Thomas Fuller
Even on a gray winter’s day, the Eiffel Tower stands out from the balcony of the new Îlot Saint-Germain public housing development in the Seventh arrondissement. The apartment’s resident, Marine Vallery-Radot, is among hundreds of thousands of Parisians living in public housing.Credit...Alex Cretey-Systermans for The New York Times

Mar. 17, 2024

One quarter of residents in the French capital now live in government-owned housing, part of an aggressive effort to keep lower-income Parisians — and their businesses — in the city.

Thomas Fuller, a former European Union and Paris correspondent, returned to the French capital to interview public housing tenants and officials from Paris City Hall.

Robert Hunziker
Image by Annie Spratt.

Mar. 15,2024

Facing recently conducted an interview about spooky new developments in Greenland. The ice sheet is cascading/gushing at unheard of rates never dreamed possible at this stage of global warming, or at any stage for that matter.

Gitanyow Hereditary Chiefs
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Mar. 14, 2024


Gitanyow Lax’yip, March 14, 2024: Premier Eby’s push for the expansion of LNG development directly contradicts his promises on climate action, exacerbating the very crisis he claims to combat. The Gitanyow Hereditary Chiefs (GHC) condemn the Premier’s hypocrisy and dismissal of their plea to assess the impacts of the Ksi Lisims LNG project thoroughly.

Gavin McGarrigle, Scott Lunny and Kelly Johnson
Halting the export of raw logs and adding value-added manufacturing in BC is one step to preserving jobs and strengthening communities. Photo by David Stanley via Flickr, Creative Commons licensed.

Mar. 11, 2024

After years of decline, it’s time for a united effort to help workers and communities.

Nick King

Mitigate Crises Now--Future Societies Might Be Less Capable

Mar. 11, 2024

Background to ‘Pre-Polycrisis’ Hazard Mitigation

Angela Giuffrida
Crickets: The market for edible insects in Europe is forecast to reach €2.7bn (£2.3bn) by 2030. Photograph: Gary Calton/The Guardian

Jan. 31, 2024

Italy gives go-ahead to insect flour for human use

Nutrinsect defies Italian food purists with cricket flour that can be incorporated into range of foods

A company that produces flour made from crickets has become the first in Italy to be given the green light to sell food made from insects for human consumption, defying Italian food purists and even a government attempt to curb its use.

John Vaillant
David Erickson/Associated Pressb - Texas fire

Mar. 2, 2024

Mr. Vaillant is the author, most recently, of “Fire Weather: A True Story From a Hotter World.”

On Thursday, as flames from the Smokehouse Creek fire raced eastward across the Texas Panhandle for the fourth straight day at speeds faster than a person can run, a cold front, driving a snow squall, swept southward over the Great Plains. In an elemental collision, the fire and snow met east of Amarillo, the swirling flakes joining and then melting into the smoke and ash of the colossal prairie fire.

The Early Edition - CBC
wild salmon

Mar. 1, 2024

Bob Chamberlin of the First Nation Wild Salmon Alliance says bureaucrats with the Department of Fisheries and Oceans are undermining the transition away from open-net pen fish farms.

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