A First Nations group in British Columbia is trying to counter the environmental and economic impact of sea-based salmon farming by starting a new kind of salmon farm — on land. But the enterprise is fraught with challenges.
A new oil pipeline from Alberta to British Columbia would cross native land and send more than six times as many tankers through crowded waterways between Vancouver and Seattle. That has people on both sides of the border vowing to fight.
You can't make beer without hops, but climate change is threatening the future of the crop in a place that grows a quarter of all the world's supply — Washington state. That's got growers and brewers there and around the world scrambling to make changes to improve the resilience and sustainability of their industry.
“In general, we’re all lazy. No one wants to get up early on a Sunday 3morning to go vote.” That's what one teenager in Argentina says, but national polls and others paint a drastically different picture.
Critics of voter ID laws in the US say the measures are intended to limit who can vote. In Argentina, the government is being criticized for trying to do the opposite. A bill currently being debated would dramatically expand voting rights.
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