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Robinson Meyer, The Atlantic
Wildfires, climate change, and DIY-happy Millennials have all contributed to the commodity’s price surge.
Rachel Treisman, NPR
The digital food magazine announced the change on Monday, citing the carbon footprint of cattle and a desire to help home cooks become more environmentally friendly.
Brady Dennis, The Washington Post
Such reductions could have a crucial impact in the global effort to limit warming below 2 degrees Celsius (3.6 Fahrenheit) compared to preindustrial levels — a central aim of the Paris climate accord.
David Roberts, Vox
Policy, not aspirations, will determine Biden’s legacy on climate change.