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Living on Earth: Beyond the Headlines

Peter Dykstra joins Host Steve Curwood to talk about G20 nations providing more than $3 trillion in subsidies for fossil fuels despite their pledges to reduce emissions under the Paris Accord. Then, the two turn to the Great Salt Lake, which is becoming an environmental hazard as it continues to dry up. Finally, the two look at the 100th anniversary of the first crop dusting by airplanes and the birth of Delta Airlines.

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Earth's 'vital signs' worsening due to climate change, scientists warn against human acts

A group of scientists said that the global economic-centric approach towards climate change has seen Earth's "vital signs" deteriorate to record levels.

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Living on Earth: Beyond the Headlines

Maine becomes the first U.S. state to pass a law requiring manufacturers rather than taxpayers to cover the costs of recycling. And for the history segment, hosts go back to 1931.

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Living on Earth: Beyond the Headlines

Allergies in our warming world are nothing to sneeze at, Peter Dykstra of Environmental Health News tells Host Steve Curwood in this week's Beyond the Headlines segment. Also, a glimmer of justice for slain indigenous environmentalist Berta Cáceres, and in the history calendar, a look back almost 200 years to a landmark animal cruelty law in Britain.

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Toxics

Living on Earth: Beyond the Headlines

Peter Dykstra joins host Bobby Bascomb to talk about the resurgence of humpbacks in Australian waters. Then, a look at a Sri Lankan beach covered in 2 feet of plastic pellets called nurdles. Finally, the pair check the history books for a story where a nuclear power plant was converted into a massive park and solar-generating station.

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Global warming driving oxygen losses in Earth's freshwater lakes

As Earth's climate continues to warm, oxygen supplies in freshwater lakes across the planet are steadily dwindling.
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Living on Earth: Beyond the Headlines

This week looking beyond the headlines, Host Steve Curwood and Environmental Health News editor Peter Dykstra discuss wintertime "zombie fires" in the Arctic and a new study showing elevated levels of PFAS chemicals in American mothers' breast milk.

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Living on Earth: Beyond the Headlines

Bobby Bascomb and EHN's Peter Dykstra discuss a successful attempt to raise an endangered starfish in captivity. Then, the two look at Canada's choice to officially declare all plastics as toxic. Finally, looking back on a massive waterway project to the Gulf of Mexico that never paid off.

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An unbroken record of climate during the age of dinosaurs

A scientific drilling project in China has retrieved a continuous history of conditions from Earth’s most recent “greenhouse” period that may offer insights about future climate scenarios.
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Joseph Chamie: Climate change requires population stabilization for America

America deciding to gradually move to population stabilization can provide an exemplary model for other countries to consider in their national attempts to address climate change.
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Living on Earth: Beyond the Headlines

Peter Dykstra and Living on Earth Host Steve Curwood discuss how wildlife bridges over busy highways are keeping reindeer and other migrating species safe. They then touch on the problem of discarded masks and other PPE plastics polluting the planet during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Living on Earth: Biden, LOE and Dykstra

Peter Dykstra and Steve Curwood discuss President Biden's address to Congress, and Curwood's 30 years of hosting Living on Earth.

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Opinion: Women of Bears Ears are asking you to help save it

Will sacred lands protected by President Obama be protected once again?
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Climate change has altered the Earth's tilt

Earth's poles are moving - and that's normal. But new research suggests that within just decades, climate change and human water use have given the poles' wandering an additional nudge.

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Bayer to replace glyphosate from US lawn products by 2023

'Roundup' manufacturer also sets aside $4.5B for glyphosate-related lawsuits.

Record levels of harmful particles found in Great Lakes fish

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Fractured: The body burden of living near fracking

EHN.org scientific investigation finds western Pennsylvania families near fracking are exposed to harmful chemicals, and regulations fail to protect communities' mental, physical, and social health.

Breast cancer: Hundreds of chemicals identified as potential risk factors

Researchers find nearly 300 chemicals linked to breast cancer-contributing hormones in everyday products, and call for a renewed focus on women's exposure risks.

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