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Forests are vulnerable because of deforestation and climate change. One way to help forests is by hunting sustainably, as Indigenous hunters do. Indigenous hunters see animals and humans as crucial to nature. Others should take notes from Indigenous cultures and practice preservation instead of poaching. Hunting controls animal populations and keeps ecosystems balanced. Those interested in sustainability could start hunting for their food after researching the hunting laws in their area. Dig deeper → 3 min
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If you want to decarbonize the economy, carbon offsets don't work. Here's why.

Despite doubling in price the last 18 months, carbon offset prices are cheap (relative to the cost of reducing emissions). Carbon offsets should and will be much more expensive. For now, because they're so cheap, carbon credits act more like a marketing tool than a social good.

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The scoop: Supply chains must respond to increasing demand for climate action. Key talking points: People can see the potential effects of climate change in places like the Rhine River in Europe and Texas with its winter energy crisis.Rising ocean temperatures are pushing lobsters north and making it harder for these creatures to reproduce, harming the seafood industry in the Northeast.In response to consumers and investors, automakers are transitioning to electric vehicles, even for the most popular models.The effects will worsen if governments and the private sector don’t act quickly. Droughts, wildfires, hurricanes, and other storms will get stronger and cause further damage to industries, the environment, and the supply chain. Dig deeper → 5 min
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Big picture: Ford has announced a $50 billion investment in EVs as these vehicles become more popular. Ford is trying to chase Tesla’s business model with lower overhead costs and higher profits.Ford will keep the Mustang’s ICE, but a hybrid or electric model could come by the decade’s end.ICE cars are here for now, but bodies like the EU are trying to phase them out.Sports car manufacturers are also making the transition to EVs. In reality: ICE cars are far more prevalent than EVs, but manufacturers feel pressure from investors to shift to EVs because of profits and climate change. The world has shifted gears toward greener initiatives in the past few years. People and companies have started to take climate change seriously as its effects start to show. Consumers want more sustainability, and one sector moving forward with greener products is the automotive industry. Manufacturers’ green goals, such as Ford’s investment in EVs, have made many people wonder what’s next for internal combustion engine (ICE) cars. Dig deeper → 3 min
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Forests are vulnerable because of deforestation and climate change. One way to help forests is by hunting sustainably, as Indigenous hunters do. Indigenous hunters see animals and humans as crucial to nature. Others should take notes from Indigenous cultures and practice preservation instead of poaching. Hunting controls animal populations and keeps ecosystems balanced. Those interested in sustainability could start hunting for their food after researching the hunting laws in their area. Dig deeper → 3 min

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