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Twilight Greenaway
Writing about people, power, & nature — mostly through the lens of food & farming. Contributing editor . Fan of democracy, complexity, & big questions
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Mike Hudema 6h
MASSIVE! Thousands out in . 1623 places, 119 countries, & counting! Young people standing up to demand we act on the climate crisis. The house is on fire, act like it. .
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Twilight Greenaway 3h
"The paper focuses on the emissions produced per industry in each economy but does not take into account other environmental advantages of reducing working hours, from less commuting to fewer goods produced and resources used."
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Twilight Greenaway 3h
Replying to @sarah_k_mock
I grew up in a rural place and spend a lot of time thinking about returning. I've also been visiting/writing about rural issues for the last few years — partially as a way to decide.
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Naomi Starkman May 23
Very pleased to co-produce this important reporting with & . Story by .
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Civil Eats May 23
"It’s important that the descendants of those who were enslaved receive some acknowledgement—that we say, ‘these are the harms that have been done.’”
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Twilight Greenaway May 23
did a story about this very topic:
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6 DEAD CHILDREN IS 6 TOO MANY. May 22
🚨This is a national emergency. A SIXTH CHILD HAS DIED IN custody. 🚨 They are responsible for this. Their lives are in their hands. An investigation into the medical treatment of migrant children needs to be started NOW.
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Twilight Greenaway May 22
Replying to @writerfarmer
It's like visiting a dear old friend, only that friend is now an android with really expensive shoes.
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Lisa Song May 22
This is the hardest story I’ve ever done. My first international reporting trip, my first time working with a translator (reporter/WhatsApp whisperer ) really complex science. And a tough but necessary truth about forest carbon offsets.
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Twilight Greenaway May 22
Glad to see this (admittedly fairly small) effort taking place in my home state. Native trees = a crucial investment.
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Twilight Greenaway May 21
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Kim Severson May 21
with a side of fries. Big lawsuit gets filed today.
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Bettina Elias Siegel May 21
A very good, nuanced piece on lunch-shaming, exploring the problem from all sides. Thx for the opportunity to comment, ! Coincidentally, I have a post on lunch shaming today, too - why & how I wish we could better channel the public's outrage
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Twilight Greenaway May 21
I spent some time in/near several unincorporated communities in the Central Valley last week and this problem is very real.
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Civil Eats May 21
What will it take to end school lunch shaming?
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David Sirota May 19
Great: A billionaire helping pay off some students' college debts Not Great: The same billionaire opposing legislation that closes a special Wall Street tax loophole and could use the money to help make college debt free for all students
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Tom Philpott May 20
Are these *really* the only four witnesses at tomorrow's Senate Climate Change and the Agriculture Sector hearing?
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Twilight Greenaway May 20
Replying to @Sarah_Smarsh @politico
Way to bridge that divide!
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Lisa M. Hamilton May 20
Replying to @HamiltonLisaM
And in Punjab: Veerpal Kaur a woman farmer orphaned and widow by suicide, runs for office in the name of farmers' rights. “My fight is bigger than just an election. ... Maybe I can give hope to others – that ‘If she can fight, we can too’.”
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Eric Holthaus May 17
270 → 280 ppm: ~5000 yrs 280 → 290: ~100 290 → 300: ~40 300 → 310: ~30 310 → 320: ~23 320 → 330: 12 330 → 340: 8 340 → 350: 6 350 → 360: 7 360 → 370: 6 370 → 380: 5 380 → 390: 5 390 → 400: 5 400 → 410: 4 410 → 415.7: 2 We are in a climate emergency.
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