A scientist explains if the extreme weather patterns across the globe are a sign of the tipping point in climate change. Then, an investigative series by the nonprofit newsroom Civil Eats examines why federal workplace safety protections omit workers on small farms.
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Contemplating climate collapse
As extreme weather becomes more common, it’s becoming harder to deny the effects of climate change. We talk with a climate researcher about how close we are to climate collapse and what it means for life on Earth.
Congress likely to preserve loophole endangering agriculture workers
Congress is likely to reapprove an OSHA policy that leaves the vast majority of animal agriculture workers without oversight or protection. A reporter for Civil Eats shares insights from their award-winning investigation into the ill-supervised industry.
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