If Politics Doesn’t Shape Your Beliefs About the Climate Crisis, What Does?

This story was originally published by Grist and appears here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration.
Unless you’ve lost your home to a super-charged hurricane, evacuated from wildfire country, or survived some other kind of climate disaster, it’s not too hard to live as if we weren’t in the middle of a planetary crisis. Sure, scientists keep issuing dire warnings, but you can tune them out by switching the TV channel or leaving that depressing book on the shelf.

The paradox of how routines can help us be more productive and creative

Former US president Barack Obama famously had a wardrobe full of identical suits. As a world leader, life presents more than enough big decisions – Obama’s reasoning was that it made sense to minimise the complexity of the small decisions. Artists are often thought of as rather different. Francis Bacon, for example, had a tempestuous personal life, a notoriously chaotic studio, and a penchant for late nights at London’s seedier drinking clubs.

Common Mediation Misconceptions

The word mediation is commonly misunderstood in the legal world. The biggest misconception is that mediation offers you a form of therapy, when, in reality, this isn’t true. Like this, there are many other ways people misinterpret the meaning of mediation and this article will show the most common misunderstandings that some have with it. Mediation might not help you build your relationship back, but it can help you come to the best conclusion, where all parties involved will be able to find peace with the situation, so you can all move forward in a positive manner.

Exclusive: Canada set to postpone Huawei 5G decision to after vote, given sour ties with China – sources

OTTAWA (Reuters) – Canada is likely to postpone a decision on whether to allow China’s Huawei Technologies Co Ltd to supply 5G network equipment until after the October federal election, given increasingly strained relations with Beijing, say three well-placed s.

Favor Slashes Payout in Roundup Lawsuit, Nevertheless Calls Monsanto’s Habits ‘Reprehensible’ – Gizmodo

Roundup on sale in San Francisco, 2019.Photo: Haven Daley ( (AP)A federal clutch in one among the complaints between pharmaceutical huge AG Bayer, which sold agrochemical huge Monsanto in 2018, and plaintiffs who claim its Roundup herbicide triggered their most cancers has slashed an $80 million payout, Reuters reported on Monday.Per Reuters, U.S.


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