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Studying old texts using modern climate lenses

What characterises the ecocritical approach is the environmental interest – whether the texts have ecological relevance in any way, either for us today or for people in the past. Here are the editors behind the new book, Michael Schulte (left) and Reinhard Hennig. Credit: Walter Wehus/UiA In Norse mythology, Ragnarok signifies the end of the

After studying more than 1,500 coastal ecosystems, researchers say they will drown if we let the world warm above 2C

Credit: Simon Albert Much of the world’s natural coastline is protected by living habitats, most notably mangroves in warmer waters and tidal marshes closer to the poles. These ecosystems support fisheries and wildlife, absorb the impact of crashing waves and clean up pollutants. But these vital services are threatened by global warming and rising sea

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