Today’s quick hits, Nov. 29, 2022

GMO corn push: On a visit to Mexico, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack threatened legal action over the country’s plan to ban GMO corn and other products by 2024. (USDA)

Missed infections: Climate change is causing soil-borne lung infections to appear in places where they haven’t before, resulting in delayed or incorrect diagnoses. (SciTechDaily)

Climate bellwether: The story of sea-level rise in Oyster, Virginia, is a warning to the entire East Coast. (Washington Post)

From petroleum to poop: Shell will buy Nature Energy, a company that’s building manure-to-biogas plants in the Midwest. (AgWeek)

Wolf trouble: Environmental groups said wolf populations in Montana and in Yellowstone National Park would be irreparably harmed if a temporary restraining order restricting hunting and trapping is lifted. (AP)

Air raid to heirloom: Zero Carbon Farms grows herbs and salad greens for retailers and restaurants 30 meters below London streets in a World War II air raid shelter. (Reuters)