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How Artificial Intelligence Can Tackle Climate Change loading...
How Artificial Intelligence Can Tackle Climate Change
The biggest challenge on the planet might benefit from machine learning to help with solutions. Here are just a few.
How To Feed The World Without Destroying The Planet loading...
How To Feed The World Without Destroying The Planet
The world’s population will hit 10 billion in 2050. A new report offers solutions for how more food can be grown sustainably.
The Sticky Problem Of Plastic Wrap loading...
The Sticky Problem Of Plastic Wrap
It may save your sandwich, but plastic wrap pollutes the planet. Is there a better solution
By 2050, Many U.S. Cities Will Have Weather Like They’ve Never Seen loading...
By 2050, Many U.S. Cities Will Have Weather Like They’ve Never Seen
New York, San Francisco, and Washington are among the 17 U.S. cities that will soon face unprecedented weather.
These Fish Eggs Aren't Hatching. The Culprit? Light Pollution. loading...
These Fish Eggs Aren't Hatching. The Culprit? Light Pollution.
When exposed to artificial light at night, charismatic clownfish try to breed—but no eggs hatch.
Seeking Relief From Dry Spells, Peru’s Capital Looks To Its Ancient Past loading...
Seeking Relief From Dry Spells, Peru’s Capital Looks To Its Ancient Past
Fixing the 1,400-year-old system of shallow canals in the Andes above Lima would make more water available during dry seasons.
How To Erase 100 Years Of Carbon Emissions? Plant Trees—Lots Of Them. loading...
How To Erase 100 Years Of Carbon Emissions? Plant Trees—Lots Of Them.
Increasing the Earth’s forests by an area the size of the United States would cut atmospheric carbon dioxide 25 per cent.
Can Methane Burps Be Bred Out Of Cows? loading...
Can Methane Burps Be Bred Out Of Cows?
A study of more than 1,000 cows throughout Europe found that the microbes in their guts responsible for methane are inherited.
We Have Too Many Fossil-Fuel Power Plants To Meet Climate Goals loading...
We Have Too Many Fossil-Fuel Power Plants To Meet Climate Goals
To keep global warming below 1.5°C, a new study finds, we’ll also have to retire a lot of old plants and factories.
Europe Has Had Five 500-Year Summers In 15 years. And Now This loading...
Europe Has Had Five 500-Year Summers In 15 years. And Now This
A continent without air conditioning struggles with 38-degree days in June—and wonders how it will cope with the hotter years ahead.
Why Carrying Your Own Fork And Spoon Helps Solve The Plastic Crisis loading...
Why Carrying Your Own Fork And Spoon Helps Solve The Plastic Crisis
We throw away billions of utensils every year, and many of them end up in the environment. The BYO cutlery movement could make a dent.
These Corals Choose To eat Plastic Over Food loading...
These Corals Choose To eat Plastic Over Food
Tiny plastic particles may also be a vehicle for microbes that sicken or even kill corals, a new study finds.

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