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Do you have to be an optimist to work toward a better world?

For professionals in fields such as suicide prevention and climate science, the future can seem bleak. But sometimes action is the most effective form of optimism.
2020 was the year climate podcasts went mainstream. Here are our favorites
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2020 was the year climate podcasts went mainstream. Here are our favorites

These five new shows about climate solutions and activists gave us something to feel good about this year.
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For many climate change finally hits home

2020 has been a year of nonstop crises. For a while there, it was almost possible to forget an ongoing crisis that used to have our attention: climate change. But Nature found a way to remind us.

Ocean justice: Where social equity and the climate fight intersect
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Ocean justice: Where social equity and the climate fight intersect

Marine biologist Ayana Elizabeth Johnson sees her work on ocean conservation as linked to issues of social justice and climate.

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