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Controversial solar geoengineering could be exactly what the planet needs. Or it could be a colossal disaster

When US startup Make Sunsets released two weather balloons into the skies above Mexico’s Baja California peninsula last year, it kicked up a fierce debate about one of the world’s most controversial climate solutions.

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To decarbonize we must decomputerize: Why we need a Luddite revolution
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To decarbonize we must decomputerize: Why we need a Luddite revolution

Computation encircles us as a layer, dense and interconnected. If our parents and our grandparents lived with computers, we live inside them.

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'Transformative change' needed: One million species risk extinction

Planet Earth is facing an extinction crisis thanks to human consumption, according to a major new report. But it's not too late to turn things around.
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Arwa Mahdawi: Looking on the bright side of climate change, think of all the money corporations can make
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Arwa Mahdawi: Looking on the bright side of climate change, think of all the money corporations can make

A new report reveals how Apple, among others, is already exploring the business possibilities that will come from the environmental crisis.

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Looking on the bright side of climate change, think of all the money corporations can make
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Looking on the bright side of climate change, think of all the money corporations can make

A new report reveals how Apple, among others, is already exploring the business possibilities that will come from the environmental crisis.

The science stories that shook 2018

The science stories that shook 2018

Our guest scientists pick the breakthroughs and discoveries that defined their year, from insights into human evolution to our first trip aboard an asteroid.

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Deep water seagrass meadows are untapped carbon sinks
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Deep water seagrass meadows are untapped carbon sinks

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