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The hurricane and the saildrone

Understanding the secrets of a warming ocean means steering straight into the biggest hurricanes. Enter the saildrone.
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Has the Amazon reached its ‘tipping point’?
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Has the Amazon reached its ‘tipping point’?

Some Brazilian scientists fear that the Amazon may become a grassy savanna — with profound effects on the climate worldwide.
Lessons for the next resistance

Lessons for the next resistance

Veterans of the EPA knew it would face unprecedented attacks under Donald Trump. We banded together and did something about it.
Where does all the cardboard come from? I had to know
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Where does all the cardboard come from? I had to know

Entire forests and enormous factories running 24/7 can barely keep up with demand. This is how the cardboard economy works.
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Matthew Thompson: In an age of constant disaster, what does it mean to rebuild?

Each catastrophe is a test of what kind of society we’ve built. And each recovery offers a chance, however fleeting, to build another.
What hurricanes taught Puerto Rico about feeding itself

What hurricanes taught Puerto Rico about feeding itself

After years of destructive weather that have disrupted Puerto Rico’s food supplies, new visions of local agriculture are taking root.
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Beyond catastrophe: A new climate reality is coming into view

There's plenty of bad news. But thanks to real progress, we're headed toward a less apocalyptic future.
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