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Curbside recycling is a surprisingly good climate investment

Many towns and cities in the U.S. have halted or scaled back their curbside recycling programs in an effort to reduce costs. But this is a misguided approach when it comes to fighting climate change, according to a new study.

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By 2100, farm numbers will halve and farm size will double

This world in which fewer large farms replace numerous smaller ones carries rewards and risks for humans and the food systems that us," a new study says.
Aging infrastructure may create higher flood risk in L.A., study finds

Aging infrastructure may create higher flood risk in L.A., study finds

Between 197,000 and 874,000 city residents could experience a foot of flooding during an extreme storm, scientists found. Most of them don’t live in beachfront mansions.
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That mushroom motorcycle jacket will never go out of style

Leather goods made of fungi are versatile and sustainable, a new study finds.
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Fairer world may mean more modest dreams

To achieve a fairer world, humans must think again about how they manage the only planet at their disposal.

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Growing populations, climate change leave cities on a fast track to water deficits

Growing populations, climate change leave cities on a fast track to water deficits

By 2050 many of the world's major cities will face surface water shortages, spurring regional conflict and competition for scarce resources

More than a hundred cities—containing millions of people—will have water demands outstripping surface water supplies by 2050, according to a new analysis of climate change impacts on water.

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