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The Pandemic Might Have Redesigned Cities Forever
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The Pandemic Might Have Redesigned Cities Forever

Changes small and large—parklets, outdoor restaurants, bike lanes—could remake our relationship to cities (and help fix climate change).
Asia in 2022: China’s reopening after Omicron, elections in the Philippines, inflation and climate change
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Asia in 2022: China’s reopening after Omicron, elections in the Philippines, inflation and climate change

What does 2022 hold in store for Asia? Seven commentators give their take on everything from the ongoing great power rivalry between the United States and China, to climate concerns, inflation worries and, inevitably, the pandemic.

5 environmental victories from 2021 that offer hope

5 environmental victories from 2021 that offer hope

In a year of seemingly continuous bad news, there are many reasons to be hopeful about the environment.

The year in water, 2020
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The year in water, 2020

Like the pandemic, water crises stem from environmental neglect and failures of leadership, and the repercussions of both are becoming more apparent every year. 2020 was no different.

The rare environmental victories of 2018
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The rare environmental victories of 2018

Let's face it: 2018 sucked. But before we pop our champagne and wish for a year of fewer environmental failures and heartbreaking studies, hold onto the strides we made this year.

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