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How climate change is altering air travel nbsp; Feature How climate change is altering air travel  
How fumes from farms are harming our health — and what we can do about it nbsp; Feature How fumes from farms are harming our health — and what we can do about it  
Humans need to learn to co-exist with wildfires. Here’s how we can do it. nbsp; Feature Humans need to learn to co-exist with wildfires. Here’s how we can do it.  
Ozone pollution remains a problem around the world. But solutions exist. nbsp; Feature Ozone pollution remains a problem around the world. But solutions exist.  
Here come the megacities nbsp; Feature Here come the megacities  
Disasters are destroying places we hold dear. What we do next will make all the difference. nbsp; Feature Disasters are destroying places we hold dear. What we do next will make all the difference.  
From identifying plant pests to picking fruit, AI is reinventing how farmers produce your food nbsp; Feature From identifying plant pests to picking fruit, AI is reinventing how farmers produce your food  
Has the time finally come for offshore wind energy on the Great Lakes? nbsp; Feature Has the time finally come for offshore wind energy on the Great Lakes?  
Seeking answers on climate change, scientists venture into the vaults of the past nbsp; Feature Seeking answers on climate change, scientists venture into the vaults of the past  
Why farmers are using glyphosate to kill their crops — and what it might mean for you nbsp; Feature Why farmers are using glyphosate to kill their crops — and what it might mean for you  
As emerging diseases spread from wildlife to humans, can we predict the next big pandemic? nbsp; Feature As emerging diseases spread from wildlife to humans, can we predict the next big pandemic?  
These Montana ranchers are helping grizzlies, wolves and cattle coexist nbsp; Feature These Montana ranchers are helping grizzlies, wolves and cattle coexist  
Most Americans drink fluoridated water. Is that a good thing? nbsp; Feature Most Americans drink fluoridated water. Is that a good thing?  
As hundreds of golf courses close, nature gets a chance to make a comeback nbsp; Feature As hundreds of golf courses close, nature gets a chance to make a comeback  
We’re pouring millions of tons of salt on roads each winter. Here’s why that’s a problem. nbsp; Feature We’re pouring millions of tons of salt on roads each winter. Here’s why that’s a problem.  
Deep in the jungle, scientists explore the links between the Congo and climate change nbsp; Feature Deep in the jungle, scientists explore the links between the Congo and climate change  
With storms intensifying and oceans on the rise, Boston weighs strategies for staying dry nbsp; Feature With storms intensifying and oceans on the rise, Boston weighs strategies for staying dry  
The surprising way artificial sweeteners are being used to detect water pollution nbsp; Feature The surprising way artificial sweeteners are being used to detect water pollution  
South Australia goes all out on renewables despite federal focus on coal nbsp; Feature South Australia goes all out on renewables despite federal focus on coal  
These dogs live to work — and threatened animals live because they do nbsp; Feature These dogs live to work — and threatened animals live because they do  
Why protect 600,000 square miles that most people will never see? nbsp; Feature Why protect 600,000 square miles that most people will never see?  
After 350 million piñons die, scientists fear for this forest’s future nbsp; Feature After 350 million piñons die, scientists fear for this forest’s future  
What does the environment have to do with autism? nbsp; Feature What does the environment have to do with autism?  
Will America’s trillion-dollar investment in new infrastructure withstand tomorrow’s disasters? nbsp; Feature Will America’s trillion-dollar investment in new infrastructure withstand tomorrow’s disasters?  
Are hazardous vapors seeping into your home? nbsp; Feature Are hazardous vapors seeping into your home?  
Making it easier and safer for informants to turn in wildlife criminals nbsp; Feature Making it easier and safer for informants to turn in wildlife criminals  
Can business save the world from climate change? nbsp; Feature Can business save the world from climate change?  
Here’s what Indonesia is doing about its deadly haze from forest and peatland fires nbsp; Feature Here’s what Indonesia is doing about its deadly haze from forest and peatland fires  
Germany’s transition from coal to renewable energy offers lessons for the rest of the world nbsp; Feature Germany’s transition from coal to renewable energy offers lessons for the rest of the world  
Undiscovered peatlands might be the most important thing you learn about today. Here’s why. nbsp; Feature Undiscovered peatlands might be the most important thing you learn about today. Here’s why.  
To avoid climate catastrophe, we’ll need to remove CO2 from the air. Here’s how. nbsp; Feature To avoid climate catastrophe, we’ll need to remove CO2 from the air. Here’s how.  
Seven regions poised to feel climate change pain — and what they’re doing about it nbsp; Feature Seven regions poised to feel climate change pain — and what they’re doing about it  
How some African farmers are responding to climate change — and what we can learn from them nbsp; Feature How some African farmers are responding to climate change — and what we can learn from them  
We can no longer outrun antibiotic resistance. So, here’s what we need to do instead. nbsp; Feature We can no longer outrun antibiotic resistance. So, here’s what we need to do instead.  
Don’t like how your government tracks air pollution? Do it yourself. nbsp; Feature Don’t like how your government tracks air pollution? Do it yourself.  
Transgenic fish are ready for us. Are we ready for them? nbsp; Feature Transgenic fish are ready for us. Are we ready for them?  
In the depths of the oceans, human activities are beginning to take their toll nbsp; Feature In the depths of the oceans, human activities are beginning to take their toll  
Scientists scramble to understand the invisible creatures around us before it’s too late nbsp; Feature Scientists scramble to understand the invisible creatures around us before it’s too late  
How grizzlies, monarchs and even fish can benefit from U.S. highways nbsp; Feature How grizzlies, monarchs and even fish can benefit from U.S. highways  
On the thawing tundra, researchers race to understand black carbon’s climate impact nbsp; Feature On the thawing tundra, researchers race to understand black carbon’s climate impact  
How California’s greenhouse gas laws can better serve disadvantaged communities nbsp; Feature How California’s greenhouse gas laws can better serve disadvantaged communities  
Fungal diseases are on the rise. Is environmental change to blame? nbsp; Feature Fungal diseases are on the rise. Is environmental change to blame?  
Is the United States ready for offshore aquaculture? nbsp; Feature Is the United States ready for offshore aquaculture?  
How a new way of thinking about soil sparked a national movement in agriculture nbsp; Feature How a new way of thinking about soil sparked a national movement in agriculture  
In the fishing industry, gear recycling is finally catching on nbsp; Feature In the fishing industry, gear recycling is finally catching on  
How new technologies are shrinking wastewater’s hefty carbon footprint nbsp; Feature How new technologies are shrinking wastewater’s hefty carbon footprint  
What rural Alaska can teach the world about renewable energy nbsp; Feature What rural Alaska can teach the world about renewable energy  
The growing wild plant and animal trade holds both promise and peril nbsp; Feature The growing wild plant and animal trade holds both promise and peril  
Look who’s helping your clothes make the transition to a warmer world nbsp; Feature Look who’s helping your clothes make the transition to a warmer world  
Companies from Chanel to Ben and Jerry’s are benefiting from the new “carbon insetting” trend nbsp; Feature Companies from Chanel to Ben and Jerry’s are benefiting from the new “carbon insetting” trend  
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