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Mining landfills for metals and energy
An interview with Kim Stanley Robinson: Climate change, science fiction, and our collective failure of imagination
Diego Arguedas Ortiz
Darwinian theory is based on the idea that heredity flows vertically, parent to offspring, and that life’s history has branched like a tree. Now we know otherwise: that the ‘tree' of life isn’t that simple.
This has implications for a number of conservation initiatives from reintroductions to ecotourism.
Here’s a coal retirement plan that doesn’t rely on uninvented technology or science-challenged leaders.
The word “anthropocene” has become the closest thing there is to common shorthand for this turbulent, momentous, unpredictable, hopeless, hopeful time—duration and scope still unknown
Yeast-derived “animal products” may soon be part of an environmentally balanced diet
Any climate plan that doesn’t consider this question is bound to fail.
The story of energy use, economic growth, and carbon emissions in four charts.