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Our team of science writers pore through stacks of the latest climate and sustainability science and bring you a hand-picked selection of the most compelling research from around the world, a compendium found nowhere else.

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Dwindling biodiversity might make you sick.

In a sweeping new global analysis, scientists set out to find which environmental factors most increased or decreased infections. One clear answer: biodiversity loss.

Dwindling biodiversity might make you sick.
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