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In Review: Second Nature: Scenes from a World Remade by Nathaniel Rich
As demand for chips surges, the semicondutor industry is trying to grapple with its huge carbon foot print.
A London-based mining company polluted an Indian port city for decades before a mass-shooting forced its smelter to shut down. Local activists like fatima babu are fighting to keep it closed.
A passionate group of farmers, distillers, and bartenders across the US and beyond are seeking to reduce the environmental footprint of alcoholic beverages.
So far, tree-sitters have foiled recent logging plans in Jackson Demonstration State Forest. But they are calling for long-term protections.
Can My Town Rebuild After Losing It All?
Women’s contributions to the seafood industry are often overlooked. Can small scale aquaculture change that?
Susana De Anda is on a mission to bring clean and affordable water to every Californian.
I had a ringside seat to the beginning of the fracking boom and it wasn’t pretty.
A veteran photographer and conservationist discusses the challenges of nature protection in Russia.
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