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Slowing biodiversity loss is more than a desire, it is an imperative if we are to feed everyone well. The problem is that the ideas to slow extinction rates often involve a compromise with food production and...

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If the trend of the last 100 years continues, by 2050, three, out of four people will live in urban areas. This urban growth might not be a good thing.

Daydreamers die of thirst | how our evolutionary past shapes our discounting of the future

Imagine for a moment that you are in the mind and physically fit body of your ancestor somewhere on the African savanna 70,000 years ago. What happens next?

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