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 other land...
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Urban Growth May Not Happen As Imagined
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.
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Historians and anyone with half an eye on the past know that the world changed when abundant coal made industrial energy cheap, then natural gas for lighting, and again when oil replaced coal as the primary energy for...