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A Reuse Renaissance Continues to Reshape Mexico City

A Reuse Renaissance Continues to Reshape Mexico City

A balcony at Círculo Mexicano Courtesy Gabriel Monroy The practice of converting aging buildings for different, more timely functions isn’t new in Mexico...

Eco Anxiety – The New Normal?  

Eco Anxiety – The New Normal? By Sharon Michelle, MSc Psychology When I was about 8 years old I ran all the way home from the...
Harnessing Rice Fields to Resurrect California’s Endangered Salmon

Harnessing Rice Fields to Resurrect California’s Endangered Salmon

Jacob Katz, director of Central Valley operations for the conservation nonprofit California Trout, looks out on the Sacramento River, near the Rough and...
Vincent Callebaut proposes a green, food-producing footbridge for Paris

Vincent Callebaut proposes a green, food-producing footbridge for Paris

Vincent Callebaut Architectures has unveiled fantastical designs for the Green Line, a futuristic “inhabited footbridge” in Paris that would run on renewable energy,...
Global heating could stabilize if countries go net-zero emissions, scientists say

Global heating could stabilize if countries go net-zero emissions, scientists say

This story was originally published by The Guardian and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. The world may be...
The Surprising Ways America Can Hit Net-Zero Emissions by 2050

The Surprising Ways America Can Hit Net-Zero Emissions by 2050

Even without reading the report, you can probably guess some of the key points: More renewables. More transmission. Electrify transportation. Carbon capture and...
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