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Why saving lemurs will save this country's rainforests
The bugs that can save the bees
Robotic plants could be coming to your garden
Space lasers could help count the carbon for the trees
Are you ready for a 35-year drought?
The link between dying wildlife, slavery and terrorism
Why saving lemurs will save this country’s rainforests
Why saving lemurs will save this country's rainforests

As lemur populations drop, the importance of their droppings to Madagascar’s rainforest health rises.

The bugs that can save the bees
The bugs that can save the bees

A university student has discovered a virus that searches out and destroys bacteria ravaging honey bee hives.

Robotic plants could be coming to your garden
Robotic plants could be coming to your garden

Scientists are developing technology mimicking intricate root systems to monitor pollution and improve food safety.

Space lasers could help count the carbon for the trees
Space lasers could help count the carbon for the trees

New technology is being developed to map the world’s forests, giving policymakers a better idea of how much carbon they really hold.

Are you ready for a 35-year drought?
Are you ready for a 35-year drought?

Scientists predict up to a 50 percent chance of a mega-drought in the American West this century—and it’s almost certain we’ll be hit with a decade-long dry spell.

The link between dying wildlife, slavery and terrorism
The link between dying wildlife, slavery and terrorism

A new report says poaching is financing terrorist groups, while disappearing fish stocks are spurring violent crime.

New biopesticide offers hope for honey bees
New biopesticide offers hope for honey bees

Could venom from an Australian funnel web spider be the key to solving Colony Collapse Disorder?

Tapping the sun to put more food on Africa’s table
Tapping the sun to put more food on Africa’s table

Almost half of crops can spoil after harvest, but one company is developing solar thermal technology to keep them cold before going to market.

Underground carbon store is a greenhouse gas bomb
Underground carbon store is a greenhouse gas bomb

Disturbing ancient soils deep beneath Midwestern lands could release huge amounts of carbon, a study shows.

Ready to charge your EV when driving?
Ready to charge your EV when driving?

Electric roads emerging in South Korea and Sweden could bring a whole new meaning to sustainable infrastructure.


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