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How green can we make air travel? And how soon?
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How electric cars will dominate global sales within 20 years
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The green travel revolution is here
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Meet the creatures of the night sea
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Black homeownership thrives in this NYC neighborhood
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Pay inequity is persistent, shameful—and widely tolerated
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Angelina Jolie embraces bees—and female beekeepers as environmental guardians
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Facial recognition for grizzlies, and more
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Starling murmurations are dazzling, ubiquitous, and puzzling
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Under the spell of the ice and cold in the Arctic
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