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Millions worldwide will face unbearable temperatures
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The world is getting hotter. We must adapt to it equitably.
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The places where heat will have the greatest cost—in money and lives
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How L.A.'s urban tree canopy reveals hidden inequities
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Gold is a toxic lure in the world’s highest settlement
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How wildlife conservation in Kenya survived the pandemic
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See the fabulous fossils unearthed in a garbage dump
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And the ‘Shkreli Award’ goes to …
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This slug chops off its own head, and more curiosities
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Most new infectious diseases spill over from animals to humans
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Why does the U.S. have so many Chinatowns?
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My shark photo went viral, inspiring fakes and real awareness

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