Anthropocene Inventions For Good
It works in tadpoles. Could it work in humans?
Light, strong and renewable, wood may change how tall buildings are built
Made from milk protein, it not only keeps food from spoiling, but it also could keep a lot of plastic out of landfills
A novel and slightly gross study aims to fill in gaps in our understanding of Americans' food waste
The multibillion-dollar effort to plant a 4,000-mile-long wall of trees hit some snags along the way, but there's still hope
Changes as basic as adding a colorful streamer to commercial longline fishing boats could save thousands of seabirds a year
These new urban forests let you pick your own produce. But will the concept take root?
A Massachusetts-based startup is prepping for your basic apocalyptic scenario
The unique mix of microbes in soil has a profound effect on which plants thrive and which ones die
Across the world, communities are reviving old ways of saving or storing water—with promising results
For One Day Only, Visit the Farm and Cryogenics Laboratory Trying to Save Endangered Livestock Breeds
Enjoy a farm tour, cryogenics demonstration and a heritage-breed beef burger at Newport, Rhode Island's Swiss Village Farm
New research shows attaching LED lights to fishing nets can keep turtles from becoming accidentally entangled
Japanese scientists discovered a microbe that digests one of the most common plastics
The humble wood stove is getting a high-tech makeover, and may be going green
A living breakwater could prevent future flooding while cleaning polluted waters
But will the Great Garuda project be enough to save a sinking city?
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