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Vertical Farming Grows Up

Moving farms indoors, also called Controlled Environment Agriculture (CEA), may be the best way to protect the outdoors—and ourselves.

Who’s Curating the Show?

The art market highlights the problems with a decentralized world. It may ultimately mean that there is no one entity that dominates the scene, but principles of trust and community will result in awesome art...

Is it Ethical to Patent Emerging Climate Tech?

The U.S. is fast-tracking patent applications for climate tech. Is this a good move?

Biden Admin Expands Access to the Latest Scientific Findings

For the first time, the White House tells scientific publishers to take down the paywalls around federally funded research.

The Kyiv Tech Summit: Hacking for Ukraine

The hackathon will engage the blockchain community and others. Programmers, designers, and innovators aim to build tech to "make wartime life easier."

Climate Change Has Already Aggravated 58% of Infectious Diseases

Global warming has, in certain instances, amped up some of the world’s most deadly diseases.

How a System-of-Systems Approach Can Help Fight Climate Change

If we are going to successfully transition to a low-carbon economy, organizations need to collaborate with a common purpose and in new ways across systems.

Global Push for Hydrogen Sidesteps Knowledge Gaps on Climate Impacts

Recent studies reveal the considerable global warming potential of a fuel that many fossils see as their industry’s best hope for a second life.

Climate Change Requires System Solutions

Recycling plastic water bottles won’t save us, “system thinking” will according to the Carbon Almanac’s Seth Godin.

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