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May 1, 2015
Hacking Our Diet
The American way of eating is bad for our health—and the planet’s. But as
judge Tom Colicchio and some of the country’s best food writers explain in a special report for NRDC’s
magazine, change is on the menu, driven by innovations in how we produce, package, ship, and store our food. Even Silicon Valley is getting in the game. Diet disruption has arrived—this time for the better.
Pope Francis Will Make the Case for Climate Action. Do Deniers Have a Prayer?
If a Tree Is Blooming Big, It Might Be About to Bust.
Can Putting Blue Lights on Airplanes Help Birds Dodge a Speeding Bullet?
THE DEANS LIST
An Earthquake Now Shakes Oklahoma Every 10 Hours—and Fracking’s to Blame.
Plants Can Hear, See, and Smell—and Learning How Could Help Us Reduce Pesticides.
Three Reasons New Flood Protection Standards Are a Good Idea
– Peter Lehner –
Director, Canada Project
The Tar Sands Invasion That Can Be Stopped
Tyson Will Stop Giving Chickens Antibiotics. Could This Be the New Normal?
New York Times
New York City’s Environment Program Will Focus on Income Inequality
The New Republic
Who’s Really to Blame for the California Drought?
Los Angeles Times
Tesla Plugs into New Markets with Batteries for Electricity Storage
Save elephants from extinction! Tell President Obama to shut down the U.S. ivory trade.
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