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Best Of Wild Animals Caught on Spy Cam | BBC Earth

From monkeys mourning a “dead baby”, to lion cubs playing and boisterous bears, our Spy Cameras have been able to capture some truly magical moments on their undercover adventures. Join us as we share some of our favourite interactions from…

Climate Protesters and World Leaders: Same Planet, Different Worlds

UNITED NATIONS — This is the world we live in: Punishing heat waves, catastrophic floods, huge fires and climate conditions so uncertain that children took to the streets en masse in global protests to demand action. But this is also…

California Is Investing $95 Million Into Clean Transportation

California has announced that it is investing $95 million into clean transportation with several goals in mind, including helping those living in disadvantaged communities get access to clean transportation

This is how happy couples argue

In his seminal novel, “Anna Karenina,” Tolstoy remarked that “Happy families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.” His observation, that it takes the avoidance of flaws to have a successful family (or an experiment),…

The Future of Wine: Very, Very Dry

MITZPE RAMON, Israel — In the Negev Desert, the sun beats down on a parched landscape of brown, undulating hills. But on a parcel of land here in southern Israel, trees grow in green rows, and fat bunches of grapes…

In a Race Against the Sun, Growers Try to Outsmart Climate Change

It was a long, hot summer, like most in the San Joaquin Valley. The pistachio trees planted in orderly rows — and the growers who nurture them — are accustomed to harsh conditions. With their deep roots and tough, gnarly…

Is the New Meat Any Better Than the Old Meat?

The Impossible Whopper sold at Burger King — with the tagline “100% Whopper, 0% beef” — looks just like a juicy beef burger. It is made of 21 ingredients, according to its website, including genetically modified soy protein concentrate, coconut…

Where’s the Waste? A ‘Circular’ Food Economy Could Combat Climate Change

A gigantic steel cylinder shines in the afternoon sun outside The Plant, a 93,500-square-foot “living food laboratory” here. To the untrained eye, it looks like a space rocket. But it’s not. It’s an anaerobic digester. Bubbly Dynamics, the organization that…

New Orleans Tesla Service Center Is Close To Ready

Tesla’s New Orleans service center may soon be here. Right now, it’s in “coming soon” mode on the Tesla website. In 2018, The Times-Picayune first reported that Tesla would opening a service center in New Orleans. Tesla is renovating an existing warehouse lot on Tchoupitoulas Street to provide space for new vehicles ready for delivery. In plans Tesla filed with the city, the center will perform maintenance and repair services for Tesla vehicles and be a delivery point for new vehicle orders. This information came from