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People in California are aware that disasters like “the Big One”—a massive earthquake along the San Andreas Fault—are potentially in their future, but according to a new study, they should be preparing for something almost inconceivable—megafloods.
Methane is a potent greenhouse gas—80 times more damaging in the short term than C02. It’s emitted from oil and gas operations and agriculture but also released from decomposing waste in landfills, where according to a new study—quantities are larger than previously thought.
Old-growth forests are invaluable for their ability to trap and store CO2, clean air and water, and provide habitat. But they’re not alone in their remarkable attributes. Have you ever heard of "old-growth grasslands"?
If you buy healthy food at the grocery store, you’re doing a solid for the planet. A new study from Oxford University found that nutritious foods tend to be more sustainable and environmentally friendly than other choices.
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