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>"How did the planet replace the nation-state to become the prime political object of the 21st century?"
>"How did the planet replace the nation-state to become the prime political object of the 21st century?"
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>"Evolution is extraordinarily creative in the wake of a cataclysm. How does life keep steadily ticking over in between?"
>"Evolution is extraordinarily creative in the wake of a cataclysm. How does life keep steadily ticking over in between?"
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>"Eco-socialism, not capitalism, can achieve meaningful action on global warming and biodiversity loss while also providing for everyone's needs."
>"Eco-socialism, not capitalism, can achieve meaningful action on global warming and biodiversity loss while also providing for everyone's needs."
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>"The most protected place on Earth has become one of the most threatened – and threatening. Can its problems be solved?"
>"The most protected place on Earth has become one of the most threatened – and threatening. Can its problems be solved?"
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>"The election spotlights the risks faced by climate-skeptic politicians."
>"The election spotlights the risks faced by climate-skeptic politicians."
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The gate that bars most modern, industrialized people from access to nonhuman realms has to be broken open.
The gate that bars most modern, industrialized people from access to nonhuman realms has to be broken open.
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>"The window for congressional action on climate is closing — potentially for quite a while."
>"The window for congressional action on climate is closing — potentially for quite a while."
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"How do you forge a relationship to a past that considered future generations expendable?"
"How do you forge a relationship to a past that considered future generations expendable?"
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"I wrote about a specific style of fandom-led conspiracy thinking that has become quietly quite popular over the last 10 years and is now making its highly public debut!"
"I wrote about a specific style of fandom-led conspiracy thinking that has become quietly quite popular over the last 10 years and is now making its highly public debut!"
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>"If we manage to find intelligent life somewhere in the cosmos, then, strange as it may be, at least it will provide evidence that we are not alone in bearing the burden of _...Read More_
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>"The artist offers a “phantom glimpse” of the city’s lost wetland system"
>"The artist offers a “phantom glimpse” of the city’s lost wetland system"
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>"The advances of science are resurrecting the religious imagination. Human history will end when men become gods — or dust. The alternative is an ecology of existence."
>"The advances of science are resurrecting the religious imagination. Human history will end when men become gods — or dust. The alternative is an ecology of existence."
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>"Too many nature writers descend into poetic self-absorption instead of the sharp-eyed realism the natural world deserves"
>"Too many nature writers descend into poetic self-absorption instead of the sharp-eyed realism the natural world deserves"
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"What can you do, as a single individual, to help halt global heating? Social science research suggests that one of the most powerful things you can do is talk about the climate crisis in your networks. But according to many climate _...Read More_
"What can you do, as a single individual, to help halt global heating? Social science research suggests that one of the most powerful things you can do is talk about the climate crisis in your networks. But according to many climate _...Read More_
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>"Tomás Saraceno explores different ways we can inhabit this planet – in collaboration with other species, and in "cloud cities" that float in the sky."
>"Tomás Saraceno explores different ways we can inhabit this planet – in collaboration with other species, and in "cloud cities" that float in the sky."