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Tracing the history of crops through still lifes

 
Artworks in museums and private collections could double as a database of fruits, vegetables, legumes, grains, nuts and seeds. And you can help. Read More

Carbon pricing isn’t just blowing smoke

 
The largest study on the topic to date demonstrates that the higher a country’s carbon price, the more it reduces emissions. Read More

Spreading rock dust on farmland could capture surprisingly large amounts of CO2, fast

 
The technology and infrastructure already exist—and the strategy could provide a substantial income source for farmers. Read More

New white paint reflects up to 98% of the sun’s heat

 
With some simple chemical tweaks, cooling paint could more effectively reflect solar energy under a glaring sun. Read More
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