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Living

Meet the invasives: Asian Cogongrass gets stoned, asks what it even means to be invasive

It's National Invasive Species Awareness Week. But are they really scary invaders, or exciting new neighbors? The choice is yours.

la vie en vert

Eiffel Tower’s wind turbines prove even historic landmarks can go green

One of the world's most iconic monuments is raising awareness about green technology.

Climate & Energy

It’s hard to worry about polar bears when Malawi is flooding RIGHT NOW

Yeah, there's a Polar Bear Day, but we've frankly got more pressing concerns.

Food

Fresh food finds a home in Memphis’ Southern comforts

Watch awesome urban gardeners, hospital directors, and chefs discuss Memphis' growing food scene.

Cities

Gentrification doesn’t fix inner-city schools

An influx of wealth might improve neighborhoods, but public schools? Not so much.

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Bob’s Burgers loves trees almost as much as butts

Animation is going greener — and we're not just talking about The Hulk.

Living

Climate change is the ultimate gentrifier

If you're really worried about gentrification, your best bet is tackling problems related to racial inequities and climate change vulnerability.

I see a darkness

What will a solar eclipse mean for solar power?

A total solar eclipse is headed for Europe on March 20. How is it going to affect the region's solar power?

Food

Is Chipotle the McDonald’s of the future — or the future of McDonald’s?

As old-school fast food loses our gullets, new-school fast food is winning our wallets. It's not exactly a revolution, but the change is for the better.

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