Sarah Laskow

Sarah Laskow is a reporter based in New York City who covers environment, energy, and sustainability issues, among other things.

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This is the first fish ever to get off the endangered species list

The chub's secret? It doesn't interfere with any powerful industries.

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This goat simulator looks like maybe the best video game ever

Apparently there's a latent and untapped desire on the internet to spend time navigating the world as a goat.

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The Great Lakes may be drying up

"Our lakes have never been lower than they are," says climate scientist Carl Watras.

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Compare time and cost of every possible transportation option with a single app

Whatever your favorite travel app is, RideScout probably has it beat.

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Save the bees by refrigerating them

Mason bees aren't your typical honeybees or bumblebees -- they don't sting, they're not particularly social, and females make individual nests in tubes.

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London’s newest urban farm is underground

Pea shoots, arugula, mizuna, chives, mustard leaf, radish, basil, and more, grown hydroponically in the tunnels under LED lights.

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These colorful maps show what your city really looks like without a car

Just click any point on the map, and colors pool out around it -- like a heat map, but for time spent on buses or subways.

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The number of monarch butterflies that made it to Mexico is at all-time low

This is a pretty good indication of butterfly suffering.

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Utah’s transit system is giving away iPads to student riders

A simple-but-effective incentive to increase ridership from college kids.

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