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Schools Teach Kids How to Survive the Future's Harsh Climates

From growing climate-resilient crops to innovative water-saving techniques for a harsh summer, students at these Indian schools are prepping for a world that could get a lot worse.
The New + the Next

The Young Star Who Says Virtual Events Are Not the Future

Holly Rankin, aka Jack River, is not only a fast-rising alt-pop talent but also a sustainable concert promoter.
Good Sh*t

Could This Ancient Water Tech Save Lima?

Reviving an ancient water-delivery system might help solve Lima's 21st-century crisis.
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Three Smart New Climate Change Books That Are Sort of … Hopeful?

Three recommended books about the climate crisis that don't throw you into a pit of despair.

The Carlos Watson Show

The Carlos Watson Show brings bold, impactful conversations with culture-defining celebrities, intellectual pioneers and changemakers, spotlighting the voices you need to hear to make sense of this important time in American history.
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How Giant Plant Pots Could Save Shorelines

This concept links the preservation of shorelines with the preservation of mangroves.
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First Zero-Waste Chocolate Lets You Eat Guilt-Free

This might be the only bar on Earth that is wrapped in a piece of biodegradable art.
Around the World

Can the Mining Industry Really Become 'Responsible'?

Mexican consultants Mónica Cantú and Vivian Heredia are disrupting a notorious sector.
Around the World

A Sweet-Smelling End for India’s Waste Flowers

What do you do with a river full of dumped spiritual flowers? Make a product that gives back.
The New + the Next

Would You Use an Eco-Friendly Credit Card?

What if a bank introduced a credit card with rewards that only went to carbon offsets?.
Around the World

Climate Change Is Already Claiming the Alps

Warming hits some environments faster than others — and that could be catastrophic for central Europe.

The Weekender

OZY Tribe members near and far provide delicious recommendations for your valuable weekend time.
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This Wood Is Key to Wind Power. Too Bad There's a Shortage

Balsa wood is light and strong — and without it, wind power gets a lot more complicated.
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Has Deadly Blast Fishing Finally Met Its Match?

The explosive practice is destroying Southeast Asian and African coral beds, but data is helping agencies fight back.

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