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Zoom in on a subsurface blizzard in polar waters and you'll find that each flake is a winged, lentil-size snail with a translucent shell, a creature that seems to have sprung straight from Hieronymus Bosch's "Garden of Earthly Delights."
Stanford and other universities are divesting from fossil fuel stocks—with varying degrees of commitment.
Cool Schools 2014
Can Art Schools Save the Planet?
Art students and professors have lit fires under the civil rights and antiwar movements. Can they do the same for environmentalism?
How to Drink Responsibly
The perfect excuse to have a beer: Eco-brews are helping the planet, pint by pint.
Jack Johnson's Jack Kerouac
Jack Johnson brings "On the Road" on the water--and finds rhythm at sea
A little web company helps people find jobs far from the urban bustle.
Flying a Fine Line
Drones could be a boon for conservation--but first, they need to overcome their stigma.
Clouds, Meet Sea
How far would you swim to get the shot?
Plastic Permanence: Our litter is now part of the geologic record
Plastic isn’t just the litter of today — it’s becoming part of tomorrow’s rock record.
How a backpacking novice hiked one of the longest trails in North America.
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