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Plastic Free Coatings that Extend the Shelf-Life of Produce

Food supply chains are tightly run machines designed to deliver fragile fresh whole foods to your plate as quickly as possible. What if we could stop flying that asparagus in, and put it on a boat? Apeel targets both home based food waste, and supply chain inefficiences, by extending the shelf life of high value perishables.

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Low on Water, Cities Get Creative

Droughts are increasingly common worldwide. Brought on by changes in rain, snow and wind patterns, the effects take years to reveal themselves.

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Burning the Amazon

The first time I really, truly began to understand the Amazon — river and rainforest — was through the words of David Grann, in his narrative nonfiction masterpiece, The Lost City of Z.

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“Hope Spots” & the Plan to Save Our Oceans

The earth’s oceans, taken in the entirety of their depth and breadth, comprise up to 99% of the living space on Earth, a stunning fact. As oceanographer Dr. Sylvia Earle puts it “our fate and the ocean’s are one.”

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Youth Worldwide are Skipping School to Strike for Climate Action

Fridays For Future: The youngest voices in the growing climate crisis movement are also some of the boldest.

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Five Breakthroughs Worth Celebrating on Earth Day

Earth Day began on April 22, 1970, when 20 million people across the United States rallied for a clean environment. It has since become an annual celebration and a global day of action. In that spirit, we’d like to celebrate how far we’re come.