California Redwoods Are Swiftly Recovering From Wildfire

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Three years after a fire tore through Big Basin Redwoods State Park, once-blackened trees are showing new green growth.

A Carnegie Hall Concert Series Designed for Mental Health

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With an emphasis on mindfulness and human connection, New York’s legendary theater is using culture to cultivate well-being.

The Legendary Ocean Explorer Protecting ‘Hope Spots’ Around the World

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Sylvia Earle, a pioneer of both deep sea diving and ocean conservation, has made it her mission to protect the ocean’s biodiversity, one spot at a time.

Come for the Free Meals, Stay for the Company

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FoodCycle’s pop-up cafes are tackling not just hunger and food waste, but loneliness, too.

How El Paso’s Streetcars, Left for Dead in the Desert, Rose Again

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A phony ad campaign. A forgotten transit graveyard. The story of how this Texas city resurrected its streetcar system takes an unusual track.

The Galapagos Are Going Green

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In recent years, there has been a growing movement to transform the archipelago into a beacon of sustainability.

Can Farmers Save the Great Salt Lake?

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There’s no silver bullet to solve Utah’s water crisis, but farmers are doing their part by choosing to do more with less.

The EU Just Banned Microplastics. How Are Companies Replacing Them?

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Some manufacturers are years ahead of the game, pioneering natural alternatives to microplastics.

Parks Are Becoming More Accessible, With Help From All-Terrain Chairs

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States from Minnesota to California are working to open up more recreation opportunities to people with disabilities.

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