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Los Angelenos are at long last seeing the error of their ways and taking a very different view of their city -- and themselves.
The City of Angels has gone by a few other names over the years: the city of water theft, the city of gridlock, the city of sprawl. Now, as climate change has introduced a Hollywood-style ticking clock to the story, the plot has thickened. It will take some creative thinking to save Los Angeles. Fortunately, creativity's not in short supply here.

Features

Grand Slam In Seattle
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Come Back
A rich human community of fishers, farmers, and foodies relies on California's salmon runs. After years of decline, both the fish and the people may be staging a comeback.
Sacred Fire
In the city of Varanasi, on the banks of the Ganges, ancient Hindu traditions collide with the need to preserve India’s disappearing forests and clean up its holiest river.
Looking to Let Off a Little Steam
The hydrogen revolution has been just around the corner for more than 100 years. Is it finally here?
Q&A: A Novel Approach A Small Cottage Industry
Nature's Playlist
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At the Water's Edge
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Taking It to the Tweets
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