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Scientists are tapping into the secret wisdom of trees—even when they don't know what they're looking for.
The most botched Californian makeover of them all might be what we've done with the state's trees.
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An Italian architect wants to bring nature to urbanites by putting maples and oaks on their high-rise balconies. Is it the future, or mere folly?
Screw tops and plastic corks are soaking into the wine industry, but real wood is still the better bottle stopper.
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Crime stoppers: Forget assembling the Avengers -- maybe all S.H.I.E.L.D. needs to do to protect the world from evil is plant more trees. A new study funded by the U.S. Forest Service and the National Science Foundation found... read more >
RIP MCA: Beastie Boy Adam Yaunch passed away Friday after battling cancer. Although his political activism for a free Tibet is better known than his support for environmental causes, fans remember that MCA supported Flow --... read more >
Five greenreads to read by the light of a supermoon.Justin Gillis in the New York Times on cloudy skies and climate denial: Climate change deniers are looking to the clouds for an argument against curbing our fossil-fuel... read more >
Food fears: Worried about the new case of mad cow disease found in California earlier this week? Don’t be. There are plenty of food safety issues -- from E. coli to contaminated milk -- that should be much higher on your... read more >