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Which new technique will help plants survive with less water?
The psychological legacy of our survival instincts that lead us to feel better when we are in contact with nature is the basis of biophilic design, which is being used increasingly in architecture, from airports to urban spaces to businesses.
Climate change is prompting fruit farmers to diversify and coffee roasters to start considering areas beyond the so-called bean belt to source their raw material.
This compact home at the base of the Andes Mountains is a breath of fresh air
Eric Ripert at Le Bernardin is the first chef in New York City to be cooking with Nature’s Fynd, which is not seafood at all, but a protein fermented from an extremophilic fungal microbe (Fusarium strain flavolapis or “yellow stone,” nicknamed Fy) discovered by NASA-funded scientists in an acidic hot spring in Yellowstone National Park.
Robin Wall Kimmerer, member of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation and a professor at the State University of New York’s College of Environmental Science and Forestry, author of the essay collection, “Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge, and the Teachings of Plants.”
Winners of the 2022 Nature Conservancy Photo Contest Show the Beauty and Struggles of the Natural World
Every year, the global environmental organization The Nature Conservancy holds a photo contest to show the beauty of nature and what we stand to lose to climate change. The 2022 Photo Contest saw the largest participation ever, with entries from 196 countries across six categories.
The recipe for a wildly successful TikTok account — at least, for Alexis Nikole Nelson — is to post entirely about foraging.