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A July study found that every coastal estuary could prevent $38 million of damage from major storms like Hurricane Ida. But that means wetlands need protecting, too.
The controversial technology of reflecting sunlight away from the planet could help blunt the worst impacts of climate change. Harvard University climate scientist David Keith weighs in.
By Betsy Mason
Coral grows faster when it's cut or broken and scientists are taking advantage of that to replenish depleted reefs.
Human attempts to alter the Earth's natural systems could either successfully avert climate change or fail and cause even greater harm.
There's nothing that innovative about a tricycle or a water filtration system -- but when the two are combined, it's a different story. The Aquaduct Mobile Water Filtration Vehicle might be the answer to water scarcity and contamination.