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A new way to profit from ancient Alaskan forests—leave them standing

In the Tongass National Forest, threatened by expanded logging, a Native-owned corporation is being paid to leave some old-growth trees standing.

Photographs by Joshua Cogan

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Afghanistan, climate change complicates future prospects for peace

Experts say warming will further fuel natural disasters, mass displacement, child marriage, and conflict.

Photographs by Solmaz Daryani 

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Scientists are about to spend a year trapped in Arctic ice

Hundreds of people have undergone intense preparation for an expedition designed to figure out what a warming Arctic means for us all.

Photographs by Esther Horvath

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At this Arctic science base, life is anything but lonely

In Greenland, researchers from around the world document the warming arctic—and share a sense of community.

Photographs by Esther Horvath

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An unlikely feud between beekeepers and Mennonites simmers in Mexico

Survival is at stake as Mennonite colonies’ illegal soy farms threaten the livelihood of Maya beekeepers.

Photographs by Nadia Shira Cohen

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This Tanzanian city may soon be one of the world’s most populous. Is it ready?

Dar es Salaam is the second-fastest growing city worldwide. Its planners are struggling to keep up.

Photographs by Nichole Sobecki

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Italy's olive trees are dying. Can they be saved?

In southern Italy, bacteria are ruining groves and uprooting traditions. But scientists and growers are fighting back.

Photographs by Patricia Kühfuss

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