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Cholera is thousands of years old, easily treated, and entirely preventable. But the medical community is split over how.
Cubans anticipate "the flood" of American arrivals with a mixture of celebration and apprehension. What will change? What can survive?
As an old embargo lifts, a new vacation spot emerges—but can Cuba’s ecosystems weather a flood of Americans?
Locally, nationally and internationally, action on climate change is producing solutions and often bypassing lagging political leadership. The gathering force of these acts, significant and subtle, is transforming what once seemed a hopeless situation into one in which success can at least be imagined
A decades-long quest to save the north Atlantic right whale is helping revive a species that is a bellwether of the health of the oceans.
For 13 years Jim Gordon has fought and scraped against powerful foes to set 130 turbines in the waters off Cape Cod. He's certain success is right around the corner.