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New technology has allowed scientists to more accurately estimate how much carbon trees absorb, and the results may change how green spaces in cities are planned.
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This edible coating helps produce, including avocados, extend their shelf life, which ultimately cuts down on food waste.
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A company of packaging experts are looking into the future and seeing a world without single-use plastic.
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Animals are starting to avoid daytime hours as a means of avoiding humans.