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Any city can push itself to be better, but they usually go through this learning curve first.

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In the Western Canadian Arctic, permafrost thaw slumps are seemingly releasing record amounts of mercury into waterways.

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Engineers at MIT have built a device that soaks up enough heat from the sun to boil water and produce steam hotter than 100 degrees Celsius.

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Without Carl Jones, the world might have lost the Mauritius kestrel, the pink pigeon, the echo parakeet and more – but the biologist’s methods are controversial.

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Canadian Donna Strickland has received her Nobel Prize in Physics - making her the first woman in Canada to win a Nobel Prize.
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New research has resulted in a simple device that can capture its own weight in water from fresh air and then release that water when warmed by sunlight.

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Mexico plans to start awarding the construction of its seventh refinery as soon as March 2019.

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Retail giant Walmart has ordered over 350 autonomous Zamboni-style janitors that will start cleaning their aisles starting January 2019.

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If the current trends around plastic production and use hold steady, plastic may account for 20% of the world’s oil use by 2050.

These 127 countries are working on banning single-use plastic.

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Land between England and the Netherlands was once full of life before sinking below the water around 8,000 years ago.

Archaeologists now hope to find out what the vast landscape looked like before it sank beneath what is now called the North Sea.
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