Peter Dykstra shares some good news this week with host Steve Curwood. There are large reductions in air pollution costs and less toxins in fish. They also look back at Donald Trump’s battle against Scottish wind power.
An ambitious exercise in what the mayor terms “equity and innovation.” Equity for local residents who feel marooned from the city’s subway system, and innovation in reviving the streetcar as a modern feature to serve a fast-growing waterfront.
Fish in today’s oceans contain far lower levels of mercury, DDT and other toxics than at any time in the past four decades, according to a major review by scientists at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography.
According to Mr. Wohllenben, trees are social beings. They can count, learn and remember; nurse sick neighbors; and warn each other of danger by sending electrical signals across a fungal network known as the “Wood Wide Web.”
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