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01/22: How to Build a Greener Internet

The internet is one of the world’s biggest sources of carbon emissions, but experts say users are more empowered than they realize to help clean it up.

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02/22: Nature-based Design Is Having a Moment

The pandemic has shown that not only is biophilic design good for the planet, it makes people happy.

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03/22: Why Locals Risk Their Lives to Save Cultural Heritage from War

The war in Ukraine is the most recent example of museum professionals and volunteers alike taking serious risks to save art and culture during armed conflict.

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04/22: The Promise and Peril of the Hydrogen Revolution

Green hydrogen could revolutionize the transportation and manufacturing sectors, but studies show the wrong technology actually increases CO2 emissions.

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05/22: Venice Art Biennale Returns to its Roots

More than half the artists featured in the 2022 edition are exhibiting internationally for the first time.

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06/22: Why Haven’t Electric Boats Taken Off in Venice?

In a city that relies on boats for everything from transportation to municipal services, electric boats lag behind their automotive counterparts.

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07/22: Reading for pleasure this summer? You have Venice to thank for that

Author Alessandro Marzo Magno discusses the origins of the modern publishing industry in 16th century Venice.

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08/22: Meditations on Legacy to Celebrate the Birth of my First Child

A writer’s legacy is her stories, and thanks to the climate crisis, the stories we tell are more important than ever.

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09/22: Creativity in the Age of Algorithms

With algorithmic conditioning going even deeper than many people realize, creators are looking for new ways to stay original.

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10/22: The Enduring Appeal of Witchcraft

The legends are a reminder of our reliance on nature — and our need for rest and renewal.

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11/22: What high-end bottled water reveals about the philosophy of luxury

Can a basic necessity really be a luxury product?

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12/22: Anatomy of a Holiday Song

Regardless of genre, nostalgia is the not-so-secret ingredient that makes a Christmas song a hit.

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