The Race to Save Coffee

The Washington Post

“If nothing is done, the amount of suitable land to grow coffee will decline by half. You do the math.”

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Sin Luz: Life Without Power — The Washington Post

Puerto Rico’s apagón, or “super blackout,” is the longest and largest major power outage in modern U.S. history. Without electricity, there is no reliable source of clean water. School is out, indefinitely. Health care is fraught. Small businesses are faltering. The tasks of daily life are both exhausting and dangerous. There is nothing to do but wait, and no one can say when the lights will come back on. 

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Upcoming Emoji Thing — The Washington Post

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Arctic Dilemma — The Washington Post

Scientists came to explore the fabled waters of the Arctic — but their work could also change its future.

Fentanyl — The Washington Post

Fentanyl was created to treat severe pain — particularly for cancer patients — and for use as an anesthesia. Then dealers started cutting it with heroin.

 
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Tampa Bay's Coming Storm — The Washington Post

Tampa Bay is due for a major hurricane, and it is not prepared. If a big one scores a direct hit, the damage would likely surpass Katrina.

 

Are we ready for the next major earthquake? — NBC News

Eventually, the Pacific Northwest will be hit by a major earthquake as tectonic plates buckle under the Cascadia Subduction Zone. Dr. Chris Goldfinger, a professor of marine geology and geophysics at Oregon State University, discusses what major cities in the Pacific Northwest can do to prepare for an earthquake considered more an eventuality than a possibility.

 
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Upcoming documentary animation — The New York Times

A troubled young boy's science fiction story is brought to life.