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Saturday links: a civic duty
By abnormalreturns on Jul 11, 2020 09:14 am
Rivian is set to to be the first to market with an all-electric pickup truck in 2021.
How TuSimple plans to roll out an autonomous freight network of self-driving trucks.
New RV owners are learning the challenges of driving a big rig.
Wind and solar are becoming downright boring.
The US could spend as much on offshore wind projects as offshore oil this decade.
Renewable energy production is on the rise but the need for natural gas production remains.
Why Germany's coal plants could close earlier than expected.
How solar generation projects can do more than produce electricity, they can also serve as a habitat for bees and plants.
The United Nations Environment Program has a plan to better track zoonotic diseases around world.
So much for the whole pandemic being good for the environment.
Climate change proposals have broader support than you think.
How shifting baselines inure us to climate change.
Congratulations humanity: all lemur species are now endangered.
Pandemic-fueled poaching is on the rise in Uganda.
Bison are back in the UK.
Why don't bats get sick from all the viruses they harbor?
There's even more evidence that humans are affecting animal evolution.
Polynesians and South Americans intermixed fear earlier than thought prior.
What its like to fly on the big four US airlines in the pandemic.
Airlines are defending air quality on their planes.
The concept of social distancing is a mess on US carriers.
Europe's tourist spots are feeling the pain of no US tourists.
How a skeptic came to embrace a smartwatch.
Why it's a good time to be a Mac user.
Comparing Apple ($AAPL) AirPods vs. AIrPod Pros.
A history of Adobe ($ADBE) Flash.
Benjamin Rush, a signer of the Declaration of Independence, was also a founder of American psychiatry.
The pandemic is going to leave long-lasting mental health issues.
Walgreens ($WBA) is pairing with VillageMD to one-step shops including primary care physicians.
Regular vaccination rates have fallen in pandemic.
The steps dental offices are taking to limit the spread of coronavirus.
How the pandemic has affected family planning.
A bi-monthly shot could take the place of daily PrEP pills.
An explanation on how exercise may protect the brain.
Gym owners are stuck between a rock and a hard place.
In pandemic many road races are going virtual.
Check out the world's tallest climbing wall in Copenhagen.
How dogs are serving as the 'ideal archaeological assistants' in identifying ancient remains.
This is a better guide to compare dog and human age.
Want to feel better? Care for your dog.
Local farming is great, but it can't feed the world all by itself.
Why meat is so cheap in the US - other costs are hidden.
The United Arab Emirates imported 4,500 dairy cows from Uruguay as part of a drive to boost food security with the coronavirus disrupting global supply chains.
More food producers are finding ways to go direct to consumers in pandemic.
Perfect Day is aiming to make dairy proteins.
Unemployed Brits are picking berries.
The track record of American presidents that don't drink isn't great.
Why it's time to break up Big Beer.
Netflix ($NFLX) doesn't have to scramble for more diverse offering because it is already there.
Hamilton drove a surge in interest in Disney+.
How “Avatar: The Last Airbender” found a second life on Netflix ($NFLX).
Parrot Analytics aims to build a better measure of streaming popularity.
Social distancing has made dating awkward AF.
How to feel connected when you are spending so much tim etogether.
Your description of an 'ideal partner' is no better than a stranger's.
The societal costs of closed schools are many-fold.
America learned that public schools are 'essential infrastructure' in pandemic.
Summer camp illustrates the issues facing schools this Fall.
What 'camp kids' lost this summer.
How to help a child with perfectionist tendencies.
A lot of professors are nervous about returning to the classroom this Fall.
What to do if your first job out of college isn't a good fit.
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