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The Hidden Truths about Calories, by Scientific American Blog Network
Billy Barr, The Snow Guardian
Eat a handful of nuts every day.
What You Need to Know About the World's Water Wars
How to Feed Ten Billion People: Lab-Made Clean Meat Burgers are the Future of Food
Is Jackfruit the Next Big Meat Substitute?
80% of peanut-allergic preschool children successfully incorporated peanut-containing foods after receiving peanut oral immunotherapy (OIT).
Could Nanotechnology End Hunger?
Israel Proves the Desalination Era is Here
Regular nut consumption is linked to less inflammation.
Quinoa should be taking over the world. This is why it isn’t.
5 glimpses of the future of water
Beets, chocolate, spinach, rhubarb, tea, and nuts are rich in oxalate, and colas are rich in phosphate; both contribute to kidney stones.
The Plan to Make California Wet By Spreading Beavers Up and Down the State
Living a very low water lifestyle
The effects of eating peanut products as a baby to avoid the risk of allergy have been backed up by new research.
Want to fight climate change? Eat more beans.
Why the calorie model is broken...
California Could Be the Next Saudi Arabia
To save water, an underground movement to bank El Niño's rainfall
Water Conservation, Brought to You by Las Vegas
The Wet Prince of Bel Air: Who is California’s biggest water guzzler?
Could Grassroots ‘Cactivism’ be the Cure for California’s Drought?
Receding Waters of Lake Powell
California's Mountains Are At A 500-Year Snow Low
California's Katrina Is Coming
Watermark: Along the California Aqueduct
Avocados may soon be gone because of the drought and J.J. Watt
Millions of shade balls protecting Los Angeles Reservoir
El Niño Probably Won't Solve California's Dire Drought
Salt is Slowly Crippling California's Almond Industry
Picturing the Drought
Goats in a Tree in Morocco Help Harvest Argan Oil
How A Historical Blunder Helped Create The Water Crisis In The West
Water conservation amid drought: Who made the grade?
A Thirsty Colorado Is Battling Over Who Owns Raindrops
A Third of Big Groundwater Basins are in Distress
After Water by Susie Cagle, Longreads
How Much Water Does It Take To Grow...
How Arizona Cotton Is Fueling the West's Water Crisis - Killing the Colorado River
Your Contribution to the California Drought
The Disappearing Colorado River
Thanks to America, We’ve Reached Peak Avocado
What Are Water Rights?
Apocalyptic Schadenfreude: What the NYTimes -- and everybody else -- gets wrong about California’s water crisis, by Steven Johnson, Medium
2015: From steak to mangoes, here are some water-hogging foods - LA Times
How one California farmer is battling the worst drought in 1,200 years
California Imposes First Mandatory Water Restrictions to Deal With Drought - NYTimes.com
R.I.P. California (1850-2016): What We’ll Lose And Learn From The World’s First Major Water Collapse
How Growers Gamed California’s Drought
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