Zachary Slobig

Orion Magazine

Higher Ground: How One Indigenous Community Set Its Own Course Through Climate Change

LA Weekly

Stuff White People Hike: I Walked 67 Miles to Find Out Who Owns the Future of L.A.'s Backbone Trail

Surfline

Quantified Self Meets Liquid Unpredictability

Surfline

A Magnetized Shark Deterrent to Consider

UCLA: BluePrint

The New, New Sharing Economy: Beyond Uber to the Platform Cooperative

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Preventing the Next Flint With Technology You Can Make at Home

PrimeMind

The Spiritual Awakening That Could Save Our Planet

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El Nino and Climate Change Are Pushing California off a Cliff

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Oceanographer Aims to Turn Millions of Surfers Into Marine Scientists

Pacific Standard

Paddling Out With a Diaper in Tow

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Cleaning Up the Beach by Taking Away Trash Cans

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First California Offshore Wind Power Project Faces Environmental Headwinds

UCLA: Blueprint

Reminiscence: The First Days of the Marriage Revolution

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These Robots Let Everyone Explore the Oceans

WIRED

How to Turn Lady Gaga Butt Tweets Into Fine Art

WIRED

Singapore Apartments Are Candy for the Eyes

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Surfers Turn Abandoned Fishing Nets Into Skateboards, Sunglasses

Outside

Forget the Hero. Brands Want Authenticity Instead.

WIRED

Wandering Tourists Look Like Ants in the Vast Gobi Desert

WIRED

A Backstage Pass to the Super Bowl of Taxidermy

WIRED

Ancient African Trees, Surrounded by a Blanket of Stars

WIRED

How This Artist Makes Perfect Clouds Indoors

WIRED

Chasing Ghosts in a Cartel-Controlled Mexican Town

Freunde Von Freunde

A Conversation With Craftsman and Painter Jay Nelson

WIRED

The Frantic Frankfurt Construction Boom

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Why Container Ships Could Be Just as Dangerous as Oil Tankers

SURFER

Endless Ocean: Big Wave Exploration With the First Family of Azorean Surf

WIRED Raw File

History's Most Iconic Photos, Recreated in Miniature

WIRED Raw File

Meet the Eccentric Riders of Shanghai's Motorcycle Sidecar Culture

WIRED Raw File

Renaissance Sex Positions Reimagined as Dreamy Erotica

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The Real Reason Deforestation Happens Has Nothing to Do With Wood

WIRED Raw File

The Wild Deer That Roam Japanese City Streets

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Why Thousand Foot Waves You'll Never See Keep Oceans Healthy

WIRED Raw File

The Most Ancient and Magnificent Trees From Around the World

WIRED Raw File

The Biggest Statues in the World Tower Over Everyday Life

WIRED Raw File

Artists Put Rooms on City Streets and Invite You to Play House

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Offshore Fracking Is Quietly on the Rise in the Gulf of Mexico

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Hold the Champagne: Climate Change Is Killing Off Oysters

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What's a Wave Worth? Hint: Millions

WIRED Raw File

The Real-Life Community Inside the Abandoned Skyscraper From Homeland

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Will These Stunningly Detailed New Maps of the Seabed Open the Oceans to Mining?

WIRED Raw File

Magnified Plankton Looks Just Like Outer Space

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This High Tech, Biodegradable Fishing Net Could Help Save Dolphins and Whales

WIRED Raw File

The Psychedelic Customized Big Rigs of India

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The Potato That Could Feed the World

WIRED Raw File

Swim Through the Oceans at Your Desk With Google 360-Degree Seaview

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Scientists Excavate Ancient Submerged Cities for Clues to Our Fate

WIRED Raw File

Ruins of Secret Nuclear Cities of the USSR

WIRED Raw File

Meet the Characters of an Iconic (And Controversial) South African High-Rise

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Countries Racing to Drill for Arctic Oil Could Spell Disaster for Environment

GOOD

A Chance in Hell: Yaks, America, and The Apocalypse

WIRED Raw File

Old-School NASA Photos Transport You to Glory Days of Space Exploration

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Salmon Return to Washington's Elwha River for the First Time in 102 Years

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Riding Massive Waves to Fight Climate Change

Psychology Today

The Brain Aquatic

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Why the tide has turned in the fight to preserve Canada's wilderness

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Jellyfish as Sea Monsters of Climate Change Era and the Promise of Citizen Science

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Will Canada frack up another pristine wilderness?

Freunde Von Freunden

A Q&A with surf board Shaper Danny Hess about wood, prosthetics, and life in the Outer Sunset.

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Is it time for San Francisco to declare defeat in its battle with the Pacific?

GOOD

Could you commit to buying nothing new for a year? Meet the Compact.

San Francisco Chronicle

Rangers, ranchers, animal lovers, and foodies collide: the case of Point Reyes

GOOD

Urban deer hunters aim for local venison in Los Angeles

Outside

Artificial surf breaks the wave of the future?

Los Angeles Times

Bluefin tuna farming to satisfy both sushi lovers and environmentalists?

San Francisco Chronicle

Thanks to surfers, a Salvadoran town's first high school rises.

Los Angeles Times

Off-road vehicle enthusiasts and birders clash in the Oceano Dunes.

Los Angeles Times

Glass blowers finds regular customer in the Obama White House

China Dialogue

The melting glaciers of China's Xinjiang Province and the rise of a desert megacity

San Francisco Chronicle

Let Catholic priests marry! My dad did.

GOOD

On community gardens and gun violence

GOOD

Stay-at-home dad wins right to farm his frontyard

Alternet

Katrina refugees face transitional housing cuts and looming homelessness.

KQED's The California Report

Thanks to surfers, a Salvadoran town's first high school rises.

PRI's The World

A Break in the Pan-American Highway: Leapfrogging the Darien Gap

KQED's The California Report

Off-road vehicle enthusiasts and birders clash in the Oceano Dunes.

Marketplace

Don't volunteer this holiday season

KQED's The California Report

A legal homeless camp rises on the beach in Southern California.

NPR's News and Notes

Pioneering African-American longshoremen leave lasting impact on nation's busiest port.

Woodshed Films

180° South: A search for adventure and a quest for conservation in Patagonia.

Current T.V.'s Vanguard

An investigation of soldiers' violent crimes, PTSD, and an innovative veterans court system

Reel Blue

Profile of octogenarian fisherman and his role in the nation's largest dam removal and river restoration.