Back to the future – Vox

This edition of The Highlight is a considered experiment: What if some of the methods to our most urgent worries, from weather modify to community health crises, could be observed by reimagining outdated ideas and outmoded technologies? The foreseeable future is nearer than we imagine — we just require to rethink what we already know, irrespective of whether that’s the meat we consume, the workplace spaces we haven’t returned to, or the batteries powering the electric powered car or truck revolution.

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Our structures are building us sick

Here’s how to resolve them — and what is having in the way.

By Keren Landman

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Inside the fantastical, pragmatic quest to make “hybrid” meat

Hybrid cars and trucks gave way to electric cars. Could “hybrid meat” do the exact same for beef and pork?

By Kenny Torrella

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Beneath the hood of the electric car or truck revolution

In the EV period, old automakers are discovering new tricks.

By Rebecca Heilweil

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The stop of a battery’s daily life issues as much as its commencing

Us citizens are awful at recycling. Electrical cars and trucks are a likelihood to adjust that.

By Rebecca Leber

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The wasted possible of garbage dumps

Harmful landfills are emblems of environmental injustice across the US. Cleanse power can remake them.

By Neel Dhanesha

Ben Denzer for Vox

The long run of the office is a lab

What’s heading to transpire to the office environment place we no more time require?

By Rani Molla

Editors: Samantha Oltman, Adam Clark Estes, Libby Nelson, Izzie Ramirez, Brian Resnick, Bryan Walsh
Duplicate editors: Kim Eggleston, Elizabeth Crane, Caitlin PenzeyMoog, Tanya Pai
Art way: Dion Lee, Bita Honarvar
Audience: Gabriela Fernandez, Shira Tarlo, Agnes Mazur, Mary Perkins
Generation/task editors: Susannah Locke, Nathan Corridor

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