193: What Water Wants

Plus, holographic wormholes, lab-grown salmon, floating wetlands, and good news on measles, education in Sierra Leone, de-mining in Cambodia, a new drug for Alzheimer's, windfarms in Scotland, clean energy in the United States, and global mangrove protections.
193: What Water Wants
Denali National Park, Alaska. Credit: Christian Vorhofer/Getty
This is the members only edition of Future Crunch, a weekly roundup of good news, mind-blowing science, and the best bits of the internet. One third of your subscription fee goes to charity, and we offset the carbon cost of sending this newsletter here. You can buy a gift subscription for someone else here. We're also on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.

If we want to change the story of the human race in the 21st century, we have to change the stories we tell ourselves.

Great! You’ve successfully signed up.

Welcome back! You've successfully signed in.

You've successfully subscribed to Future Crunch.

Success! Check your email for magic link to sign-in.

Success! Your billing info has been updated.

Your billing was not updated.