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  • Small Gains

    Wind and solar power are ­ramping up quickly, but the world’s demand for electricity is growing much faster.

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    Google reveals how often ­governments ask it to banish things from its services and how often it complies.

  • Space over Time

    Human exploration is the most visible use of spaceflight, but ­business and defense satellites fill the sky.

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  • Material World

    The future availability and cost of important emerging ­technologies could depend on access to a handful of critical elements.

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    Decisions about future energy sources will need to factor in water consumption as well as greenhouse-gas emissions.

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  • World of Ideas

    Some countries generate more inventions than their economic stature might indicate.

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