I cover climate change and technology for @TheAtlantic. American. Anti-acedia, pro-phở. Mostly dormant account, for now. // Say hi: rob@theatlantic.com

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Interstate 95 is the nation’s busiest road and its longest north-south highway. By September, it will also be, finally, *complete*—one continuous road from Miami to Canada—as an infamous gap near the NJ-PA border is closed.  https://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2018/01/after-61-years-americas-busiest-highway-is-almost-complete/550982/ 
A new kind of geo-engineering may be able to stave off Antarctic glacial collapse for 1,000 years, averting catastrophic sea-level rise. A Princeton glaciologist has spent two years studying the idea, which has never before been reported:  https://www.theatlantic.com/science/archive/2018/01/a-new-geo-engineering-proposal-to-stop-sea-level-rise/550214/ 
“If a company could repair the car as it’s crashing—that’s what Facebook is being asked to do.” Read @lifewinning on Facebook’s complicity in Myanmar and its responsibility for, well, the whole present moment: https://t.co/lFvfjNYYAY
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