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Power shift: The promise of offshore wind

It’s not every day that the U.S. decides to build a new energy industry. But that’s exactly what the country is doing with offshore wind. In Power shift: The Promise of Offshore Wind, WBUR and E&E document the start of this industry and ask some big questions.

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The Longest War

On Point's four-part series profiling Afghans and Americans whose lives have been shaped by two decades of war in Afghanistan.

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Pandemic Generation

The pandemic has upended life for many young people, exacerbating mental health issues for those already struggling and bringing up new emotions for others. This series explores how kids are faring now and what challenges lie ahead.

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Unexpected Lessons

A WBUR series on how learning in Massachusetts schools have been shaped by the coronavirus pandemic. The series culminates in two Cityspace events, the first on May 20, 2021 and the second on Oct. 21, 2021.

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Boston Under Water

Boston’s charm lies in its location and its age, with historic buildings and winding streets shouldering up to the waterfront. But the city was built for a different climate, and with scientists projecting up to 40 inches of sea rise by 2070, those charms are now vulnerabilities.

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My COVID Economy

WBUR asked readers to share their experiences of how the coronavirus has affected their work or financial life. Here's our series on their answers.

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Dying on the Sheriff's Watch

A WBUR investigative series that found when people suffered from dire medical conditions in Massachusetts jails, they were often ignored and mistrusted, with fatal consequences.

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Closing Pilgrim

Stories on the closing of the decades-old Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station in Plymouth

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¡Viva Buses!

A series on Mexico City's bus rapid transit system and the lessons for transportation development in Greater Boston

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'Pass/Fail'

Evaluating 25 years of education reform in Massachusetts

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BioBoom

What booming biotech means for Greater Boston and beyond

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Beyond Sides Of History

Two women. One is the granddaughter of Nazis. The other is the granddaughter of a Jewish Holocaust survivor.

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The Future Of Work

Work is changing. And in the future, the nature of work may look drastically different.

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Losing To Lyme

Why we're losing the battle against tick-borne diseases and what we can do about it

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Solving Our Math Problem

Compared to other states, students in Massachusetts do pretty well in math. But compared to other countries, we’ve got a long way to go.

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A Return To Vietnam

In the last days of April 1975, the final U.S. troops and many of their supporters took to helicopters and ships and evacuated Saigon.

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