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Tony Dokoupil and Ross Andersen discuss whether we will discover alien lifeforms in the near future. Landscape designer Diana Balmori talks about her floating invention that is going to help clean the Gowanus Canal. Thompson Reuters’s Tim Nixon talks to Dokoupil about the seven reasons why the world will eventually be sustainable. Plus, Jennifer Morgan from the World Resource Institute and Lisa Friedman from ClimateWire recap the climate talks in Bonn, Germany as the world gears up for the climate talks in Paris. And Tim McDonnell, Katie Herzog, and Clare Floran discuss why bikes are taking over cars and what is happening with President Obama’s clean power plan.