Nature
March 6, 2019

The Future Called, and They’re Out of Fish and Chips

In fishing waters off of China and Japan, the population of fish, including cod fish — a staple for “fish and chips” — have dropped as much as 35% since…
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Humankind
March 5, 2019

Fat Tuesday Has a Fat Impact

The celebration of Mardi Gras, a sin send off before Christian Lent, fills the streets of New Orleans, Louisiana, with locals, tourists — and tons of pollution. Trash Tree, New…
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HumankindNaturePeoplePlaces
March 5, 2019

Fashionable Waste

People of Earth: you have enough clothing. The fashion industry produces gazillions of clothing items each year and, given that there are only 7 billion of us, that is more…
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HumankindPeople
March 5, 2019

California Wildfires Set to Burn On

A new study is suggesting that wet winters are no longer a guide to predicting the severity of wildfires in California. Recent research, published in the Proceedings of the National…
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NatureWildlife
March 4, 2019

Whale Jail No More

The public was outraged when news broke November 2018 that over 100 orcas and belugas were being kept in a “whale jail” in Srednyaya Bay, Russia. This video footage by…
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Nature
March 4, 2019

The Threats to Our World’s Oceans You Wouldn’t Expect

Plastic can't take all the rap for the jeopardized health of our oceans. There are many factors that need to be considered when addressing the state of the seas. Yesterday…
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HumankindPlaces
March 4, 2019

Get Ready for the Climate Strike

In the movie version of "The Climate Crisis" currently unfolding, the heroes arrive at the what is very near the end — with mere seconds left before the Earth implodes…
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Places
March 4, 2019

Costa Rica Leads on Climate Crisis

Near-zero carbon by 2050 might seem ambitious to some, but to the Central American republic of Costa Rica, the goal is most certainly within reach. The country’s recently announced  Decarbonization…
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Wildlife
March 3, 2019

19 Ways To ‘Adopt’ Animals on #WorldWildlifeDay

From the tiniest insect to the enormous blue whale, the myriad flora and fauna that call Earth home all have a place, purpose, and value. #WorldWildlifeDay is an opportunity for…
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Humankind
March 2, 2019

Fashion Forward: Refashioning Fast Fashion

This week marks the end of this season’s #FashionWeek, where every year designer icons gather first in New York, Milan, London, and now Paris to showcase new collections to the…
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