Frontline investigates the growing crisis of antibiotic resistance. Watch the video Photo source
By William Ernest Henley Out of the night that covers me, Black as the Pit from pole to pole, I thank whatever gods may be For my unconquerable soul. In the fell clutch of circumstance I have not winced nor cried aloud. Under the bludgeonings of chance My head is bloody, but unbowed. Beyond this […]
John Mooney runs a hydroponic rooftop farm on top of a 105-year-old historic building in the West Village of Manhattan. Abeni Reamsey runs her own crew at City Girl Farms in West Oakland. And 18-year-old Travis Roberts is a chicken rancher in Detroit. They’re today’s urban food rebels growing food where most of us live—in […]
Starfish are losing arms, developing white lesions and disintegrating into piles of goo. Last summer, divers and scientists began reporting the fatal “melting” events up and down North America’s coasts—from British Columbia to southern California in the Pacific, and from New Jersey to Maine in the Atlantic. Though nobody knows what’s causing these die-offs, the plague does […]
Are you hearing the term social enterprise a lot these days? Ever wonder what it is? A social enterprise is a business that has both social and commercial goals. Read more about social enterprise here. Photo Source
The subspecies was last seen in 2006, the Northern white rhino is also “teetering on the edge of extinction,” and Asia’s Javan Rhino may not be far behind if strong measures are not taken to stem poaching and improve conservation measures. Read more Here Photo Source
By adding a second level in part of the apartment, Architects made a modest efficiency apartment feel like a complete home Read more Here Photo Source
Rather than seen as trash, plastic bottles are now being viewed as a cheap and sustainable way to light homes. Read more Here Photo Source
The internet is translated into very few languages. As more and more is done online, many languages not online are being lost. Read more here.
Many languages are disappearing, it is estimated that one language is lost every two weeks. With the infusion of technology and globalization, not only are languages are being lost, but some aspects of cultures are also lost in translation. Click here to read more.