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COVERING CLIMATE NOW
Editor's Note: Why It's Crucial to Look at Environmental Extremes
This Is What Australia's Recycling Crisis Looks Like
Gavin Butler, Julian Morgans
We Visited Indonesia’s Giant Community-Destroying Oil Spill
Ordinary citizens worry about how to survive a disaster caused by Indonesia’s largest oil company.
Houses on Stilts, Boats as Transport: What it's Like Living in This Sinking Philippine Town
Global warming and the misuse of water resources have caused perpetual flooding in this coastal village, forcing residents to adapt in unusual ways.
Know Your Enemy: The World's Top 5 Climate Offenders
The CEOs of the companies most responsible for polluting planet Earth.
Only 8 People in This Indigenous Tribe Still Speak Their Native Language. The Amazon Fires May Wipe It Out Completely.
Indigenous leaders have said there is a “physical, environmental, and cultural genocide” in the Amazon.
Indonesian Censors Think ‘SpongeBob SquarePants’ Is Too Violent and Sexual
After censoring Sandy the squirrel’s bikini, the Indonesian Broadcasting Commission is sanctioning a network that broadcasts the show for other peculiar reasons.
Indonesians Struggle with Daily Life as Forest Fires Rage On
Indonesia’s forest fires have led to school closures, flight cancellations, and road accidents.
How to Force Your Employer to Help Save the Planet
Your company is probably contributing to climate change. Here's how to demand it do something about that.
A Trans Woman was Hacked to Death in the Philippines
Advocates are once again pushing for the SOGIE bill, which aims to protect the LGBTQ community in the Philippines.
The Philippines Is Deploying 'Really Pretty' Female Officers to Distract Drivers from Traffic
How to Have Sex With a Fat Girl
Duterte Calls Women ‘Bitches’ and ‘Crazy’ at Female Empowerment Event
Scientists Tested McDonald’s Touchscreen Menus and Found Poo on All of Them
I Faked My Way as an Instagram Poet, and It Went Bizarrely Well
Pakistan's Forgotten Dead
Each year about 3000 unidentified corpses are found on the streets of Karachi. Meet the mortuary workers who track them and try to reunite the bodies with their families
North Korea Is Building Its Own Bitcoin
The currency will be “more like bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies,” said the official in charge of North Korea’s cryptocurrency conferences.
Asteroid Dust Could Help Cool the Climate, Scientists Say
A new study links an asteroid collision to a cooling period and a burst of biodiversity 466 million years ago, and suggests that asteroid dust could help the climate crisis today.
Amazon's 'Lord of the Rings' Series Is Filming in New Zealand
The upcoming streaming show with a reported $1 billion budget is returning to the "Middle Earth" of the franchise's films.
As Drought-Hit Australia Burns, Victims Cling to the Idea That Climate Change Is 'Unproven'
The northeast interior has become a case study in global warming. Here we see the ramifications of a changing climate, but also how humans hold onto preconceptions regardless of new evidence.
India Just Approved a Ban on Sale of E-Cigarettes and Vaping Products
Pro-vaping advocates and e-cigarette sellers are concerned this was done to favour the tobacco lobby since the ban is only on the sale of nicotine and non-nicotine products, and not their actual usage.
Expert Says Indians Will Soon Become Water Refugees Heading for Water-Rich Europe
Rajendra Singh, also known as the “Waterman of India”, says over 70 percent of the country has dried up, and this may lead to climatic migration to other countries.
How to Make Chicken Fried Steak Sandwiches with Mason Hereford
Making One of a Kind Knives in the Mountains of Vermont
Pakistan's Forgotten Dead
Florida Man Fired for Farting: The Story of Paul Flart
The VICE Guide To Right Now
Teenage Scientists Launch a Rocket in to Space
Inside Beijing’s Illegal Karaoke Sex Clubs
Photographer Valya Lee spent two months working undercover and taking photos on her phone.
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