How Activists Are Resisting a Megadam That Threatens ‘Cultural Genocide’
Indigenous protesters are engaging in civil disobedience and facing arrest to fight the $12.7 billion Muskrat Falls hydroelectricity project in Newfoundland.
The ‘Farmosopher’ Creating Language for Our Climate Doom and Rebirth
Retired professor Glenn A. Albrecht has coined new words to describe the full range of positive and negative emotions we have toward the environment.
Scientist Loses Award After Acceptance Lecture Featured Students in Bikinis
The Herpetologists' League "regrets and apologizes for offensive content presented in the 2018 Distinguished Herpetologist lecture."
Sexual Harassment Is Driving Women Out of STEM and Slowing Down Scientific Advancement
"The consequence of this is a significant and costly loss of talent in science, engineering, and medicine," a 285-page landmark study finds.
70 Long-Lost Japanese Video Games Have Been Discovered in a 67GB Folder of ROMs on a Private Forum
They were found in a folder called "DO NOT UPLOAD."