Earth Day

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Listen to a Lovely Green Day Cover Album for Hurricane Relief Efforts

Organized by members of Pinegrove and friends, 'Earth Day' benefits victims of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico.
Phil Witmer
10.2.17
March for Science

Why Scientists in Canada Are Marching Against Trump, Too

Toronto's March for Science showed solidarity with colleagues to the south. But Canada isn't perfect, either.
Lisa Cumming
4.22.17
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Bill Nye Sends Karlie Kloss to Teach Desiigner About the Horrors of Climate Change

The segment from Nye's new show, 'Bill Nye Saves the World,' makes for excellent Earth Day viewing.
Alex Robert Ross
4.22.17
Germany

German Town Officials Argue That Sausages Should Be Served at Vegetarian Food Festival

If you happen to be in the city of Kassel on Earth Day, don’t be surprised if you see pork sausages being served at the vegetarian food festival.
Nick Rose
2.24.17
Art

Art to Love the Earth By | GIF Six-Pack

It's Earth Day. Prove you care by sharing these GIFs with all of your friends.
TCP Staff
4.22.16
Health

How We're Screwing Ourselves Out of New Cancer Drugs and Zika Meds

Coral reefs are a drug-development goldmine, and as a result of bleaching we're killing our chances of using them in lifesaving treatments.
Maggie Puniewska
4.22.16
PROFILES BY VICE

This Teenager Is Fighting Climate Change by Suing the Government

Xiuhtezcatl Tonatiuh is a 15-year-old who is one of the young activists who argue that the nationwide lack of action on climate change is violating his generation's rights.
VICE Staff
4.22.16
Terraform

The Sixth to Last Human Chat Ever Recorded

​In honor of Earth Day, here's the story of the sixth-to-last human conversation to ever be recorded. It takes place, naturally, on gChat.
Debbie Urbanski
4.22.16
What I'm Freaking Out About

How We're Screwing Ourselves Out of New Cancer Drugs and Zika Meds

Coral reefs are a drug-development goldmine, and as a result of bleaching we're killing our chances of using them in lifesaving treatments.
Maggie Puniewska
4.22.16
Norway

When Climate Change Melts Ice, These Archeologists Win

“It’s an in-house joke amongst us glacial archaeologists that we are some of the only beneficiaries of global warming.”
Kathleen Caulderwood
4.22.16
we asked a smart person

We Asked a Smart Person How You Can Not Be an Idiot and Help Save the Environment at Music Festivals

Happy Earth Day!
Andrea Domanick
4.22.16
Art

Monumental Wildlife Portraits Capture Wastelands Once Roamed

Photographer Nick Brandt transforms his portraits of East African wildlife into ephemeral monuments to a vanishing world.
Shana Nys Dambrot
4.22.16
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