The VICE Guide to Right Now Podcast
Why AirPods Are a Social and Environmental Disaster
We sat down with Caroline Haskins, author of 'AirPods Are a Tragedy,' to dig deep into the human cost of the ubiquitous buds.
Vice Guide to Right Now
We Finally Know Why Garfield Phones Washed Up on French Beaches for 30 Years
Since the 1980s hundreds of phones featuring the likeness of our favorite Monday-hatin’ cat washed up in France and no one knew why.
A Dead Whale with 88 Pounds of Trash in Its Stomach Washed up in the Philippines
Plastic pollution claims another one.
Researchers Developed a Technique to Turn Nearly a Quarter of Our Plastic Waste into Fuel
The process could help convert millions of tons of plastic we generate every year into an gasoline and diesel-like fuel.
Teen Diver Removes Shitload of Golf Balls from Pebble Beach Coastline
Eighteen-year-old diver Alex Weber stumbled across a huge swath of ocean floor completely covered by golf balls and has removed over 50,000 of them.
Liam Daniel Pierce
Don’t Boycott Razors Because of an Ad, Boycott Them For the Planet
Some people are mad that Gillette released an ad calling out toxic masculinity, but the bigger issue is the waste produced by disposable razors.
This Tree Produces Psychedelic Art By Using Sensors to Monitor Its Own Health
Thijs Biersteker wanted a better way to communicate climate change to ordinary people, so he decided to let the trees do the talking.
Every Single Sea Turtle in This Study Had Microplastics in Its Gut
The researchers tested turtles from all seven species, across three oceans.
We Asked 105 Experts What Scares and Inspires Them Most About the Future
Climate change, extremism, and artificial intelligence were among the top fears, and young people, technology, and equality were among the top hopes.
Human Waste Is Contaminating Australian Wildlife with More Than 60 Pharmaceuticals
A new study demonstrates the ways that pharmaceutical runoff could travel up the food-chain.
America's Next Water Contamination Crisis May Already Be Here
The family of chemicals called PFAS have been used in everything from carpeting to fast food wrappers. They also may have contaminated America's water.
A Biochemist Is Beating a GOP Incumbent Backed by the Chemical Industry in Key House Race
In the extremely tight race for Illinois’s sixth district seat, a recent scandal over dangerous emissions from a medical supply plant has brought environmental issues front and center.