Tag Archives: Environment

Future Islands – For Sure

For Sure is an animated music video. Two autonomous rental cars finding love on the way across state lines after a climate collapse. Made in a small room in Brooklyn during the first 2 months of COVID-19 lockdown. Some behind … Continue reading

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Jan Enkelmann | Edge of Humanity Magazine

Oxford Circus, Sunday 5 April 2020   Jan is a London-based documentary and travel photographer, dividing his time between commercial commissions and personal projects. Most of his projects are observations of people in public spaces. “Lockdown London On 23 March, … Continue reading

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New Species of Darkling Beetle Larvae Degrades Plastic – ScienceBlog.com

There floats an enormous plastic garbage island in the North Pacific that is seven times the size of the Korean Peninsula. The island, called the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, is the result of 13 million tons of plastic that flow into … Continue reading

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Thousands of Plastic Bottles Are Suspended in Green Tendrils in Artist Jean Shin’s Latest Installation

In her installation “Floating MAiZE,” artist Jean Shin employs more than 7,000 plastic bottles to create a stunning suspension above an atrium at Brookfield Place. The window-lined space allows light to refract through the translucent tendrils, which are hung in … Continue reading

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Solar Orbiter first images revealed

ESA’s Solar Orbiter spacecraft has sent back its first images of the Sun. At 77 million kilometres from the surface, this is the closest a camera has ever flown to our nearest star. The pictures reveal features on the Sun’s … Continue reading

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‘Jaw-dropping’ world fertility rate crash expected

By James Gallagher Health and science correspondent   The world is ill-prepared for the global crash in children being born which is set to have a “jaw-dropping” impact on societies, say researchers. Falling fertility rates mean nearly every country could … Continue reading

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One Child To Rule Them All – Flash Forward

Today we travel to a future where a global government institutes a one-child policy on every single family. https://megaphone.link/FLASH1677784317 Guests: Dr. Jade Sasser — Associate professor of gender and sexuality studies at UC Riverside, author of On Infertile Ground, Population … Continue reading

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Sharing Geology | Nick Zentner | TEDxYakimaSalon

Making geology a sexy subject is serious business! Zentner has devoted three decades to reaching an ever-increasing audience of all ages, who want to connect to the geology upon which they live. Delving into his evolving teaching style in the … Continue reading

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These revolutionary cities are forcing cars to take a back seat | Living

Now could be the perfect time for a sustainable transport revolution. By Rosie Frost We’ve become used to the quieter roads, fewer cars and open public spaces. It feels like there is more space to breathe. The ability to cycle … Continue reading

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To Let Neurons Talk, Immune Cells Clear Paths through Brain’s ‘Scaffolding’ – ScienceBlog.com

To make new memories, our brain cells first must find one another. Small protrusions that bud out from the ends of neurons’ long, branching tentacles dock neurons together so they can talk. These ports of cellular chatter – called synapses, … Continue reading

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