Eve Andrews

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Internationally Speaking

There was another brutal attack on an indigenous environmental activist.

Máxima Acuña, winner of the 2016 Goldman Environmental Prize, was assaulted on her property in Peru this weekend.

But Is It Art?

Can climate change be beautiful? In virtual reality, sure.

Tamiko Thiel's "Gardens of the Anthropocene" portrays a world that children might love -- but they'd find it pretty hard to live in.

Yinz Get Aht

How is Pittsburgh observing Self-Driving Uber Media Day?

The national media is pretty hype on the colossally unprofitable startup's rollout of its self-driving cars.

Meteorologists Gone Wild

Meet SLOSH, NOAA’s most self-aware acronym yet.

We're dealing with some serious subject matter, but let's talk about that name for a second.

You Can't Win

Your massive tote bag collection is ruining the planet too, pal.

You've probably collected so many reusable bags that they're as disposable as their plastic counterparts.

Men Again

Turns out “toxic masculinity” isn’t just a threat to your dating life, but also the planet.

A new study found that eco-friendliness tends to connote femininity, which everyone knows makes you weak!

RU-4Real

Surprise! Creating barriers to the abortion pill actually just ends up hurting women.

The results are in on the effects of an Ohio Supreme Court ruling that limited access to medication abortion -- and they're not pretty.

Tex-Mess

Texas, keystone of the pro-life movement, sure is seeing a lot of maternal deaths

A new study shows Texas' maternal mortality rate doubling between 2010 and 2014, which the authors deem "highly unusual."

y’all things considered

Texas is still gunning for your reproductive rights

The Lone Star State finds new, creative ways to hinder abortion access.