Shaving? Waxing? Laser removal? What's an overly hirsute mammal to do? Umbra takes this question on the chin.
1970s scholars posited that an “apartheid ecology” excluded people of color from environmentalism. Were they right?
The People's Climate March, planned for NYC on Sept. 21, has a diverse coalition of organizers, from healthcare unions to environmental justice groups.
Because sushi connoisseurs have nearly wiped wild bluefin out, some scientists are trying to domesticate them. But, it turns out, tuna farming is no easy plow.
First up: the great white shark. Or, as Snoop puts it: "Damn, he didn't even chew BLEEEEEP he just swallowed. That's coldblooded, man."
The groups fighting water-service shutoffs in Detroit take a victory lap, though what they have won so far is highly provisional.
Do not try this at home (adding salt to a beautiful gin & tonic, that is).
A few months ago, scientists thought that a strong El Niño could help turn California's epic drought around. Now it looks like that's not going to happen.
Tech incubators, coworking spaces, car-share Teslas, a 40-foot, fire-breathing praying mantis. It's all here. Now all Tony Hsieh needs is some people.
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