New Yorker, Jade Lozada, is using her aware winning poetry to raise awareness about climate change issues.
- Associated Press
When drastic increases in food costs spurred by the COVID-19 pandemic left Andrew Caplinger struggling to find fresh catfish for his restaurants, he decided to try “an experimental” solution — growing his own. In the coming months, the Indianapolis restaurant chain Caplinger’s Fresh Catch Seafood will begin sourcing its second most popular menu item from fish ponds at his 28-acre farm in southern Indiana. It’s a move that could increase local appetite for fish, Caplinger said.
- Business Insider
A pair of orcas are hunting great white sharks to eat their livers, causing the species to flee the coast of South Africa
Great white sharks off the coast of South Africa are being preyed upon by two killer whales, causing them to flee en masse, according to a new study.
- VC Star | Ventura County Star
California cities have a slew of restrictions to save water amid the extreme drought. Here's what is happening in Ventura County.
- Raleigh News and Observer
“They have amazing, piercing green eyes, and they really fix you with them.”
The legacy automaker has just made a decision that will affect consumers buying its electric vehicles via a lease.
- The Conversation
Physicists hunt for room-temperature superconductors that could revolutionize the world's energy system
Wind turbines and solar panels in Southern California. 4kodiak/E+ via Getty ImagesWaste heat is all around you. On a small scale, if your phone or laptop feels warm, that’s because some of the energy powering the device is being transformed into unwanted heat. On a larger scale, electric grids, such as high power lines, lose over 5% of their energy in the process of transmission. In an electric power industry that generated more than US0 billion in 2018, that’s a tremendous amount of wasted mone
- Palm Beach Daily News
Frank Cerabino's column: How PBSO needs to do a better job selling the public on the menace caused by wandering young bear killed in Royal Palm Beach
- Good Morning America
A teenage girl who survived a shark attack at a Florida beach recounted that her first instinct was to punch the fish in the nose. The teen was scalloping in water approximately 5 feet deep near Grassy Island, just of Keaton Beach, when she was bitten by the shark, according to the Taylor County Sheriff's Office. Addison's brother, Rhett Willingham, a firefighter and emergency medical technician, raced to help her.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
'I saw how a yard could be.' Couple turned acres of farm fields into 3 prairies in the Town of Eagle
Jean and Tom Weedman found a mission after retiring from teaching: turning land into prairie. They bought 5 acres in the Town of Eagle and got to work
- Yahoo Life
Combat the rise of plastics with this environmentally-friendly cleaning alternative that will help you clean your home sustainably.
- The Columbus Dispatch
While gardeners enjoy seeing wildlife and don't mind a little garden damage, there are ways to stop them from treating your plants like a smorgasbord.
- Portsmouth Herald
Heavy rains. Less snow. Up to 60 days of extreme heat, every year by the end of the century.
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In Phoenix, temperatures are rising at an alarming rate due to climate change — but Mayor Kate Gallego has a plan to cool things down. As the summer months bring deadly temperatures, the newly created Office of Heat Response and Mitigation — the first of its kind in the U.S. — has been charged with easing the burden for Phoenix’s most at-risk residents and developing plans to ensure America’s hottest city remains livable.
- Idaho Statesman
Hikers should be careful of protective animals, officials warned
In an effort to protect skinny, pregnant and endangered killer whales this summer, commercial whale-watching boats are under an emergency order to stay a half nautical mile away from southern resident orcas.
- The Tennessean
Most bighead carp are dull grey in color but this one had dazzling white and yellow features
- Delaware Online | The News Journal
Of Delaware's 19 snake species, you're likely to only see four of them. Only one is venomous. Learn more about them and how to identify them
In the 1990 horror comedy Tremors (now streaming on Peacock!), Valentine McKee (Kevin Bacon), Earl Bassett (Fred Ward), and the rest of the residents of Perfection, Nevada, find themselves at the mercy of a strange species of massive underground worms. The animals, not-so-lovingly referred to as Graboids, tunnel their way through the Earth in search of anything they can fit inside their gaping mouths. While we don’t expect them to be quite so large, we’re comfortable with the notion of predatory
While intentionally dramatic in its presentation, Bee Movie highlights the intertwined and crucial relationship between flowering plants and pollinators. Flowering plants rely on pollinators to help spread their reproductive materials and ensure the next generation. In exchange, bees gather excess pollen for food. For many bees, pollen is the only food source for larvae, and remains an important source of nutrients for adults. When plants and bees fall out of sync with one another, the results c
Swiss businesses would be first to have energy rationed in the event of supply shortages, Energy Minister Simonetta Sommaruga told the SonntagsZeitung, warning that the government cannot guarantee there will always be enough gas to go around. Landlocked Switzerland gets its gas via trading hubs in neighbouring countries in the European Union, so disruptions there would also affect Switzerland. Switzerland has relatively low demand for gas, which covers around 15% of total energy consumption.