How School Shutdowns Have Longterm Effects on Children

How School Shutdowns Have Longterm Effects on Children

But with schools closed for more than 1.3 billion schoolchildren worldwide, natural disasters can provide researchers with useful insight into a question they, and locked-down parents everywhere, are now asking: will the coronavirus shutdown have a long-term impact on children.

How to Die—and Grieve—in 2020

How to Die—and Grieve—in 2020

As soon as TMZ broke the news of Kobe’s death, the entire internet madly ululated.But others were swift to bring up the 2003 incident when he was accused of raping a 19-year-old hotel worker; he ended up settling the court case.

An Artist Takes an Unflinching Look at Her Own Hysterectomy

An Artist Takes an Unflinching Look at Her Own Hysterectomy

Photograph: Elinor CarucciA third of American women undergo hysterectomies, most in their forties, like Carucci.In the book's afterward, she calls red “the color of an angry loss that I feel.”Photograph: Elinor CarucciCarucci—an Israeli American photographer whose award-winning editorial work has appeared in WIRED —isn't one to shut her eyes.

How 9 People Built an Illegal $5M Airbnb Empire in New York

How 9 People Built an Illegal $5M Airbnb Empire in New York

In a lawsuit filed Wednesday, the city names real-estate agent Elvis Tominovic as the central figure in the “lucrative unlawful hotel operation.” The city wants Tominovic and 13 other people and businesses alleged to be involved in the scheme to turn over all revenue, properties, and proceeds from illegal rental activity; pay fines and damages; and shut down their listings.

Cool Green Summer Book Picks 2019

Cool Green Summer Book Picks 2019

I’ll review any book that includes chapters with titles like “Translating an Eely Ionian Monsterfest into Top Predator Decimation: More Than Just a Metaphor.” We need new ways of telling fish stories for the 21st century.

James Holzhauer Finally Lost 'Jeopardy!'—How Did He Stack Up?

James Holzhauer Finally Lost 'Jeopardy!'—How Did He Stack Up?

James Holzhauer Finally Lost Jeopardy! Even his loss is a testament to how he played the game: Holzhauer finally went down not because he whiffed on an outlandish wager, as some had suspected he might.

A low-carbon future must protect the world’s forests

A low-carbon future must protect the world’s forests

To address this deforestation, a forest-smart approach to mining requires strong governance to manage the development and impacts of the mining sector, protect forests on a landscape level, and recognize and protect local community tenure and rights.

Lyft’s Loss Grows, but Execs Say the Bleeding Will Stop Soon

Lyft’s Loss Grows, but Execs Say the Bleeding Will Stop Soon

Lyft shares have fallen more than 20 percent since the IPO.A few business lines weighed down the company in the quarter, executives said. Lyft expects its revenue per active rider to stay flat through the coming summer months—peak scootin’ time, which might steal riders away from the company's higher-margin ride-hail services.

Tesla Is Losing Money Again As Deliveries Decline

Tesla Is Losing Money Again As Deliveries Decline

The company will work on rethinking and refining its delivery strategies throughout the quarter, Musk said, but he advised shareholders not to expect another profit until the second half of the year.

As the World Warms, Clouds Could Disappear—Catastrophically

As the World Warms, Clouds Could Disappear—Catastrophically

This is one of several lines of evidence, Bretherton said, “that would favor the range of predictions that’s 3 to 5 degrees, not the 2- to 3-degree range.” Schneider’s new simulation with Kaul and Pressel improved on Bretherton’s earlier work primarily by connecting what happens in a small patch of stratocumulus cloud to a simple model of the rest of Earth’s climate.

FAO - News Article: The biodiversity that is crucial for our food and agriculture is disappearing by the day

FAO - News Article: The biodiversity that is crucial for our food and agriculture is disappearing by the day

The foundation of our food systems is under severe threat The report points to decreasing plant diversity in farmers’ fields, rising numbers of livestock breeds at risk of extinction and increases in the proportion of overfished fish stocks.

Colloidal Silver Turns You Blue—But Can It Save Your Life?

Colloidal Silver Turns You Blue—But Can It Save Your Life?

Stan Jones, a libertarian politician from Montana, started taking colloidal silver in advance of Y2K, assuming the new millennium would cause a shortage in antibiotics. Oz told Paltrow he uses colloidal silver as a daily throat spray, and so do his kids.

While You Were Offline: Another Glitch in the Wall

While You Were Offline: Another Glitch in the Wall

What Really Happened: The President of the United States started the third week of the government shutdown with what many considered to be a public relations masterstroke: his decision to take his case directly to the American people.

Brazil's Museum Fire Proves Cultural Memory Needs a Digital Backup

Brazil's Museum Fire Proves Cultural Memory Needs a Digital Backup

The CELIN archive contained research into roughly 160 of these languages, estimates Franchetta.Linguist Colleen Fitzgerald, who heads the United States’ National Science Foundation’s project on protecting endangered languages, notes that field work of the type that created the collection in Brazil involves deep collaboration with the communities being studied.

Like to Eat? Then You Should Care About Biodiversity

Like to Eat? Then You Should Care About Biodiversity

Through the implementation of healthy agricultural systems in Colombia, The Nature Conservancy and partners are demonstrating that biodiversity can increase ecosystem’s productivity and its long-term growth.