The platform’s algorithm regularly surfaces videos promoting climate denial in response to queries about climate change. YouTube is helping spread misinformation about climate change. Source: Pexels Chances are, if you’re under 25, you’ve grown
David Karpf went viral for calling a New York Times columnist a bedbug — and he hopes people can learn something about climate deniers from it. It’s been a week since David Karpf first went
A recent study asked people to guess someone’s sexual orientation based on how well they take care of the Earth. Janet K. Swim has focused a lot of her research on human
Engineers are fighting sea level rise with dikes, altered rivers and massive pumping stations, and guard against ever-worsening floods. The inhabitants of the Netherlands have been fighting floods for thousands of years.
In June of 1968, Dartmouth valedictorian James Newton devoted his commencement speech to the foremost issue of his time: the Vietnam war. Calling the conflict a “vast international atrocity,” Newton urged his
“There’s a toxic peer culture on climate neglect. Five to 10 years from now they won’t believe the silence we’re seeing right now.” Burning book pages aren’t supposed to rain from the sky.
It’s hard to talk about mood without invoking the weather. When people are cheerful and happy, their outlook is “sunny.” But when they are sad or depressed, the world seems “dark” and