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4 Ways to Reduce Back to School Shopping Waste

It’s that time of the year again when families travel in droves to department stores with checklists in hand to… Read more »


Benefits to Ocean Acidification? For Some Species, This Might Be True

Ocean acidification is concerning to say the least. As a result of climate change, the oceans have warmed at an… Read more »


Bugging out: Why You Should Consider Adding Crickets to your Diet

No, this is not an episode of Fear Factor, nor is this a dare that you lost to your best… Read more »

Fermented foods such as kombucha, kefir, yogurt, kimchi, and miso

Can Probiotics Fight Climate Change?

The Microbiome and You If you’re reading this, you almost certainly consider yourself a human. However, less than half of… Read more »

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World Population Day: A Family Planning Timeline

Every year on July 11, we observe World Population Day—a day set aside by the United Nations to focus on… Read more »

What is Responsible Consumerism? A Palm Oil Case Study

Walking through a supermarket, a pharmacy, or most any store, it is clear that we are embedded in a massive… Read more »

Pop Quiz: Russia

Russia has been in the media spotlight a lot lately. Most recently, because they’re hosting this year’s Fifa World Cup.… Read more »

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Summer Book List: 16 Pop-Tastic Reads for Summer Break, 2018 Edition

Summer is almost here and with its arrival, time to catch up on some pleasure reading. So whether you need… Read more »

Beat Plastic Pollution this World Environment Day

Every year, 8 million tons of plastic enter our oceans, threatening marine and human life and destroying natural ecosystems. This… Read more »