If you're talking about sustainable decisions at home, toilet paper can be a great conversation piece! In 2019 and 2020, the National Resources Defense Council graded the most climate-friendly tissue products. We're looking froward to The Issue with Tissue 3.0!
Founded in 2014, Lady Science is a magazine for the history and popular culture of science. They publish unique stories on women and gender across the sciences.
Recent features include an article on Sylvia Earle, the first person to walk, untethered, on the ocean floor, and on the environmental activism of breast cancer patients.
How effective is planting trees at accomplishing climate change goals, wildlife habitat restoration, alleviation of poverty, community health enhancement, and how strong is the evidence for this effectiveness? Explore the detailed findings in an interactive infographic.
Ruth Plenty Sweetgrass-She Kills, PhD and Jennifer Harrington, MS, two Native American women in STEM fields, share their experiences and a few components in the complex and multi-layered process of creating more inclusive spaces in STEM for Native Americans.