The Arctic Circle: A new frontier for sustainable winebbc.com/travel/article/20220831-the-arctic-circle-a-new-frontier-for-sustainable-wine
Once seen as experimental and at the fringe of what's possible, a commercial wine industry in regions just below the Arctic circle is taking advantage of the warmer summers.
A Museum Security Expert on How to Protect Great Art - The Atlantictheatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2022/10/van-gogh-tomato-soup-national-gallery-london/671764/
A museum-security expert admits that “it’s pretty darn hard to protect a painting from somebody throwing a can of soup at it.”
Europe’s rivers run dry as scientists warn drought could be worst in 500 years | Rivers | The Guardiantheguardian.com/environment/2022/aug/13/europes-rivers-run-dry-as-scientists-warn-drought-could-be-worst-in-500-years
Crops, power plants, barge traffic, industry and fish populations devastated by parched waterways
The Miyawaki Method: A Better Way to Build Forests? | JSTOR Dailydaily.jstor.org/the-miyawaki-method-a-better-way-to-build-forests/
India’s forest production company is following the tenets of the master Japanese botanist, restoring biodiversity in resource-depleted communities.
Here's Exactly How Inefficient Wireless Charging Is | OneZeroonezero.medium.com/wireless-charging-is-a-disaster-waiting-to-happen-48afdde70ed9
Wireless charging is increasingly common in modern smartphones, and there’s even speculation that Apple might ditch charging via a cable entirely in the near future. But the slight convenience of…
How London’s Trees Help Boost the Local Economy - CityLabcitylab.com/environment/2020/03/london-trees-economic-benefits-urban-cooling-carbon/607525/
Shady trees mean less air conditioning and increased worker productivity in the summer months.
The Misogyny of Climate Deniers | The New Republicnewrepublic.com/article/154879/misogyny-climate-deniers
Why do right-wing men hate Greta Thunberg and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez so much? Researchers have some troubling answers to that question.