PERSONAL EMPOWERMENT

Do Women Have More Acute Physical Senses than Men?
by Nancy du Tertre
Women have far greater sensory capacities than men, as a whole, and much of this may be due to the…
Illuminating the Illusions: Practicing Attention & Intention
by Roy Holman
While it is important to accept and learn from our pain and suffering, what can we do to stop…
Let Me Tell You a Little Story: Once, Before Anyone Thought of Time...
by Richard Bach
"Let me tell you a little story," he said. "Once, before anyone thought of time, there was a single…
Let Go of Stereotypes and Smash Your Birthday Ceiling
by Noelle Sterne, Ph.D.
Growing older is inevitable and, as has been said, better than the alternative. Limiting ourselves…

LIVING IN HARMONY

Chamomile Tea May Help Control Diabetes

Chamomile Tea May Help Control Diabetes

Richard Blackburn, University of Leeds
How to Build New Bone... Naturally
by Maryon Stewart
Many women assume that when their menopause symptoms stop, they are on safe ground. Sadly, we face…
New USB-C Charger Rule Shows How EU Regulators Make Decisions For The World
by Renaud Foucart, Lancaster University
Have you ever borrowed a friend’s charger only to find it is not compatible with your phone? Or…
How To Keep Numbers From Tripping You Up During The Pandemic
by Ellen Peters, University of Oregon
An endless swirl of numbers – case counts, infection rates, vaccine efficacy – can leave you…
How To Start A Business: A Beginner's Guide By An Expert In Strategy
by Lianne Taylor
2020 was the Chinese Year of the Rat – associated with the “rat-like qualities” of quick thinking…

SOCIAL CONSCIOUSNESS

How Businesses Can Walk the Talk on Social and Economic Challenges
by Simon Pek and Sébastien Mena
Businesses are facing increasing pressures to tackle social and environmental challenges like…
7 Ways to Change the World and Our Communities
by Cormac Russell and John McKnight
Aside from connecting for neighborliness, what other functions do vibrant neighborhoods undertake?…
What Am I Supposed To Do About All This Really Bad Climate Stuff?
by Phoebe Quinn, and Katitza Marinkovic Chavez
Many young people feel anxious, powerless, sad and angry about climate change. Although there are…
Why Has Inequality Been Growing in the US and Around The World
by Fatema Z. Sumar
U.S. income inequality grew in 2021 for the first time in a decade, according to data the Census…

AT THE BRINK

How Democracies Around The World Are Using New Rules To Make It Harder To…
by Dafydd Townley
Attempts to stop voters getting to polling stations, increase waiting times to place a ballot or…
Why The Future Is More Big Snow Storms
by Michael A. Rawlins
It’s hard for most people to imagine 6 feet of snow in one storm, like the Buffalo area saw over…
Honeybee Lifespan Could Be Half What It Was 50 Years Ago
by Dave Goulson
A new paper shows how the lifespan of the adult honeybee appears to have shrunk by nearly 50% in…
4 Ways Climate Disruption and Population Growth Threaten Public Health
by Maureen Lichtveld
There are questions that worry me profoundly as a population- and environmental-health scientist.

Attitude & Behavior
Democracy & Activism
US Embassy photo by Vince Alongi

A Long And Unfinished Road to Democracy

David Morris, Institute for Local Self-Reliance
Environment & Climate
Flooding in Houston, April 18, 2016. Laurence Simon/Flickr, CC BY-SA

Has Climate Change Really Improved U.S. Weather?

Kevin Trenberth, National Center for Atmospheric Research
China Gets Serious As It Clamps Down On Coal
by Kieran Cooke, Climate News Network
Shrimps Are Sounding The Ocean Acidity Alarm
by Tim Radford, Climate News Network

New Attitudes - New Possibilities

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