“The people finally woke up” – and will no longer turn back to sleep. The phrase heard from the four corners of Brazil, this Monday, was the summary of what was seen everywhere: it was past midnight and thousands of people remained in the streets – and on the social networks – sharing emotions, images and memories of a day that has already become history in the country. Read more
In a surprise move, the North Pacific Fishery Management Council votes to consider protection for Bering Sea Canyons. Read more about how this happened and what it's got to do with a thermal airship | Read more
You may have heard the news that the USDA found genetically engineered wheat in an Oregon field. The USDA has never approved genetically engineered wheat for US farming so how did it get here? According to officials, the wheat is the same strand of a tested seed from Monsanto 10 years ago. This discovery is problematic for US agriculture trade as the US exports half of its wheat crop, and several countries do not accept genetically engineered crops.