Lea Namugerwa, a climate activist from Uganda, asked world leaders that were going to take the podium to speak like they are in an emergency, because that’s what it is.
After Decades of Resistance, Rich Countries Offer Direct Climate Aid – NY Times
Several European leaders at COP27 announced funds to help poor nations recover from loss and damage caused by climate change. The United States was silent. SHARM EL SHEIKH, Egypt — For 30 years, developing nations have been calling for industrialized countries to provide compensation for the costs of devastating storms and droughts caused by climate […]
The Road Not Taken by Bob Leonard
What if, instead of imposing our western culture on indigenous peoples all over the world, we adopted their cultures? We would not be in the mess we are in today.
What’s wrong with the Fourth Industrial Revolution
This article is available at https://theconversation.com/whats-wrong-with-the-fourth-industrial-revolution-188255 In this episode of Pasha, Ruth Castel-Branco, manager of the Future of Work(ers) research project at the University of the Witwatersrand, joins Nanjala Nyabola, a storyteller and political analyst, in taking us through the seductive idea of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Read More
Charcoal-free incense made from waste flowers
Creating lab-grown diamonds in a solar-powered facility
Quantum computer made of 6 super-sized atoms could imitate the brain
Simulations of a quantum computer made of six rubidium atoms suggest it could run a simple brain-inspired algorithm that can learn to remember and make simple decisions Read More