Climate change, global warming, impending doom — call it what you like. But it’s real, it’s happening and it’s all our fault.
Today is National Nonprofit Day. As you’re donating to your favorite org or volunteering your time, don’t forget all of…
To save their future, these teens took on Uncle Sam.
What are your deal breakers? Could you be with someone who doesn’t recycle? On Valentine’s Day, our teen journalists share the traits they couldn’t tolerate in a significant other.
On a gray and rainy Monday near Oakland’s Lake Merritt, hundreds of people gathered at the The California Climate Leadership Forum to discuss climate initiatives statewide. The event hosted a large number of speakers on the issue of climate change, including California’s Governor Jerry Brown and the President of the University of California, Janet Napolitano.
The year is 20XX: Dallas is covered in 30 inches of snow, San Francisco is experiencing mild tornadoes, and Greenland has become a tropical paradise. At least, this is what inhabitants of possible futures are saying in the new alternate reality game, Future Coast.
A group of twenty six states, including California, released new K-12 science education standards this week, called The Next Generation Science Standards.
Two big takeaways include: tackling controversial issues to “combat widespread scientific ignorance,” and emphasizing scientific and engineering practices (instead of just skills) — like planning and carrying out investigations, and engaging in argument from evidence.