November 17, 2017

Europe Pledges to Fill Void Left by President Trump’s Climate Change Policy

As the COP23 international climate summit in Bonn, Germany comes to a close, many are making declarations that confirm their commitment to the Paris Agreement, regardless of the US government's stance. Europe, as well as 20 American states, 110 US cities, and 1,400 businesses are stepping in to fill the void that the US government will leave after President Trump's decision to pull out of the Paris Agreement.

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October 25, 2017

Chinese Scientists Develop Saltwater Rice That Could Feed Over 200 Million People

In a stunning agricultural breakthrough, Chinese researchers have stated that they have developed a system for growing rice in saltwater. It's a revolutionary breakthrough that could help feed over 200 million people and boost China's rice production by 20 percent. In the spring, over 200 types of rice were planted in a coastal town in eastern China.

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September 7, 2017

New Hyperrealistic Pastel Drawings by Zaria Forman Capture the Spirit of Antarctica

Working with her signature pastels, Zaria Forman is back with a new set of impressive drawings that cement her status as one of the foremost contemporary landscape artists. Her new set of work was inspired by her time aboard the National Geographic Explorer, as it traveled across Antarctica. The resulting body of work, aptly titled Antarctica, is a set of large-scale pastel drawings filled with hyperrealistic detail that exposes the majesty of this frozen land.

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