Glass Wings Blog: Subject Index

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The $1 billion Great Barrier Reef funding is nonsensical. Australians, and their natural wonder, deserve so much better
1 billion people left dangerously exposed to heat stress by gaps in climate monitoring
$1 billion solar project planned on former Starfire coal mine in Eastern Kentucky
1 in 10 women report disrespectful or abusive care in childbirth
1 in 3 people are lonely. Will AI help, or make things worse?
1 in 3 young adults is lonely – and it affects their mental health
1 in 4 adults think smacking is necessary to ‘properly raise’ kids. But attitudes are changing
1 in 4 Australians is lonely. Quality green spaces in our cities offer a solution
1 in 4 households struggle to pay power bills. Here are 5 ways to tackle hidden energy poverty
1 in 5 Australian workers have non-compete clauses, making it harder to get better paid jobs: new survey
1 in 5 deaths caused by fossil fuel emissions
1 in 5 fossil fuel projects overshoot their original estimations for emissions. Why are there such significant errors?
The 1 percent are parasites: Debunking the lies about free enterprise, trickle-down, capitalism and celebrity entrepreneurs
1 year and 700 lives lost, but Indian protestors have succeeded in repealing anti-farming laws
1,000 acres of forest to be returned to Onondaga Nation in historic lake cleanup agreement
1,000 Deaths In Custody Went Unreported Last Year Because US Justice System Doesn’t Care About The People It Jails
1,000 True Fans
1,374 Days: My life with long Covid
1-click Award
1.5 billion fewer plastic bags used in Colorado thanks to fee, Boulder recycling center estimates
The 1.5C climate goal died at Cop27 – but hope must not
The 1.5℃ global warming limit is not impossible – but without political action it soon will be
1.6 Billion Disposable Masks Entered Our Oceans in 2020
1.7 million foxes, 300 million native animals killed every year: now we know the damage foxes wreak
10 Amazing Artists In Ukraine You Can Support Right Now
10 Animals That Are No Longer On the Endangered Species List
10 Australian companies have embraced the 4-day week. Here’s what they say about it
10 Best Classic Animated Shows From Europe
The 10 Best Conservation And Environment Books Of 2016
10 Best Indie RPG Games for Linux in 2022
The 10 biggest physics and astronomy lies from 2023
10 books about residential schools to read with your kids
10 cleaning mistakes you’re probably making at home
10 Countries Making The Most Progress On The UN's Sustainable Development Goals
10 Cutest Baby Animals of the Desert
10 Dragon Sweets For Everyone Missing Game Of Thrones
[Bulk] 10 Egg-Shaped Tech Gadgets
10 Egg-Shaped Tech Gadgets
10 Facts That Prove the World Is in a Climate Emergency
$10 for a table and eight chairs: why tip shops are Australia’s DIY treasure troves
10 Great Novels That Aren't About What You Heard They Were About
10 images show just how attractive Australian shopping strips can be without cars
10 interesting things about ecosystems
10 Little Known Relatives of Famous Animals
10 million animals die on our roads each year. Here’s what works (and what doesn’t) to cut the toll
10 Mind-Blowing Dollar Tree DIYs You Have To See To Believe - And Even Then It's Iffy
10 More Female Superheroes who Deserve a Movie
The 10 most beautiful ceilings in the world
10 Movie Mistakes So Perfect They Were Left In
10 of Europe’s most scenic train journeys
10 of the best railway journeys in Italy
The 10 Punniest Cosplays Of Dragon Con 2016
10 Real-Life Animal Husbandry Techniques That Alien Zoos Will Use On Us
10 Really Weird Crow Facts
10 Rules For Making A Modern Transgender Superhero
10 SFF Books Written by Women of Color That Will Change Your Worldview Completely
10 Signs You're a Crazy Cat Person!
10 Things I Didn’t Know About Steve Jobs
10 things you want to know about human nature if you’re fighting climate change
10 Timeless Gadgets
10 times this year the Webb telescope blew us away with new images of our stunning universe
10 virtual tours of spectacular buildings around the world
10 ways the climate crisis and nature loss are linked
10 Ways To Alter Your Brain
10 Wedding Cakes For Book Lovers
The 10 Weirdest And Most Wonderful Libraries In The World
10 years of "FTL": The making of an enduring spaceship simulator
10 Years of iFixit Europe
10 years of Opportunity: Celebrating the rover’s role on Mars and Earth
10 Years with Hayao Miyazaki
10+ Animals That Look Like They’re About To Drop The Hottest Albums Of The Year
10+ Hilarious Entries To The 2017 Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards
10+ Incredible Before & After Street Art Transformations That’ll Make You Say Wow
10+ Rare Animal Babies You’ve Probably Never Seen Before
10+ Simple But Clever Charts And Infographics By Stephen Wildish
10+ Times People Accidentally Googled The Wrong Thing, And The Results Were Hilarious
10+ Unbelievable Balloon Animals By Japanese Artist Masayoshi Matsumoto
10,000 Hours With Claude Shannon: How A Genius Thinks, Works, and Lives
10,000 wax cylinders digitized and free to download
10,000th message!
The 10-year-old super-collector of bottles and cans set to cash in
The 100 best photographs ever taken without photoshop
The 100 best science fiction books of 2023
The 100 Best Science Photos of 2019
100 Best Sitcoms of All Time
The 100 Best, Worst, and Strangest Sherlock Holmes Portrayals of All-Time, Ranked
The 100 Jokes That Shaped Modern Comedy
100 most remembered toys of the past
100 visualizations from a single dataset with 6 data points
100 ways to slightly improve your life without really trying
100 Year Old Self-Playing Violin - "The Eighth Wonder Of the World"
100 years ago, this man discovered an exquisite parrot thought to be extinct. What came next is a tragedy we must not repeat
100 years of Big Content fearing technology—in its own words
100 years of radio in Africa: from propaganda to people’s power
100% Electric Ferry Crossing | Fully Charged 4k
100+ Makers eco-hack the future with open-source prototypes for a fossil-free, zero waste society
100,000 years and counting: how do we tell future generations about highly radioactive nuclear waste repositories?
The 100-year capitalist experiment that keeps Appalachia poor, sick, and stuck on coal
100-Year-Old Theatre Converted Into Stunning Bookstore
1000 People of Dance
The 101 Dumbest Moments in Business 2004
10th anniversary of the Guerilla Open Access Manifesto
The 10th annual Interactive Fiction competition
11 Asian, S American nations sign declaration to save rare river dolphins
The 11 Greatest Science Fiction-Themed Bands
11 Neon Cakes For Our Inner 90s Kids
11 of the Most Unusual Elevators
11 Situations You Take for Granted Every Day That Prove the World Is Cissexist
11 steps to a better brain
11 Ways White America Avoids Taking Responsibility for its Racism
11,000 Signatures Wasn’t Enough to Keep Eric Lundgren Out of Prison
The 11-Year Quest to Create Disappearing Colored Bubbles
111 Trees Per Daughter Changed This Village’s Future
1150 Free Online Courses from Top Universities
116 years of stop-motion animation in 3 minutes
12 Amazing Staircases Around the World
12 Coolest Steampunk Gadgets
12 Cutest Finger Drawings
The $12 Gongkai Phone
12 Letters That Didn’t Make the Alphabet
12 Penguin Portraits Show Off Big Personalities
12 Questions on Game Design
12 Things I Noticed While Reading Every Short Story Published in 2014–15 — Electric Literature
12 Trump Attacks on the Environment Since the Election
12 Ways the Inflation Reduction Act Will Benefit Birds and People
12 ways to phase fossil fuels out of your life
12,000 Km On The Weirdest Electric Vehicles Yet!!
125-degree heat index: Puerto Rico faces 'dangerous situation' due to record-breaking conditions
128,000 Dominoes Were Arranged In A Pattern. The Chain Reaction That Follows Is Mind Boggling
The 13 Greatest Science Fiction Comedies Of All Time
13 Ingenious Treehouses That Go Out on a Limb
13 Space Photos To Remind You The Universe Is Incredible
13 things that do not make sense
13 Virtual Train Rides From Around the World That You Can Experience Right Now (Video)
The 13 Webbiest Papercraft on the Internet
13,000 People From the Niger Delta Just Sued Shell for Years of Oil Spills
Fwd: 13,000 satellites
13.3 inch Android e-reader
1300 recycled electric vehicle batteries used for biggest grid-scale storage system of its kind
138 LINCOLN ROAD Croydon For Sale
14 Cats Whose Favorite Pillow Happens To Be A Dog
14 Fascinating Color Photographs of Germany in the Late 19th Century
14 MPs turn up to discuss UN report on 14 million people living in poverty
14 Years Later, "Piracy is Progressive Taxation" still rings true
14% of world’s coral lost in less than a decade, study shows
15 ancient civilizations you’ve never heard of
15 Award-Winning Photos From The Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2013
15 incredible images from the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition
$15 million land purchase to protect 8,000 acres of America’s Amazon in south Alabama
The 15 Most Peaceful Countries in the World
15 Natural Wonders
15 Observations from 15 Days in Japan
15 Pieces of Funny and Sarcastic Street Art by Mobstr
15 Popular Movie Poster Cliches
15 recent sci-fi books that forever shaped the genre
15 Sci-Fi Books That Don't Take Place In A Bleak Dystopian Reality
15 things I learnt about Islam and British values being a gay boy living opposite a mosque.
15 wishes for 2023: Trailblazers tell how they'd make life on Earth a bit better
15 Wonderfully Weird Kids' Halloween Costumes To Renew Your Faith In Humanity
15+ Reasons Why You Should Visit Japan
15,000 scientists give catastrophic warning about the fate of the world in new ‘letter to humanity’
15,000 Scientists Warn Society Could 'Collapse' This Century In Dire Climate Report
The 150 Greatest Science Fiction Movies of All Time
150 Most Legendary Restaurants in the World & Their Iconic Dishes
The 15th Japanese Film Festival
16 Authentic Portraits Of Native Americans Posing In Traditional Regalia
16 Fun Facts That Will Warp Your Sense of Time
16 Gingerbread Houses to Feed Your Inner Nerd
16 States Made It Harder To Vote This Year. But 26 Made It Easier.
16 Things We Learned After a Day at 'Weird Al' Yankovic's House
16-Year-Old Reveals America's Real Dress-Code Problem
16th Century Bookwheels, the E-Readers of the Renaissance, Get Brought to Life by 21st Century Designers
17 Years After Being Convicted of a Grisly Murder in Vegas, Kirstin Lobato Sees Her Charges Dismissed
17-Year-Old Invents Low-Cost Machine Learning Software That Can Detect Elephant Poachers
18 million trees planted in Fiji so far since 2019
18 Scientists On What They Actually Think About Climate Change
18,000 Years Ago, The 'Zealandia Switch' Decimated Earth's Glaciers. Has It Returned?
18,065 km rail routes electrified in six years from 2014 to 2020
The 1860s Bar
19 Amazing Caterpillar Transformations
19 Jobseekers For Every Job: The Unemployed Elephant in the Room
19 Wholesome Comics About A Mage Who’s All About Friendship
19-year-old girl hugs her father with two arms for the first time after being given bionic limb
1918: Court Refuses to Fine Woman in Man’s Attire
1939 All Over Again
1958 FACOM 128B Japanese Relay Computer, still working!
1968 Article "Spock: Teenage Outcast"
The 1968 sci-fi that spookily predicted today
1970s Pachimon Postcards
19th Annual "Xmas Price Index"
1st Plastics Pollution Weather Forecast Predicts 88 Pounds of Microplastic Over Paris


2 biggest threats to wombats revealed in new data gathered by citizen scientists
2,000-year-old arch in Caesarea aqueduct collapses; official: ‘We sounded the alarm’
2,100 fursuits in one photo!
2,500 Museums You Can Now Visit Virtually
2.7 million medical calls breached in Sweden, and it's pure comedy
20 Amazing True Facts About Introverts and Extroverts
20 animated gifs that explain how things work
The 20 best science images of the year?
20 Geeky Christmas Decorations
20 new species found, and lost wildlife rediscovered, in the Bolivian Andes
20 things we could do right now to prevent the wave of natural disasters, poverty, and pollution to come
20 Times Tumblr Users Reported Back From the Real World
20 tools and apps for digital journalists
20 underwater photos that illuminate creatures dwelling in the dark depths
20 years after the publication of ‘Purple Hibiscus,’ a generation of African writers have followed in Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s footsteps
20 years after U.S. invasion, young Iraqis see signs of hope
20 years ago, vast bushfires razed Canberra’s suburbs – and bushfire science was never the same
20 years in the making: witnessing the Dwoort Baal Kaat songline’s incredible return to Noongar Country
20 years of Maputo Protocol: A success story for women's rights in Africa
20 years of orange cones: The history of VLC
20 years on, George W. Bush’s promise of democracy in Iraq and Middle East falls short
20 years on, the International Criminal Court is doing more good than its critics claim
20% of Australian students don’t finish high school: non-mainstream schools have a lot to teach us about helping kids stay
20% of scientific papers on genes contain gene name conversion errors caused by Excel
20+ Breathtaking Photos Of Animal Migration
20+ Of The Most Famous Cats On The Internet
20+ Unusual Animal Friendships That Are Absolutely Adorable
20,000th post!
20-foot dinosaur made from balloons by airigami
200 and counting: Global financial institutions are exiting coal
200 experts dissected the Black Summer bushfires in unprecedented detail. Here are 6 lessons to heed
The 200 Greatest Adventure Novels of All Time
200 million trees
The 200-year-old painting that puts Europe's fear of migrants to shame
2004 Baltimore Kinetic Sculpture Race photos
2004 Ig Nobel prize awards
2004 Year-End Google Zeitgeist
2005 Bulwer-Lytton Fiction Contest Results
2005 Ig Nobel Prizes
the 2005 International Submarine Races
2005 Star Wars Fan Film Awards
2006 Brisbane trip photos
2006 Ig Nobel Prize Winners
2007 Darwin Awards
2007 Ig Nobel Awards
2007 US trip photos - final
2008 Ig Nobel Prize Winners
2008 Interactive Fiction Competition winners
The 2009 AAAS/Science Dance Contest
?: The 2009 AAAS/Science Dance Contest
2009 Ig Nobel Prize Winners
2010 Bulwer-Lytton Contest results
2010 Ig Nobel Prize Winners
2011 Bulwer-Lytton Contest results
2011 Ig Nobel Prize Winners
2012 Bulwer-Lytton Fiction Contest winners
2012 Ig Nobel prize winners
2012 Melbourne International Animation Festival
The 2013 Ig Nobel Prize Winners
2013 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest
The 2015 Holiday Fantasy Bundle
2016 AICP Sponsor Reel - Dir Cut
The 2016 Ig Nobel Prize Winners
2016 National Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year
The 2017 comedy wildlife photography awards
The 2017 Ig Nobel Prize Winners
2017 Nikon Macro Photo Contest Winners Show The World Like You’ve Never Seen Before
2019 Hugo Award Finalists Announced
The 2019 Ig Nobel Prize Winners
2019 Winners of the Bulwer Lytton Fiction Contest
The 2019–2020 Australian forest fires are a harbinger of decreased prescribed burning effectiveness under rising extreme conditions
2020 Ig Nobel Awards celebrate the not-so-serious side of science
The 2021 Ig Nobel Prize Winners
2021 was one of the hottest years on record – and it could also be the coldest we’ll ever see again
2021 Was the Year Cargo Shipping Pivoted Green
2022 Comedy Wildlife Photo finalists – in pictures
2022 in Review: >8 Million Trees Planted on >24,000 Acres
2022 on Track to Break Grim Record as Earth Becomes an "Atlas of Human Suffering"
The 2022 Oregon Legislature: Significant Victories for Forests, Waters, and Wildlife; Disappointment on Climate
2022 Photomicrography Competition
2022 was a good year for nature in Australia – but three nasty problems remain
2022 wasn’t the year of Cleopatra – so why was she the most viewed page on Wikipedia?
2022 Whitley wildlife conservation award winners announced
THE 2022 WINNERS - Travel Photographer of the Year
2022 Winners | The Bulwer-Lytton Fiction Contest
2022: Australia’s year of living forgetfully
The 2023 BirdLife Australia photography awards – in pictures
The 2023 Hugo Award Winners Are Here
2023 in Review: A Year of Progress for Oceans, the Environment, and Science
2023 Locus Awards Winners
The 2023 Nature Conservancy photo contest winners – in pictures
2023 ocean photographer of the year – in pictures
2023 Open Standards Survey
2023 smashes record for world’s hottest year by huge margin
2023 Stuck At Prom Winners
2023 was the first year without elephant poaching in Republic of Congo National Park
2023 was the year of generative AI. What can we expect in 2024?
2023 Winners | The Bulwer-Lytton Fiction Contest
2023's most mind-bending puzzle game gives you a magic camera and invites you to break the world
2023: The Year Of AI Panic
2023’s public domain is a banger
The 2024 election is going to be wildly transphobic
2024's public domain is a banger
2040 review
20°C seems the optimal temperature for life on Earth to thrive – what does this mean in a warming world?
21 amazing things cities are doing to fight the climate crisis
21 Delicious Geometric Food Gradients by Artist Adam Hillman
21 kids sued the government over climate change. A federal court dismissed the case.
The 21 Most Touching Interspecies Friendships You Never Thought Possible
21 species removed from endangered list due to extinction, U.S. wildlife officials say
21 Species Removed From The Endangered Species Act Due To Extinction
21 Things That Made the World a Better Place in 2021
The 21 things you learn in your first year in Melbourne
21 Unexpectedly Clever Tattoos That Will Actually Make You Laugh
The 21st Century’s Horsemen of the Apocalypse: The Big Four Deep Drivers of Destabilization
22 Boops That Changed The World In 2013
22 Musicals In 12 Minutes w/ Lin Manuel Miranda & Emily Blunt
23 Moments
23 Unbelievable Places
The 23andMe data breach reveals the vulnerabilities of our interconnected data
$245-million initiative to create and maintain protected areas in Colombia
25 Awesome Furniture Design Ideas For Cat Lovers
The 25 Best Feel-Good Not Always Right Stories Of 2020!
25 Famous Authors Share Their Worst Moments
25 gorgeous nebula photos that capture the beauty of the universe
The 25 Greatest Science Fiction Tropes, Ranked
25 indie games that should be on your radar
25 Mind-Twisting Optical Illusion Paintings By Rob Gonsalves
25 myths and bad arguments about climate change
25 sources of free public domain books
25 Years Ago I Coined the Phrase “Triple Bottom Line.” Here’s Why It’s Time to Rethink It.
25 Years Later, Neopets Is Finally Going Back to Basics
25 Years of Linux — so far
25% of wild bee species have gone missing since the 1990s, study finds
🎉 25,000 posts! 🎉
259 LGBTQ characters in cartoons that bust the myth that kids can't handle inclusion
26 years ago, Howard chose fossil fuels over the Pacific. What will Albanese choose?
28 Months Later
280 million e-bikes are slashing oil demand far more than electric vehicles
2D Animated Short Film "JOHANNE"- Fantastic Adventure Animation by Anna-Ester Volozh
2nd gig


3 Animals That Are Smarter Than You Thought
3 Enchanting Japanese Words That Will Brighten Your Day
3 exciting ways to cut shipping’s ridiculously big carbon footprint
3 key moments in Indigenous political history Victorian school students didn’t learn about
3 lessons from Australia’s ‘climate wars’ and how we can finally achieve better climate policy
3 little-known reasons why plastic recycling could actually make things worse
3 New Kinds of Open Source: DNA, Journalism, Shoes
3 orthopaedic surgeries that might be doing patients (and their pockets) more harm than good
3 reasons people with power are more likely to make bad decisions
3 reasons why removing grazing animals from Australia’s arid lands for carbon credits is a bad idea
3 things a climate scientist wants world leaders to know ahead of COP27
3 Things to Keep Me From Rolling My Eyes at Your White Privilege
3 Things You Can Do to Help Avoid Climate Disaster
3 types of denial that allow Australians to feel OK about how we treat refugees
3 ways app developers keep kids glued to the screen – and what to do about it
3 ways the Albanese government can turn Australia into a renewable energy superpower – without leaving anyone behind
3 ways the fossil fuel industry failed women (and how clean energy can learn from its mistakes)
3 ways these latest Iran demonstrations are different to past protests
3 ways to prepare for bushfire season if you have asthma or another lung condition
3 ways ‘algorithmic management’ makes work more stressful and less satisfying
3 ways ‘bossware’ surveillance technology is turning back the management clock
3,000 mourners pay final respects to cat stationmaster Tama
3,200 deaths a year: 1 of many reasons air pollution in Australia demands urgent national action
3,800-km Cable Offers Glimpse of a Global Power Grid
3-D Technologies Help The Blind Experience Art More Fully
The 3-ladder system of social class in the U.S.
3.3 million US adults displaced by natural disasters in past year – survey
The "3.5% rule": How a small minority can change the world
3.93-Feet: Omar The Maine Coon Cat Might Be World's Longest Cat
The 30 Best Data Visualizations of 2023 [Examples]
30 Captivating Ceilings That Would Be An Honor To Lie Under
30 Days Of Sexism
The 30 Greatest Animal Photobombs Of 2013
30 of the Most Amazing University Museums
30 Photographs of the Most Beautiful Places in the World
30 Sloth Problems Illustrated By Japanese Artist Keigo
30 Things You Should Know About “Weird Al” Yankovic’s ‘Dare to Be Stupid’
30 Women Share The Times They Were Completely Ignored In Favor Of Men, Despite Being Clients
30 years of LGBTQ+ history in Russia: from decriminalisation in 1993 to ‘extremist’ status in 2023
30 years of the web down under: how Australians made the early internet their own
30 years of winning love by daylight: why audiences are still obsessed with Sailor Moon
30-Second Bunnies Theatre
300 Cats, Yes. Craziness, No.
300 Million Home Sales Prove It: Wind Turbines Don’t Kill Property Values After All
30–50 feral hogs? Why Twitter memes are more positive (and much faster) than you might think
32- and 64-bit ARM Open Hardware Boards
33 million kids vaccinated against polio in southern Africa
34 Lost Cities Forgotten by Time
35 Amazing Examples Of Long Exposure Photography
$35 Billion Worth of Real Estate Could Be Underwater by 2050
35 Great Visualizations
35 Humorous Food Art That This Artist Made By Adding Funny Faces On Top Of Her Creations
350 years of the Royal Society go online
35m Mythbusters interview at RSA conference 2009
36 Crazy Fashion and Runway Trends
36 year-old DESTROYS 29-year-old millennial who “ripped” 25-year-old Yelp employee who got fired after complaining about her salary
360in360: a couple’s 360-day journey to encapsulate Australia’s natural beauty
37 silent film plots
37 Surreal Photo Manipulations By Zulkarnain Ismail That Challenge Logic
37 Times When One Tiny Grammar Or Spelling Fail Ruined EVERYTHING
38 Bizarre and Hilarious Pictures Show How Funny Victorian Life Was
The $3bn bargain: how China dominates Pacific mining, logging and fishing
3D chalk art by Chris Carlson
3D fractals: The "Mandelbulb"
3D Gaussian Splatting for Real-Time Radiance Field Rendering
3D Hypertext and Project Xanadu
3D Printed Extreme Reduction Gearing Device Offers Exponential Force of 1 by 11 Million
3D Printed Record
3D printer and costume
3D scanning: we recreated a sacred South African site in a way that captures its spirit
3D video mapping projection brings buildings alive
The 3D-Printed Affordable Housing of the Future Will Be Recyclable
3D-printed fish fillet ‘created for the first time’
3D-printed math and science sculptures
3DS, Wii U eShop Shutdown Leaves Archivists In The Wind, Hobbyists Pick Up The Pieces
3M reaches historic settlement over PFAS contamination
3rd Annual C-U Edible Book Festival
3rd Annual Pretend to Be a Time Traveller Day


4 assumptions about gender that distort how we think about climate change (and 3 ways to do better)
4 creepy crawlies you’ll see more of this wet summer – and one iconic beetle you’ll probably miss
4 lessons for the Albanese government in making its climate targets law. We can’t afford to get this wrong
4 out of 5 parents support teaching gender and sexuality diversity in Australian schools
4 Pandemic Responses That Changed Life for the Better
4 reasons not teaching evolution in schools is immoral
4 Things That Struck Me After Visiting Political Spaces in 14 US Cities
4 things to know about Moldova and Transnistria – and why Russia’s war may spread beyond Ukraine to reach them soon
4 Ways Mountains Are Affected By Anthropogenic Climate Change
4 ways the world messed up its pandemic response — and 3 fixes to do better next time
4 ways to bring down rent and build homes faster than Labor’s $10 billion housing fund
4 ways to get people to care about the ocean
4 ways to understand why Australia is so cold right now despite global warming
4 ways we can change our behaviour to adapt to the climate crisis
4-Billion-Pixel Panorama From Curiosity Rover Brings Mars to Your Computer Screen
4-day work week trials have been labelled a ‘resounding success’. But 4 big questions need answers
40 Photographs By Steve McCurry That Explore The Relationship Between Humans And Animals
40 Times People Saw Hilarious Puns And Just Had To Share Them
40 years ago, protesters were celebrated for saving the Franklin River. Today they could be jailed for months
40 Years of Weird: Al Yankovic’s Biggest Moments
40% of world’s plant species at risk of extinction
40+ Ideas to Inspire Your Project of Earth
€400 monthly payment to be given to households who take in Ukrainian refugees
400,000 trees planted in roadwork schemes have died
400,000 women over 45 are at risk of homelessness in Australia
40th birthday party invitation!
40th birthday party NEW DATE AND TIME
42 Geeky Resolutions You'll Actually Want To Keep
42nd birthday party invitation!
45 places you can download tens of thousands books, plays and other literary texts completely legally for free
45 Years Ago, One Kids Book Series Taught A Generation How To Make Bad Decisions
46 Books that Changed the World
4chan: The Skeleton Key to the Rise of Trump
4K? (yes) Drones? (yes): BBC brings out big guns for Planet Earth II
4ocean collects record-setting 30 million pounds of trash


5 Absurdly Brutal Ways America Still Abuses Native People
5 Australian COVID experts on receiving abuse and trolling amid the pandemic
5 Beautiful New Indie Games To Emotionally Latch Onto
5 big trends in Australians getting scammed
5 books for kids and teens that positively portray trans and gender-diverse lives
5 Brainwashing Tricks That Work No Matter How Smart You Are
5 Cities Leading the Charge Toward Electric Bus Transportation
5 Common Misconceptions People Have About Furries
5 Economists Redefining… Everything. Oh Yes, And They’re Women
5 good news stories about climate change
5 incredible craters that will make you fall in love with the grandeur of our Solar System
5 Indigenous engineering feats you should know about
5 major heatwaves in 30 years have turned the Great Barrier Reef into a bleached checkerboard
5 maps that show why free public transport benefits the affluent most
5 must-read books about Russia and Ukraine: our expert picks
5 of the best home-grown games to play this summer
The 5 psychological barriers to climate action
5 Public Space Strategies that Promote Local Economies
5 Reasons Conspiracy Theories Are Destroying the World
5 reasons kids still need to learn handwriting (no, AI has not made it redundant)
The 5 Reasons To Keep Daylight Saving Time Have No Science To Back Them Up
5 reasons why climate change may see more of us turn to alcohol and other drugs
5 reasons why the Morrison government needs a net-zero target, not just a flimsy plan
5 Scientific Reasons Your Idea of Happiness Is Wrong
5 Shockingly Outdated Problems Gay People Still Face Today
5 Stupid Habits You Develop Growing Up in a Broken Home
5 Things Everyone Needs to Know About Verbal Abuse
5 things the media does to manufacture outrage
5 things we learned about the environment at Davos 2018
5 things we need to see in Australia’s new nature laws
5 things you might not know about forests – but should
5 tips for getting off gas at home – for a cleaner, cheaper, healthier all-electric future
The 5 top robots of 2006
5 Unintended Consequences of Photography
5 virus families that could cause the next pandemic, according to the experts
5 Wildly Surprising Nature-Based City Solutions
5 xenophobic myths about immigrants in South Africa debunked by researchers
5, 4, 3, 2, 1 Things About Ayah Bdeir
50 animated shorts from the national film board of Canada
The 50 beautiful Australian plants at greatest risk of extinction — and how to save them
The 50 Best Animated Films Of The 21st Century So Far
50 Books Every Child Should Read
50 Brilliant Science Fiction Movies That Everyone Should See At Least Once
The 50 Cards Project
50 countries vow to protect 30% of land and sea by 2030
50 Lies Programmers Believe
50 of my favourite pics from the Australian International Airshow
50 Of The Most Evil Packaging Designs We’ve Ever Seen (New Pics)
50 Of The Most Majestic Libraries In The World
50 Reasons Why Everyone Should Want More Walkable Streets
50 websites you'll wonder how you lived without
50 Weirdest Stock Photos You Won’t Be Able To Unsee
50 years after Evonne Goolagong’s Australian Open win, we should remember her achievements – and the racism she overcame
50 years after The Lucky Country, Australia’s sustainability challenge remains
50 years ago today the word “hypertext” was introduced
50 years ago: Henry Kissinger and the death of democracy in Chile
50 years of Moog, the analog synth that still beats 1s and 0s
50 Years of Stupid Grammar
50 years of tax cuts for the rich failed to trickle down, economics study says
50 Years of Text Games
50 years since Mike Oldfield began writing Tubular Bells: the pioneering album that changed the sound of music
500 baby sharks to be released: An exclusive look at an unprecedented mission
500 Days: How the War in Ukraine Changed the Lives of Millions
500 Free Programming Books up for grabs on GitHub
500-Plus Doctors Sign Open Letter Urging Dutton To ‘Show Compassion’ To Refugees
51-Foot-Long Fire-Breathing Dragon Is Declared the World’s Largest Walking Robot
52 acts of kindness: how to spread joy in every week of 2023
52 Animals
52 Blue: The loneliest whale in the world
54% of projects extracting clean energy minerals overlap with Indigenous lands, research reveals
"555 KUBIK: How it Would be, if a House Was Dreaming"
56 Geeks Project
The 56-Year-Long Crisis of Treasonous & Illegitimate GOP Presidents is Happening Again
5D фильм, На всех парах! (Steam Speed, 5D)
5G Was An Over-Hyped Dud. Prepare For Nobody To Learn Absolutely Anything From The Experience
5th Annual System Administrator Appreciation Day


6 Amazing Acts of Resistance You Weren’t Taught About in US History Class
6 Anti-Trans Arguments That Sound Historically Familiar
6 Badass Unsung Heroes From History's Darkest Hours
6 books about the climate crisis that offer hope
6 books to help talk to your child about climate change
6 Civil Rights Movement Myths You Learned In History Class
6 non-fiction reads for kids this summer, recommended by kids aged 9 to 11
6 Princess Books for Parents Who Really, Really Hate Princesses
6 reasons 2023 could be a very good year for climate action
6 reasons Australians don’t trust economists, and how we could do better
6 reasons why global temperatures are spiking right now
6 reasons why it’s so hard to see a GP
6 steps towards remaking the homelessness system so it works for young people
6 things I learned from riding in a Google Self-driving Car
6 things parents and policy-makers need to know about children and the internet
6 Things Paul Ryan Doesn’t Understand About Poverty (But I Didn’t, Either)
6 Ways Police Have Used Sex To Infiltrate And Disrupt Protest Groups
6,000 words but silent on falling real wages: what Chalmers got wrong on ‘values-based capitalism’ and fixing our economic woes
6-week-old caracal kittens venture outside with mom
6-year-old finds rare fossil
6.4-Sigma Event: Antarctic Sea Ice Hits Lowest Point Since Official Records Began
60 Second Adventures in Thought
60 years after it first gazed at the skies, the Parkes dish is still making breakthroughs
60 years and 14 Doctors: how Doctor Who has changed with the times – and Ncuti Gatwa’s casting is the natural next step
60% of Australian English teachers think video games are a ‘legitimate’ text to study. But only 15% have used one
60% of Australians want to keep Australia Day on January 26, but those under 35 disagree
60% of women and non-binary punters and artists feel unsafe in Melbourne’s music spaces
The 60-Year-Old Scientific Screwup That Helped Covid Kill
600 Free eBooks for iPad, Kindle & Other Devices
66 (Old) Movie Dance Scenes Mashup (Mark Ronson-Uptown Funk ft.Bruno Mars)
66 Good News Stories You Didn't Hear About in 2023
The 66 Most Stunning Science Pictures Of 2013


7 cool little open source projects that stood out in 2016
7 functionalities the scholarly literature should have
7 green technologies we need to save the world
7 Months Inside an Online Scam Labor Camp
7 Powerful Harry Potter Scenes That Did Not Make It To The Movies Finally Come To Life Thanks To This Illustrator
7 reasons Australia is the lucky country when it comes to snakes
7 Reasons We're Quietly Letting Racists Win
7 rings - Drum TAO (Ariana Grande) Japanese Drums "太鼓" feat. KIMIKA
7 sci-fi stories that imagine a better world
7 Things You Missed If You Didn't Read Wired's Big Story On How The NSA Is Killing The Internet
7 ways towns and cities are turning from grey to green
7 worst international aid ideas
7 years, billions of kilometres, a handful of dust: NASA just brought back the largest-ever asteroid sample
7 ‘creepy crawlies’ you don’t need to be afraid of this spooky season
7-star housing is a step towards zero carbon – but there’s much more to do, starting with existing homes
7.5 hour video from front of Bergen-to-Oslo train
70 years after the first ascent of Everest, the impact of mass mountaineering must be confronted
70 years ago, an Anglo-US coup condemned Iran to decades of oppression – but now the people are fighting back
70% of Australians don’t feel in control of their data as companies hide behind meaningless privacy terms
700 Years of Persian Manuscripts Now Digitized and Available Online
740,000km of fishing line and 14 billion hooks: we reveal just how much fishing gear is lost at sea each year
75% of Software Engineers Faced Retaliation Last Time They Reported Wrongdoing
The 79-year-old King of Norway just gave the most powerful speech about sexuality and religion


8 billion humans: How population growth and climate change are connected as the ‘Anthropocene engine’ transforms the planet
8 billion people: Four ways climate change and population growth combine to threaten public health, with global consequences
8 everyday foods you might not realise are ultra processed – and how to spot them
8 non-code ways to contribute to open source
8 Photo Stories That Will Challenge Your View Of The World
8 Super Chill Maker Youtube Channels That Are Completely Addicting
8 Things Not to Say to People Who Are Estranged from a Parent
8 Things You Should Know About Two Spirit People
8 Things You Should Never Say to Someone With Long COVID
8 years after the Rana Plaza tragedy, Bangladesh’s garment workers are still bottom of the pile
8-bit Dr Horrible (part 1)
8-Year-Old Artist Surprises Aunt With Painted Portrait That Earned Finalist Spot in an Art Competition
The 80 happiest songs of the 1980s
800bhp electric car from Keio University
8088 MPH: We Break All Your Emulators
’80s kids rejoice: There’s a new prequel series to “The Dark Crystal”
80s Synth Medley (3 guys, 6 keyboards)
850 meters
86 Viral Images From 2014 That Were Totally Fake
87% Missing: the Disappearance of Classic Video Games
8th Grader Writes Brilliant, Hilarious Star Wars Algebra Problem


9 in 10 LGBTQ+ students say they hear homophobic language at school, and 1 in 3 hear it almost every day
9 Park Success Stories Advocates Made Possible
9 popular online courses that are gone forever… and how you can still find them
9 Social Panics That Gripped the Nation, Were Totally False, and Did Horrible Lasting Damage
9 Ways We Can Make Social Justice Movements Less Elitist and More Accessible
90 years ago, Yorta Yorta leader William Cooper petitioned the king for Aboriginal representation in parliament
90% of patients respond to new blood cancer treatment in trial
90% of Table Salt Is Contaminated With Microplastics
90% of the top Christian Facebook pages were run by Eastern European troll farms
The 90-SECOND NEWBERY Film Festival
The ’90s Sci-Fi Series That Needs Help Being Saved
90s Synth Cover by Magaziine ft. Astyn Turr & Christine Noel
92-year-old World War Two veteran flies Spitfire again
93% of Paint Splatters are Valid Perl Programs
93-Year Old Man Wins a Storytelling Contest With a Hilarious Story About His Valentines in 1933
93-Year-Old Grandma & Her Grandson Dress-Up In Ridiculous Outfits, And People Love It (30 Pics)
96-Year-Old Navajo Grandmother Goes Viral on TikTok for Her Beadwork
97% of Australians want more action to stop extinctions and 72% want extra spending on the environment
The 970-HA-JOKES Payphone Project
98% of emperor penguin colonies could be extinct by 2100 as ice melts – can Endangered Species Act protection save them?
99 Good News Stories You Probably Didn't Hear About in 2022
99 Good News Stories You Probably Didn’t Hear About in 2021
99% Efficiency: Princeton Engineers Have Developed a New Way To Remove Microplastics From Water


A "Chronicles of Amber" Adaptation Is Coming to TV, With an Assist From Stephen Colbert
A "process" matter that is actually life-or-death for the U.S.... and the U.K.
A #NatureNow message from Greta Thunberg.
A $2.5 million prize gives this humanitarian group more power to halt human suffering
A $4 desalination system provides continuous clean drinking water for a family
A 'hole' new attraction has been unveiled at the Hobbiton Movie Set | Seven Sharp
A 1,300-Year-Old Egyptian Book Of Spells Has Been Deciphered
A 10% Switch To Reusables Could Cut Ocean Plastic Waste By 50%: WEF Report
A 10-panel comic explores a subtle kind of racism many people of color experience.
A 101-Year-Old’s Fight Against Book Banning
A 1986 bulletin board system has brought the old Web back to life in 2017
A 2004 Live Performance of ‘Video Killed the Radio Star’ Captured in Brilliant High Definition Video
A 21st-century government must care for our nature and our future
A 224 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle Featuring 43 Different Cat Shaped Pieces That Need to Be Herded Together
A 25-Year-Old Bet Comes Due: Has Tech Destroyed Society?
A 250-mile protest run: the fight to save Navajo land and US national parks
A 365-million-year-old fish with an extreme underbite showcases vertebrate diversity
A 4-day week might not work in health care. But adapting this model could reduce burnout among staff
A 4-Day Workweek? A Test Run Shows a Surprising Result
A B.C. research project gave homeless people $7,500 each — the results were 'beautifully surprising'
A B.C. study gave 50 homeless people $7,500 each. Here's what they spent it on.
A Bad Mashup - Pomplamoose
A ball that inverts and changes color when it is midair, and the scientific literature that explains it
A Basic Income Is Smarter Than a Minimum Wage
A Bat Rescue Organization Posted These 40 Pics Of Bats Being Cute To Show How Harmless They Actually Are
A battery price war is kicking off that could soon make electric cars cheaper. Here’s how
A Beautiful Juvenile Elephant Gleefully Splashes Around In the Pool With His Mighty Trunk
A Beautiful Pair of Human-Sized Pneumatic Articulating Feather Wings
A belief in meritocracy is not only false: it’s bad for you
A Better Way to Say Sorry
A Bicycle Is an Anti-Poverty Machine
A Big New Report on American Children Is Out. It’s Horrific.
A billion animals have been caught in Australia’s fires. Some may go extinct.
A Billionaire-Funded Website With Ties to the Far Right Is Trying to “Cancel” University Professors
A Biodiversity Hotspot Flourishes as Costa Rica Puts Nature on the Payroll
A Bird’s-Eye View of a Technicolor World
A BIT ABOUT WORDS - Julian Burnside
A Bit O' Aussie Humour
A Bit Rich
A blizzard of “sustainability” labels
A blog full of gorgeous hand-drawn animation
A Bolivian Monastery Adopted A Dog And Named Him Friar Mustache
A botanical Pompeii: we found spectacular Australian plant fossils from 30 million years ago
'A Breath of Fresh Air': Offshore Wind Power Could Produce More Electricity Than World Uses
A bridge made of grass
A Bridge Will Help Humans and Lions Coexist in Los Angeles
A brief account of Australia’s offshore detention regime
Fwd: A brief depiction of much time in history
A Brief History of Bullying Women to Have Babies
A brief history of the European future
A Brief History of the Idea That Everyone Should Get Free Cash for Life
A Brilliant Cello Mashup of Beethoven’s ‘Fifth Symphony’ and Led Zeppelin’s ‘Whole Lotta Love’
A Brooklyn Jester Had an Enduring Comic Brew That Was True
A Bug in Early Creative Commons Licenses Has Enabled a New Breed of Superpredator
A Building Material That Consumes CO2 Has Finally Come to the US
A Bullingdon in reverse: how working-class student club is taking on elitism
A Bunch Of Authors Sue OpenAI Claiming Copyright Infringement, Because They Don’t Understand Copyright
A Bunch of Pirates: A Transdimensional Adventure
A burnt-out health workforce impacts patient care
‘A bus is open to everyone regardless of class’: riding the world’s biggest network
A busman’s video game? Meet the people who play job sims of their own careers
A California lake has enough lithium to power 375 million EVs
A Call for Cooperation Against Fake News
A Call From the High Seas to Stop Fighting and Start Cooperating
"A Call to Action Against Slavery"—We're About to See the Largest Prison Strikes in US History
A Caltech Nobel laureate celebrates his 100th birthday. Then he gets back to work
A Canadian lake holds the key to the beginning of the Anthropocene, a new geological epoch
A Canadian study gave $7,500 to homeless people. Here’s how they spent it.
A cancer centre is the latest victim of cyber attacks. Why health data hacks keep happening
A car that winks, laughs and cries
A carbon tax can have economic, not just environmental benefits for Australia
A Career Retrospective—10 years working in tech
A Cat's-Eye View of Japan
A Cautionary Tale
‘A century in the making’: Canada adds federal protection to Indigenous-declared marine refuge
A century-old double standard: like Labor leaders before him, Albanese is being told he can’t manage money
A chaotic Brexit is part of Trump’s grand plan for Europe
A chapter ends for this historic Asian American bookstore, but its story continues
A Chat with Mark Oakley
A Chicago Nonprofit Shows How To Create An “Aboveground Railroad” For Migrants
A chill coffeeshop game where you play therapist to vampires, cat girls, and succubi
A China-backed dam in Indonesia threatens a rare great ape – and that’s just the tip of the iceberg
A Chinese vlogger shared videos of war-torn Ukraine. He's been labeled a national traitor
Fwd: a chorus of body sounds effect an African storm....
A Christian Crowdfunding Site Has a White-Power Problem
A chunk of Chinese satellite almost hit the International Space Station. They dodged it – but the space junk problem is getting worse
A Circular Economy Requires Repairability
A circular food system can withstand crises like COVID-19 — and provide delicious meals
A Class Act
A clean energy grid means 10,000km of new transmission lines. They can only be built with community backing
A Clever Song About Not Being Able to Do Anything Because of a ‘Cat on My Lap’
A Climate Change Success Story? Look at Hoboken.
A climate of despair
A climate scientist on India and Pakistan’s horror heatwave, and the surprising consequences of better air quality
A climate scientist on the planet’s simultaneous disasters, from Pakistan’s horror floods to Europe’s record drought
A clinical psychiatrist reveals how Indian women in Australia experience family violence – and how to combat it
A Code Red for Our Democracy
A Coder Considers the Waning Days of the Craft
A Collaborative Project in City Planning for Urban Biodiversity in Japan
A Colorful Illustrated Wall Chart Capturing the Hilarious History of Monty Python in Chronological Order
A Coming-Out Guide Aims to Promote Acceptance Among Gay Chinese
A commentary on Sci-hub
A Community-Driven Path to Replenishing Groundwater in a Parched Region
A community-led strategy to save Brazil’s dry forests from desertification
A Concerning Trend
A condition called POTS rose after covid, but patients can’t find care
A Conservation Victory: Over the Past Three Years, No Elephants Poached in Mana Pools National Park
A Conversation with Ece Temelkuran on How to Lose a Country, in 7 Steps.
A Conversation with John Cleese
A Conversation With My 12-year Old Self
A conversation with Terry Pratchett, author of The Carpet People
A copyright troll took down one of our favorite Tumblrs. Here's why it could happen to you.
A cosmic time machine: how the James Webb Space Telescope lets us see the first galaxies in the universe
A couple things
A court among the coconut palms: when justice came to visit the Torres Strait
A court case against migrant activists in Italy offers a reminder – not all refugees are welcome in Europe
A Cover of the Song ’99 Red Balloons’ Played With Red Balloons
A COVID inquiry has been announced. But is COVID still a thing? Do I need a booster?
A crane lifting a crane lifting a crane
A Crazy Illustration Of How Fast A Lava Flow Can Move
A Crime by Any Name
A Crocheted Wearable Mermaid Tail Towel That Cleverly Transforms Into Its Own Transport Bag
‘A Cultural Shift Toward Living With Fire’
A Cup of Coffee
Fwd: A Cup of Coffee
A Curved Wall of Glass That Flickers as the Wind Blows
A cut-and-paste attack on electric vehicle batteries and renewables is spanning the globe. But is it right?
A cute couple
A Cypress in Chile Could Soon Break The Record For World's Oldest Tree
A Czech couple has created the world's first hand-stitched video game
“A damn stupid thing to do”—the origins of C
A damning review of e-cigarettes shows vaping leads to smoking, the opposite of what supporters claim
A Dandypunk
A Daring Rescue Mission Is Saving Kharkiv’s Bats
A day in the life of (almost) every vending machine in the world
A Day of Speaking Truth to Power: Visiting the ODNI
A day with America’s only dedicated heat team in the US’s hottest city
A Dazzling Series of Photos Captures the Soft Glow of Firefly Mating Season in Japan
A deadly disease has driven 7 Australian frogs to extinction – but this endangered frog is fighting back
A Death Sentence for the Bengal Tiger?
‘A death sentence’: More than 600 people die after catching COVID in hospital
A decade later: How the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge made a lasting impact
A decade of declining violence worldwide, except in the USA and Latin America
A decades-long decline in extreme poverty has gone into reverse — here’s how to fix things
A deep dive into the wormhole of sci-fi invention
‘A deeply troubling discovery’: Earth may have already passed the crucial 1.5°C warming limit
A Delightful Animated Music Video for ‘Monkey Rag’ by The Asylum Street Spankers
A Designer's Portfolio, 16th Century-Style
A Desirable-Future Haiku
A destructive legacy: Trump bids for final hack at environmental protections
A detailed explanation of a black man's experience in the US
A dictator's son runs for Philippines president in a bid to revive his family's power
A Dictionary of Science Fiction Runs From Afrofuturism to Zero-G
A Different Aftermath
A Dilapidated Bank Turned Stunning Cultural Center Opens in Chicago’s South Side
A dire forecast: Scientists used AI to find planet could cross critical warming threshold sooner than expected
‘A disease’: Caste discrimination in Australia is on the rise – but some are fighting back
A Dislocation Theory of Violence
A doctor’s humbling journey treating long Covid: ‘The second we think we know what we are doing, we fall flat on our face’
A dossier of lies and falsehoods: How Scott Morrison manipulates the truth
A drag queen's final tribute to the grandmother who loved and accepted him
A Drastic but Effective Way to Help Protect Your Aging Parent From Fraud
A Dream Deferred
A Dream of Discovering Alien Life Finds New Hope
A Dutch City Is Experimenting With Giving Away A Basic Income Of $1,000 A Month
A dystopian or utopian future? Claire G. Coleman’s new novel Enclave imagines both
A eulogy for RadioShack, the panicked and half-dead retail empire
A Fair(y) Use Tale
A Fairer Distribution of Wealth
A Fascinating Compilation of 1929 Sound Interview Footage With the Oldest People in the United States
A Fascinating Way to Put a Stop to the School-to-Prison Pipeline for Black Children
A Few Crucial Instances of Grace
A few months ago, science gave this rare lizard a name – and it may already be headed for extinction
A Few Questions About the Culture: An Interview with Iain Banks
A Fight for Salmon Fishing Rights Connects Indigenous Peoples Across the Pacific Ocean
A Fire Story
A flourishing ecology and a healthy economy? Henry David Thoreau thought you couldn’t have one without the other
A food revolution: campaigners in Liège want all the region’s produce to be grown locally. Can they do it?
A forgotten and neglected ecosystem covers a third of Earth’s coastlines, with a collective value of $500 billion
A forgotten peace petition started after WWI has resurfaced and is inspiring hope
A Forgotten War on Women
A former White House scientist was scammed out of $655,000. Then came the IRS
A Fossil Fuel Economy Requires 535x More Mining Than a Clean Energy Economy
A Four Planet System in Orbit, Directly Imaged and Remarkable
A Fox Tale Short Film
A French Village’s Radical Vision of a Good Life with Alzheimer’s
A Gallery Of Dogs And Cats Wearing Bow Ties
A game where you catch lightning bugs until the sun comes up
‘A game-changer’: the 9,000 acre project reclaiming the Fens for nature
‘A gamechanger’: new meningitis vaccine hailed as major step
A genius explains
A Gentlemen’s Guide To Rape Culture
A German Couple Winds Up on U.S. No-Fly List
A German Guy Wants to Give You a Bunch of Money for Nothing
‘A gift to Moscow’: dismay as NYPD takes part in UAE Swat games with Chechnya and Belarus
A Girl Dressed As a Stargate
A Girl Scout wrote to companies with a heartfelt request. As a result, they cut down on millions of plastic straws.
A Glass Wings Artist Becomes A Hero!!!!
A global wastewater surveillance program could have stopped the spread of COVID-19, Northeastern researcher says
A Global Web of Chinese Propaganda Leads to a U.S. Tech Mogul
A Golf Ball Takes Weeks to Move Through the World’s Slowest Rube Goldberg Machine
A Gorgeous Orchestral Cover of the Doctor Who Theme With Vocals Supplied by a German Choir
‘A great day for the country’: Uganda declares an end to Ebola outbreak
a great melbourne graffiti artist
‘A great place to start’: All new state schools to have Indigenous names
a great way to keep track of craft markets around victoria
A great year to be a cabbage white butterfly: why are there so many and how can you protect your crops?
A great, low-tech hack for teaching high-tech skills
A Green New Deal
A Green New Deal is fiscally responsible. Climate inaction is not
A green roof or rooftop solar? You can combine them in a biosolar roof, boosting both biodiversity and power output
A Green School in the Heart of Urban Paris
A green trifecta: how a concrete alternative can cut emissions, resource use and waste
A Group of Asian Small-Clawed Otters Playing a Keyboard at the Smithsonian’s National Zoo
A group of political ‘assassins’ is quietly threatening American democracy, a new book says
A Growing Baby Elephant Adorably Disrupts the Home of the Generous Woman Who Took Her In
A growing number of LGBTQ+ Russians seek refuge from war, discrimination in Argentina
A guaranteed basic income could end poverty, so why isn’t it happening?
A guest post from Brad Willis: Wheaton’s Law Revisited
A guide to converting your old car to electric
“A Half-Built Garden”
A Handbill of Tiananmen
A Hard Deadline: We Must Stop Building New Carbon Infrastructure by 2018
A Heartfelt 1990s R&B Cover of Disney’s ‘Gummi Bears’ Cartoon Series Theme Song
A heated steering wheel for $20 a month? What’s driving the subscriptions economy
A heatwave in Antarctica totally blew the minds of scientists. They set out to decipher it – and here are the results
A Hilarious History of Music According to Spike Jones
‘A historic step’: G20 discusses plans for global minimum tax on billionaires
A historic victory for horseshoe crabs
A History of Computer Communications: 1968-1988
A history of global living conditions in 5 charts
A History of Global Warming, In Just 35 Seconds
A history of the Amiga, part 8: The demo scene
A home among the gum trees: will the Great Koala National Park actually save koalas?
A howling good time: Wolves celebrate Christmas with a bacon-draped tree at Wolf Park
A huge Atlantic ocean current is slowing down. If it collapses, La Niña could become the norm for Australia
A huge battery has replaced Hawaii’s last coal plant
A Huge Climate Change Movement Led By Teenage Girls Is Sweeping Europe. And It’s Coming To The US Next.
A Huge Collection of Embroidered Temari Spheres by an 88-Year-Old Grandmother
A hundred UK companies sign up for four-day week with no loss of pay
A journey through a land of extreme poverty: welcome to America
A Journey To China’s Largest Ghost City
A journey to the Disappointment Islands
‘A joy to watch’: UK rewilding brings endangered species back from brink
A juice company dumped orange peels in a national park. Here's what it looks like now.
A kid in Guatemala had a dream. Today she's a disease detective
‘A kind of meditative peace’: quiet hour shopping makes us wonder why our cities have to be so noisy
A krill aquarium, climate research, and geopolitics: how Australia’s $800 million Antarctic funding will be spent
A kung-fu kick led researchers to the world’s oldest complete fish fossils – here’s what they found
A Kurdish Family in Syria, Feeling Betrayed by the U.S., Tries to Survive a Turkish Bombing
A Lavishly Illuminated Medieval Bestiary Goes Online
A leading Holocaust historian just seriously compared the US to Nazi Germany
A legacy of logging
A lesson about bullying
A Lesson in the Compassion of Islam
A Letter to JK Rowling
A letter to my loved ones about COVID-19: You've moved on, but I'm still here
A letter to Steven Pinker (and Bill Gates, for that matter) about global poverty
A Levitating Wireless Speaker in the Shape of a Storm Cloud
A Libre Graphics Meeting showcase summary
A limit to ageing? Australian life expectancy is rising, but new report asks why few live to 110
A Linguist Explains the Rules of Summoning Benedict Cumberbatch
A List Of Household Items Republicans Lost Their Minds Over For No Reason
A litany of losses: a new project maps our abandoned arts events of 2020
‘A little bit addictive and the right amount hard’: new video game is based on poems of Emily Dickinson
A Little Gray Bengal Cat Gleefully Rolls Around in a Blue Plastic Pool Filled With Multi-Colored Balls
A little guide to working with online communities
A little humour may help with climate change gloom
A Little Something to Brighten Your Day
A Little Tolkien Book
‘A living pantry’: how an urban food forest in Arizona became a model for climate action
A long-dead soprano has taken to the stage with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra. Are holograms the future?
A look at LyX 2.1
A look in the game design of choose-your-own-adventure books
A lost world returns with a warning
‘A lot higher than we expected’: Russian arms production worries Europe’s war planners
A love letter to @anagramatron
A love letter to a fatcaller
A love letter to the Internet of old
A Lushly Melodic Version of the Classic a-ha Song ‘Take on Me’ as Performed by a Chamber Ensemble
A made-in-Japan solution for space junk that goes against the grain
A major blackout left 500,000 Victorian homes without power – but it shows our energy system is resilient
A major LGBTQ+ org just left X over the site’s cyberbullying of queer youth
A major new childcare report glosses over the issues educators face at work and why they leave
A major new climate report slams the door on wishful thinking
A Major Oil Pipeline Project Strikes Deep at the Heart of Africa
A major report excoriated Australia’s environment laws. Sussan Ley’s response is confused and risky
A major scorecard gives the health of Australia’s environment less than 1 out of 10
A major South Korean broadcaster omitted 'ladies' from Michelle Yeoh's Oscars speech
A Major UN Climate Change Report Was Just Approved by Nearly 200 Nations
A major ‘fusion breakthrough’ was just officially announced in the US. But what does it actually mean?
A majority of Australians would welcome a universal basic income, survey finds
A Man Plays the ‘Main Title’ From the ‘Star Wars’ Symphonic Suite on a Wurlitzer Pipe Organ
A man raped me, another tried to. They were not animals. They were men.
'A masterpiece': Norwich council houses win Stirling architecture prize
'A matter of life and death' - Sue Gardner on public broadcasting
A Mechanical Engineer Becomes a Mask Nerd
A media literacy handbook for Israel-Gaza
A Medley of Daft Punk Songs Played on Two Acoustic Guitars
A mega port in India threatens the survival of the largest turtles on Earth
A mesh network spontaneously erupts in the US and helps connect Puerto Rico
Fwd: A message for you? from Me? 5 minutes of you time to MAKE your day
A message from Paul Rugg
A Message From the Future With Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
A message to my doomed colleagues in the American media
A Microhome Village in Austin Ends Homelessness for Hundreds
A microlight flight around Australia to highlight endangered migratory shorebirds' plight
A Modern Teenager Interprets Classic Art
A Modest Proposal: Universal Online Media Payment Syndication
A monster eddy current is spinning into existence off the coast of Sydney. Will it bring a new marine heatwave?
A moonlit tribute to a moon landing icon
A More Accurate Galaxy Song
A more hawkish China policy? 5 takeaways from House committee’s inaugural hearing on confronting Beijing
A More Resilient Species
'A Most Remarkable Creature' Introduces The Little-Known, Charismatic Caracara
a mother's imagination
A multinational Delphi consensus to end the COVID-19 public health threat
A museum let a group of penguins wander its empty rooms, and they couldn't take their eyes off the paintings
A must see video from the TED talks
A mysterious interstellar radio signal has been blinking on and off every 22 minutes for over 30 years
A nation of slaves
A national bullying of the poor: the trouble with America’s bootstrapping myth
A national digital ID scheme is being proposed. An expert weighs the pros and (many more) cons
A Native American tribe is building a $1B solar farm in Colorado
A Natural History Of Trust & Safety
A naturalist finds hope despite climate change in an era he calls 'The End of Eden'
A Navajo teacher is among the first Colorado educators to revive Indigenous language in the classroom
A neighbourhood ‘war zone’ and a garden-gate overdose sparked Judy Ryan’s fight for Victoria’s first safe injecting room
A new "Muppisode" with the WWE
A new $2 coin features the introduced honeybee. Is this really the species we should celebrate?
A new 'Sesame Street' show in Arabic aims to help refugee children
A new abnormal: It is still 2 minutes to midnight
A New Animated Web Series About Copying And Copyright
A new Australian supercomputer has already delivered a stunning supernova remnant pic
A New Battery Intended to Power Passenger Airplanes and EVs, Explained
A new book ranks the top 100 solutions to climate change. The results are surprising.
A new climate change report offers something unique: hope
A new database of teachers on screen shows they are often portrayed as rule breakers, losers or villains
A new dawn rises in the Arctic: the Inuit plan to reclaim their sea
A new design for the periodic table
A New Digital Currency Whose Value Is Based on Your Reputation
A new era: Coal usage and emissions in the global power sector to peak in 2023
A new flagship coal plant failed spectacularly – but it won’t be the last time
A new hobby
A New Home for Homeless Christians
A new kind of solar cell is coming: is it the future of green energy?
A new life for London's lost rivers
A new link between fear, imitation, and antisocial behavior in children
A New Marine Protected Area to Protect Biodiversity and Coral Habitat Around Saint Martin’s Island in Bangladesh
A new normal? Instead Australia looks like it could return to 'business as usual' after the pandemic
A New Number Format: The Unum
A New Ocean Preserve Could Save the Waters Off Baja—And This Stunning Marine Life
A New Plan for Keeping NASA's Oldest Explorers Going
A new reality reverberates through Russia's music scene
A new replication crisis: Research that is less likely to be true is cited more
A new RoboCup league is born
A New Rule of Education for the Age of AI
A new Silicon Valley manifesto reveals the bleak, dangerous philosophy driving the tech industry
A new study about seabirds and offshore wind turbines may surprise you
A new study on Australian volcanoes has changed what we know about explosive ‘hotspot’ volcanism
A new survey explains one big reason there are so few women in technology
A new trade deal delivers cheaper Australian beef and British sweets – but does little to avert dangerous global warming
A new virtual museum reveals 600 million years of Australian fossils in unprecedented 3D detail
A new wave of celebrity politicians breaks the rules on acceptable behavior, inspired by Trump
A new year’s publishing resolution
A newly identified ‘Hell chicken’ species suggests dinosaurs weren’t sliding toward extinction before the fateful asteroid hit
A newly uncovered ancient Roman winery featured marble tiling, fountains of grape juice and an extreme sense of luxury
A next-generation intranasal trivalent MMS vaccine induces durable and broad protection against SARS-CoV-2 variants of concern
A Night at the Garden
A Nobel Prize winner in economics just backed basic income
A Note On a Jackass Getting Booted From Twitter
A Notorious Invasive Plant Shows Promise in Green Construction
A Novelist and His Brother Sell Out Carnegie Hall
A Nursery School in Tottori that Connects Children to Nature
A Nutritionist Reveals The Secret to Making Friends With Salad
A painting removed led to color steps all over Turkey
A Palestinian author’s award ceremony has been cancelled at Frankfurt Book Fair. This sends the wrong signals at the wrong time
A Pandemic is a Great Time to Stop Ignoring Unpaid Care Work
A pandemic that won’t go away – as COVID enters its 5th year, NZ needs a realistic strategy
A Parable of (All-American) Violence
A Paradise Built in Hell
A Parody of ‘Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope’ Imagining the 1977 Space Opera Film as a Disney Musical
A passionate argument for the necessity of functioning infrastructure
A patch a day? Why the vitamin skin patches spruiked on social media might not be for you
A penguin farm in the Australian desert: a thought experiment that reveals the flaws our in environment laws
A People’s History of the Third Reich
A Personal Apology to Young Americans for Failing to Stop Ronald Reagan
A Peruvian farmer is trying to hold energy giant RWE responsible for climate change – the inside story of his groundbreaking court case
A Pickpocket’s Tale
A Pipeline Fight and America’s Dark Past
A Pixel Artist Renounces Pixel Art
A Place For Autistic Youth To Play And Disabled Adults To Work
A platypus can glow green and hunt prey with electricity – but it can’t climb dams to find a mate
A political proposal
A pool was filled with 250,000 ping pong balls for one wild party
A Pop Culture Primer on Parts of Speech
‘A portal to a different world’: a gamer’s guide to visiting Japan
a portrait of Tenochtitlan
A post-servo highway? How electric vehicles are changing the Australian roadscape
A Postal Worker Begged for Stronger COVID-19 Protections. She Ended Up Spending Six Weeks in the Hospital.
A Potential Major Discovery: An Aperiodic Monotile
A potted history of smoking, and how we’re making the same mistakes with vaping
A Power Grid Long Enough to Reach the Sun Is Key to the Climate Fight
A prefab building revolution can help resolve both the climate and housing crises
A pristine chunk of space rock found within hours of hitting Earth can tell us about the birth of the Solar System
A Pristine, 1,200-Acre Texas Preserve Will Open to the Public for the First Time This Week
A Public Service Announcement
A quarter of Queensland’s energy now generated from renewables
A Quarter-Century Legacy of Coral Reef Conservation and Community Impact in Indonesia
A Quest for the Secret Origins of Lost Video-Game Levels
A quick guide to The Free Network
A radical proposal to keep your personal data safe
A radical way to cut emissions – ration everyone’s flights
A Rainbow Made of Kimono: Japanese Culture Thrives in Kraków
A Ranch, Rewilded: The Transformation of California’s Next State Park
A Ranking of 1980s Fantasy That Would Please Crom Himself!
A rapid shift to electric vehicles can save 24,000 lives and leave us $148bn better off over the next 2 decades
A rapidly growing rocket industry could undo decades of work to save the ozone layer – unless we act now
A Rare 500-Year-Old Manuscript Gets a Second Life Online
A rare discovery: we found the sugar glider is actually three species, but one is disappearing fast
A rare reason for optimism about climate change
A Rational Fear: how to protest correctly in Victoria - video
'A real bad precedent': Australia criticised for Antarctica airport plan
A Real Stand-up Guy
A real-life archer faster than Legolas?
A Real-Life ‘Queen’s Gambit’—the Brazilian Maid Who Became a Chess Champ
A Reality Check About Solar Panel Waste and the Effects on Human Health
A REALLY Friendly Baby Whale Shark
‘A rebuke to Putin’s dictatorship’: Russian human rights group Memorial wins joint Nobel peace prize
A record of Australia's suburban history lives in this archive — and it was nearly lost
A report claims koalas are ‘functionally extinct’ – but what does that mean?
A retirement home turned its residents into movie stars for a wonderful calendar
A Revolution in Computer Graphics Is Bringing 3D Reality Capture to the Masses
a revolution in europe
A Revolution In Vehicle Drivetrains?
A river personified
A robot is killing weeds by zapping them with electricity
A rose in every cheek: 100 years of Vegemite, the wartime spread that became an Aussie icon
A Russian Farmer Found This Strange Kitten In His Barn… And It Turned Out To Be So Much More.
A Ryanair Flight Carrying An Opposition Journalist Is Forced To Land In Belarus
‘A safe haven’: how Dungeons & Dragons is slaying social anxiety
A School Bought Solar Panels and Saved Enough to Give All Its Teachers Raises
A Sci-Fi Writer Returns to Earth: ‘The Real Story Is the One Facing Us’
A Scientist Who Resisted Trump Administration Censorship of Climate Report Just Lost Her Job
A Scuttlebutt Love Story
A Seaweed Farming Boom Is Preparing Maine for Life After Lobsters
A Secret Library, Digitally Excavated
A secret shelf of banned books thrives in a Texas school, under the nose of censors
A secretive legal system lets fossil fuel investors sue countries over policies to keep oil and gas in the ground – podcast
A sequel to ‘The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot’ has entered production, according to Paul McGann.
A series of patent lawsuits is challenging the history of malware detection
A serious problem the news industry does not talk about
A sham sentence after a secret trial for Aung San Suu Kyi’s Australian economic adviser
‘A shambolic mess’: the only example Australia is giving the world now is how not to manage Covid
A SHAUN THE SHEEP: THE MOVIE: FARMAGEDDON - Official Trailer 2 - From Aardman Animations
A shift to coastal shipping and rail could cut NZ’s freight transport emissions – why aren’t we doing it?
A Shocking 99% of Us Are Now Breathing Unhealthy Air, WHO Warns
A Shocking Number of Amphibian Species Are Vanishing, Scientists Warn
A shocking number of birds are in trouble
A Shoggoth on the Roof
A Short History of Game Panics
A short history of the Aboriginal Tent Embassy – an indelible reminder of unceded sovereignty
A Short Lesson in Perspective
A short sf story
A Show What I Directed
A shrinking Public Domain hurts open education
A siege. A bomb. 48 dogs. And the black commune that would not surrender
A silver lining from the pandemic: how lockdowns helped kids learn the languages their parents speak
A Simple Fix Lifts Single Moms Out of Poverty in India’s Slums
A single COVID-19 pandemic or multiple SARS pandemics?
A Single Small Map Is Enough For A Lifetime
A six-pack of sauvignon: could canned wine help save the planet?
A slide in global corruption rankings is bad for ‘Brand NZ’ – what can the government do?
A Small Field Guide
A Small Herd of Female Elephants Work Together to Rescue a Tiny Calf From a High Sided Waterhole
A snake story
A Sneak Peek at the First Cyborg Olympics
A social and medical examination of Long COVID as a “mass disabling event”: Part 1
A Spotlight on Chile’s “Feminist Foreign Policy”
A Sprawl of Ghost Homes in Aging Tokyo Suburbs
A Spritely distributed-computing library
A Stanford student won $15,000 for an invention that helps autistic kids pick up emotion
A Star Trek-like space exploration miniatures game design
‘A stench of tokenism’: how environmental reforms ignore First Nations knowledge
A Step Too Far: The Problems with Forensic Gait Analysis
A Stevie Wonder and Herbie Hancock Mashup by Pomplamoose
A stich in time: world famous lace makers get grant to keep their skills safe for years to come
A Story About Low-Key Policing and Corduroy
A Striking Photo of a Very Rare Black Serval Cat
A Student Has Created A Gripping And NSFW Photo Series With Trump’s Quotes About Women
A Study of Movement (The Evolution of Dance) -puppetry final
A Subversive Bull: Robert Lawson and The Story of Ferdinand
A successful COP26 is essential for Earth’s future. Here’s what needs to go right
A successful energy transition depends on managing when people use power. So how do we make demand more flexible?
A summer of bomb threats frightens Moldova as war rages nearby
A Sunday of PIRATES!
A Supercut of Buster Keaton’s Most Amazing Stunts–and Keaton’s 5 Rules of Comic Storytelling
A surfing CAT!!!
A surprising number of new wolf packs have suddenly appeared in California
A Surprising Way to Stop Bullying
A Survey of Some of the Best Science Fiction Ever Published (Thanks to Judy-Lynn Del Rey)
A Swedish company is making flat-pack cars – but it’s not the one you think
A Swiftian Solution To Some Of Copyright’s Problems
‘A symbol of what humans shouldn’t be doing’: the new world of octopus farming
A Systematic Review Of COVID-19 Misinformation Interventions: Lessons Learned
‘A tale of decay’: the Houses of Parliament are falling down
A tale of successes and new challenges in Senegal: Q&A with ICCA coordinator Salatou Sambou
A tale of two breastfeeding pictures
A Tale Of Two Tweets
A Tale of Two Twins
A Talk Between Women
‘A target on my back’: New survey shows racism is a huge problem in nursing
A taxonomy of corporate bullshit
A Tea Song for Halloween
A Technical Follow-Up: How We Built the World’s Prettiest Auto-Generated Transit Maps
A technologically advanced society is choosing to destroy itself. It’s both fascinating and horrifying to watch
A tenth of all electricity is lost in the grid. Superconducting cables can help
A theory of jerks
A thin blue line: how Facebook deals with controversial content
A Third of North America’s Birds Have Vanished
A Thought Provoking Fable About the Consequences of Delaying Creative Solutions to Horrible Problems
A Thriving Garden at a Former Coal Mine Is Feeding Thousands
A TikTok Ban Is A Pointless Political Turd For Democrats
A TikTok ban isn’t a data security solution. It will be difficult to enforce – and could end up hurting users
A tiny house gives them hope: How a homeless family in Brazil got a fresh start
A tipping point for 3D metal printing?
A tonne of fossil carbon isn’t the same as a tonne of new trees: why offsets can’t save us
A Tour of Space Disco
A Tour of the Future We Still Don't Have
A Tour of the World’s Largest Collection of Synthesizers
A Towering, Terrifying Demon Horse Isn’t Even the Weirdest Part
A Toy With a Story
A Trail Gone Cold
A train through Ukraine: a journey into the stories of two years of war
A transforming home
A Transparent, Open-Source Vision for U.S. Elections
A treaty to end the age of plastic
A trip to North Korea
A Trip to Ukraine Clarified the Stakes. And They’re Huge.
‘A Trojan horse of legitimacy’: Shell launches a ‘climate tech’ startup advertising jobs in oil and gas
A Tropical Octav3 Animation
A True Story Of 'Copyright Piracy': Why The Verve Will Only Start Getting Royalties Now For Bittersweet Symphony
A turbine prototype just broke a 24-hour wind power world record
A twist in Indonesia’s presidential election does not bode well for the country’s fragile democracy
A type of simple, DIY air filter can be an effective way to filter out indoor air pollutants
A Typology of Dumplings
A U.S. judge lectures the government on how academic research works
A Ukrainian dance troupe in the U.S. fights disinformation, one high kick at a time
A Ukrainian fencer scorned a Russian's handshake, challenging the sport's traditions
A Uniquely Beautiful Cover of ‘Africa’ by Toto Performed on a Traditional Japanese Koto
A university is offering scholarships for you to do absolutely nothing
A US state shelved my book – yet all I was doing was trying to help people live their lives
A useful, critical taxonomy of decentralization, beyond blockchains
A user's guide for the people API
A Valuable Reputation
A Vast Realm Off The Coast of Australia May Have Been Populated by Millions
A Vast Web of Vengeance
A Vending Machine for Crows
A very English theft: how the countryside was taken from the public, using profits from slavery
'A very special day’: Birds linked to Darwin’s theory of evolution reintroduced to Galapagos Islands
A victory in the fight against environmental crime
A village in Kenya is quietly disproving the biggest myth about basic income
A Virginia tribe says racism wiped their Native identity from historic records. Nearly a century later, they’re still fighting for recognition
A virtual day with 750 pinball and arcade games, no quarters needed
A Virulent Antisemitism: An Interview with Dr. Peter Hotez
A virus you’ve never heard of is taking hold in NSW
A visit to Epic Nerd Camp
A Visual Guide To Creative Commons Licensing
A Visual History of Typewriter Art from 1893 to Today
A Visual Reminder That Everyone on the Internet Is an Actual Person
A Visual Tour of 35 Literary Bars and Cafés from Around the World
A visual tour of the United States’ biggest video arcade
A Visually Impressive Cover of the ‘Sesame Street’ Song ‘I Don’t Want to Live on the Moon’ Made With Toys
A Voice for Humanity, Independent Journalism and Activism | FairPlanet
A voice for Nature
A voice for the Arctic
A Volcanic Eruption Photographed Against the Backdrop of the Milky Way, Moon, and a Streaking Meteor
‘A wake-up call’: total weight of wild mammals less than 10% of humanity’s
A Wandering Conservationist’s Quest to Protect the World’s Soil
A Warning From Europe: The Worst Is Yet to Come
A warrior for Indigenous women and girls
'A waste of taxpayer’s money' | German passenger group slams hydrogen trains as a distraction from need to electrify
'A Watershed Moment': California Sues Big Oil Over Decades of Climate Destruction
‘A weird dinging sound that everyone dreads’: what rapid deliveries mean for supermarket workers
A Weird, Wonderful Conversation With Kim Stanley Robinson
A wet spring and summer means more mosquitoes but now we’ve got Japanese encephalitis virus to worry about too
A Whale of a Win
A Whistleblower's Horror Story
A Wild Cat Comeback — Thanks to Vultures
A Win For Harley Riders
A winner is me!
A wizard fox riding a dinosaur.
A Woman Moves Like a Parrot While Wearing an Incredibly Realistic Costume of Her Own Design
A woman took a picture of three Irish men in Times Square. It took Twitter only an hour to track the lads down.
[A wonderful set of videos for those of you curious about the visual world!] Don't miss video: Hunting The Hidden Dimension with Benoit Mandelbrot (Nova/PBS)
A wood automata submarine bustling with busy animals
A Wooden Artwork Miraculously Unfurls into a Functional Desk Designed by Robert van Embricqs
A World Most Strange and Beautiful: Five Stunning New UNESCO Sites
A world-first in the Scottish Highlands
A Yale psychologist's simple thought experiment temporarily turned conservatives into liberals
A year after Myanmar’s coup, the military still lacks control and the country is sliding into an intractable civil war
A year after Pakistan’s floods, 44% of children have stunted growth. What can be done about it?
A Year Ago Today Was the First Time Russia Threatened To Kill Me
A year of ChatGPT: 5 ways the AI marvel has changed the world
A year of hunger: how the Russia-Ukraine war is worsening climate-linked food shortages
A year on, Russia’s war on Ukraine threatens to redraw the map of world politics – and 2023 will be crucial
‘A Yellowstone for Europe’: Romania’s ambition for a vast new wilderness reserve
A Young Mad Scientist's First Alphabet Blocks
A Young Muslim Apologizes to Rushdie
A Young Rescued Bat Makes Adorable Happy Noises While Getting His Head Rubbed by His Caretaker
A Young Rescued Bat Makes Adorable Happy Noises While Getting His Head Scratched by His Caretaker
A zero emissions future without the mining boom
‘A zombie party’: the deepening crisis of conservatism
A Zoo in Japan is Using Stuffed Animal Capybaras to Maintain Social Distancing
A ‘Human-Led Approach’ to Loans Is Changing Lives in Rural India
A ‘next-generation’ gamma-ray observatory is underway to probe the extreme Universe
A ‘Revolutionary’ Way to Feed the World That’s Very Old
A ‘rewilding revolution’: How 9 million trees reforested England
A ‘Shocking’ Amount of the Web Is Already AI-Translated Trash, Scientists Determine
A ‘Tape Recorder for the Planet’: What Natural History Museums Bring to the Climate Fight
A ‘war on red meat’? No, changes to Australian dietary guidelines are just a sensible response to Earth’s environmental woes
The A.I. has learned how to tell you a celebrity's net worth
A.I. just makes the old problems worse
A.I. Will Not Displace Everyone, Everywhere, All at Once. It Will Rapidly Transform the Labor Market, Exacerbating Inequality, Insecurity, and Poverty.
A1 Revisited: The Seattle Times’ coverage of the 1942 removal of 227 Bainbridge residents left a harmful legacy
Abandoned golf courses are being reclaimed by nature
Abandoned House in the Woods Taken Over by Wild Animals
Abandoned Lands: A Hidden Resource for Restoring Biodiversity
Abandoned Walmart is Now America’s Largest Library
Abba's Chiquitita: Guatemala school uses Unicef funds
The Abbott government’s war on transparency
Abbott's obstruction of gay marriage is a defence of privilege and the power of shame
Abby Wambach, Remarks as Delivered
ABC audience responds to survey on whether extinct thylacine should be brought back to life
ABC Open best pictures from the week 2018-03-16
ABC Open Pic of the Week
ABC Open Pic of the Year
ABC Open: Your best pictures from around Australia in 2018
The ABC’s budget hasn’t been restored – it’s still facing $1.2 billion in accumulated losses over a decade
The ABC’s plan to axe its librarians will damage its journalism. Here’s why
ABDUCTION | Chris & Jack
Abled-Bodied Leftists Cannot Abandon Disabled Solidarity to “Move On” From COVID
Ableism and disablism – how to spot them and how we can all do better
Ableism is not "bad words." It's violence.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people must be at the centre, not the margins, of LGBTQIA+ plans and policies
Aboriginal art on a car? How an Indigenous artist and an adventurer met in the 1930 wet season in Kakadu
Aboriginal housing demolished in Western Australia without notice
Aboriginal owners and energy investors team up in plan for $3bn green hydrogen plant in WA
Aboriginal people have spent centuries building in the Darling River. Now there are plans to demolish these important structures
Aboriginal people – how to misunderstand their science
Abortion and authoritarianism: Why women's freedom threatens male supremacy
Abortion is no longer a crime in Australia. So why is it still so hard to access?
Abortion right guaranteed by Roe will be replaced by state power if the Supreme Court adopts the leaked Alito opinion
About 1 in 6 older Australians experiences elder abuse. Here are the reasons they don’t get help
About 500,000 Australian species are undiscovered – and scientists are on a 25-year mission to finish the job
About 6m across US at risk of extreme weather as over 700,000 without power
About Apologies
About Opinions
About the SPCA of Wake County’s “Take a Chance on Me”
About those kill-switched Ukrainian tractors
About Those Lights
The Absolute Brilliance of Terry Pratchett
‘Absolute scandal’: UAE state oil firm able to read Cop28 climate summit emails
Absolutely Anything filming completed
‘Absolutely perverse’: climate scheme could reward Australian coalmines whose emissions rise
Absolutely Terrible Textbook Publishing Giant Pearson Wants To Make Everything Even Worse With NFTs
The Absurd Problem of New York City Trash
'Absurd' bail conditions prevent Extinction Rebellion protesters 'going near' other members
Abu Dhabi is creating vast carbon sinks from its mangroves and sharing its learnings with the world
Abu Dhabi reduces number of single-use plastic bags by half a million per day
Abuse Of Power: Laws Should Be Designed As If The People We Distrust The Most Are In Power
Abuse of Turning Nut Screw Driven
Abusive orphanages and forced adoption: delving into past child welfare practices that haunt the present
Academic Book About Emojis Can’t Include The Emojis It Talks About Because Of Copyright
Academic Consensus Growing: Phones And Social Media Aren't Damaging Your Kids
Academic freedom is paramount for universities. They can do more to protect it from China’s interference
Academic Men Explain Things to Me
Academic papers should be free
Academics with tobacco industry links are not declaring potential conflicts of interest in research
Academy Issues Formal Apology to Sacheen Littlefeather for 1973 Oscars: ‘I Never Thought I’d Live to See the Day’
ACCC boss wants new powers to crack down on online businesses that make it hard to cancel subscriptions
ACCC to crack down on ‘greenwashing’ after survey reveals spike in misleading claims
Accelerated evolution and automated aquaculture could help coral weather the heat
Accepting anecdotes more readily than climate science is wilful ignorance
Accessibility in gaming expands with Sony’s new Access Controller for PS5
Accidental Guests of the Midwest Fur Fest ~ Hyatt Regency O’Hare, Rosemont, IL
Accidental history—remastering the campy teen horror game Congress famously hated
Accidental therapists: For insect detectives, the trickiest cases involve the bugs that aren’t really there
The Accidental War Correspondent
Accounting Tricks Won’t Save the Planet
Accuratizing Software Estimation
Achievements of the Coalition Government
Acid oceans are shrinking plankton, fuelling faster climate change
ACIPC Position Statement: Current and Continuing impact of COVID-19
ACMI’s Goddess asks us rethink our gaze – and the bias it contains – when we look upon women on the screen
Acquiring a Poly 1: A dedicated school computer from New Zealand
Acropolis now: crisis as soaring visitor numbers overwhelm Greek treasure
Across Canada, Scaremongering Becomes ‘Caremongering’ as Citizens Help Each Other In Challenging Times
Across Three Continents: A Tale of Tumblr, Copyright, and Excellent Posters
ACT government tables Australia's first laws to stop irreversible intersex surgery on children
Act of Love
ACT releases Australian-first draft law to protect intersex children from irreversible medical harm
Acting on climate change can get us out of recession. There are no excuses left
Action Expresses Priorities
Activists cheer victory in landmark Dutch climate case
Activists Gear Up for ‘Terrifying’ Pride Month As Threats Increase, Brands Drop Out
Activists say Iran regime targeting families of Australian protesters
Actor and Sydney peace prize winner Nazanin Boniadi urges Australia to sanction key Iranian officials
Actor Benedict Cumberbatch Performs a Brilliantly Dramatic Reading of ‘I’m a Little Teapot’ For Charity
Actor changes his name to Rainnfall Heat Wave Extreme Weather Wilson as climate protest
Actors are reciting pop songs like Shakespeare and the results are incredible
The Actress by Heather Sherman
ACTROID Reception Robot
Actual greenhouse gas volumes exceed official reports
Re:the actual working sinking ship
the actual working sinking ship
Ada Lovelace Day
Adam Bandt on Genuine Satire - brilliant speech
Adam Bandt urges Australians to ‘embrace’ civil disobedience and join climate protests
Adam Conover: A.I. is B.S.
Adam Savage Looks Back on the Animations His Father Created for ‘Sesame Street’
Adam Savage Sings "I Will Survive" as Gollum
Adam Savage Tours the Jim Henson Exhibition!
Adam Savage's One Day Builds: Totoro Costume!
Adam Smith to Richard Spencer: Why Libertarians turn to the Alt-Right
Adapt, move, or die: repeated coral bleaching leaves wildlife on the Great Barrier Reef with few options
Adaptation isn’t enough. We’ve got to throw everything at the climate crisis
Adapting to a hotter planet has never been more important, and progress edged forward at COP27
The Address of the Future
Addressing climate change with behavioral science: A global intervention tournament in 63 countries
Addressing housing affordability, German style
Adelaide bound
Adelaide Spiders (was Re: Fwd: From DVICE:Hyper-cute puppies, live on puppycam, show the Internet at its best
The Adelphi Charter on Creativity, Innovation and Intellectual Property
ADF captain's choice to wear female army uniform overhauls gender diverse policy
Administration announces $5.8 billion in funding to clean up nation’s drinking water, upgrade infrastructure
Adobe Announces Plan To Essentially Steal Money From Venezuelans Because It 'Has To' Due To US Sanctions
Adobe Crossword
Adobe Flash’s Gaming Legacy — Thousands upon Thousands of Titles — and My Efforts To Save It
Adobe steals your color
Adobe Warns Users Someone Else Might Sue Them For Using Old Versions Of Photoshop
Adopt A Word
Adorable and Amazine Robots
The adorable Christmas advert made by a small Welsh shop that could rival the likes of John Lewis
Adorable Doggy Animation
Adorable Foster Animals Visit San Antonio Zoo | NowThis
Adorable Itsy Bitsy Houses
The adorable love story behind Wikipedia’s ‘high five’ photos
Adorable Paper Art
Adorable Photos Documenting the Friendship Between a Girl and Her Cat
Adorable Photos of Children Fighting Off Monsters in Their Bedrooms
Adorable Red Fox Ecstatically Wags Her Tail While Getting A Really Good Belly Rub
Adorable Robots
Adorable Zoo Animals In Hipster Clothing
Adorable! Leopard & Cub Crossing The Sabie River
Adrian Steirn
Adult Content Policies: A Textbook Case of Private Censorship
Adult Swim - Choir
Advanced Scarf Techniques
The Advantage of Being a Little Underemployed
Advantages and challenges of anti-Covid nasal vaccination: the promises of a French approach
Adventure Capitalism
The Adventure Sci-FI Bundle
Adventures in Electronic Music
The Adventures of Business Cat
Adventures With Post Offices
Advertising Cannot Maintain the Internet. Here’s the “Secret Sauce” Solution.
Advocates make case for more electric vehicle charging stations in outback Australia
AEC struggles to get Twitter to remove posts that ‘incite violence’ and spread ‘disinformation’ ahead of voice
Aemo warns coal-fired power plants could drop off before replacements are ready
Fwd: aerial photos
Aerial Prague
Aerial surveys of Great Barrier Reef ordered as flights show extensive coral bleaching
The aesthetics of science fiction spaceship design
Affordable, Flexible Childcare Helps Indian Mothers Earn More and Worry Less
Afghan Girls Relocate to Rwanda to Continue Their Education: IOM and SOLA Partnership
Afghan refugees settled in London told to uproot families and move 200 miles
Afghan Women Use Art to Resist the Taliban
Afghanistan a year after the Taliban occupation: An ongoing war on human rights
Afghanistan: single women and widows are struggling to find their next meal under Taliban restrictions
Africa and the French language are growing together in global importance
Africa by Toto on Musical Tesla Coils
Africa can prevent Ethiopia from going down Rwanda’s path: here’s how
Africa For Norway - New charity single out now!
Africa's largest polio vaccination drive since 2020 targets 21 million children
AFRICA: Leboncoin adopts new regulations against the ivory trade
African Artist and Japanese Designer Create Stunning Kimonos By Mixing Cultures
African Climate Summit: An opportunity to decolonise Africa’s energy
African countries at COP28: several big wins and a united voice
African Elephant Population Declines By 30 Percent
African elephant populations stabilise in southern heartlands
African Nations Rife With Illegitimate Collection Societies: Nigeria Files Criminal Complaint Against COSON
African Solutions to Global Problems
Africans discovered dinosaur fossils long before the term ‘palaeontology’ existed
Africa’s Cold Rush and the Promise of Refrigeration
Africa’s land and forest restoration initiative gathers pace in Malawi
Africa’s large aquatic animals are being hunted and traded: we assessed the scale
Africa’s TB reduction rate falls short amid slowing global progress
Africa’s Wikipedia Editors Are Changing How the World Sees Their Continent
After 14 years of advocacy, the DRC president finally signs new Indigenous peoples law
After 2,500 Studies, It's Time to Declare Animal Sentience Proven
After 3 months of devastation in the Israel-Hamas war, is anyone ‘winning’?
After 3 years of Covid, CNN went into rural China for Lunar New Year. Here’s what we found and how officials tried stopping us
After 30 years of waiting, Cop28 deal addresses the elephant in the room
After 40 years homeless, Ocean Beach native plant gardener set to move into housing
After 40 Years of Government Inaction on Climate, Have We Finally Turned a Corner?
After a big recovery, the wood stork may soon fly off the endangered species list
After a deadly month for domestic violence, the message doesn’t appear to be getting through
After a record year of wildfires, will Canada ever be the same again?
After a year of rain, towns at the end of Australia’s giant river system await the slow, inevitable deluge
'After All, It's Our Money': Global Climate Campaigners Call for Public Banks to Fund Just Recovery and Green Transition
After Being Wounded With Poison Arrows, Desperate Elephant Runs To Humans For Help
After being wrongfully accused of spying for China, professor wins appeal to sue the government
After buying health company Vectura, tobacco giant Philip Morris will profit from treating the illnesses its products create
After COP27, all signs point to world blowing past the 1.5 degrees global warming limit – here’s what we can still do about it
After Dark in CSS
After decades of loss, the world’s largest mangrove forests are set for a comeback
After decades putting the brakes on global action, does Australia deserve to host UN climate talks with Pacific nations?
After decades, a tribe's vision for a new marine sanctuary could be coming true
After Discovering a 120-Year-Old Time Capsule, Photographer Develops Two Cyanotypes of Cats
After Elections, Strangers Left Messages On New York’s Subway Walls To Remind Us All That We Will Be Okay
After Extinction Rebellion, Australian politicians are on notice – change is coming
After hottest summer on record, heat-related illnesses are now being tracked nationwide
After inflation, the whip-crack
After Maui fires, human health risks linger in the air, water and even surviving buildings
After neoliberalism: how Corbyn and Labour can win the next general election
After Queen Elizabeth II's death, Indigenous Australia can't be expected to shut up. Our sorry business is without end
After robodebt, here’s how Australia can have a truly ‘frank and fearless’ public service again
After Roe v Wade, here’s how women could adopt ‘spycraft’ to avoid tracking and prosecution
After Super Tuesday, exhausted Americans face 8 more months of presidential campaigning
After the chainsaws, the quiet: Victoria’s rapid exit from native forest logging is welcome – and long overdue
After the dams: Restoring the Klamath River will take billions of native seeds
After the Ever Given: what the ship wedged in the Suez Canal means for global trade
After the floods comes underinsurance: we need a better plan
After the floods, the distressing but necessary case for managed retreat
After the floods: Eugowra awaits the insurance payouts that may not come
After the Optus data breach, Australia needs mandatory disclosure laws
After the Voice, climate change commitments should be the next urgent constitutional reforms
After Ukraine – The Great Clean Energy Acceleration
After Uluru: Australia's Politics of Contempt Threatens the Soul of the Nation
After urging land reform I now know the brute power of our billionaire press
After Years in Captivity, These Rescued Harpy Eagles Are Flourishing in the Wild
After years of austerity, Revive writes the next chapter in Australian literary culture
After Years Of Being Called An IP ‘Thief,’ China Now Out-Patenting Others… And Suing
After Years Of Deforestation, China's Forests Are Starting To Return
After years of mass shootings, the US is still trying to understand gun violence. Why?
The afterlife of broken art
Against Advertising: The new and improved argument
Against Bargaining
Against Cozy Catastrophies
Against Scale
The Age of Constitutional Coups by Paul Street
The age of entitlement: how wealth breeds narcissism
‘The age of fossil fuels will end’: Australia’s Chris Bowen hails Cop28 agreement
The Age of Oil Is Ending & We’ll Have a Lot of Oil Left Over
Age that kids acquire mobile phones not linked to well-being, says Stanford Medicine study
Ageing in a housing crisis: growing numbers of older Australians are facing a bleak future
Ageism, sexism, classism and more: 7 examples of bias in AI-generated images
Agent to the Stars -- An Online Novel
Agents of change
Aggressive measures in COVID early years credited for saving thousands of lives
AGL will close Victoria’s coal-fired power station Loy Yang A a decade early
AGL’s coal implosion shows what a disorderly transition to clean energy looks like
Agnes Chow: Hong Kong activist hailed as the 'real Mulan'
Agreement on loss and damage deal reached on first day of Cop28 talks
Agricultural productivity, sex education and gender equity: 5 times soap operas enabled social change
Agriculture Department buries studies showing dangers of climate change
Agriculture Is Killing Way More Bees Than We Realized, Huge Study Reveals
Agrivoltaics Is Making Friends Across Partisan Lines, Thanks To Farmers
Agroecology Is the Solution to World Hunger
Agroforestry project sows seeds of hope in drought-hit Honduras
Ahead of Hearing, Committee Releases Memo Showing Fossil Fuel Industry is Misleading the Public About Commitment to Reduce Emissions
Ahhhh! Panda Cubs
Ahmed and Danice fell in love when he was in prison. Neither expected the biggest test to come after his release
AI and the American Smile
AI and the Doctor Dolittle challenge
AI and the future of humanity
AI and the future of work: 5 experts on what ChatGPT, DALL-E and other AI tools mean for artists and knowledge workers
AI and Trust
AI Art Generators and the Online Image Market
AI Art Is Eating The World, And We Need To Discuss Its Wonders And Dangers
AI Article Generator Falls for World of Warcraft 'Glorbo' Prank
AI can fool voice recognition used to verify identity by Centrelink and Australian tax office
The AI Cargo Cult: The Myth of a Superhuman AI
The AI chat app being trialled in NSW schools which makes students work for the answers
AI chatbots are coming to your workplace but are not necessarily coming for your job
AI Chatbots Have Been Used to Create Dozens of News Content Farms
AI could predict heart attack risk up to 10 years in the future, finds Oxford study
AI design could "bring back the beauty and aesthetics of the classical era" says Tim Fu
AI does not exist but it will ruin everything anyway
The AI Doomers’ Playbook
AI from a legal perspective
AI has potential to revolutionise health care – but we must first confront the risk of algorithmic bias
AI Homework
AI image generation is advancing at astronomical speeds. Can we still tell if a picture is fake?
The AI industry is on the verge of becoming another boys’ club. We’re all going to lose out if it does
AI is coming for our jobs! Could universal basic income be the solution?
AI is creating fake legal cases and making its way into real courtrooms, with disastrous results
AI is everywhere – including countless applications you’ve likely never heard of
AI Is Helping Indigenous Teens in Brazil Keep Their Mother Tongue Alive
AI is killing the old web, and the new web struggles to be born
AI Isn’t a Crystal Ball, But It Might Be a Mirror
AI isn’t close to becoming sentient – the real danger lies in how easily we’re prone to anthropomorphize it
AI laser that reads heartbeat through the throat could replace stethoscopes
The AI music company shitting up your streams
AI Plant and Animal Identification Helps Us All Be Citizen Scientists
AI scam calls imitating familiar voices are a growing problem – here’s how they work
AI SpaceFactory Wins NASA's 3D-Printed Extraterrestrial Habitats Challenge
AI systems have learned how to deceive humans. What does that mean for our future?
The AI That Stole $25,000,000
AI to Aid Democracy
AI tools are generating convincing misinformation. Engaging with them means being on high alert
AI tools produce dazzling results – but do they really have ‘intelligence’?
AI was asked to create images of Black African docs treating white kids. How'd it go?
Ai Weiwei finds peace in Portugal: ‘I could throw away all my art and not feel much’
AI will increase inequality and raise tough questions about humanity, economists warn
AI Will Never Fit Into A Licensing Regime
AI-generated fiction is flooding literary magazines — but not fooling anyone
aibo returns
Aiding and Abetzing
Air Canada flight reductions: FAQs about the chaos in the airline industry
Air hygiene: how re-thinking air quality will help protect us from this and the next pandemic
‘Air is cleaner than before the Industrial Revolution’: a best case scenario for the climate in 2050
Air New Zealand Parodies ‘Men in Black’ and Its Title Rap Track in a Musical Flight Safety Video
Air pollution from fossil fuels ‘kills 5 million people a year’
Air pollution in Europe: 2023 reporting status under the National Emission reduction Commitments Directive
Air pollution in US from wildfire smoke is worst in recent recorded history
Air pollution is much worse than we thought
Air Pollution Isn't Only Bad For Lungs, Say Studies. It's Also Bad For Mental Health
Air pollution levels have improved in Europe over 20 years, say researchers
Air pollution may cause far more deaths than previously thought
Air pollution: how bad is particulate matter for your health?
Air quality at many train stations is alarmingly bad. Here’s how to improve it
Air quality near busy Australian roads up to 10 times worse than official figures
The air we breathe: how I have been observing atmospheric change through art and science
Air-legal, all-electric “flying car” announced in the US
Airbnb’s racism problem is much bigger than a few racist hosts.
Airbnb’s Ukraine moment is a reminder of what the sharing economy can be
Airless bike tires made with NASA technology are now on sale
Airline software super-bug: Flight loads miscalculated because women using 'Miss' were treated as children
Airlines could ditch flights to Australia to meet future emissions promises, parliament told
Airport parking garage becomes drive-through art gallery
Airport staff takes boy's lost 'Hobbes' on epic adventure (photos)
Airship Dreams, Part 1
airwindows: in mix, no-one can hear your screen
‘AI’ is being used to profile people from their head vibrations – but is there enough evidence to support it?
AI’s influence on human decision-making: new CSIRO research
AI’s Victories in Go Inspire Better Human Game Playing
Ajay Bhatt and the Universal Serial Bus
Akademy: Freedom and the internet
Akashinga | The Brave Ones | International Anti-Poaching Foundation
Akihabara still shows off Japan’s love for physical media
Akinori Goto at Spiral Independent Creators Festival 2016
Akira Toriyama: Bye Cha! to the Great Master of Manga
Akiyoshi's illusion pages
Al Jaffee, the Longest Working Cartoonist in History, Shows How He Invented the Iconic “Folds-Ins” for Mad Magazine
Alan Kohler: For failing ‘carbon farms’, money grows on trees
Alan Kohler: Scott Morrison, the Murdochs and the crime of the century
Alan Lomax's Massive Archive Goes Online
Alan Tudge: Keeping The Humane Out Of The Human Services Portfolio
Alan Turing gets royal pardon for 'gross indecency' – 61 years after he poisoned himself
ALARM / HD Short Animation
Alarm Bells Sounded For Greenland's Ice Sheet, After The Collapse of 3 Ice Shelves
Alarm calls decode prairie dog language
Alarm over discovery of hundreds of Chinese fishing vessels near Galápagos Islands
Alarming Increase in Microplastics Detected in Human Placentas
The alarming rise of the new fascism
Alaska's Indigenous tribes 'livid', turn to hunting as salmon stocks dwindle on Yukon River
Alaskan towns at risk from rising seas sound alarm as Trump pulls federal help
Albanese government launches war on vaping, declaring it the ‘number-one behavioural issue in high schools’
Albanese government looking at laws to force big business to disclose climate efforts
Albanese government to rapidly expand investment scheme for clean energy projects
Albanese is promising ‘truth-telling’ in our Australian education system. Here’s what needs to happen
Albanese just laid out a radical new vision for Australia in the region: clean energy exporter and green manufacturer
Albanese urged to cancel China trip as Beijing warns Australia against sheltering ‘fugitives’
Albanese visit hopes to strengthen ties with India amid China’s rise. But differences remain
Albanese wants to ‘change the way’ we do politics in Australia. Here are 4 ways to do it
Albanian migration has spurred a generation of artists to reflect on issues of identity and belonging
Albania’s brain drain: why so many young people are leaving and how to get them to stay
Alby Mangels — Inside the legendary adventure travel filmmaker's secret new life
The Alchemist's Letter
Alcohol marketing has crossed borders and entered the metaverse – how do we regulate the new digital risk?
Aldi, Brewdog Brand War Ends In The Best Possible Way: Collaboration
Alessandra - Queen Of Kings | 🇳🇴 Norway | Official Music Video | Eurovision 2023
Alex Chinneck
Alex The Grey Parrot, Colleague of Irene Pepperberg, Dead at 31
Alexander Armstrong and Kevin Eldon star in new Danger Mouse
Alexander McCall Smith on writing Botswana and HIV
Alexander Robotnick - Problèmes D'Amour (Dub Version)
Alexander Rybak feat. Grace Kelly - 1000 Views (Official Video)
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez says ‘we should be excited about automation’
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, video games, and the new online town square
Alexei Navalny had a vision of a democratic Russia. That terrified Vladimir Putin to the core
Alexei Navalny: reported death of Putin’s most prominent opponent spells the end of politics in Russia
Alfred Deakin Innovation Lectures
Algae aviation biofuel
ALGERIA: 1 million hectares of steppe to be reforested by 2030
Algorithms are pushing AI-generated falsehoods at an alarming rate. How do we stop this?
Algorithms can decide your marks, your work prospects and your financial security. How do you know they’re fair?
Algorithms that predict crime are watching – and judging us by the cards we’ve been dealt
Alice's Tea Party in Shinjuku, Tokyo
Alien megastructures? Cosmic thumbprint? What’s behind a James Webb telescope photo that had even astronomers stumped
Alien species are moving across oceans faster: climate change will accelerate this
Alien vs. Pooh
Alive animal bots, Fun mini-bots
All 14 Weird Al Yankovic Album Covers as a Whiteboard Video
All aboard! The new music festival heading to regional Victoria – via steam train
All Aboard: Passenger Rail Is Rolling Along the Atlantic Coast
All About That Base (Star Wars Parody - Meghan Trainor's All About That Bass)
All Bigotry Is Ignorance, But Not All Ignorance Is Bigotry
All Cats Go to Heaven
All Creatures Great and Small at 50: why these stories about a country vet still charm today
All fossil-fuel vehicles will vanish in 8 years in twin ‘death spiral’ for big oil and big autos, says study that’s shocking the industries
All Gender Toilets Need To Be A Thing — And It's Not About Trans People
All governments are guilty of running political ads on the public purse. Here’s how to stop it
All hail the Anthropocene, the end of Holocene thinking
All hands to the pumps: the colourful rise of community-owned pubs
‘All in same canoe’: What’s it like being young on a sinking small island?
All In Together, A Wild West Steampunk Music Video by Professor Elemental
All major road building projects in Wales are scrapped
All mines close. How can mining towns like Mount Isa best manage the ups and downs?
All plastic waste could become new, high-quality plastic through advanced steam cracking
All rise and no fall: how Civilization reinforces a dangerous myth
All Skulls On: Teaching Intersectionality through Halo
All the Ads in This London Tube Station Were Just Replaced with Cat Photos
All the cinema (and sequels) we have to look forward to in 2023
All the Cool Stuff We Saw at CES 2023 That You Can’t Get in Australia
All the Lovins to Ghibli
All the Metals We Mined in 2021: Visualized
All the Real (Geek) Girls
All the ways recycling is broken—and how to fix them
‘All these people with lived experience are not being heard’: what family violence survivors want policy makers to know
‘All this here will kill this river’: traditional owners grieve for the Darling-Baaka after mass fish death
All Together Now: Developmental and ethical considerations for biologically uplifting nonhuman animals
All your memes are belong to us
All-electric homes are better for your hip pocket and the planet. Here’s how governments can help us get off gas
All-girls robotics team from Ghana wins World Robofest Championship in the U.S.
All-Star Dad Builds Incredible Basement Arcade With His Son
Allegro from Mozart's "Salzburg Symphony", K.136
Alliance Rising: The Hinder Stars I
Allianz raises the bar with the adoption of ambitious oil and gas exit policy
Allowing duck hunting to continue in Victoria is shameful and part of a disturbing trend
Almost 2 million Workforce Australia payments have been suspended in the past year, with devastating impact
Almost 200 asylum seekers returned by Albanese government since May 2022
Almost 200 nations are set to tackle climate change at COP27 in Egypt. Is this just a talkfest, or does the meeting actually matter?
Almost 3 billion animals affected by Australian bushfires, report shows
Almost 60 coral species around Lizard Island are ‘missing’ – and a Great Barrier Reef extinction crisis could be next
Almost 800 large companies paid no tax in 2020-21, Australian Taxation Office report reveals
Almost 90% of children brought from Nauru suffered physical health problems
Almost a third of Australia’s plant species may have to migrate south if we hit 3 degrees of warming
Almost all species in global shark fin trade to be protected
Almost all the snow at the Winter Olympics will be fake
Almost half of thermal coal firms set to defy climate pledge – report
Almost half of tobacco lobbyists in Australia have held positions in government, study finds
Almost Half The Planet Predicted to Enter New Climate Zones by 2100
‘Almost magical’: chemists can now move single atoms in and out of a molecule’s core
Almost nine in 10 Australians support plan to outlaw lies in political advertising, poll shows
Almost no one uses Bitcoin as currency, new data proves. It’s actually more like gambling
Almost Nowhere on Earth Is Safe From Air Pollution Now, Scientists Warn
(Almost) Every Sci-Fi/Fantasy and Comic Book Adaptation in the Works
Alongside Math and Reading, Schools Are Now Teaching Happiness
Alpaca Needle Felted Steampunk Panserbjorne Armored Ice Bear
The Alpine Country Going All-You-Can-Ride
The alt-right is obsessed with 'leftist pedophiles' and it's putting people's lives in danger
The 'Alt-Right' Has Created Alt-Christianity
The alternative limb project
Alton Sterling, Eric Garner and the double standard of the side hustle
Always #LikeAGirl
Always Coming Home: The Pleasures and Challenges of Writing Fictional Food
Alyssa Scott
Am I pretty or ugly? Exploring an unfortunate YouTube phenomenon
AMA president warns of ‘more illness, more loss of life’ from Covid as cases rise
Amanda Palmer And The Art Of Asking
Amanda Palmer on Internet hatred and bullying
Amanda Palmer: agony aunt – your problems answered
Amanda Palmer: Playing the Hitler Card
The Amaterasu Railway Now Runs on Leftover Tonkotsu Ramen Broth
Amateur Broken Hill astronomer wins Astronomical Society of Australia award
Amateur Photographer Captures Intimate Photos Of Foxes Living In One Of The World's Remotest Regions
Amateur Time Hackers Play With Atomic Clocks at Home
Amazing animated shorts by Cerberus
Amazing art made from trashed pencils
Fwd: Amazing art made from trashed pencils
Amazing art work on the street! Manhole mass production process. Japanese Manhole cover
Amazing Camera Calls
Amazing children's writing centres
Amazing Chinese Ad...With Extra Cat
Amazing collaborative art project
Fwd: Amazing Dancing Dog!
Amazing Discovery Claims Elephants Have Specific 'Names' For Each Other
amazing flight video...
Amazing German Designed Cat Climbing Furniture
Amazing Glass Art
Fwd: Amazing Insect Images By Igor Iwanowicz (60 pics)
Amazing Invention- This Drone Will Change Everything
Amazing jellyfish
The Amazing Latte Art of Kazuki Yamamoto
Amazing matchstick models
Amazing My Little Pony sculptures
Amazing Paper Art
Amazing Photorealistic Fantasy Worlds
Amazing pixel art from Taiwan
Amazing Places Around the World
Amazing Scifi Crossover
Amazing Space Travel Story
Amazing Stories Year Two - Once More Dear Friends
The Amazing Story of Kentucky's Horseback Librarians (10 Photos)
Amazing Technology Invented By MIT
amazingly fun photo shopped images
Amazon Alexa is a graduate of the Darth Vader MBA
Amazon and the Perils of Non-Disclosure
Amazon deforestation falls over 60% compared with last July, says Brazilian minister
Amazon deforestation has begun to slow since Lula took over in Brazil
Amazon Indians use Google Earth, GPS to protect rainforest home
Amazon indigenous community restores giant freshwater fish and thrives
Amazon Is Thriving Thanks to Taxpayer Dollars
Amazon Isn’t Killing Writing, The Market Is
Amazon nations launch alliance to protect rainforest at key summit
Amazon near tipping point of switching from rainforest to savannah – study
Amazon of the seas
Amazon rainforest could reach ‘tipping point’ by 2050, scientists warn
The Amazon Rainforest Is No Man's Gold Mine
Amazon Rainforest Nearing Tipping Point Faster Than Predicted, Scientists Warn
Amazon rainforest now emitting more CO2 than it absorbs
Amazon rainforest: Deforestation rate halved in 2023
Amazon region hit by trio of droughts in grim snapshot of the century to come
Amazon tipping point: Up to 47% forest threatened by climate change and deforestation, study warns
Amazon: regrowing forests have offset less than 10% of carbon emissions from deforestation
Ambient Chaos
Ambitious Danish rewilding initiative joins the European Rewilding Network
America And The Nazis, Always Intertwined
America First? To the World, It’s Eighth
“America floats between modernity & collapse”: What Japan can teach the U.S. about averting disaster
America going maskless is nothing to celebrate
America has an addiction to punishment.
America is a Safe Space for Right-Wing Terrorism
America Is a Sham
America is Dead
America Is Exceptional—in All the Wrong Ways
America Is in the Middle of a Mini–Golden Age of Climate Policy
America is Regressing into a Developing Nation for Most People
‘America is the mother of terrorism’: why the Houthis’ new slogan is important for understanding the Middle East
America Manifesto
America's Class System Across The Life Cycle
America's Dangerous Trucks
America's largest hospital chain has an algorithmic death panel
America, The Defensive: Wars, Terrorism And Thirty Years Of Perpetual 'States Of Emergencies'
American and Arab uprisings converge
American bison reintroduced to northern Mexico helping to fight climate change
The American chestnut tree is coming back. Who is it for?
The American empire is crumbling
The American Empire Is the Sick Man of the 21st Century
American exceptionalism: the poison that cannot protect its children from violent death
The American polity is cracked, and might collapse. Canada must prepare
American voters are angry – that is a good thing for voter turnout, bad thing for democracy
Americans Are Missing a Key Stratum of Modern Knowledge
Americans are spotting more sharks in the water. Here’s why that’s a good thing
Americans bought at least 150m guns in decade since Sandy Hook shooting
Americans Don’t Understand How Bad Climate Change Is Or What They Can Do About It
Americans have no idea how much water they’re using
Americans living in their cars are finding refuge in ‘safe parking lots’
Americans Severed Their Connection with Space. And Now We’re Paying the Consequences.
Americans Think About Safety the Wrong Way
Americans Watch Australian Kid’s TV For The First Time
America’s Epidemic of Unkindness
America’s failure in Afghanistan, explained by one village
America’s Got Talent Finalist Dog Sets Guinness World Record For Most Tricks Performed in a Minute
America’s Green Boom Needs More Electricians, and Women Are Stepping Up
America’s inequality crisis is about so much more than money: The ugly realities that elude our politicians
America’s Next Civil War
America’s Self-Obsession Is Killing Its Democracy
America’s Star Teenage Scientist Is Catalyzing Generational Change
America’s top CEOs say they are no longer putting shareholders before everyone else
Amica's World: How a Giant Bird Came Into Our Heart and Home
Amid a worsening refugee crisis, public support is high in both Australia and NZ to accept more Rohingya
Amid More Game Shutdowns Occurring, John Carmack Weighs In On Preservation
Amid the 20th anniversary of open source, Tim O’Reilly warns that platform companies built on open-source software have lost their way
Amiga ASCII art
Amnesty International to shut Asia headquarters in Hong Kong
Among Ripples: Shallow Waters - Restore the World
Among the Bone Eaters
Amphibious houses and floating cities could protect coastal communities from sea-level rise
Amritsar: The Indian city where no one goes hungry
Amsterdam Is Embracing a Radical New Economic Theory to Help Save the Environment. Could It Also Replace Capitalism?
Amsterdam Is Home to a Houseboat Full of Cats—and You Can Pet Them All
Amsterdam to embrace 'doughnut' model to mend post-coronavirus economy
Amsterdam’s Instant Fix for Getting Rid of Junk Mail
Amsterdam’s ‘Smart’ Blue-Green Roofs Reduce Urban Flooding
Amusing art games
Amusing hard drive enclosure
Amusing Tarot Decks
Amy Coney Barrett urged to step away from gay rights case because of faith affiliation
Amy’s Kitchen, a case-study in the problems with consumerism
Amélie Was Really a KGB Spy: Director Jean-Pierre Jeunet Re-Edits His Beloved Film, Amélie, into a New Comedic Short
An & Ria's first flight - the full film
An 800,000-plus jobs gap between ‘welfare to work’ and reality
An A.I. Translation Tool Can Help Save Dying Languages. But at What Cost?
An activist group is spreading misinformation to stop solar projects in rural America
An Aging Movie Monster Looks Back On His Career in This Poignant Short
An AI-driven influence operation is spreading pro-China propaganda across YouTube
An Alaskan village is falling into the sea. Washington is looking the other way.
An all-electric passenger plane completed its first test flight
An All-Electric Plane Takes To The Skies
An alternative measure to GDP is proof that the global economy isn’t what it seems
An amazing gay couple just opened a group home for queer youth
An American Education: Notes from UATX
An American expat explains the Adam Goodes controversy and Australia's problem with racism
An American story
‘An American Tradition’: Lessons from a year covering conspiracy theories
An analogy for "catcalling" (street harrassment)
An Ancestral River Runs Through It
An Ancient Anxiety
An Ancient Desert-Dwelling Culture Embraces Hydroponics
an ancient greek computer...
An anniversary for great justice: Remembering “All Your Base” 20 years later
An Antarctic neutrino telescope has detected a signal from the heart of a nearby active galaxy
An Anti-Porn App Put Him in Jail and His Family Under Surveillance
An App Is Helping Those With Vision Loss Navigate Urban Transit
An Arabic anti-LGBTQ+ campaign is going viral on Twitter
An Architect Who Mixes Water and Nature to Build Resilience
An archivist’s night at the movies, part IV: Science fiction edition
‘An arts engagement that’s changed their life’: the magic of arts and health
An Asperger Dictionary of Everyday Expressions
An Astounding PMJ Video Debut – Virtuoso Gunhild Carling is a “One-Woman PMJ!”
An asynchronous Internet in GNOME
An ATM for books
‘An atmosphere of fear’: free speech under threat in Israel, activists say
An Audacious Plan to Halt the Internet’s Enshittification and Throw It Into Reverse
‘An Aussie icon’: burnt-out car wreck begins 4,356km journey across Western Australia
An Axe for the Frozen Sea
An Ecological Civilization is the Renaissance We’ve Been Waiting For
‘An economic fairytale’: Australia’s inflation being driven by company profits and not wages, analysis finds
An Education Through Earthsea
An El Niño looms over Australia’s stressed electricity system – and we must plan for the worst
An electric jolt salvages valuable metals from waste
An Elegant Kinetic Sculpture by Derek Hugger that Mimics the Flight of a Hummingbird
An Elephant’s Personhood on Trial
AN EMBUGGERANCE - a message from Pterry
An Emerging Paradigm: Ethno-Religious Nationalism in an Age of Anxiety
An Enby Speaks: 6 Survival Tips Parents Should Tell Trans Children
An end to plunder and pillage: how a First Nations nature reserve became a model for the world
An Engineering Argument for Basic Income
An Engineer’s Guide to the Docuverse
An entry fee may not be enough to save Venice from 20 million tourists
An enzyme used in laundry detergent can recycle single-use plastics within 24 hours
An epic global study of moss reveals it is far more vital to Earth’s ecosystems than we knew
An EV charger every 50 miles: Here’s the plan to keep them running
An exciting new idea in Basic Income
An existential discussion: What is the probability of nuclear war?
An Experiment in Digital Self Publishing
an expert
An expert explains the stranding of 97 pilot whales in WA and their mysterious ‘huddling’ before the tragedy
An exploration of the basis for patient complaints about the oldness of magazines in practice waiting rooms: cohort study
‘An extraordinary dynamo’: Doris Taylor founded Meals on Wheels and helped elect Don Dunstan
An Eye-Opening Projection About America’s Clean Energy Future
An Iceberg Flipped Over, and Its Underside Is Breathtaking
An Illuminating Subject
An Illustrated Book of Bad Agruments
An Illustrated Book of Loaded Language
An Illustrated Periodic Table Showing How Chemical Elements Interact With Our Everyday Lives
An Immense World (II)
‘An Immense World’ Is a Thrilling Tour of Nonhuman Perception
An Important but Rarely Discussed Lesson of the Stanford Prison Experiment
‘An important victory’: Native American tribes reclaim a redwood forest
An impromptu drive-through at a Sikh temple to feed neighbors now helps thousands daily
An Incredible and Complex Triple Spiral Designed Using 15,000 Dominoes Topples Beautifully
An Incredible Glow-in-the-Dark, Dancing Bug Finger Puppet That Can Pick Things Up and Throw Them
An Incredible Thing Happens When Dolphins And Humans Team Up
‘An indescribable moment’: Indigenous nation in US has right to lands in Canada, court rules
An Innovative Financing Model Is Ensuring Everyone Can Afford a Heat Pump
An inside look at the dangerous, painstaking work of collecting evidence of suspected war crimes in Ukraine
An Inside View On The Purpose And Implications Of The Torture Report
An insider's guide to Tourette's syndrome
An insider’s story of the global attack on climate science
An inspiring quote told in pony fanart
An intense marine heat wave is setting ocean temperature records in the North Atlantic
An international treaty to curb plastic pollution risks being watered down — New Zealand needs to take a stand
An interoperability rule for your money
An interview with Arijit Chakravarty on ending of the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency: Part 1
An Introduction to Unconditional Basic Income For All
An investment in clean indoor air would do more than help us fight COVID – it would help us concentrate, with lasting benefits
An Iowa school district is using AI to ban books
An Off-Grid EV Camper Van
An Old Railway Running Through Singapore Is Now a Thriving Nature Reserve
An online collection of high-res scans of M.C. Escher’s prints
An Open Letter from a Black Man to His White Family in a Moment of Violence
An open letter on fluoride, science and kindness
An Open Letter on Identity Politics, to and from the Left
An Open Letter to Google/YouTube From a Disappointed Disciple
An open letter to the Prime Minister on the climate crisis, from 154 scientists
An Open Letter to the Reddit Community
An open source search engine that will help you learn pretty much anything
An optimistic future
An Oral History of "Trading Places"
An oral history of #hugops: How tech’s first responders built a culture of empathy
An oral history of Babylon 5: The beloved TV novel that showed a different way to tell sci-fi
An Oral History of Trump’s Bigotry
An ultra-cheap electric car conversion kit is FINALLY here!
An ultra-thin tattoo that gives a tactile sensation
An unexpected winner in the midterms: public health
An ‘Electrifying’ Economist’s Guide to the Recovery
An ‘Unsexy’ System for Greening Fashion That Actually Works
Ana and Elene connected online, but when they met in person, they discovered a dark secret
ANA Unveils ‘World’s First’ Hands-Free Lavatory Doors
analog audio tape cassette nostalgia
Analog Books Go From Strength To Strength: Helped, Not Hindered, By The Digital World
Analysis of 5,500 apartment developments reveals your new home may not be as energy efficient as you think
Analysis of SARS-CoV-2 transmission in a university classroom based on real human close contact behaviors
Analysis of the Original Adventure game, with cave photos
Analysis,Your heat-trapping dark roof costs almost $700 extra a year in electricity. Why are they still so common?
Analysis: EU’s CO2 emissions fall 5% in three months after post-Covid surge
Analysis: Global CO2 emissions could peak as soon as 2023, IEA data reveals
Analysis: Loss is victory for far-right in France’s election
Analysis: Record-low price for UK offshore wind is four times cheaper than gas
Analysis: UK electricity from fossil fuels drops to lowest level since 1957
Analysis: UK emissions fall 3.4% in 2022 as coal use drops to lowest level since 1757
Anatol Knotek
Anatomy of a Disinformation Empire: Investigating NaturalNews
Anatomy of an Inauthentically Organized Campaign
Anatomy of Japanese folk monsters
Anatomy of monster storm: how Cyclone Ilsa is shaping up to devastate the WA coast
Anatomy texts should show sex as a spectrum to include intersex people
Ancestor of all animals identified in Australian fossils
Ancestral Homeland Returned to Rappahannock Tribe After More Than 350 Years
Ancien and the Magic Tablet - "Daydream Believer" Trailer
Ancient California redwood grove damaged by selfie-seeking visitors to get $3.5 million rescue plan
Ancient DNA reveals the earliest evidence of the last massive human migration to Western Europe
Ancient Egyptian Stories Will Be Published in English for the First Time
Ancient pathogens released from melting ice could wreak havoc on the world, new analysis reveals
Ancient Pompeii site installs 'invisible' solar panels that look like Roman terracotta tiles
The ancient practice of livestock guardian dogs is highly successful on Australian farms today
The Ancient ‘Wonder Material’ Sucking CO2 Out of the Atmosphere
and for those of you that love Australia and couldn't be there in Sydney...
…And I Show You How Deep The Rabbit Hole Goes
And If He Sees His Shadow…
And Then Advertising Got Weird: What Is Oddvertising?
Andres Amador Arts
Andrew Fentem: electronic entertainment devices
Andrew Odlyzko: Recent Papers on Technology and Financial Manias
Android actress takes to stage
Angela Merkel’s career shows why we need more scientists in politics
Angkor Wat’s baby boom
Anglican disunity on same-sex marriage threatens to tear the church apart
Anglicare Sydney refused to assess Aboriginal baby’s aunt as carer because she was in same-sex relationship, court hears
The Angry God of ARPU
Animal Antics
'Animal Architecture,' an awesome new photo book about the structures critters create
The animal art of Susan Herbert (1945-2014)
Animal crossing: world’s biggest wildlife bridge comes to California highway
The Animal Discoveries of 2012
"Animal Farm" has been translated into Shona – why a group of Zimbabwean writers undertook the task
Animal Illustration
Animal Illustrations
Animal master-burglars: Cockatoos 'pick' puzzle box locks (w/ Video)
Animal news
Animal news: births and deaths
Animal Personalities Can Trip Up Science, But There’s a Solution
Animal populations experience average decline of almost 70% since 1970, report reveals
Animal Song
The animal sounds in most nature documentaries are made by humans – here’s how they do it and why it matters
Animal tragic: New Zealand zoos strive to entertain lonely inhabitants amid lockdown
Animal Trainers Gone Wild
Animal Updates: Elephants, Whales and Crows
Animals and Humans: A False Divide?
Animals and plants reclaim Scotland's abandoned spaces: photo essay
The animals and plants that only exist in captivity – and why time is running out to restore them to the wild
Animals are now legally recognised as 'sentient' beings in New Zealand
Animals Behave Like People Sometimes
Animals bred in captivity develop physical changes that may hinder survival in the wild, research finds
Animals from 60 different species are best pals at this Arkansas critter refuge (photos)
Animals interrupting wildlife photographers.
Animals keep eating precious plants – we used ‘smell misinformation’ to keep them away
Animals Laugh Too: UCLA Study Finds Laughter in 65 Species, from Rats to Cows
Animals on Google Street View
Animals requesting help from humans
Animals Sitting on Capybaras
The Animals That Went Extinct in 2017
Animals to be formally recognised as sentient beings in UK law
Animals to be recognised as sentient beings under proposed Victorian cruelty laws
Animals Wearing Slippers
Animals Welcome at FAU
Animals Who Came To Say ‘Hi’, And Melted Everyone’s Hearts
The Animated Adventures Of Doctor Who
Animated Babylon 5 Film Has A Name And Will See the Return Of Many An Original Cast Member
Animated credits
Animated Factoids
Animated fractal curves
Animated GIF art by Mr. Div
Animated video shows staggering wealth inequality
Anime and video game theme hotel in San Francisco
Anime Confronts a New Apocalypse
Anime Legend Satoshi Kon's Finest Work Will Stream for Free Soon
Anime live-action adaptations are often hated by (Western) fans. Are they being too harsh?
Animeyed (Self-Portraits)
‘Animism’ recognizes how animals, places and plants have power over humans – and it’s finding renewed interest around the world
Animusic's Pipe Dream, recreated in Roblox!
Anita Sarkeesian interview: 'The word "troll" feels too childish. This is abuse'
Anki, Jibo, and Kuri: What We Can Learn from Social Robots That Didn't Make It
Anna Chojnicka: Bruising bananas to create elaborate works of art
Anna the Red's Bento Factory
“Anna’s Archive” Opens the Door to Z-Library and Other Pirate Libraries
Annella - Love Music
Annie Lennox to become Chancellor of Glasgow Caledonian University
Annotated Fairy Tales
Announcing delivery robots from Starship Technologies
Announcing FutureCast: A New Game Framework For Exploring Pathways Of Change
Announcing GitHub Sponsors: a new way to contribute to open source
Announcing the 2014 Campbellian Anthology
Announcing the 2023 Hugo Award Finalists
Announcing The Journal of Open Source Software
Announcing The Public Domain Game Jam: Gaming Like It's 1923
Announcing The Unicode® Standard, Version 15.0
Announcing the Winners of the 2014 A+ Awards
Announcing the Winners of the 2021 Covering Climate Now Journalism Awards
Announcing The Winners Of The 2nd Annual Public Domain Game Jam!
Announcing The Winners Of The 3rd Annual Public Domain Game Jam!
Announcing The Winners Of The 4th Annual Public Domain Game Jam!
Announcing The Winners Of The 5th Annual Public Domain Game Jam!
Announcing The Winners Of The 6th Annual Public Domain Game Jam!
Announcing Wikipedia’s most popular articles of 2023
Announcing: The Public Domain Song Anthology
Annoying backgrounds
Annoying Trends In Modern Web Design
Annual Performance Reviews Ruin Everything
Another 19th Century Moral Panic: Theater
Another assault on Country and its precious species has begun at Binybara/Lee Point
Another Batch Of Baggage Handlers Accused Of Stealing From Luggage; Because Airport 'Security' Isn't
Another Benefit To EVs: No Dead Weights Added To The Car
another cool bike!!
Another COVID winter is coming. Is this the calm before another peak?
Another day, another roadblock: how should NZ law deal with disruptive climate protests?
Another downloadable SF novel: Star Dragon
Another Italian town is selling houses for one euro
Another mass bleaching event is devastating the Great Barrier Reef. What will it take for coral to survive?
Another Person Is Archiving Every English PS2 Game Manual
Another person turns blue from colloidal silver
Another Problem with Copyright; How to Fix It
Another Reason Why Diamond Access Makes Sense: No Economic Barriers To Publishing Rebuttals
Another reminder that what copyright destroys, unauthorised copying can save
Another school has banned mobile phones but research shows bans don’t stop bullying or improve student grades
Another Show Worth Seeing
Another Sky Press
another southern thang (frighteningly true)
Another stress test for democracy: The imminent election crisis in Brazil
Another study blows up the myth of upward mobility
Another two years lost to climate inaction, says Greta Thunberg
Another Way In Which Patents Contributed To The Opioid Crisis: Hospitals Ordered Not To Use Better, Less Problematic Medicines
Another Word: Let's Write a Story Together, MacBook
Ansenuza National Park and National Reserve created at the Laguna Mar Chiquita WHSRN Site of Hemispheric Importance
Answer to a 150-Year-Old Math Conundrum Brings More Mystery
Antarctic alarm bells: observations reveal deep ocean currents are slowing earlier than predicted
Antarctic birds recognize individual humans
Antarctic Extremes Are Now Virtually Assured, With Global Ramifications
Antarctic ice age survival story: life seeking ice-free refuges imitates art in Ice Age, the movie
Antarctic stations are plagued by sexual harassment – it’s time for things to change
Antarctic tipping points: the irreversible changes to come if we fail to keep warming below 2℃
Antarctica is headed for a climate tipping point by 2060, with catastrophic melting if carbon emissions aren’t cut quickly
Antarctica is missing a chunk of sea ice bigger than Greenland – what’s going on?
Antarctica provides at least $276 billion a year in economic benefits to the world, new research finds
Antarctica, Arctic undergo simultaneous freakish extreme heat
Antarctica’s emperor penguins could be extinct by 2100 – and other species may follow if we don’t act
Antarctica’s heart of ice has skipped a beat. Time to take our medicine
Anthea Bell, 'magnificent' translator of Asterix and Kafka, dies aged 82
Anthea's Garden
Anthony Albanese confirms NASA will launch rockets from Australia
Anthony Albanese to accelerate transition to low emissions after voice referendum
Anthony Bourdain: The Post-Election Interview
Anthony Daniels on 4 Decades of Life As C-3PO
Anthony Fauci on Australia’s COVID response, AI and the next pandemic
Anthony Howe Kinetic Art
ANTHROS – 20 awesome illustrations of humanized animals!
Anti-coronation protest leader hits out at police over arrests
The Anti-Information Age
The “anti-intellectual attack” on higher ed will take years to undo
Anti-monarchy protester suing Met chief over coronation day arrest
Anti-Piracy Companies Continually Report IMDb as a Pirate Site
Anti-Piracy Group Hits Indie Creators For Using the Word ‘Pixels’
Anti-piracy lobby still suffering from self-delusion
Anti-Politics And The "Nanny State"
Anti-Racism Resources for White People - the Australian Edit
Anti-racist interventions don’t stress teens out
Anti-renewables rally inspires counter action, as farmers share solar and wind benefits, debunk myths
Anti-satellite weapons: the US has sworn off tests, and Australia should follow suit
Anti-Sunscreen Influencers Want to Fry Your Skin
Anti-Trans ‘Bathroom Bills’ Are Based On Lies. Here’s The Research To Show It.
Anti-vaxxers are not the enemy: Science, politics and the crisis of authority
Anti-Vaxxers Love Their Children Too
Antibiotic resistance causes more deaths than malaria and HIV/Aids combined. What Africa is doing to fight this silent epidemic
Antibiotic-resistant bacteria in NZ’s wild cockles and watercress put people at growing risk of serious illness
Anticipating a side effect makes it more likely you’ll experience it – this could contribute to vaccine hesitancy
Fwd: Anticipating the Future to ' See' the Present (NYT)
The Antikythera mechanism recreated in Lego
Antikythera mechanism watch
Antimatter belt around Earth discovered by Pamela craft
Antimicrobial Resistance Is Growing because of COVID
Antipsychotics are increasingly being prescribed to children – here’s why we should be concerned
Antique Carousels
Antisemitism on Twitter has more than doubled since Elon Musk took over the platform – new research
The antitrust case against gig companies
The antitrust Twilight Zone
António Guterres on the climate crisis: ‘We are coming to a point of no return’
ANU museum to hand back stolen 2,500-year-old vase to Italy
Any Nation That Protects Bodily Autonomy for Women Is Better Than the US
Any plans to dim the Sun and cool the Earth must be led by those most affected by climate change
Anyone Remember Zoom?
The ANZUS treaty does not make Australia safer. Rather, it fuels a fear of perpetual military threat
AOC Flips the Religious Freedom Argument on Its Head
AOC rips into GOP for inciting violence against trans people
AOC's Fight for the Future
AP makes one million minutes of historical footage available on YouTube
AP PHOTOS: In Kenya, nearly a decade of mangrove restoration
The APA issued 3 statements supporting LGBTQ people & equality
APA Report Says That Media & Politicians Are Simply Wrong About Kids & Social Media; Media Then Lies About Report
Apache Stronghold
Apathy, a videogame political satire
Apes Remember Specific Events From Years Ago
Aphantasia: How It Feels To Be Blind In Your Mind
The Apocalypse Of Pop Culture By Filip Hodas
The apocalyptic tone of heatwave-reporting doesn’t go far enough – not when the issue is human extinction
Apologies: What, When and How
Apologizing Figurines of Japanese Giant Monsters
Apostrophes in Science Fiction and Fantasy Names
App Lets You Buy Leftover Food From Restaurants And It's Really Cheap
The App That Lets You Lend Your Eyes to a Blind Person
The appallingly bad neoclassical economics of climate change
‘Appallingly unethical’: why Australian universities are at breaking point
Apparently Elon Doesn’t Think He Needs To Pay Rent Because SF Is A ‘Shithole’; So Why Should We Pay For Twitter?
Appeals Court Gives Big Loss To Record Labels In Their Quixotic Lawsuit Against Vimeo For Lipdubs
Appeals Court Says It's Okay To Copyright An Entire Style Of Music
Appeals Court: No You Can't Copyright Yoga
Apple and Intel Sue SoftBank-Funded Patent Troll, Claiming Antitrust Violations For Patent Trolling
apple at it's best... :-)
Apple Didn't Delete That Guys iTunes Movies, But What Happened Still Shows The Insanity Of Copyright
Apple wants to know if you’re happy or sad as part of its latest software update. Who will this benefit?
Apple warns Australian proposal to force tech companies to scan cloud services could lead to mass surveillance
Apple's claims about recycling and sustainability are kinda entirely nonsense
Apple’s Fight to Trademark the Actual Apple
Approaching the milestone: The impending end of new coal power plant construction
"The Appropriation of Cultures" by Percival Everett
Apps against sexual violence have been tried before. They don’t work
April Art Roundup: Frozen Nouvea, Sherlock Typography, Polygon Star Wars, & More!
April Fools hoaxes in 2006
April Showers - Simon's Cat
Aquatic robots can remove contaminant particles from water
ARC grants: if Australia wants to tackle the biggest issues, politicians need to stop meddling with basic research
Arcade cabinet enthusiasts discover trove of 50+ games in ship, derelict for 30 years
Arcade game pinball, an old-school craze, given new life as Gen Z dominates world rankings
Archaeologists excavate giant stone spheres in Costa Rica
Archaeology and genomics together with Indigenous knowledge revise the human-horse story in the American West
Archaia Announces JIM HENSON’S THE STORYTELLER: WITCHES Comics Miniseries
Archbishop Desmond Tutu, South African anti-apartheid activist and Nobel Peace Prize laureate, dies aged 90
Archie Roach: the great songman, tender and humble, who gave our people a voice
Architect Turns Old Cement Factory Into His Home, And The Interior Will Take Your Breath Away
Architects Create Free DIY Sustainable "Indoor Garden" For Urban Living
The architectural art of Tatzu Nishi
Architectural exploration game: Kairo
Archive Site -- Stupidsecurity
Arctic ice loss is worrying, but the giant stirring in the South could be even worse
Arctic is warming nearly four times faster than the rest of the world – new research
Arctic land and water is ours, Russia warns West ahead of international meeting on region
Arctic Permafrost Hides Migrating Methane That Could Skyrocket Emissions
Arctic Report Card 2022: The Arctic is getting rainier and seasons are shifting, with broad disturbances for people, ecosystems and wildlife
Arctic rivers face big changes with a warming climate, permafrost thaw and an accelerating water cycle − the effects will have global consequences
The Arctic Smashed So Many Terrifying Records in 2023, What Can We Even Say?
The Ardabil Carpet
Are Aliens Plentiful, But We’re Just Missing Them?
Are Americans Too Stupid For Democracy?
Are Australians socially inclusive? 5 things we learned after surveying 11,000 people for half a decade
Are Bosses Dictators?
Are Cities Making Animals Smarter?
Are debt-for-climate swaps finally taking off?
Are electric cars really better for the environment?
Are electric cars too heavy for roads, bridges and car parks?
Are fish oil supplements as healthy as we think? And is eating fish better?
Are luggage-free trips the future?
Are Mushrooms the Future of Alternative Leather?
Are My Friends’ Deaths Their Fault or Ours?
Are NFTs really dead and buried? All signs point to ‘yes’
Are nudges sinister psychological tricks? Or are they useless? Actually they are neither
Are rents rising in your Philly neighborhood? Don’t blame the baristas
Are repeat COVID infections dangerous? What the science says
Are Russian transfers of Ukrainian children to re-education and adoption facilities a form of genocide?
Are stingrays actually dangerous? 3 reasons you shouldn’t fear these sea pancakes
Are the robots about to rise? Google's new director of engineering thinks so…
Are today’s standards for being a ‘real man’ leading to violence against women?
Are Trump’s Immigration Policies Literally Making Us Sick?
Are video games influencing our children to run too many errands?
Are Vladimir Putin’s nuclear threats a bluff? In a word – probably
‘Are we alone in the universe?’: work begins in Western Australia on world’s most powerful radio telescopes
Are We Doomed? Let’s Have a Conversation.
Are we learning the wrong lessons from history?
Are We Ready for the Long COVID Long-Haul?
Are we smart enough to really understand how smart animals are?
Are we witnessing a 'new scramble for Africa'?
Are we witnessing the emergence of the United States of Australia?
Are Western sanctions on Iran making a difference?
Are you a mosquito magnet? Help may be at hand
Are you a Viking? Yes, but so is everyone else
Are you breaking copyright law?
Are You Culturally Appropriating Buddhism?
Are you in denial? Because it’s not just anti-vaxxers and climate sceptics
Are you kidding, India? Your last-minute Glasgow intervention won’t relieve pressure to ditch coal
Are you living in a food desert? These maps suggest it can make a big difference to your health
Are You Ready To Consider That Capitalism Is The Real Problem?
Are you satisfied with your sleep? If not, maybe you need an adorable Baymax bed
Are You Tired?
Are your cats fighting or playing? Scientists analysed cat videos to figure out the difference
Are ‘Fast Movies’ Really A Substitute For The Real Thing? Or Just Good Marketing?
Arecibo Observatory's Space Cats Need Your Help!
Arenillas Municipal Conservation Area in Ecuador will Protect Key Dry Forest and Mangrove Ecosystems
Aren’t we in a drought? The Australian black coal industry uses enough water for over 5 million people
Argentina Plans To Increase Copyright In Photos From 20 Years To Life Plus 70 Years, Devastating Wikipedia
Argentina: leftists celebrate after far-right Milei fails to win election victory
Argentina’s Brexit: why new president Milei is threatening to pull out of South America’s common market
Argentinian rewilding project sees the return of jaguars and macaws
The Argument for a 4-Day Workweek Gets Stronger After Latest Trial
The Arizona School Setting Kids With Autism Up for Success
Arizona tribe first to span canals with solar panels
Arizona volunteers form ‘underground’ network to house migrants released by ICE
ark nova inflatable concert hall to tour japan's flood-hit areas
Armadillo Electric Car: Fold It, Park It With A Smartphone
Armed FBI agents raid home of researcher who found unsecured patient data
Armor for Critters
Arnold Schwarzenegger has a powerful message for those who have gone down a path of hate.
Arnold Schwarzenegger: A message to the Russian people
Around the world in seven journeys: Michael Palin on his favourite trips
Arquitectura libre
Arrest of Saudi scholar and influencer another sign of social media crackdown
Arrested for wearing a T-shirt? The coronation heralded a frightening slide towards authoritarianism
Arresting the Unjustly Homeless While They Learn to Code
Arrietty and Hugo
Ars Electronica Prix 2006
Art by "Red" Hong Yi
Art Captures How Rockets Feel Forces
Art deco density: what we learned from Australia’s first apartment boom
Art deco will be the visual language of 2021
Art For Australia! Come Shop The Adorableness & Help Spread Some Hope
Art for nerds and nurseries by Tiffany Ard
Art Historian Goes Viral For Hilarious Tips On How To Become An ‘Art Expert’
Art Historical Masterworks Come Alive at Annual Halloween Parade in Kawasaki, Japan
Art Indeed!
Art is a business – and, yes, artists have to make difficult, honest business decisions
Art Isn’t Free / Arts training is essential
art made from pencils!
The Art of Andres Amador
The Art of Book Covers (1820–1914)
The Art of Designing With Heart
The art of particle physics
The Art of the Dinosaur : Illustrations by the Top Paleoartists in the World
The Art of the Factory
The art of writing an obituary
The art of ‘getting lost’: how re-discovering your city can be an antidote to capitalism
Art Students Cleverly Dress Up as Famous Paintings For the Annual Halloween Parade in Kawasaki, Japan
Art Students Transform an Electrical Tower into a Stained Glass Lighthouse
Art work to appreciate
Art, freedom and drag invasions: the history of New York’s Fire Island as a gay sanctuary
art: Stellar Axis: Antarctica
Artaud forum
Artaud Forum 1
Artecnica pop-up lamps
Artemis 1 is off – and we’re a step closer to using Moon dirt for construction in space
The Artemis I mission marks the start of a new space race to mine the Moon
Arthur C. Clarke (Sci-Fi Writer) predicting ebooks, remote working, etc back in 1976
Arthur C. Clarke and his vision of world government
The article removed from Forbes, “Why White Evangelicalism Is So Cruel”
Article: Czech Scientists Create A Real-Life Tractor Beam
Artificial Intelligence Can Now Craft Original Jokes—And That’s No Laughing Matter
Artificial intelligence for osteoporosis diagnostics
Artificial intelligence is already in our hospitals. 5 questions people want answered
Artificial intelligence themes explored in Canberra duo B(if)tek's album titled 2020 have 'come to pass'
Artificial light at night can change the behaviour of all animals, not just humans
Artificial light may become a new weapon in the fight to control malaria
Artificial refuges are a popular stopgap for habitat destruction, but the science isn’t up to scratch
Artisans Cooperative
Artist Creates Adult Coloring Books And Sells More Than A Million Copies
Artist Creates Giant Wood Sculptures and Hides Them in Copenhagen Forests
Artist Creates Relatable Comics Illustrating The Struggles In Digital Design Career (30 New Pics) Interview With Artist
The artist David Choe
Artist John Pugh
Artist Melts 1,527 Guns to Make Shovels for Tree Planting!
Artist Ra Paulette Is Hand Carving Stunning Sculpted Caves in Sandstone Cliffs in New Mexico
Artist Thijme Termaat Spent 2.5 Years Painting And Creating This Timelapse
Artist throws herself at men.
Artist Turns Her Small Studio Room Into Surreal Dreamscapes Without Using Photoshop
Artist Turns Scrap Metal into Delicately Crafted Insect Sculptures
Artistic ad for cashmere knitwear
Artistic changes of scale
The Artistic Freedom Voucher: Internet Age Alternative to Copyrights
Artistic Paper
Artists are not at the negotiating table at COP26 but art is everywhere. What can they accomplish through their work?
Artists help communities during a crisis, not hinder. Why are we still told they don’t matter?
The Artists of ‘PULP’ Fold, Emboss, and Quill Their Way Through the Possibilities of Paper
Artists say AI image generators are copying their style to make thousands of new images — and it's completely out of their control
Artists transformed a Trump hotel suite into an art exhibit with rats
“artists” and Artists
The arts helped us through the pandemic – NZ’s budget should radically rethink how and why they’re funded
Arts organisations say they want to be ‘cultural leaders’ – but are they living up to their goals?
Aruba Considers Enshrining the ‘Rights of Nature’ in Its Constitution
Arundhati Roy on Fiction in the Face of Rising Fascism
As 2024 Looms, Neo-Nazis Are Returning to the Streets
As a doctor I’ve been given some inexpensive yet priceless gifts. These are my favourites
As a Trans Person, I Don't Think Conservatives See Me As Human
As Africa Loses Forest, Its Small Farmers Are Bringing Back Trees
As Amazon burns, Trump wants to log world’s largest intact temperate rainforest in Alaska
As another cyclone heads for Queensland, we must be ready for the new threat: torrential rain and floods
As Antarctic sea ice continues its dramatic decline, we need more measurements and much better models to predict its future
As Aussie as vanilla slice: how the delicate European dessert became the snot block of Aussie bakeries
As Australia strengthens its ties with the Philippines, it’s wading even further into the dangerous South China Sea
As Australian-Chinese writer Yang Hengjun’s trial begins, his prospects remain bleak
As Australia’s net zero transition threatens to stall, rooftop solar could help provide the power we need
As Big Book Publishers Look To Kill The Internet Archive, It Introduces ‘Democracy’s Library’
As Bird Kills from Buildings Mount, Cities Look for Solutions
As Chinese dialects decline, Australia offers a safe haven for some endangered languages
As chinook salmon get thinner and fewer, southern resident killer whales struggle to find enough food
As climate change warms rivers, they are running out of breath – and so could the plants and animals they harbor
As climate clock ticks, aviator Garrett Fisher races to photograph glaciers
As Climate Money Pours In, Some Urban Freeways May Disappear
As Climate Scientists Speak Out, Sexist Attacks Are on the Rise
As countries ranging from Indonesia to Mexico aim to attract digital nomads, locals say ‘not so fast’
As Covid Spread, a Strain of Flu Disappeared. Now Scientists Say a Second Could Go Too
As cryptocurrencies take hold, NZ must address the climate impacts of their colossal energy demand
As EVs continue to innovate, expect plenty of surprises
As Fiji prepares to vote, democracy could already be the loser
As Fox News settles its lawsuit with Dominion, will it make any difference to how it reports?
As heat records break, the climate movement has the right answers – but the words are all wrong
As heatwaves and floods hit cities worldwide, these places are pioneering solutions
As India’s Project Tiger turns 50, hope for the big cat
As livestock theft becomes a growing problem in rural Australia, new technologies offer hope
As more biometric data is collected in schools, parents need to ask these 10 questions
As Myanmar suffers, the military junta is desperate, isolated and running out of options
As New South Wales reels, many are asking why it’s flooding in places where it’s never flooded before
As News Corp goes ‘rogue’ on election coverage, what price will Australian democracy pay?
As NSW roads minister, I know we have to incentivise electric cars
As NZ struggles to resolve its long-running housing crisis, investors should be taxed for keeping homes empty
As NZ workers and households tighten their belts, why not a windfall tax on corporate mega-profits too?
As Platforms Decay, Let’s Put Users First
As Prison Guards Quit in Record Numbers, Will Our Failed System Finally Be Reformed?
As Projects Decline, the Era of Building Big Dams Draws to a Close
As Prudes Drive Social Media Takedowns, Museums Embrace... OnlyFans?
As Record Labels Still Are Demanding Mandated Filters; Facebook's Copyright Filter Takes Down A Guy Playing Bach
As rents and mortgage repayments rise, is multi-generational living the secret to thriving in tough economic times?
As Russia and Ukraine trade blame for prisoner-of-war deaths, what becomes of the Geneva Convention?
As Russia woos nations to support its war in Ukraine, will fault lines deepen around the globe?
As school students strike for climate once more, here’s how the movement and its tactics have changed
As shots rang out, the battle to save Western Australia’s stranded pilot whales was over
As South Korea abolishes its gender ministry, women fight back
As Syrians were trapped beneath the rubble, a broken UN system was held hostage by the Assad regime
As the air-raid sirens sound, I am studying Ukrainian culture with new fervour. I’m far from alone
As the Beijing Winter Olympics countdown begins, calls to boycott the ‘Genocide Games’ grow
As the billionaires gather at Davos, it’s worth examining what’s become of their dreams
As The Chinese Government Ramps Up Oppression, Citizens Are Pushing Back
As the Mississippi Swerves, Can We Let Nature Regain Control?
As The Social Media Moral Panic Continues, People Keep Highlighting How Much Value It Actually Provides
As the states consider animal welfare law reform, what changes would curb cruelty against animals?
As the temperature rises, so do rates of domestic violence
As the war in Gaza continues, Germany’s unstinting defence of Israel has unleashed a culture war that has just reached Australia
As the Water Rises, Mobile Home Parks Are on the Move
As The World Frets Over Social Media Tracking For Advertising, Young People Are Turning Fooling Sites Into Sport
As the world heats up, solar panels will degrade faster – especially in hot, humid areas. What can we do?
As the world moves to a low carbon economy, has diesel fuel run its course?
As the world searches for safe, low-cost big batteries, an old Australian invention is getting new attention
As the world surges ahead on electric vehicle policy, the Morrison government’s new strategy leaves Australia idling in the garage
As uni goes back, here’s how teachers and students can use ChatGPT to save time and improve learning
As US Road Deaths Rise, France Is Safer Than Ever. Why?
As Varroa spreads, now is the time to fight for Australia’s honey bees – and you can help
As Western Sydney residents grapple with climate change, they want political action
As winter approaches, will Putin’s ‘partial mobilisation’ help Russia win the war in Ukraine?
Ascot declines to renew insurance policy for Adani coal mine
Asian elephants reassure others in distress: First empirical evidence of consolation in elephants
Asians In Asia View Cultural Appropriation Differently Than You Realize
Asia’s ‘thirst’ for Indigenous Australian art on full display in South Korea
Fwd: Fw: Ask a ninja
Ask a policy expert: How much do we pay for our politicians?
Ask Ethan: Why Aren't Spiral Galaxies More Wound Up?
Ask Ethan: Why don’t you look like a scientist?
Ask Me About Being A Birthday Party Princess
Ask the real experts about ocean acidification, not climate science deniers
Asking the Right Questions About AI
Assassin's Kittens Unity
The Assassination of Human Rights Activist Marielle Franco Was a Huge Loss for Brazil — and the World
Assault of the Corporate Libertarians
Assyrian Women of Letters
Asterix and Obelix in Britain
Asterix creator Albert Uderzo dies at 92
Asterix translator..
Asteroid 2023 BU just passed a few thousand kilometres from Earth. Here’s why that’s exciting
Astonishing 3D animated cat on Tokyo digital billboard
Astonishing book tunnel entrance to bookstore
‘Astonishing’ Roman tomb unearthed near London Bridge station
‘Astonishing’: global demand for exotic pets is driving a massive trade in unprotected wildlife
The astounding impact and reach of long Covid, in numbers and charts
Astounding underwater photography contest winners
Astronauts eject UK-led space junk demo mission
Astronauts to live and work on the moon by 2030, Nasa official says
The astronomer and the witch – how Kepler saved his mother from the stake
Astronomers have detected another ‘planet killer’ asteroid. Could we miss one coming our way?
Astronomers puzzled by ‘planet that shouldn’t exist’
Astronomers Reveal First-Ever Direct Image of Planets Around a Sun-Like Star
Astronomers witness the dying flare of a star torn apart by a black hole halfway across the Universe
Astronomy Geekiness
Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2023 winners
Astronomy Picture of the Day
Astronomy picture of the day: The Earth at Night
Astrophysicists re-imagine world map, designing a less distorted, 'radically different' way to see the world
ASU lecture to preview forthcoming book 'The White Savior and the Waif'
Asus Bamboo Ecobook Computer
Asus EeePC from Vapor to reality
Asylum seekers in Greece ‘facing two great injustices of our time’
Asylum Solutions: saving money with a more humane response
At 16, Australians can drive, work and apply for the army – so why can’t they vote?
At chocolate time, we’ve discovered what the brands that score best on child labour and the environment have in common
At COP27 climate summit, Brazil’s Lula says Amazon deforestation to stop
At Davos we will tell world leaders to abandon the fossil fuel economy
At Fitzroy Crossing and around Australia, community radio empowers local responses to climate impacts
At KC’s Giving Grove, the mission is ‘much bigger than food’
At last, a new movie that’s as beautiful and insane as The Fifth Element
At last, for Yorick. Bequeathed skull stars in Hamlet
At Last, Single-Photon Cameras Could Peer Into Your Brain
At least 17 million people in the WHO European Region experienced long COVID in the first two years of the pandemic; millions may have to live with it for years to come
At least 58 Iranian children reportedly killed since anti-regime protests began
At least a dozen climate activists face jail time under NSW laws used to lock up Violet Coco
At Least One Of These Posts Will Make You Laugh Even If You Don't Play D&D
At Oak Flat, courts and politicians fail tribes
At Old Coal Mines, the American Chestnut Tries for a Comeback
At On-Campus Retirement Communities, Seniors and ‘Seniors’ Forge Deep Bonds
At OzAsia 2023, Australia’s appreciation of multiculturalism and diversity is most evident in food
At Sahara’s edge, old habits protect crops from new climate
‘At the brink’: international students in Australia are ending up homeless and hungry
At the Far Ends of a New Universal Law
At This Danish School, LARPing Is the Future of Education
At This Grocery Store, Shoppers Pay What They Wish
At Work Inside Our Detention Centres: A Guard’s Story
At Work, Expertise Is Falling Out of Favor
At Yale, we conducted an experiment to turn conservatives into liberals. The results say a lot about our political divisions.
At-home DNA tests just aren’t that reliable – and the risks may outweigh the benefits
Atagi expected to update advice on fifth dose of Covid vaccine within weeks
The Athanasius Kircher Society
Atlantic hurricane season 2023: El Niño and extreme Atlantic Ocean heat are about to clash
The Atlantic is at risk of circulation collapse – it would mean even greater climate chaos across Europe
Atlantic Ocean circulation nearing ‘devastating’ tipping point, study finds
Atlantic Ocean is headed for a tipping point − once melting glaciers shut down the Gulf Stream, we would see extreme climate change within decades, study shows
Atlantic Salmon Is Basically Extinct: You’re Eating a Genetically Eroded Version
The Atlas Obscura Explorer’s Guide for the World’s Most Adventurous Kid
Atlas of Prejudice
Atmospheric dust may have hidden true extent of global heating
Atmospheric Optics
Atmospheric optics and nacreous clouds
Atmospheric rivers over California’s wildfire burn scars raise fears of deadly mudslides – this is what cascading climate disasters look like
Atom Smith x Emma Lea - Higher & Higher (Official MV)
Atomic Rockets
Atomic tomatoes are not the only fruit
The Atomium, Belgium
ATROPA -- Sci-fi Short
Attacks on cargo ships in the Red Sea threaten Australia’s trade – we need a Plan B
Attacks on Dan Andrews are part of News Corporation’s long abuse of power
Attacks on the People’s Press
Attacks on Ukraine’s hospitals are deliberate and brutal. The world must respond to these acts of terror
Attention managers: if you expect First Nations’ staff to do all your ‘Indigenous stuff’, this isn’t support – it’s racism
Attention Philanthropy 2009
Attention United Nations: don’t be fooled by Australia’s latest report on the Great Barrier Reef
Attribution is hard
Auckland flooding: death toll rises as New Zealand hit with more heavy rain and landslides
The Auckland floods are a sign of things to come – the city needs stormwater systems fit for climate change
Auckland floods: even stormwater reform won’t be enough – we need a ‘sponge city’ to avoid future disasters
‘Audacious’ reforestation effort grows in Brazil
Audi Lunar Quattro | Fully Charged
[IP] Audio recording from - ancient Pompeii !!!
Auditors slam EU for 'marine protected areas' that fail to protect ocean
Augmented Reality GPS Navigation in a Smart Contact Lens – Made With 3D Printer!
Auguste Rodin's Sculptures Are In The Public Domain; 3D Scans Of Them Should Be, Too
Aurealis Awards
Aurora - Full Performance (Live on KEXP)
Aurora Borealis photos
Aurora photos from the Solar storm
Aus-NZ refugee deal is a bandage on a failed policy. It’s time to end offshore processing
Auschwitz survivor marks 92nd birthday on Holocaust Remembrance Day
Aussie classic 4WD startup becomes biggest global EV conversion manufacturer
Aussie expats join forces in Ads Up group to help refugees find their feet in the US
Aussie Productivity Commission Doubles Down On Fair Use And Serious Copyright & Patent Reform
Aussie startup invents breakthrough non-toxic battery electrolyte that’s cheaper ‘by factor of 100’
Austerity Is Not the Only Way: Portugal!
Austerity policies do more harm than good, IMF study concludes
Austin Gave Poor Families a Basic Income. It Changed Their Lives.
Austin mom launches clothing line for girls who don’t want to be defined by pink and purple
Australia 'addicted to roads', says leaked infrastructure report
Australia already has a UK-style windfall profits tax on gas – but we’ll give away tens of billions of dollars unless we fix it soon
Australia and Norway were once tied in global anti-corruption rankings. Now, we’re heading in opposite directions
Australia and the US are firm friends on defence – now let’s turn that into world-beating climate action
Australia and xenophobia
Australia at risk of electricity supply shortages as renewable projects lag behind coal plant closures
Australia breaches WHO treaty with carbon neutral certification of big tobacco company
Australia breeds brainy birds
Australia bushfires spark 'unprecedented' climate disinformation
Australia can help ensure the biggest mine in PNG’s history won’t leave a toxic legacy
Australia can learn from the UK’s experience by making banks pay for scam losses
Australia can no longer afford to ignore Russia’s expanding naval power in the Pacific
Australia commits to $3.5 billion tank purchase from the US
Australia confirms extinction of 13 more species, including first reptile since colonisation
Australia could rapidly shift to clean transport – if we had a strategy. So we put this plan together
Australia could ‘green’ its degraded landscapes for just 6% of what we spend on defence
Australia Cuts 80% of Plastic Bag Use in 3 Short Months
Australia Day hasn’t always been on January 26, but it has always been an issue
Australia denies Cameroonian journalist visa over suspicion she would illegally overstay
Australia does not have a welfare problem. We have a poverty problem
Australia ends ‘wasted decade’ with emissions reduction law, leader says
Australia experiencing a COVID ‘wave on wave’
Australia faces worsening extreme weather events latest BoM and CSIRO climate report finds
Australia finally has a Net Zero Authority – here’s what should top its agenda
Australia finally has an electric vehicle strategy. How does it stack up?
Australia finally has new climate laws. Now, let’s properly consider the astounding social cost of carbon
Australia Fires: Rescue dog Bear saves scores of koalas
Australia had a record number of police shootings in the past year. Should we be concerned?
Australia has a once in a lifetime opportunity to break the stranglehold fossil fuels have on our politics
Australia has been crying out for a national housing plan, and new council is a big step towards having one
Australia has coped fairly well with the pandemic. With climate change? It’s a different story
Australia has failed greater gliders: since they were listed as ‘vulnerable’ we’ve destroyed more of their habitat
Australia has finally backed a plan to let developing countries make cheap COVID-19 vaccines — what matters is what it does next
Australia has hundreds of mammal species. We want to find them all – before they’re gone
Australia has introduced a new bill that will allow us to ship carbon emissions overseas. Here’s why that’s not a great idea
Australia has invented Shazam for spiders
Australia has lost 140 journals in a decade. That’s damaging for local research and education
Australia has more native bird species than almost anywhere else. What led to this explosion of diversity?
Australia has not just had a ‘diplomacy fail’ – it has been devaluing the profession for decades
Australia has overshot three planetary boundaries based on how we use land
Australia has relied on agricultural innovation to farm our dry land. We’ll need more for the uncertain years ahead
Australia has way more PhD graduates than academic jobs. Here’s how to rethink doctoral degrees
Australia hasn’t figured out low-level nuclear waste storage yet – let alone high-level waste from submarines
Australia invests $4.29bn in renewable energy in December quarter, 10 times the previous three months
Australia is 'ground zero' in climate crisis and must show leadership, top researchers say
Australia is at the climate crossroads. The choice is yours, mates
Australia is bringing migrant workers back – but exploitation is still rampant. Here are 3 changes needed now
Australia is building a billion-dollar arms export industry. This is how weapons can fall in the wrong hands
Australia is built on lies, so why would we be surprised about lies about climate change?
Australia is creating an underclass of exploited farm workers, unable to speak up
Australia is dragging its feet on healthy eating. In 5 years we’ve made woeful progress
Australia is failing marginalised people, and it shows in COVID death rates
Australia is failing on electric vehicles. California shows it’s possible to pick up the pace
Australia is heading for its third Omicron wave. Here’s what to expect from BA.4 and BA.5
Australia is in a unique position to eliminate the bee-killing Varroa mite. Here’s what happens if we don’t
Australia is leaving thousands of international graduates in visa limbo, and it’s about to get worse
Australia is on track to have easily double the local death toll of Spanish Flu, with Covid
Australia is phasing out single-use plastics — but what items and when depends on where you live
Australia is poised to be a world leader in offshore wind, but any potential risks to marine life remain poorly regulated
‘Australia is sleepwalking’: a bushfire scientist explains what the Hawaii tragedy means for our flammable continent
Australia is spending millions to lure Hollywood productions. But is it worth it?
Australia is still reckoning with a shameful legacy: the resettlement of suspected war criminals after WWII
Australia is touted as a future clean energy ‘superpower’ – but research suggests other nations will outperform us
Australia is transitioning gas out of the energy system
Australia is undermining the Paris Agreement, no matter what Morrison says – we need new laws to stop this
Australia just committed $207 million to a major satellite program. What is it, and why do we need it?
Australia just flew its own ‘vomit comet’. It’s a big deal for zero-gravity space research
Australia launches action against Russia over MH17, in bid for reparations
Australia launches emergency relocation of fish as largest river system faces collapse
Australia matches its hottest day on record as Western Australia town hits 50.7C
Australia may spend hundreds of millions of dollars on quantum computing research. Are we chasing a mirage?
Australia must get serious about airborne infection transmission. Here’s what we need to do
Australia must lead the world on nature restoration through ambitious interpretation of international law
Australia must urgently adapt to extreme weather or face soaring premiums, insurers warn
Australia needs a robust cybersecurity overhaul – not whack-a-mole bans on apps like TikTok
Australia needs a ‘knowledge economy’ fuelled by scientists and arts graduates: here’s why
Australia needs much more solar and wind power, but where are the best sites? We mapped them all
Australia needs ‘substantial increase’ in large-scale renewables projects to meet decarbonisation targets
Australia not prepared for how Antarctic ice changes will hit economy, scientist warns
Australia now has its own grand mosque: a brief history of how these buildings fold into the urban landscape
Australia once rejected ‘feeble-minded’ immigrants. While the language has changed, discrimination remains
Australia ordered to negotiate with 122 Indonesians wrongly held in adult jails when they were children
Australia plans electric vehicle network
Australia plans to be a big green hydrogen exporter to Asian markets – but they don’t need it
Australia poorly prepared for deadly avian flu that kills millions of wild birds, experts warn
Australia ranks last for climate action among UN member countries
Australia ranks last out of 54 nations on its strategy to cope with climate change. The Glasgow summit is a chance to protect us all
Australia records driest September as fires rage in NSW, Victoria and Tasmania
Australia relies on controversial offsets to meet climate change targets. We might not get away with it in Egypt
Australia risks relying on Pfizer and Moderna for its COVID vaccines. 3 ways to break free
Australia risks UN human rights blacklisting as states fail to meet prison obligations
Australia secured asylum deal by staying 'silent' on rights abuses: Sri Lanka PM
Australia set to welcome JAXA’s Hayabusa2
Australia should follow Ireland’s lead and add stronger health warning labels to alcohol
Australia should have a universal basic income for artists. Here’s what that could look like
Australia spends billions planting trees – then wipes out carbon gains by bulldozing them
Australia spends more propping up fossil fuels than it does on the Army
Australia spent a million dollars training me – and now I’m leaving
Australia surpasses 10,000 Covid deaths as authorities warn of another wave of infections
Australia sweltered through its 4th-hottest year in 2020
Australia takes from the poor to give to the rich
Australia Takes Its First Baby Steps On the Road To A Right-To-Repair Law, With A Consultation About Tractors
Australia taxes its massive gas exports so weakly that we pay more on Hecs than companies do on PRRT
Australia tells Pacific Islands to “reflect” on climate action, dial down “crisis” talk
Australia the only developed nation on world list of deforestation hotspots
Australia the second thirstiest country for bottled water despite paying the highest prices, says UN report
Australia Threatening Over 100 Journalists For Accurately Reporting On Cardinal Pell's Sex Abuse Trial
Australia to ban non-prescription vapes in biggest smoking reforms in a decade
Australia to immediately begin releasing people held in indefinite immigration detention
Australia to return to the Eurovision Song Contest!
Australia to transport last asylum seekers off Nauru within weeks, refugees say
Australia to triple size of protected marine park to area larger than Germany
Australia Triumphs Definitively In Long-Running Battle With Big Tobacco Over Plain Packs For Cigarettes
Australia urged not to rely on ‘drug dealer’s defence’ for gas exports and help wean Japan off fossil fuels
Australia urged to name heatwaves to combat dangers of extreme temperatures
Australia urged to take leadership role at Cop15 biodiversity summit
Australia urgently needs a grid upgrade – but the march of new power lines faces a bush revolt
Australia violated the rights of Torres Strait Islanders by failing to act on climate change, the UN says. Here’s what that means
Australia vs New Zealand. You can tell a lot about a country by the way it budgets
Australia wants a space industry. So why won’t we pay for the basic research to drive it?
Australia wants navy boats with lots of weapons, but no crew. Will they run afoul of international law?
Australia warned of ‘over-mining’ risk in race to secure minerals needed for clean energy
Australia was a model for protecting people from COVID-19 — and then we dumped half a million people back into poverty
Australia was not big enough to vote for the voice, Stan Grant says
Australia wasn’t always supportive of India becoming independent. But 75 years on, relations have thawed
Australia will likely adopt a net-zero target by COP26. It will be a bad target
Australia will soon have its first Islamic bank. What does this mean, and what are the challenges?
Australia's AG Says Public Will Be Cool With Encryption Backdoors Because They Use Facebook
Australia's banks are too big for the nation's good
Australia's delivery deaths: the riders who never made it and the families left behind
Australia's detention regime sets out to make asylum seekers suffer, says chief immigration psychiatrist
Australia's Dropbears win Quidditch World Cup, inspired by Harry Potter game
Australia's endangered forests are being 'stolen' and sold in hardware and office stores
Fwd: Australia's First Boat People
Australia's first cat cafe opens in Melbourne
Australia's first electric passenger plane takes to the skies of Perth, with Rottnest in its sights
Australia's housing crisis impacted by 'Nimby Paradox', Griffith University researcher says
Australia's largest floating solar panel system set to save money and reduce emissions in Warrnambool
Australia's refugee policy is a failure. This is not the time to shirk responsibility
Australia's rich keep getting richer, with billionaires' wealth rising to $160b, says Oxfam
Australia's stalled migrant boom derails golden economic run
Australia's tallest timber building makes a towering case for eco-friendly construction
Australia's two biggest cities just got closer to phasing out gas stoves
Australia's year ahead in climate and environment — the good, the bad and the controversial
Australia-first research reveals staggering loss of threatened plants over 20 years
Australian $1.2bn program to eradicate red fire ants is a ‘shambles’, Senate inquiry told
Australian Aboriginal Flag Mess Is Getting Worse -- All Thanks To Copyright
Australian Aboriginal people were baking bread and farming grain 20,000 years before Egypt
Australian academics apologise for false AI-generated allegations against big four consultancy firms
Australian Attorney General Wants To Make The Country's Defamation Law Even Worse
Australian banks lending billions to fossil fuel projects despite supporting emissions reductions, analysis suggests
Australian bushfires: The canary building the coal mine
Australian businesses prematurely disposing of devices
Australian Censors Overreach when classfiying video games
Australian companies to take part in four-day working week trial
Australian Court Ridiculously Says That AI Can Be An Inventor, Get Patents
The Australian Curriculum is copping fresh criticism – what is it supposed to do?
Australian deputy PM mocks Alok Sharma’s emotional reaction at Cop26
Australian discovery of change in ‘killer T cells’ could help fight against influenza
Australian dolphins have the world’s highest concentrations of ‘forever chemicals’
Australian Electoral Commission Refuses To Allow Researchers To Check E-Voting Software
Australian electric vehicle
Australian electric vehicle buyer’s guide for 2023 – the best and worst
Australian electrolyzer invention enables green hydrogen under US$1.5/kg by ‘mid 2020s’
Australian EVs could earn $12,000 in a single year with vehicle-to-grid tech
Australian film gender imbalance: shock statistics reveal what’s old is new again
Australian Firefighters Pose With Adorable Rescued Animals for Sizzling Wildlife Charity Calendar
Australian food giants making more profit from grocery sales than overseas peers
Australian food is grown with dangerous chemicals banned in other countries
Australian forests will store less carbon as climate change worsens and severe fires become more common
Australian fossil fuel megaprojects at risk from record high global gas prices
Australian fossil fuel tax could raise $100bn in first year alone, Rod Sims and Ross Garnaut say
Australian garden team triumphs at Chelsea Flower Show
Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year
Australian Geographic's best 2023 nature photographers revealed
The Australian government admits its funding is supporting the gas industry. That’s politically risky
Australian Government Apparently Willing To Follow In UK Government’s Client-Side Scanning Footsteps
Australian government concedes evidence against asylum seeker was obtained by torture
Australian Government Continues To Push Encryption Backdoors It Refuses To Call Encryption Backdoors
Australian government must protect young people from climate crisis harm, court declares
Australian government pledges to recycle all plastics by 2040
Australian Government Proposes Stripping Internet Users Of Their Anonymity
Australian Government sued by 23-year-old Melbourne student over financial risks of climate change
Australian government to crack down on nicotine e-cigarettes as rates of teen vaping skyrocket
Australian government urged to guarantee three days of childcare a week for all children under five
Australian government urged to ‘stop playing with people’s lives’ as people returned to detention
The Australian government wants to avoid the Great Barrier Reef being listed as ‘in danger’ at all costs
Australian government was ‘blindsided’ by UN recommendation to list Great Barrier Reef as in-danger. But it’s no great surprise
Australian governments have kept much of their COVID research and modelling secret. Why?
Australian homes can be made climate-ready, reducing bills and emissions – a new report shows how
Australian Human Rights Commission to crack down on employers who fail to actively prevent workplace sexual harassment
Australian Indigenous leaders say ‘need to be’ at climate table
Australian Labor government slashes annual health budget by $11 billion
Australian Labor isn’t alone. Parties of the left are making a comeback
Australian Law Enforcement Now Forcing Service Providers To Grant Access To Data And Content
Australian losses to online marketplace fraud increase as scams become increasingly sophisticated
Australian Media Company CEO Accuses iiNet ISP Of Piracy 'Lies', Says Illegal Filesharing Is Theft
Australian Medical Association declares climate change a health emergency
Australian MP Pushes Back Against Expanded Site And Search Blocking Laws
Australian Music
Australian music festivals are increasingly affected by climate change. But is the industry doing enough to mitigate its impact?
Australian Muslim millionaire turned humanitarian Ali Banat dies
Australian Police Go Full FBI, Radicalize Autistic Teen Officers Told Parents They Were Trying To Help
Australian prime minister blasts opposition leader over demand to ‘rule out’ compensating other countries for climate crisis
Australian Prime Minister, After Registering For A WeChat Account Using Unnamed Chinese Citizen, Finds His Account Sold To Someone Else
Australian Professional Photography Awards showcase best photos of 2016
Australian public fed nonsense as country heads to “irreversible” decision.
Australian Public Servants Warned Against Liking Social Media Posts That Are Critical Of Government Policies
Australian Raptors May Be Playing With Fire
Australian schools are starting to provide food, but we need to think carefully before we ‘ditch the lunchbox’
Australian Siblings Are Semi-Identical Twins, Some Of The Rarest Humans Ever
Australian solar giants win “Nobel for engineering” for delivering low cost solar to the world
The Australian solar tech that may have found a low cost solution to deep storage
Australian species brought back from extinction in NSW after 200 years
Australian sport runs financial and legal risks due to climate inaction, new report warns
Australian start-up aiming to grow plants on the Moon within four years receives government funding
Australian state of Victoria introduces bigger energy storage deployment target than New York
Australian State's Proposed Ag-Gag Law Threatens General Right To Protest, Critics Warn
Australian students handed ‘wellbeing shots’ made by subsidiary of British American Tobacco – as experts fear new front in health wars
Australian students in rural areas are not ‘behind’ their city peers because of socioeconomic status. There is something else going on
Australian students struggling to put food on the table in unpaid training, but this could be a thing of the past
Australian supermarkets should use ‘shrinkflation’ labels to warn shoppers and shame brands, advocate says
Australian town implements brilliant solution to reduce the problem of plastic waste
Australian unis could not function without casual staff: it is time to treat them as ‘real’ employees
Australian video-game music is an exciting area of cultural activity – and you should be paying attention
‘The Australian way’: how Morrison trashed brand Australia at COP26
The Australian welfare system has always been needlessly cruel. Now it’s punishing half the country
Australian winery readies to power cellar door with Nissan Leaf and V2H
Australian women and children in squalid Syrian camp are being detained unlawfully, federal court told
Australian women are largely doing the same jobs they’ve always had, latest data shows
Australian women will need ‘more than 200 years’ to reach income equity with men
Australian women’s access to abortion is a postcode lottery. Here’s what needs to change
Australian writing and publishing faces ‘grinding austerity’ as funding continues to decline
Australian-first LGBTQIA+ hub opens for Melbourne's queer community
Australians are more generous than their government
Australians are three times more worried about climate change than COVID. A mental health crisis is looming
Australians are tired of lies in political advertising. Here’s how it can be fixed
Australians are washing microplastics down the drain and it’s ending up on our farms
Australians lost more than $3bn to scammers in 2022. Here are 5 emerging scams to look out for
Australians love to talk about a ‘fair go’. Here’s what it meant before we became a nation
Australians May Get Their Own SOPA
Australians pay $163 a month on average to store all the stuff we buy – how can we stop overconsuming?
Australians Should Be Allowed To Circumvent Geoblocking: Productivity Commission
Australians turning to buy now, pay later schemes for groceries ‘stuck in a revolving door’ of debt
Australians warned of 'another COVID wave' as sub-variants take hold
Australians’ faith in politics has collapsed – how can we reimagine democracy?
Australians’ national wellbeing shows a glass half full: Measuring What Matters report
Australia’s 116 new coal, oil and gas projects equate to 215 new coal power stations
Australia’s adoption of electric vehicles has been maddeningly slow, but we’re well placed to catch up fast
Australia’s air pollution hotspots hit disadvantaged people harder
Australia’s annual plastic consumption produces emissions equivalent to 5.7m cars, analysis shows
Australia’s asylum policy has been a disaster. It’s deeply disturbing the UK wants to adopt it
Australia’s backlog of soft plastic could be processed overseas before supermarket scheme is rebooted
Australia’s biggest agri-solar and battery storage project wins planning approval
Australia’s biggest electric bus depot offers solar and battery blueprint for future
Australia’s biggest fossil fuel investment for a decade is in the works – and its greenhouse gas emissions will be horrifying
Australia’s biggest vehicle-to-grid charging station opened to back up wind and solar
Australia’s Black Summer of fire was not normal – and we can prove it
Australia’s boom in record shops: ‘Our regulars are high school kids who can stream stuff for free!’
Australia’s borders are open, so where are all the backpackers?
Australia’s Bowen Basin producing 47% more methane than global average
Australia’s chief scientist takes on the journal publishers gatekeeping knowledge
Australia’s child workers are vulnerable to injury, harassment and exploitation thanks to weak and inconsistent laws
Australia’s cities policies are seriously inadequate for tackling the climate crisis
Australia’s coastal waters are rich in Indigenous cultural heritage, but it remains hidden and under threat
Australia’s cotton farmers can help prevent exploitation in the global garment industry
Australia’s Covid hospital admissions at highest level since summer
Australia’s cultural institutions are especially vulnerable to efficiency dividends: looking back at 35 years of cuts
Australia’s Decade of Burning Environmental Apathy
Australia’s drug regulator received two hoax reports of children dying from Covid vaccines
Australia’s emissions must decline more steeply to reach climate commitment: OECD
Australia’s emu war: John Cleese outrun in race to shoot movie of how flightless birds thwarted army’s machine guns
Australia’s environment law doesn’t protect the environment – an alarming message from the recent duty-quashing climate case
Australia’s environment must be given legal priority over land-clearing and logging to survive, Ken Henry says
Australia’s Existential Crisis in a Climate Changed World
Australia’s extinct giant eagle was big enough to snatch koalas from trees
Australia’s federal whistleblowing laws have not protected anyone since inception, analysis shows
Australia’s female First Nations rappers turn pain into power
Australia’s finally acknowledged climate change is a national security threat. Here are 5 mistakes to avoid
Australia’s first electric prime mover fleet unveiled, with swap and go batteries
Australia’s first female journalists reported on wars and human rights around the world – but many died in obscurity
Australia’s first mobile cooling hub is ready for searing heat this summer – and people who are homeless helped design it
Australia’s first solar panel recycling plant swings into action
Australia’s first wellbeing framework is about to measure what matters – but it’s harder than counting GDP
Australia’s first-ever electric passenger car is a forgotten pioneer
Australia’s fossil fuel methane emissions are nearly twice as bad as industry reports
Australia’s freight used to go by train, not truck. Here’s how we can bring back rail – and cut emissions
Australia’s government gives more support to fossil fuel research than is apparent
Australia’s Great Barrier Reef hit by fifth mass bleaching event in eight years
Australia’s high-polluting utes spark calls to change fuel-efficiency laws
Australia’s housing crisis is deepening. Here are 10 policies to get us out of it
Australia’s Hydrogen Hype Bubble Is Starting To Leak
Australia’s Hydrogen Pipe Dream Is Leaking
Australia’s hydrogen “superpower” dream could be massive waste of money, says Griffith
Australia’s income support increase is woefully inadequate and barely dents the spiralling cost of living
Australia’s Kangaroo Island named No 2 must-visit region for 2024 by Lonely Planet
Australia’s largest coal plant will close 7 years early – but there’s still no national plan for coal’s inevitable demise
Australia’s largest rail freight company to roll out battery electric tenders in “world first” trial
Australia’s least wanted – 8 alien species and diseases we must keep out of our island home
Australia’s loneliest tree is also one of the world’s rarest
Australia’s marine (un)protected areas: government zoning bias has left marine life in peril since 2012
Australia’s media classification system is no help to parents and carers. It needs a grounding in evidence
Australia’s modern slavery law is woefully inadequate – this is how we can hold companies accountable
Australia’s most senior former public servants and scientists reveal their anger about climate policy failure
Australia’s net-zero plan fails to tackle our biggest contribution to climate change: fossil fuel exports
Australia’s new dawn: becoming a green superpower with a big role in cutting global emissions
Australia’s new development aid policy provides clear vision and strategic sense
Australia’s new pay equality law risks failing women – unless we make this simple fix
Australia’s next government must start talking about a ‘just transition’ from coal. Here’s where to begin
Australia’s next government must tackle our collapsing ecosystems and extinction crisis
Australia’s offer of climate migration to Tuvalu residents is groundbreaking – and could be a lifeline across the Pacific
Australia’s Online Safety Commissioner Say Anti-Trolling Bill Won’t Protect People, Is Mostly About Enabling Defamation Lawsuits
Australia’s plan to phase out expanded polystyrene packaging is failing and was never possible, industry says
Australia’s Poisonous Refugee Policy
Australia’s ranking in global anti-corruption index remains steady – but shows we cannot be complacent
Australia’s record on energy efficiency has been woeful for decades, but that could be about to change
Australia’s red goshawk is disappearing. How can we save our rarest bird of prey from extinction?
Australia’s refusal to sign a global methane pledge exposes flaws in the term ‘net-zero’
Australia’s reliance on gas exports questioned as Japan winds down fossil fuel power
Australia’s rental affordability drops to worst levels in nearly a decade
Australia’s resources minister sees a gas-fired future just as international experts chart the fossil fuel’s decline
Australia’s retail and fast food workers face ‘epidemic’ levels of abuse and harassment
Australia’s secrecy laws include 875 offences. Reforms are welcome, but don’t go far enough for press freedom
Australia’s soils are notoriously poor. Here’s how scientists are working to improve them
Australia’s special visa program for Ukrainians to end, despite war raging on
Australia’s stumbling, last-minute dash for climate respectability doesn’t negate a decade of abject failure
Australia’s support to Pacific surges as China focuses on ‘friendly’ states, aid map shows
Australia’s teacher workforce has a diversity problem. Here’s how we can fix it
Australia’s temporary visa system is unfair, expensive, impractical and inconsistent. Here’s how the new government could fix it
Australia’s threatened species plan has failed on several counts. Without change, more extinctions are assured
Australia’s twice extended deadline for torture prevention is today, but we’ve missed it again
Australia’s Upcycled Skyscraper is The First of its Kind
Australia’s vast carbon sink releasing millions of tonnes of CO2 back into atmosphere
Australia’s wealthiest 20% worth 90 times the country’s poorest, new report reveals
Australia’s wellbeing budget: what we can – and can’t – learn from NZ
Australia’s young people are moving to the left – though young women are more progressive than men, reflecting a global trend
Australia’s ‘A’ rating on human rights is under threat with a handpicked, politically engineered commissioner
Australia’s ‘broken’ migration system leaves 1.8m workers ‘permanently temporary’, review finds
Australia’s ‘cleaner coal’ is a systematic export scam, Wilkie to tell parliament
Australia’s ‘deeply unfair’ housing system is in crisis – and our politicians are failing us
Australia’s ‘inhumane’ offshore detention regime denounced by global human rights organisation
Australia’s ‘quiet diplomacy’ approach to human rights in India has failed, advocates say
Australia’s ‘Teal Independents’ Are a Conservative Force for Climate Action
Austria, Denmark, Lithuania: Which EU countries have committed to decarbonise power by 2035?
Austrian government launches repair scheme for electronic goods
Austrian heiress Marlene Engelhorn announces plan for €25m giveaway
Author of first English novel kept it hidden for ten years – here’s why
Authority calls for new court to help crush lucrative NT wildlife poaching trade
Authors are resisting AI with petitions and lawsuits. But they have an advantage: we read to form relationships with writers
Authors dress up as their favourite characters
Authors Guild, Jealous Of Other Terrible Author Lawsuits Against AI, Decides To Join In The Party
Autism: The children who find haircuts painful
Autistic explosions abound
Autistic Man Called “Stupid” By Gym Staff Teaches Himself Law, Sues The Company And Wins
Autistic people often feel they’re ‘doing love wrong’ – but there’s another side of the story
Autocracy: Rules for Survival
AutoFlight completes one of the world’s longest eVTOL flights with its new Gen 4 aircraft
Automation in Everyday Life
Automation is already here and its taking jobs and annoying customers
Automation may mean a post-work society but we shouldn't be afraid
Automation will protect jobs, not take them
Autonomous Nissan Leaf | Fully Charged
Autotune...The News!
Autumn COVID variants look shockingly similar and powerful for these 2 reasons
Autumn heat continues in Europe after record-breaking September
The Avalanches - Wherever You Go (Live In Lockdown With The International Space Orchestra)
avengergram: "What is it with cats and boxes?"
The Avenging Unicorn play set
Avian influenza has killed millions of seabirds around the world: Antarctica could be next
Avian: Protect the skies
Aviator cat statuette by Hontor
Aviators - Losing Control (Synthwave)
Avicii - Wake Me Up - Conte Remix
Avicii meets Traditional Japanese Drums "太鼓" SOS - DRUM TAO cover feat. Ayako
Avocado oversupply has farmers begging consumers to eat more to reduce waste
Avoiding climate breakdown depends on protecting Earth’s biodiversity – can the COP15 summit deliver?
**Award Winning** CGI Animated Short Film: "Green Light" by Seongmin Kim | CGMeetup
Aware Super: Our approach to climate change
Awe can alter our sense of self and open us to new possibilities – could it help save the planet?
Awesome A Capella Version of "I Wish"
Awesome Animal Robots
Awesome Cat Poetry
Awesome climate solutions that no one seems to be talking about
Awesome Egg House
Awesome Fluffy Neon Creature Art
Awesome geek cakes
AWESOME Godzilla Posters
AWESOME Kid's Toy!
Awesome Math Teacher Does It Again
Awesome Metal Art
Awesome Pet Art
Awesome Peter Pam
Awesome pipe-cleaner animal sculptures!
Awesome Predictions
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Awesome Self Hosted Newsletter
Awesome Smaug cake
Awesome Space Themed Birthday Cake With Planets And Galaxies Inside
Awesome Star Trek Poster Art
Awesome Steampunk Robots
Awesome Story
Awesome Stuff: Immortal Data
Awesome Stuff: Made With Creative Commons
Awesome Stuff: New Digital Instruments Done Right
Awesome Stuff: Putting Nature In The Public Domain
Awesome Stuff: Reclaiming Classic Culture
Awesome Sword Fight
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Awesome video game cakes
Awesome Visual Trick
Awesome Water Droplets
Awesome! Movers in China wear exoskeleton suits for heavy lifting, boosting efficiency, reducing injury as technology expands across nation
The (awesome) economics of open source
Awesomely bizarre light show freaks out Norway
The “Awesome” Tag Was Made For Workers Like This
Awful AI
Awful Library Books
Awful Scifi Books
Axing the Auckland fuel tax reveals the lack of a real transport plan for NZ’s biggest city
Axtara - Banking and Finance
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B-movie bags
BA.2.86 shows just how risky slacking off on COVID monitoring is
Baaaaaby Animals
Babbage: Pioneers of the WWW
Babies in the global south are being poisoned by plastic from the north. Yet they are missing from the data
Babies made out of frosting]
The Baby and the Baath Water
Baby beaver born in London for first time in 400 years
Baby boomers have 3.6 million spare rooms that could help fix the millennial housing crisis
Baby Cosplaying
Baby Dugong Gives Huge Hug To The People Who Saved Her
Baby eastern quolls born in captivity give hope for extinction reversal | ABC Australia
Baby elephant chasing birds
Baby Elephant Searches for Girl's Nose
Baby Fett
Baby names: the royal child and the unknown asylum seeker
The baby that divided a nation
Baby-Faced ‘Harry Potter’ Cast Members Awkwardly Pose in Publicity Photos From 2000
Babylon 5 Is a Perfect, Terrible Series
Back from the Brink
Back from the brink: how genome research is helping the recovery of the Chatham Island black robin
Back Slowly Away from the Ronald
“Back to Normal” Pandemic Policies Are Harming Those Most in Need of Protection
"Back to the Future" documentary
Back to the party: the Duchess of Devonshire’s Costume Ball 1897
Backcountry visitors are leaving poo piles in the Australian Alps – and it’s a problem
The Backyard Farmers Who Grow Food With Fog
Backyard hens’ eggs contain 40 times more lead on average than shop eggs, research finds
Bacteria use life’s original energy source to thrive in the ocean’s lightless depths
Bad ancestors: does the climate crisis violate the rights of those yet to be born?
‘Bad and getting worse’: Labor promises law reform for Australia’s environment. Here’s what you need to know
Bad break-up in warm waters: why marine sponges suffer with rising temperatures
Bad Writing! Bad!!
Badger Badger Badger Strikes Again
Bahamas songbird is under threat of extinction – but preserving old pine forests will help save it
Bail Conditions For Arrested Australian Activists Demand The Impossible: No Using Encrypted Applications
Baiting foxes can make feral cats even more ‘brazen’, study of 1.5 million forest photos shows
Bake Sale
Bake your own playable Angry Birds cake (with video)
The Bakery That’s Owned by an Idea
Bald eagles seen nesting in Toronto for first time in city’s recorded history
Bald Phil
Baldur's Gate 3 Is Very Anxious About Automation
‘Baldur’s Gate 3’ became the surprise hit of 2023 by upending conventional wisdom about what gives video games broad appeal
Bali Has Had Enough of ‘Naughty Tourists’ Who Have Sex in Public and Break Traffic Laws
Ball Pit + Mongooses = Awesome
Ball-riding robots
Ballet was Catherine's entire life, but it caused her years of 'irreparable' damage. Now she's making sure the next generation is better off
Balloon Bass and Box
Balloon Dog anatomy
Balloon Fashion
Balloon molecules
Balloon Sculptures
Balloon tank
Balloon Weirdness
Ballooning into the Sky
Baltic cod walloped as stocks crash
"Bambi Meets Godzilla: The Restoration"
Bamboozled… Are Bamboo Sheets & Socks Eco Friendly?
Ban Bottom Trawling on Seamounts
Ban male comedy writers? Of course not – but do more to give women a chance
Ban on hunting birds with lead shot in EU wetlands hailed as ‘huge milestone’
Ban on single-use restaurant tableware hailed as fast-food ‘revolution’ in France
Banana Museum
Bananas in Bogota
Bang Bang Crazy, Part 14: The Cowardice of Responsibility
Bangkok's idle taxis turned into vegetable patches
Bangladesh apparel industry makes progress in ‘eco-friendly’ manufacturing
Bangladesh attains huge success in reducing infant, maternal mortality
Bangladesh eliminates lymphatic filariasis
Bangladesh's critically endangered Asian elephants get court protection
Banished to a Remote Idaho Valley, Beavers Created a Lush Wetland
Bank finance helps clear swaths of threatened species habitat
Banking on the Seaweed Rush
Banking the Most Valuable Currency: Time
Banks put family violence perpetrators on notice. Stop using accounts to commit abuse or risk being ‘debanked’
Banksy in Ukraine: how his defiant new works offer hope
Banksy's "Village Pet Store And Charcoal Grill"
The banned 400-year-old Shakespearean speech being used for refugee rights today
Banned from using the name HERMES
Banning artificial stone could prevent 100 lung cancers and 1,000 cases of silicosis, where dust scars the lungs
Banpresto showers Gundam fans with gadgetry, doodads
Bar Jokes Involving Grammar and Punctuation
The Bar That Saved Me
Barack Obama, Ferguson, and the Evidence of Things Unsaid
Barack Obama, Stephen Harper, Tony Abbott, John Key: Fully adopt the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
Barbara Ehrenreich never stopped trying to change the world
Barbara Kingsolver returns to Appalachia to tackle opioid crisis, in Dickens-inspired novel Demon Copperhead
Barbershop Quartet from the Awesome Side
BarbershopMe - GQ - Something Tells Me I'm Into Something Good
Barbie Career of the Year as a Window on Centrist Feminism
Barbie Scoops Poop, Dog Desperately Hungry
Barcelona issues annual public transport tickets to former car owners
Barcelona tells landlords: Find tenants or we will rent your property as affordable housing
Barcelona's car-free 'superblocks' could save hundreds of lives
Barcelona’s ‘Bold Strategy’ to Quell the Tourism Crisis
Barclays to adopt fresh curbs on oil and gas financing
Bard, Bing and Baidu: how big tech’s AI race will transform search – and all of computing
The ‘Barefoot College’ Reinventing Rural Education
“Barefoot” Matriarchs Take On India’s Electricity Gap
Barenaked Ladies - "Odds Are" (Official Music Video)
Barkindji custodians near Broken Hill continue to care for ancestral dingo remains with help from archaeologists
Barking mad mechanic made Wallace and Gromit style breakfast machine
The Barlowian Internet: The Faults Of The Internet Are Also Its Opportunity, But It's Up To Us To Embrace Them
Barnaby Joyce among politicians gifted trips to Jordan Peterson-led conservative conference
Barnaby Joyce has refused to support doubling Australia’s 2030 emissions reduction targets – but we could get there so cheaply and easily
The Baroque Music Library
Baroque-Inspired Portraits Of Black Girls Highlight Their Amazing Natural Hair So Other Girls Would Stop Hiding It
Barriers to the Success of the Poor
Barrington Wildlife Sanctuary celebrates birth of 500th Tasmanian devil in Aussie Ark program
Barry's Grand Design
Base editing: Revolutionary therapy clears girl's incurable cancer
Base Load Solar Power Beamed WIRELESSLY From SPACE?! 🤯
Basic Heating Isn’t Sexy, But That Doesn’t Stop Hype Monsters From Emerging
Basic income 'unlocked dozens of doors for me,' supporter says amid call for national program
Basic income and other ways to fix capitalism | Federico Pistono | TEDxHaarlem
Basic Income is now a dominant discussion in India's 2019 general election
Basic income support in South Africa: risks, rewards and what it will take
Basic income versus the robots
Basic income works, a quick case study approach to debunking some basic income myths
Basic Income, Job Guarantees, and Invisible Labor
Basically Half of All Known Bird Species Are Grappling With Population Declines
Bathtub IV
Batman Dance Party
Batman is a Hoarder!
The Batshit Crazy Story Of The Day Elon Musk Decided To Personally Rip Servers Out Of A Sacramento Data Center
‘Battered and broken. I must get out’: what staff told us about teaching and working in universities today
Battered but not broken: how global trade is responding to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine
Batteries are the environmental Achilles heel of electric vehicles – unless we repair, reuse and recycle them
Batteries of gravity and water: we found 1,500 new pumped hydro sites next to existing reservoirs
Batteries on wheels: EVs can deliver huge amount of low cost storage for wind and solar
Battery Bonanza Is Being Sparked by Coal’s Exit in Australia
Battery Makers Plow $31 Billion Into Remaking Korean Steel Hub
Battery-Electric Fishing Vessel Marks A Sea Change For Small Commercial Fishers
Battery-farmed eggs to be phased out by 2036 as Australian animal welfare reforms are brought in
Battery-powered Greek island bets on green future
Battery-powered GWR train 'breaks UK record'
Battery-powered trains are picking up speed
The battle over Australia's brumbies intensifies in a clash of culture, colonialism and conservation
The Battle Over Gender Therapy
The battle to rebuild centuries of science after an epic inferno
Battlelines are now drawn in the war against transparency and truth
Batzilla the Bat
Bay of Bengal: depleted fish stocks and huge dead zone signal tipping point
BBC admits ‘we get climate change coverage wrong too often’
BBC Institutes Changes to Prevent "False Balance" in Science Reporting
The BBC is releasing over 16,000 sound effects for free download
BBC releases 'Curse of the Fatal Death,' Steven Moffat's first Doctor Who episode from 1999
BBC reveals new archive that allows access to 200,000 programmes – and early editions of Radio Times
BBC says Chinese police assaulted and detained its reporter at Shanghai protest
BBC to celebrate Kenny Everett
BBC to launch refreshed Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy Game
The BBC’s Marianna Spring: ‘The more violent the rhetoric, the more important it is I expose it’
BC just announced a game-changer for old-growth forests
bdaul sent you a video!
Be a water bear
Be Good To Each Other, Folks. Because This Could Happen.
Be More Dog
Be Prepared
Be reassured: the world is not as divided as we might think
Be safe on the internet.
Be Your Own Boss: More Co-op Businesses Are Returning Workers’ Power
Beach cleaners notice big increase in plastic waste from merchant ships washing up on our shores
Beach wheelchair at Wilson's Promontory gives better experience for people with disabilities
Beaded moccasins confiscated from a Pa. school 100 years ago return to Native tribe
Beaker: the Decentralized Read-Write Browser
Beam me up Scotty in its infancy?
beamz music performance system
Bear Simulator
Bear-Dar Warns of Approaching Polar Bears
Bears Doing Human Things
bears playing with dogs
The Bear’s Lair: The untold story of systemic gender discrimination inside UC Berkeley’s IT Department
The Beast in the Basement: 1960's sound-effect pipe organ
Beasts of Maravilla Island-a magic wildlife photography game
Beat the Cheat
Beatboxing Flute
Beate Gordon obituary
Beatle v mobster: the day John Lennon put paid to a shady record label boss
The Beatles of Comedy
Beautiful and Surprising Sculptures
‘Beautiful and terrifying’: how artist Richard Mosse brings us the vast, significant and urgent story of the Amazon’s destruction
Beautiful computer art
Beautiful electronic easy listening music from the USSR (1960)
Beautiful examples of eyes in nature
Beautiful Highly Detailed Bamboo Insects
Beautiful Nautilus House
Beautiful Nouveau art
Beautiful old-school 8-bit colour cycling art in HTML5
Beautiful Photo of Adorable Hare in a Field Wins Nature Photography Contest
Beautiful photos
Beautiful Photos of Artfully Arranged Microscopic Diatoms
Beautiful Puma Rescued From a Russian Contact Zoo Lives a Happy Life as a Domestic House Cat
Beautiful Renaissance Paintings, All Done Up Real Handsome-Like as Photographs
Beautiful Science: Picturing Data, Inspiring Insight
"Beautiful" Squirrel-Tail Dinosaur Fossil Upends Feather Theory
Beautiful, rare ‘purple cauliflower’ coral off NSW coast may be extinct within 10 years
The Beauty and Brilliance of Germany’s ‘Cow Chapels’
The Beauty of Japan’s Artistic Manhole Covers
The Beauty of Space Photography
The Beauty of Uncertainty: How Heisenberg Invented Quantum Mechanics, Told in Jazz
Beaver families thriving in the West Country after unofficial reintroductions
Beavers are engineering a new Alaskan tundra
Beavers to return to London as part of urban rewilding
Bebe Rexha. Harry Styles. Drake. How Did Concert Etiquette Get Here?
Fwd: Because you're just too darned cheerful :-)
Become a beach scientist this summer and help monitor changing coastlines
Become a Wikipedian in 30 minutes
Bed Bath & Beyond, Toys ‘R’ Us and RadioShack all shut down for the same reason
Bedford and the Normalization of Deviance
Bedouin (Extended Sunrise Set) @ Echoes From Agartha 2023 (Cappadocia, Türkiye)
Bee and PuppyCat
The bee population is dying. Researchers have created the first global map of the species to save them
BEEBOT Wooden Puzzle Drone for Kids
Beef farmer working to bring back native grasslands from brink of extinction
Bees Are Dropping Dead Across Brazil, And The Reason Is Absolutely Devastating
‘Bees are sentient’: inside the stunning brains of nature’s hardest workers
Bees can do so much more than you think – from dancing to being little art critics
Bees can learn, remember, think and make decisions – here’s a look at how they navigate the world
The Beetaloo gas field is a climate bomb. How did CSIRO modelling make it look otherwise?
Before "The Last of Us", I was part of an international team to chart the threat of killer fungi. This is what we found
Before & After
Before 9/11, Australia had no counter-terrorism laws, now we have 92 — but are we safer?
Before and After with Art
Before Ships Used GPS, There Was the Fresnel Lens
Before the 1980s, Australian teachers could be banned for being gay. A new report wants to protect them at religious schools too
Before the colonists came, we burned small and burned often to avoid big fires. It’s time to relearn cultural burning
Before you die: 100 things you simply must do
Before-and-After Photos Reveal the Destruction of Ancient Forests
'The beginning of great change': Greta Thunberg hails school climate strikes
‘Beginning of the end’ of fossil fuel era approaching, says IEA
Behind 'miracle' AI is an army of 'ghost workers' — and they're speaking out about Appen
Behind F1's Velvet Curtain
Behind the Scam: What Does It Take to Be a ‘Best-Selling Author’? $3 and 5 Minutes.
Behind the scenes at NASA Mission Control
Behind The Scenes Look At How Facebook Dealt With Christchurch Shooting Demonstrates The Impossible Task Of Content Moderation
Behind the scenes of 24/7 service: The realities of 'owning' a Japanese convenience store
Behind the Scenes: The pots, pans, and people that make millions of meals
Behold Miss Ukraine's National Costume
Behold the Return of the Amazing New Zealand “Owl Parrot.” Look at It Dance!
Behrouz Boochani, the refugee writer who exposed the cruelty of Australia’s island jail
Beijing court dismisses landmark #MeToo case as authorities censor discussion
Beijing gives up on even the pretense of allowing opposition in Hong Kong
Beijing is moving to stamp out the Hong Kong protests – but it may have already lost the city for good
Beijing tells foreign embassies to remove ‘politicised propaganda’
Beijing using its financial muscle to target Uyghurs living abroad – report
Beijing Was Confident Its Hong Kong Allies Would Win. After the Election, It Went Silent.
Being A Girl: A Brief Personal History of Violence
Being a Queer Parent is Terrifying Right Now
Being a sandpiper
Being Attractive Will No Longer Be an Advantage in the Content World
Being Kind Can Have a Huge Impact on Your Well-Being. Here's How
Being selective
Being stressed out before you get COVID increases your chances of long COVID. Here’s why
Beirut explosion: how you can help victims in Lebanon
Belarusians strip naked after accidental order from their president
Belgian Cat Festival is AWESOME
Belgian company unveils bendable, lightweight, and wafer-thin solar panels
Belgium approves four-day week and gives employees the right to ignore their bosses after work
Belgium votes to make ecocide a crime under international law
Belgium’s AfricaMuseum has a dark colonial past – it’s making slow progress in confronting this history
Believing that life is fair might make you a terrible person
Belize likely to become republic, says PM as he criticises Rishi Sunak
Fwd: Bella & Tarra: The Odd Couple
Beloved Chinatown restaurant closes as customers stay away over coronavirus fears
Below the poverty line: The real cost of being a university student
Ben Folds - "Exhausting Lover" (Official Music Video]
Ben Folds Five with FRAGGLE ROCK
Ben the playing golf cat
Bendigo businesses use food waste, 'ugly fruit' to create a more sustainable food network
Bendy joints, stretchy skin, clumsiness. Why hypermobile Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome is often missed – and what it has to do with autism
Beneath This Sea, a Sculpture Garden Is Saving an Ecosystem
Benedict Cumberbatch's ancestors got rich from slavery in Barbados. Now he could be on the hook for reparations
Benin bronzes online database goes live with details of thousands of looted artefacts
Bennelong and Phillip: wrestling with our historical assumptions through the entangled lives of two very different men
Benoit Mandelbrot Fractal Art Contest 2007
Bento Art
Berlin 'borrowing shop' promotes the benefits of sharing
The Berlin Pirate Party
Berliners have shown how to stop the march of the far right
Berlin’s Second-Hand Craze Is Turning It into a ‘Zero-Waste City’
Bernie Addresses the Nation on the Health and Economic Crisis
Bernie Sanders Calls For Federal Investigation Of Exxon
Bernie Sanders meets Spike Lee: ‘Where do we go? Where is the hope?’
Bernie Sanders: ‘Oligarchs run Russia. But guess what? They run the US as well’
Bernie’s New Internationalist Vision
Bespoke: A modular DAW for Mac, Windows, and Linux.
Best Ad Ever!
The best adventure stories for kids from 1965
Best Air Purifiers of 2023
Best Aranet4 CO2 Meter Alternatives Under $100?
The Best Astronomy and Space Pictures of 2013
The Best Astronomy Images of 2012
The best beatbox you'll ever hear
The best books on Artificial Intelligence recommended by ChatGPT
The Best Cosplay of Dragon Con 2014, Pt 2
The Best Defense Against Rubber-Hose Cryptanalysis
The best examples of street art in 2012
The best games about home are the ones that make you leave it
The best hope for fairly distributing COVID-19 vaccines globally is at risk of failing. Here’s how to save it
The Best Inventions of 2022
The Best Inventions of 2023
The Best Medicine for My Climate Grief
The best microscope photos of the year reveal a strange and hidden universe in astonishing detail
Best nature pictures of 2012
The best new sci-fi books to escape into on your next holiday
Best of April Fools
Best of ELECTRO SWING Mix August 2016 ◄ ~( ̄▽ ̄)~
Best of Eurovision 2020
Best of Favorite Dance Moves
Best of GLITCH SWING/FUNK Mix June 2016◄ \( ゚▽゚)/
Best path to net zero: Cut short-lived super-pollutants
Best press release ever?
The best recent science fiction and fantasy – reviews roundup
The Best Sci-Fi Characters of All Time: the verdict
The best science images of 2023 – Nature’s picks
Best Selling Organic Chemistry Textbook Goes Open Access After Professor Regains The Copyright
The Best Summary Of Australia's News Link Tax / 'Bargaining Code'
The Best Things That Happened For Animals In 2016
The best Twitter alternatives
The best twitter bots of 2015
The best underwater photography awarded in the Through Your Lens contest
The BEST Used Electric Cars To Buy Right Now!
The best way to protect us from climate change? Save our ecosystems
Best. Comics. Ever.
Bestselling Titles
‘Bet you’re on the list’: how criticising ‘smart weapons’ got me banned from Russia
The Betoota Advocate has put a tiny town on the map. But what do the locals think?
Better COVID vaccines are on the way. What do they do? And what technology might we see in future?
Better Place electric car networks
Better Strategies for Equality
Better than net zero? Making the promised 1.2 million homes climate-friendly would transform construction in Australia
Better World: The Samara Story
Between the Sea and the Problem of Humanity: The Mediterranean’s Refugees and the Humanitarian Reason of Rescue at Sea
Between the World Cup and Barbie, we’re finally having an honest discussion about girlhood
Between Trump and Clinton who will win US presidential election?
Beware of this deadly mix: oligarchic economics and racist, nationalist populism
Beware terrorists but don't sweat the climate crisis – how blind can Morrison be?
Beware the Gifts of Dragons: How D&D’s Open Gaming License May Have Become a Trap for Creators
BeWifi lets you steal your neighbor’s bandwidth when they’re not using it
Bewitched' broke ground 55 years ago
Beyond "Gravity": the complex quest to take out our orbital trash
Beyond a state of sandbagging: what can we learn from all the floods, here and overseas?
'Beyond Beyond' takes rabbits to the Feather King's realm
Beyond Blockchain: Simple Scalable Cryptocurrencies
Beyond breathing: How COVID-19 affects your heart, brain and other organs
Beyond Catastrophe: A New Climate Reality Is Coming Into View
Beyond electric cars: how electrifying trucks, buses, tractors and scooters will help tackle climate change
Beyond Juukan Gorge: how First Nations people are taking charge of clean energy projects on their land
Beyond Lara Croft: 30 truly interesting female game characters
Beyond microblogging with ActivityPub
Beyond net-zero: we should, if we can, cool the planet back to pre-industrial levels
Beyond Protest: Harnessing People Power For The New Decade
Beyond Rage
Beyond the Lecture: Keith David Watenpaugh
Beyond the numbers: the real-world impact of the malaria vaccine in Kenya
Beyond the PwC scandal, there’s a growing case for a royal commission into Australia’s ruthless corporate greed
Beyond the stethoscope: Restoring hope, heart and healing in medicine
Beyond the Yuck Factor: Cities Turn to ‘Extreme’ Water Recycling
Beyond ‘Sesame Street’: African kids’ shows go local
BHP is selling its dirty oil and gas assets, but hold the applause
Bhutan becomes first country to sterilise all stray dogs after 14-year-long project
Bhutan becomes open defecation free country
Bhutan expands protected area network with new biological corridor
Bhutan has long been called the happiest nation on Earth. Here’s what life is really like in the tiny kingdom
Bhutan holds high-altitude race to highlight climate dangers
Bhutan PM Asks All Citizens to Adopt a Stray Dog or Plant a Tree for King’s Birthday
Bhutan took a step towards queer rights, but its LGBTIQ+ people want a giant leap
Bhutan, Timor-Leste eliminate rubella; Achieve 2023 target of measles and rubella elimination
Bias be gone! Can our unconscious prejudices be overcome?
Bias, politics and protests: how human laws constrain and sometimes liberate animals
‘Biblical proportions’: 3 months’ worth of rainfall floods Nova Scotia, forcing evacuations as crews search for missing people
The bicibús: how Barcelona got kids cycling safely to school – and loving it!
Bidding on Security
Biden Administration Announces Rule to Cut Millions of Tons of Methane Emissions
Biden administration cancels oil and gas leases in Arctic wildlife refuge
Biden administration invites ordinary citizens to help resettle refugees
The Biden administration is encouraging the conversion of empty office space to affordable housing
Biden administration proposes $106 million for Western salmon and steelhead recovery
Biden Administration to Fine Oil and Gas Companies for Excess Methane
Biden Creates Two National Monuments in the Southwest
Biden designates area sacred to tribes as largest national monument of his presidency
Biden designates new national monument surrounding the Grand Canyon, blocking mining
Biden Hands the Covid Response to the Private Market, Endangering Us All
Biden Is Aiming to Destroy a Historic Climate Change Lawsuit
Biden plan eliminates billions in fossil fuel subsidies
Biden rebukes Trump for saying constitution should be ‘terminated’
Biden restores protections to Alaska's Tongass National Forest
Biden to create monument around the Grand Canyon
Biden to Federal Contractors: Make Plans to Cut Your Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Biden Unlocks Wind Power In Gulf Of Mexico
Biden uses executive power to create a New Deal-style American Climate Corps
Biden Voids Trump-Era Deal to Open Alaskan Wildlife Area
Biden-Harris Administration Invests $660 Million for States to Plug Orphaned Oil and Gas Wells through President’s Investing in America Agenda
Biden-Harris Administration Launches $7 Billion Solar for All Grant Competition to Fund Residential Solar Programs that Lower Energy Costs for Families and Advance Environmental Justice Through Investing in America Agenda
Biden’s $8 billion quest to solve America’s groundwater crisis
Biden’s burden: four percentage points, a struggling economy and a fragile democracy
Biden’s Unheralded War on Poverty
The Big Apple gets a tiny forest: 1,000 native plants coming to New York
‘The Big Bang Theory’ Co-Creator is Looking to Bring Back Muppets Television Series on ABC
Big banks’ trillion-dollar finance for fossil fuels ‘shocking’, says report
Big batteries storm the fossil fuel citadels, and spell the end for coal and gas
Big batteries to shore up power in 20 Victorian tourist towns
Big batteries, green hydrogen and range extenders: The big plan to decarbonise rail fleet
The BIG Battery Breakdown: Fires, Failures and Future Breakthroughs!
Big Bird broke our hearts today
Big Buck Bunny released
big bunny
Big Business can’t stop its illegal, fantastically lucrative gossiping
Big business is hijacking our radical past. We must stop it
Big businesses will this year have to report their environmental impacts – but this alone won’t drive change
Big Cat Rescue
Big Catch The Movie
Big cats like to play too
Big Change - Mostly Screwed (part 1: the environment)
BIG change: Reigniting Democracy!
Big Changes: New America
The Big Cloud Exit FAQ
Big companies, like Nestlé, are funding health research in South Africa - why this is wrong
The big con: how neoliberals convinced us there wasn't enough to go around
The ‘big con’ revealed: Report details fossil fuel industry’s deceptive ‘net zero’ strategy
Big COVID-19 waves may be coming, new Omicron strains suggest
Big data: are we making a big mistake?
Big electric trucks on the roads could be a long haul
Big Horn
The big idea: is it too late to stop extremism taking over politics?
Big investors warn Australia on climate change
Big Kitchen With Food
Big Kitty!
The Big Lie of the Fascists: That Climate Holocaust is Inevitable by Rainer Shea + Can Eco-Socialism Save The World?
The Big Lie that keeps the Uber bezzle alive
Big Mood: New Report Says It’s “Highly Likely” Civilisation Will Be Beyond Saving By 2050
Big national debates sink in the sands of ignorance
Big News In Anti-Poaching Efforts
Big oil all talk, no action on climate change? Researchers say they've got the proof
Big oil and gas kept a dirty secret for decades. Now they may pay the price
Big Oil Bought my Favorite Science Influencer
Big oil is set to spend $5 trillion on fossil fuels we can’t afford to burn
Big Oil is using the coronavirus pandemic to push through the Keystone XL pipeline
Big oil quietly walks back on climate pledges as global heat records tumble
Big oil ‘fully owned the villain role’ in 2023, the hottest year ever recorded
Big Oil’s Talent Crisis: High Salaries Are No Longer Enough
Big Oil’s trade group allies outspent clean energy groups by a whopping 27x, with billions in ads and lobbying to keep fossil fuels flowing
Big oil’s ‘wokewashing’ is the new climate science denialism
The BIG Picture of Money, Economics, and Humanity
Big Power Does Not Provide Big Answers
The big question of how small chips can get
Big Red Bow
The Big Red Button Argument for Unconditional Basic Income
Big Tech Can’t Stop Telling On Itself
Big Tech disrupted disruption
Big W has withdrawn Welcome to Sex from its stores to protect staff – but teen sex education can keep young people safe
'Biggest Case on the Planet' Pits Kids vs. Climate Change
Biggest ever survey of trans Americans finds 94% happier after transition
The biggest lie we still teach in American history classes
The biggest risk to the global economy no one is talking about
The biggest solar-plus-storage project in the US just came online
“Biggest technology leap in history:” Australia missing out on electric truck revolution
Bike Libraries Are Boosting Access To Bikes Across The U.S.
Bikers Against Child Abuse
Bilbo song
Bilgin Architects shrouds solar farm hub with mirrored steel in Turkey
Bill Bailey - Cow Bells - Remarkable Guide to the Orchestra
Bill Daul sent you a video: "SOUR"
Bill Gates says NFTs '100% based on greater fool theory' amid crypto cataclysm
Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg and The Case Against Philanthropy As We Know It
Bill Liao: My First Ever Nerve Wracking Stand Up
Bill McKibben: Climate Crisis Needs Urgent Action as Earth Records Hottest Temps Ever
Bill McKibben: Dakota Access Pipeline Resistance Powerful Enough to Overwhelm Fossil Fuel Industry
Bill Murray's Long-Lost Sci-Fi Comedy Is Online
Bill Willingham Says Fables Is Released To The Public Domain, DC Comics Says It Most Certainly Is Not
Billboards doubling as disinfection terminals for phones
Billie Eilish slams Variety for ‘outing’ her sexuality at red carpet: ‘Leave me alone’
Billion Dollar Barbie: what lessons should cinema draw?
Billion-dollar exposure: Investor-state dispute settlement in Mozambique’s fossil fuel sector
Billionaire investor threatens to pull out of UK amid global outcry at new oil rush
Billionaire No More: Patagonia Founder Gives Away the Company
Billionaire Philanthropy is a Marketing Scam
Billionaire stoush over alleged media bias highlights the need for greater media diversity
The Billionaire-Fueled Lobbying Group Behind the State Bills to Ban Basic Income Experiments
Billionaires are building bunkers and buying islands. But are they prepping for the apocalypse – or pioneering a new feudalism?
Billionaires Are Suing the Honduran Government for Blocking Their Profit-Making Scheme
Billionaires at Davos don't think COVID is a cold
Billionaires Should Not Exist — Here’s Why
Billions of devices imperiled by new clickless Bluetooth attack
'Billions of years of evolutionary history' under threat
Billy Bragg - Handyman Blues
Billy Joel and Jimmy Fallon Form 2-Man Doo-Wop Group Using iPad App
The ‘Biloela family’ are going home – but what will Labor do with thousands of other asylum seekers in limbo in Australia?
Bin so long: Adelaide woman puts rubbish out for first time in two years after epic effort to cut waste
Bindeshwar Pathak realised that India’s future depended on toilets
The binomial system of Hispanic nomenclature!
“Biocentrism”: A scientific answer to the meaning of life
‘Biodegradable’ plastic will soon be banned in Australia. That’s a big win for the environment
Biodiversity can flourish on an urban planet
Biodiversity crisis is about to put humanity at risk, UN scientists to warn
Biodiversity depends on pollinators: a first estimate of how many plants rely on animals
Biodiversity’s Greatest Protectors Need Protection
Bioengineering Breakthrough Increases DNA Detection Sensitivity by 100 Times
The Biological Causes of Mental Illness Cannot Be Separated From the Social Ones
Biology with Tibetan Buddhist monks: What I’m taking back to my college classroom from teaching at a monastery
Biomaterials; EVs in China; satellites; bionic organs and rewilding++ #392
Bionic hand solves user's pains in more than one way
Bioprospecting the unknown: how bacterial enzymes encoded by unknown genes might help clean up pollution
Bipedal animals
Bird and Moon: Misheard Birds of North America
bird and moon: Things I've Learned From Snakes
Bird flu 'spills over' to otters and foxes in UK
Bird flu FAQ: What is avian influenza? How is it transmitted to humans? What are the symptoms? Are there effective treatments and vaccines? Will H5N1 become the next viral pandemic?
Bird IQ Tests: 8 Ways Researchers Test Bird Intelligence
Bird populations are collapsing, and it's a sign of a bigger problem
Bird species are facing extinction hundreds of times faster than previously thought
Birding Like It’s 1899: Inside a Blockbuster American West Video Game
Birds are back, crops are growing – but is the Murray Darling Basin plan working?
Birds are dinosaurs
Birds migrate along ancient routes – here are the latest high-tech tools scientists are using to study their amazing journeys
Birds Nests from Around the World
Birds of east Africa: new book reveals their extraordinary diversity and changing behaviour
Birds, bugs, and beauty: The winners of Wiki Loves Earth 2023
Birdwatching, immune responses and evolutionary mapping honoured at 2023 Eureka Prizes
Birth of a supernova
THE BIRTH OF Homeless Dance Company
The Birth of Race-Based Slavery
Birthday Clock - this is fun!
Birthday party photos
Birthday photos
Bison return to Texas Indigenous lands, reconnecting tribes to their roots
Bitcoin Energy Consumption Index
Bitcoin is a mouth hungry for fossil fuels
Bitcoin myths: immutability, decentralisation, and the cult of “21 million”
Bitcoin's Climate Impact Is Bigger Than Beef Farming – And It's Only Getting Worse
Bitcoin: Delusions of money
Bitcoin’s stupendous power waste is green, apparently — bad excuses for Proof-of-Work
BitLit Offers Free and Cheap Ebooks If You Own the Physical Copy
The Bittersweet Story of the World’s First Motel
Bittorrent Bundles are awesome.
The Bizarre Reaction To Facebook's Decision To Get Out Of The News Business In Australia
'Bizarre' new mammal discovered
bizarro world of pop music | Postmodern Jukebox | TEDxFoggyBottom
The Bizarro, Fact-free World Of Copyright Policymaking
$BJV(B: The 5 top robots of 2006
Black & White Needlepoint | Sweet Prodigy
Black And Native Lives Need Each Other To Matter
The Black Death Killed Feudalism. What Does COVID-19 Mean for Capitalism?
Black Death, COVID, and Why We Keep Telling the Myth of a Renaissance Golden Age and Bad Middle Ages
Black Facebook Workers Write Open Letter to Company: We Are Treated Every Day 'As If We Do Not Belong Here'
Black farmers were deliberately sold ‘fake seeds’ in scheme to steal their land: report
The Black Ferns review shows – again – why real change in women’s high performance sport is urgently overdue
The Black Fish: undercover with the vigilantes fighting organised crime at sea
The Black Gold Tapestry
Black hole confirmed in Milky Way
Black hole, neutron star or something new? We discovered an object that defies explanation
Black Hole: Paint in Motion
Black Joy Is Propelling a Rural Racial Justice Movement
The Black Mambas: South Africa's all-female anti-poaching unit
Black Olive Penguins
Black Panther and Brown Power – how Wakanda Forever celebrates pre-Columbian culture
The 'Black Panther' premiere just put every other red carpet in Hollywood to shame
Black Panther, White Avengers
Black rhino populations are starting to thrive in Zimbabwe for the first time in decades, experts say
The Black Sea drone incident highlights the loose rules around avoiding ‘accidental’ war
Black Sea faces ecological catastrophe due to Bulgaria’s inaction
'Black Superman' champions talent in Adelaide's northern suburbs
Black Swans Could Be Entirely Wiped Out by a Single Virus, Scientists Warn
Black Velvet Nebula Cake
Blackboard Wars
Blackfeet Bring Bison Home to Chief Mountain
Blade Runner’s Miniature Props Revealed in 142 Behind-the-Scenes Photos
'Blair' doodles amuse Number 10
Blame BP for Deepwater Horizon. But Direct Your Outrage to the Actual Mistake.
Blameless PostMortems and a Just Culture
Blaming Social Media For Suicide Is Taking The Easy, And Likely Wrong, Way Out
Blasting white noise could stop birds slamming into buildings
'Blazing Saddles' + animation = 'Blazing Samurai'
Bleaching fears along 1,000km stretch of the Great Barrier Reef
Bleaching has struck the southernmost coral reef in the world
Blending science and tradition: Sharing remote sensing technologies with Indigenous communities and their land
Bletchley’s forgotten heroes
Blind Dog Has His Own Guide Cat
The blind painter and the Cartesian Theater
The Blind Spot
Blistering UN Report: Trump Administration Is Intentionally Exacerbating Inequality
Blob Opera
Blockchain is not only crappy technology but a bad vision for the future
Blockchains, What Are They Good For?
Blockly visual programming language
Blooming magnolias and unseasonable fruit: Australia’s warmer winter is making spring come early
Blowhole wave energy generator exceeds expectations in 12-month test
Blown Glass SpaceCraft
The Blue
Blue carbon: could a solution to the climate challenge be buried in the depths of fiords?
Blue Marble next generation
Blue Planet II Is the Greatest Nature Series Of All Time
Blue Streak
Blue whales make surprise appearance off Washington coast
"The Blues Brothers" Is a Wild Ride Through 1970s Chicago
Bluesky Plans Decentralized Composable Moderation
BlueWalker 3, an enormous and bright communications satellite, is genuinely alarming astronomers
Bluey was edited for American viewers – but global audiences deserve to see all of us
“Blue” hydrogen is worse for the climate than coal, study says
Blurred Lines may be the biggest music copyright case of 2015
BMW Going With New Batteries For Its Ambitious EV Plans
BMW Is a Surprise Winner in Electric Vehicles
BMW’s new factory doesn’t exist in real life, but it will still change the car industry
BNP Paribas: will no longer finance development of new oil and gas fields
The boab trees of the remote Tanami desert are carved with centuries of Indigenous history – and they’re under threat
Board game reviews
Board Games Aren’t Great For The Environment
The Board Games That Ask You to Reenact Colonialism
The Board of Lockheed Martin Has Spoken: Climate Change May Proceed
Boat people un-Christian? Wrong, Mr Abbott
Bob Brown Foundation activist Colette Harmsen sentenced to three months' jail over mining protest in Tasmania
Bobble Crochet Beard Beanies
Bobby McFerrin at the World Science Festival 2009
Bobby McFerrin Eat Your Heart Out
Bobcat Gives Birth To A Litter Of Kittens On Guy’s Roof, So Next Year He Sets Up A Camera
Bobcats Right at Home
‘Bodies start to cook’: poor housing in remote communities puts lives at risk in northern Australia heatwave
Body lotions, mothballs, cleaning fluids and other widely used products contain known toxic chemicals, study finds
The Body Shop shouldn’t have failed in an age when consumers want activism from their brands. What happened?
Boeing's travails show what's wrong with modern capitalism
Bogi Fabian: UV art
Bohemeow Rhapsody (In celebration of 100.000 subcribers)
Bohemian Rhapsody
Bohemian Rhapsody and a BBQ: Stephen Colbert visits Jacinda Ardern in New Zealand
Bohemian Rhapsody on FLOPPOTRON
Bohemian Rhapsody...
Bohemian Rhapsody: Star Wars Edition
Boisterous, destructive and divisive: North America's wild boar population is on the rise
Bold Tali’Zorah cosplay
Boldly inspiring no more
Boldly Textured 3D Animal Illustrations by Maxim Shkret
Bolsonaro must be held criminally responsible for assault on the Amazon, say activists
Bolsonaro responds after 'fascist' supporters storm Brazil's Congress building
Bolsonaro should be tried for crimes against humanity, Indigenous leaders say
Bolsonaro’s 1,000km Amazon railway will cause climate chaos. It must be stopped
Bolt Riley - A Reggae Adventure Game
Bondi beach swallowed by tide waters and other Sydney beaches flooded over
Bones of contention: the West Coast whale fossil and the ethics of private collecting
The Bonfire of the Headscarves
Bongo Cat
Bonn climate talks: Key outcomes from the June 2019 conference
Bonobo & Anna Lapwood perform Otomo live at the Royal Albert Hall
Bonobo builds a fire and toasts marshmallows - Monkey Planet: Preview - BBC One
Bonobos help strangers without being asked
Bonsai Tree Houses by Takanori Aiba
Boo the Ninja Dog
Boogie Storm make Simon’s dream come true! | Auditions Week 5 | Britain’s Got Talent 2016
The Book About Nature Everyone Should Read
Book buyers live
Book Domino Chain World Record
Book extract: ‘Broken’ — requiem for the family court
Book Forest: Berlin Turns Fallen Tree Trunks Into a Free Book Exchange!
The Book No One Read
The Book of Unwritten Tales 2
The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 Kickstarter - Projection Mapping
Book Publishers Won’t Stop Until Libraries Are Dead
Book Publishing Giant Pulls Nearly 1400 Ebook Titles From GW Library; Forcing Students To Buy Them Instead
[Book Review - for us science geeks]: Einstein's Mistakes: The Human Failings of Genius (LATbkRev)
Book Review: Be Creative: Making A Living in the New Culture Industries by Angela McRobbie
Book review: Geoffrey Robertson makes the case for naming and shaming human rights abusers
Book Review: How Our Roads Have Become an Invasive Species
Book Review: How to Win the War Against Climate Change — Go Electric
The book that changed me: Hannah Arendt’s Eichmann in Jerusalem and the problem of terrifying moral complacency
The book that changed me: Hilda Lewis’ The Gentle Falcon, a vivid, touching tale of the court of a medieval child queen
The book that fights sexism with science
Book Towns Are Made for Book Lovers
Book Week: it’s not the costume that matters, but falling in love with reading
Books as home decor
Books offer a healing retreat for youngsters caught up in a pandemic
Bookshelf porn
Boom and Bust Coal 2023: Tracking the Global Coal Plant Pipeline
Boomers vs millennials? Free yourself from the phoney generation wars
Booting from a vinyl record
Bootmaker Dr Martens to offer repairs in sustainability step
Borat Thong Swimsuit / Soylent Green pendant
Boring 2010 conference report
Boris Johnson: leadership expert on why not taking responsibility degrades politics
Boris Johnson’s ignominious end: the difference between ‘big tent’ politics and personalised populism
Bosnia’s endless crisis could be solved by letting it break apart peacefully
‘The boss of Country’, not wild dogs to kill: living with dingoes can unite communities
Boss RC-505 - NASTYA MASLOVA - Russian Beatbox & Live looping Championship
The boss who put everyone on 70K
The BossHoss - My Personal Song
Boston Dynamics' Spot Robot Dances To 'Uptown Funk'
The botanical imperialism of weeds and crops: how alien plant species on the First Fleet changed Australia
Botanist Kingsley Dixon warns WA plants could be lost forever, but there is hope
Both Sides Can Laugh by Garfunkel and Oates
Botswana’s Elephant Crisis: A Cyanobacteria-Driven Tragedy — Project Proposal.
Botswana’s national park struggling to support elephant refugees
Bottled Water Is Packed Full of Up to 100x More Microplastic Than Expected
Bottled water monopolist admits recycling is bullshit
Bottom trawling releases more carbon than air travel, groups urge Government action
Bounding Toward Recovery
Bounties on exiled Hong Kong activists show the ambitious reach of China’s political repression
Bowen may still fall short of his 82 pct renewables target, but it’s bad news for coal
Box Clever - Simon's Cat
Box Fan CR Box, PC Fan CR Box or HEPA Filter. Which one is right for you?
Box Office: Why 'Jem And The Holograms' Flopping Is A Truly (Truly) Outrageous Tragedy
Box seat: scientists solve the mystery of why wombats have cube-shaped poo
"The Boy and the Heron" is an autobiographical reflection by Hayao Miyazaki in the twilight of his life
Boy Babydolls and Princess Builders: Rethinking the Pink Aisle
Boy Howdy, This Got Stupid In A Hurry...
Boycott questions over Beijing Winter Olympics raise eerie echoes of 1936
Boyfriend Arm Pillow, Girlfriend Lap Pillow
‘Boys will be boys’: why consumers don’t punish big polluters for greenwashing lies
BP Chargemaster | Fully Charged Breaking News
BP unveils its first fast-charging station in Australia
BP’s profits labelled ‘heinous’ as calls grow for tougher windfall tax
Bracing for Bannon: Europe isn't sure it wants to be remade in Trump's image
brain computer interface
‘Brain fog’ from long Covid has measurable impact, study suggests
brain food for hackers
Brain function 'boosted for days after reading a novel'
Brain Implants That Help Paralyzed People Speak Just Broke New Records
The brain is the most complicated object in the universe. This is the story of scientists’ quest to decode it – and read people’s minds
Brain scans show that dogs are as conscious as human children
Brain tumour patient had Centrelink payments suspended while in hospital recovering from surgery
Brain-computer interfaces could allow soldiers to control weapons with their thoughts and turn off their fear – but the ethics of neurotechnology lags behind the science
The Brains of the Animal Kingdom
Bram Moolenaar, Author of the Open Source Vim Code Editor, Has Died
Bramble Cay Melomys Remembrance Day
Brampton Island Photos
Brand New Morph: Twin Decks (Episode 01)
The Brand New Testament - Official UK Trailer
Brandis confuses right to be heard with right to be taken seriously
Brandis’ metadata plan won’t stop crime but will crush art
Brands are leaning on ‘recycled’ clothes to meet sustainability goals. How are they made? And why is recycling them further so hard?
Brave Robotics Transforming Robot Car
The bravest thing I've ever done
Brazen fox demands top prize in animal photography competition
‘Brazen fraud’: Adani shares plummet as company accused of major ‘con’
Brazil court bans live cattle exports over animal welfare concerns
Brazil declares emergency over deaths of Yanomami children from malnutrition
Brazil election: what I saw on the streets made me cautiously optimistic
Brazil envoy decries ‘grotesque and failed assault’ on democracy
Brazil evicts miners from Yanomami territory, prepares for more removals
Brazil insurrection: how so many Brazilians came to attack their own government
Brazil Is About To Show The World How A Modern Democracy Collapses
Brazil ministers to visit site of Dom Phillips and Bruno Pereira’s murder
Brazil protests: Lula vows to punish ‘neo-fascists’ after Bolsonaro supporters storm congress
Brazil set to widen lead as cleanest major power sector
Brazil shows why climate hopes will (probably) fail
Brazil strikes intruders of Amazon’s most deforested Indigenous land
Brazil supreme court ruling to reactivate Amazon Fund gives hope in fight to save rainforest
Brazil will have first Indigenous woman chief for key post
Brazil's Lula legalizes more Indigenous reservations in Amazon
Brazil's Lula recognises six new indigenous reserves
Brazil's top court boosts indigenous rights in landmark ruling
Brazil: how populist politicians use religion to help them win
Brazil: swift and robust response to the insurrection highlights the strength of democracy
Brazilian election: Jair Bolsonaro set to lose but his legacy will be harder to remove
Brazilian president Lula pledges ‘new Amazon dream’ at rainforest summit
Brazil’s Lula lays out plan to halt Amazon deforestation
Fwd: bread
Bread and circuses…well, circuses anyway, not so much bread
‘Bread is much easier’: how Japan fell out of love with rice
Bread Shoes
Breaking bones in childhood more than doubles the odds of it happening again as an adult, study finds
Breaking climate vows would be ‘monstrous self-harm’, warns Cop26 president
Breaking the Cycle 🔗💥
Breaking the silence: On being a single parent
Breaking the ‘permanent casual’ oxymoron: will Labor’s new laws make a real difference for workers?
Breaking up over climate change: My deep dark journey into doomer Facebook
Breakthrough Alzheimer’s blood test could detect disease 15 years before symptoms emerge
Breakthrough in gas separation and storage could fast-track shift to green hydrogen and significantly cut global energy use
Breathtaking bamboo building withstands earthquakes and boasts a zero-carbon footprint
Breathtaking wilderness in the heart of coal country: after a 90-year campaign, Gardens of Stone is finally protected
Brekkies, barbies, mozzies: why do Aussies shorten so many words?
Brenda Matthews was ripped from a loving family twice. But she was born too late to be officially recognised as Stolen Generations
Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation isn't democracy. It's a judicial coup
Brewer Threatens Restaurant For Using The Word 'Hofbrau'
Brewery owner boots sexist customer, unleashes must-read rant about women in the service industry
Brexit rule that makes EU citizens reapply to stay in UK is unlawful, court says
Brexit: a disaster decades in the making
Brexit: What's the f**k is going on?
Brexiters outraged after crowds wave EU flag at Last Night of the Proms
Brian Cox from Wonders of the Universe
Brian Cox Masterclass
Fwd: Brian Dettmer - Book Sculptor (RGS)
Brian Eno calls for “a revolution” in music industry’s approach to climate change
Brian Fargo: "The golden era of computer RPGs is yet to come"
Brian Froud: Dark Crystal Prequels
Brian Merchant’s “Blood In the Machine”
Bricked into a corner: LEGO® AI art debacle is worse than the Willy Wonka AI disaster
Bricking it: Do you actually own anything digital?
Bride hacks into website, decodes proprietary 3D model format to save wedding!!
Bridge over troubled forests: how Java's slow lorises are creeping back
Bridgestone has put more than $100M into eco-tires made of shrubs
Bridging America’s divides requires a willingness to work together without becoming friends first
Bridging the divide: 12 groups working for Israel-Palestine peace
The ‘Brief History Of Graphics’ Video Series Is Your Monday Morning Pong Pick-Me-Up
Brief of The Onion as Amicus Curiae, Novak vs Parma
The Brief – Waking up from hydrogen daydreams
Brighton Kitty Cat Speakers
Brilliant :-)
Brilliant article about marketing
Brilliant Book Dedications
The Brilliant Inventor Who Made Two of History’s Biggest Mistakes
Bringing 13 million more children into school: Lessons from Punjab
Bringing back California's redwood forests
Bringing the tūī back to town – how native birds are returning to NZ’s restored urban forests
'Brink of extinction': Steep drop in platypus numbers as drought bites
The Brisbane Olympics are a leap into an unknowable future
Bristol Boxkite flight at Centenary of Military Aviation Airshow
‘Britain and the US: How the Oligarchies Posing as Democracies have Been Exposed’
Britain Discovers Food Banks, Can’t Decide If It Likes Them
Britain fell for a neoliberal con trick – even the IMF says so
Britain is crying out for radical solutions, but Labour still thinks it’s in the 1990s
Britain Pardons All Men Convicted Under Historical Laws That Criminalised Being Gay
Britain ‘not close to being a racially just society’, finds two-year research project
Britain's cranes have most successful year since 1600s
Britain, Canada, EU throw weight behind 2030 biodiversity protection goal
Britain’s 45 remaining cooling towers are architectural gems. Let’s save them
Britain’s best places to see: Historic libraries
Britain’s bitter bread battle: what a £5 sourdough loaf tells us about health, wealth and class
Britain’s next election could be a climate change culture war
British American Tobacco makes first donation to Nationals in over a decade amid vaping crackdown
British Columbia First Nations Strike Landmark Deals Governing Development on Their Ancestral Lands
British comedians unite for Action on Stroke Month 2014
British diplomat uses social media to draw attention to removal of Chinese mosque minarets
British Documentarian Says Trump’s Delusions Are ‘Terrifying’
British Gas advisers caught making false promises about ‘green’ boilers
British History in LEGO!
British Home Children: Antique box tells heart-breaking history
British investors could sue Australia over climate action if UK joins trans-Pacific trade pact
British king acknowledges colonial atrocities in Kenya – here’s what could happen next
The British Library is racing to save archived sounds from decay
British Library puts 1 million newspaper pages online for free
The British Library Puts 1,000,000 Images into the Public Domain, Making Them Free to Reuse & Remix
The British Library Sounds website
British Pathé on Youtube
British police testing women for abortion drugs
The British Schools Reinventing Themselves as Refugee Sanctuaries
British Steam Car Challenge
British steam enthusiasts build first new engine in 50 years
British university posts exclusive photo scans of space exploration artifacts
The British Wildlife Photography awards 2016 winners - in pictures
British wind power overtakes gas for the first time in Q1 2023 - report
#BritishThreatLevels hashtag delivers stoical humour in the face of terror
Britons increasingly turning to food black market, experts say
The Brittle Grip, Part 2
Broader Lessons About Resilience from Maui’s Fires
Broccoli is bad for you, like, really toxic bad
Broke and disabled in Tory Britain: the reality of life on one meal a day
Broken Men in Paradise
Broken Peach - Give It Up
Broken Sociality
Broken Zipper? France Will Pay to Get It Fixed
Bronies - BiTS - ARTE
Bronies learning English in the digital wild
Brother of man executed by Saudi Arabia says F1 legitimises ‘heinous crimes’
Brown bear population in Pyrenees highest for a century, says study
Brown in America: A lesson in internalized whiteness
'Brown recovery' wipes out hopes that pandemic stimulus would drive climate spending
Brown, red, black, riceberry – what are these white rice alternatives, and are they actually healthier?
Brownies Are Our Future
Browsing the Stacks: A Photo Appreciation of Libraries
BROWZER: Learning To Play The Shenanigan
Bruce Campbell's soup labels
Bruce Schneier on ID cards and the "illusion of security"
Brush your teeth! Bad oral hygiene linked to cancer, heart attacks and renal failure
Brussels recommends new EU climate target: a 90% cut of all greenhouse gas emissions by 2040
Brussels terror attacks: Why ramping up online surveillance isn’t the answer
The brutal secrets behind ‘The Biggest Loser’
Bryan Adams: Longer Copyright Term Enriches Intermediaries, Not Creators
Bryan Mumford - The Crackpot Inventor
BT sues Valve over alleged infringement of four patents covering basic online tech
BTS, Blackpink, Squid Game, kimchi … what’s the secret of South Korea’s world-conquering culture?
Bubbles and Magnets
Buck Rogers and the Copyright Trolls
Buckaroo Banzai Q&A
Bucking the trend: Is there a future for ultra long-haul flights in a net zero carbon world?
Buckled lines and landslides: How climate change is hitting Europe’s rail industry
'Buddha would be green': Dalai Lama calls for urgent climate action
Buddhist economics: oxymoron or idea whose time has come?
Budget blowouts: offshore processing costs $1.2bn for fewer than 300 people
Budget repair less urgent than raising dole payments, leading economist Chris Richardson says
The budget should have been a road to Australia’s low-emissions future. Instead, it’s a flight of fancy
Budsies: Turning Artwork into Custom Plush Toys
Bugarup University
Bugging out: How rampant online piracy squashed one insect photographer
Bugs in our pockets: the risks of client-side scanning
Build a Rocketship TODAY!
Build a shelf-size vintage computer museum made of paper
‘Build back better’ requires a framework that focuses on the full life of a house – from materials to its end of life
‘Build back better’ sounds great in theory, but does the government really know what it means in practice?
Build with Respect: Pants problems
Build Your Own Adobe Creative Suite with Free and Cheap Software
Build Your Own Edible Chocolate Bonsai Tree
Build your own projection TV
Build your own tiny Dalek army
Building a 13th-Century Castle in the 21st Century
Building a Character: Cremisius “Krem” Aclassi
Building a Cyclotron on a Shoestring
Building A Latino-Muslim Coalition With #TacoTrucksAtEveryMosque
Building activity produces 18% of emissions and a shocking 40% of our landfill waste. We must move to a circular economy – here’s how
Building an Impossible Clock
Building houses in factories for the Commonwealth Games was meant to help the housing crisis. What now?
Building houses with a 3D-printer
Building Human Intelligence at Scale, to Save the Next Generation from ChatGPT
Building in a Bag
Building in the same old ways won’t end the housing crisis. We need innovation to boost productivity
Building More Than Trails
Building the Ventilation Revolution would clear indoor air, helping our kids and older Australians breathe easier
Building the world we want to have
‘Building too close to the water. It’s ridiculous!’ Talk of buyouts after floods shows need to get serious about climate adaptation
Buildings used iron from sunken ships centuries ago. The use of recycled materials should be business as usual by now
Buildings with slides
Bullies, thieves and chiefs: the hidden cost of psychopaths at work
Bully Nation: How economic power and inequality are fueling a bullying culture
Bulwer-Lytton Fiction Contest 2009 Results
The Bulwer-Lytton Fiction Contest 2014 Winners
The Bulwer-Lytton Fiction Contest: 2017 Contest Winners
Bundle for Racial Justice and Equality
The Bundle of Holding
Bunnie Huang's tour-de-force "Hardware Hacker" book is finally in print!
Bunnings agrees to trial four-day work week and more holidays for its workers
Bunnings, Kmart and The Good Guys say they use facial recognition for ‘loss prevention’. An expert explains what it might mean for you
Bunny & bear amigurumi ukulele duo U900
Bunny Bags From Japan That Turn Your Household Stuff Into Rabbits
Bunny Dresses
bunny short of classic movie
Bunny Trials!
Burberry announces new rainbow flag plaid and support for LGBTQ charities
Burned-out parents seek help from a new ally: ChatGPT
Burnet Oration: Dr. Ziyad Al-Aly urges action for long COVID treatment
Burning Biomass for Electricity is Worse Than Coal
The Burning House ~ or what are we going to do when our world turns to ashes?
Burt Bacharach mastered the art of the perfect pop song – and that ain’t easy
Bus rapid transit can avoid traffic chaos for the AFL’s new stadium and transform Hobart – and other cities too
Bushfire destroys at least three homes in traumatised Bega Valley
Bushfire smoke affects children differently. Here’s how to protect them
Bushfire smoke eats up the ozone protecting us from dangerous radiation. The damage will increase as the world heats up
Bushfires flare out of control in south-west Queensland as residents urged to flee
Bushfires focus public attention on climate change for months, but it’s different for storms and floods
Bushfires in a wet year have Australia's scientists looking to climate change
Bushfires in Victoria: how to protect yourself if the air is smoky where you live
Bushfires: Australia’s fire chiefs on how to prepare your home for the upcoming season
‘Busiest Christmas I have seen’: families turn to food banks in Australia’s cost-of-living crisis
Business as usual: Don Dale torture is 200 years in the making
Business can no longer ignore extreme heat events – it’s becoming a danger to the bottom line
The Business Card Menger Sponge
Business owners see cutting carbon emissions as ‘the right thing to do’, despite the challenges of making change
Businesses rush to install electric vehicle charging to keep tourists coming back
Businesses should dump Windows for the Linux desktop
The Buster Keaton Shorts Collection Offers Hours of Timeless Laughs (Review)
Busting coronavirus myths will take more than science: lessons from an AIDS study
Busy Winter
‘But how is Labour going to pay for that?’ To Answer Effectively We Must Talk Politics, Not Economics
But how much does it cost?
“But we’re speaking Japanese!”: Humorous video confronts lingering stereotypes in Japan
But Would You Live There?
Butt plug duels and fanny pack stunts: how Everything Everywhere All At Once fits into the canon of comedy-martial arts films
The Butterfly Redemption
Butterfly sanctuary closes as QAnon believers, thinking it’s home to sex trafficking ring, plot caravan there
Buy Me Once: the online shop for stuff that lasts, from T-shirts to tweezers
Buy organic food to help curb global insect collapse, say scientists
Buying bugs and beetles, or shopping for scorpions and snails? Australia’s pet trade includes hundreds of spineless species
Buying picture books as Christmas presents? These stories with diverse characters can help kids develop empathy
Buying property with a friend to solve home ownership struggles
The Buzzball, A Motorized Hampster Ball For Humans
The Buzzer is Mightier: The Author as a Game Show Contestant
Buzzfeed News: sad demise of a clever, innovative site that led the way in digital journalism
By 2030, it won’t make sense to own a petrol or diesel car
By Adding Timber to Old Buildings, Stockholm Is Expanding Sustainably
By Buying Twitter, Elon Musk Has Created His Own Hilarious Nightmare
By Fighting the Ozone Hole, We Accidentally Saved Ourselves
By pushing for more oil production, the US is killing its climate pledges
By reviewing the name of the Baden-Powell Award, Scouts Australia is grappling with its colonial past
By sharing housing, seniors and migrants in Sweden build bridges
By Toutatis!
BYD ATTO 3 Now Available In 50+ Countries, Neta Auto Enters Central & South America
The BYD Seagull And The Promise Of The EV Revolution
BYD to launch electric hatchbacks with new Sodium-ion batteries
BYTE Magazine Covers


C For Cookie
The C0UNTess Report
C64 game musician Rob Hubbard recognized with honorary degree
Cab Ride
Cable News Is Reporting in an Alternate Universe
Cables: A Pandemic Love Story
Cacophony of human noise is hurting all marine life, scientists warn
Cafe opens in Tokyo staffed by robots controlled by paralyzed people
Caged animals always on lockdown, powerful Aardman short reminds humans
Caine's Arcade
Cairns airport closed as Queensland premier declares ‘serious weather emergency’ amid record flood fears
Cake Wrecks and other blogs
Cake Wrecks: Blink 182 And You'll Miss It
Cake Wrecks: Southwestern Sweets
CAKE's Sinje Gottwald completes the first unassisted African continent crossing on an electric motorcycle
Cakes, Custard, Categories and Colbert
Calico House
California cities ban new gas stations in battle to combat climate change
The California coast is disappearing under the rising sea. Our choices are grim
California Cops Seize Recordings Of Questionable Arrest, Claim They Have The 'Right' To Do So
California flooding: how atmospheric rivers led to a state of emergency
California Is Finally Confronting the Fossil Fuel Industry
California is in a water crisis, yet usage is way up. Officials are focused on the wrong problem, advocates say
California Is Ready To Recognize A Third Gender. Is The Rest Of The Country?
California Leads the Way in Low-Carbon School Meals
California mountain lion population is thousands fewer than previously estimated
California moves forward with landmark plastic waste reduction law
California passes first sweeping US law to reduce single-use plastic
California passes right-to-repair act guaranteeing seven years of parts for your phone
California releases final proposal for world-leading climate action plan that drastically reduces fossil fuel dependence, slashes pollution
California seeks federal help for salmon fishers facing ban
California shop owner shot dead over LGBTQ+ Pride flag displayed at store
California Shows an Electric-Car Uprising Headed for the US
California to require half of all heavy trucks sales to be electric by 2035
Californians bet farming agave for spirits holds key to weathering drought and groundwater limits
California’s Devastating Storms Are a Glimpse of the Future
California’s Floodplains Are Coming Back, and So Are Their Salmon
California’s Forever Fire
Call Cutta in a Box
Call for assistance
Call for Australian comic artists
Call for DC sustainability a wake-up call for industry
Call for urgent overhaul of Australia’s monitoring of ‘astronomical’ plastic pollution
Call Me // Blondie // POMPLAMOOSE
Call Me Maybe covers
Call of the huia: how NZ’s bird of the century contest helps us express ‘ecological grief’
Call of the Rewild: Restoring Ecological Health to the Emerald Isle
Call to phase out wood heaters due to health, environmental concerns – but minister says move not supported by community
Calling Bullshit:,Data Reasoning in a Digital World
Calling climate change a ‘crisis’ doesn’t do what you think
Calling drag queens ‘groomers’ and ‘pedophiles’ is the latest in a long history of weaponising those terms against the LGBTIQA community
Calling in the Seabirds
Calls by Zelensky and Biden for UN reform are supported by people around the world – new survey
Calls for a ‘green’ Ramadan revive Islam’s long tradition of sustainability and care for the planet
Calls for a ‘one-child policy’ in India are misguided at best, and dangerous at worst
Calls for Morrison to end fossil fuel stimulus, redirect funds to clean tech
Calls grow in Europe for wealth tax to finance the green transition
Calls to expand fifth COVID vaccine rollout as ATAGI considers guidelines
Calls to roll out ‘e-bikes for clunkers’ to cut emissions
Calls to roll out ‘e-bikes for clunkers’ to cut emissions
Calvin & Hobbes - Art Before Commerce
Calvin Seibert Sculpts Impressive Modernist Sandcastles
Cambodia celebrates 30 years of progress towards landmine-free goal
Cambodia sea turtle nests spark hope amid coastal development & species decline
Cambodia’s Mekong dolphin is dying despite efforts to save it
Cambodia’s new leader may sound like a reformer in Australia next week, but little has changed back home
Cambridge 3D prints game-changing smart concrete structure
Cambridge academic escapes toilet using eyeliner and cotton
Camouflage Challenge: Simon's Cat
Camp Adventure Treetop Experience, A Gorgeous Circular Walkway That Rises Amongst the Trees
Camp David summit turns attention to North Korea, as well as China
The Campaign to Shut Down Crucial Documentary Tool youtube-dl Continues – And So Does the Fight to Save It
Campaign trail threats and abuse reinforce the need to protect NZ’s women politicians – before they quit for good
Campaigners force Shell to halt oil exploration on South African coast
Camryn Forrest Designs
Can $500 Million Save This Glacier?
Can 3-D Printing Help Solve the Housing Crisis?
Can 3D-printed tiger teeth help save our rarest animals from extinction?
Can a Buddhist eat meat? It’s complicated
Can a four-day-a-week workweek really work?
Can a machine be racist? Artificial Intelligence has shown troubling signs of bias, but there are reasons for optimism
Can a polite sign lead to political change? What kinds of protest work?
Can a Tiny Restaurant Surcharge Move the Needle on Climate?
Can a Waste Plant Become Copenhagen’s Biggest Tourism Attraction?
Can a ‘nature repair market’ really save Australia’s environment? It’s not perfect, but it’s worth a shot
Can American Democracy be Revived?
Can Americans Escape Sugar Culture?
Can America’s Grid Handle The Rise Of Electric Cars??
Can an empty buildings network revamp communities?
Can Arctic Animals Keep Up With Climate Change? Scientists are Trying to Find Out
Can Australia’s path to net-zero really be fuelled by carbon capture and LNG?
Can Bankers Behave?
Can Being a Furry Protect You from Coronavirus?
Can board games teach us about the climate crisis? Game creators say yes
Can China use the Beijing Olympics to ‘sportwash’ its abuses against the Uyghurs? Only if the world remains silent
Can China win back global opinion before the Winter Olympics? Does it even want to?
Can Cities Drive SUVs Off Their Streets?
Can civilisation reboot without fossil fuels? – Lewis Dartnell – Aeon
Can clouds of Moon dust combat climate change?
Can Crowdfunding Replace Artists’ Day Jobs?
Can Dave Brubeck’s Cantata Bring Black and Jewish Communities Together?
Can Denmark Save Every Smørrebrød?
Can Dirt Save the Earth?
Can earth-covered houses protect us from bushfires? Even if they’re a solution, it’s not risk-free
Can Economic Growth Last?
Can Europe decarbonise its heavy industry?
Can Farmers Save the Great Salt Lake?
Can folate ease symptoms of Ehlers-Danlos syndrome?
Can former “pirates” fix a broken movie market?
Can human moderators ever really rein in harmful online content? New research says yes
Can Humane Prisons Work in America? A Red State Aims to Find Out
Can ideology-detecting algorithms catch online extremism before it takes hold?
Can Israel and Hamas be held to account for alleged crimes against civilians?
Can Killing Cookies Save Journalism?
Can Matt Mullenweg save the internet?
Can Money Buy Happiness?
Can more ethical histories be written about early colonial expeditions? A new project seeks to do just that
Can Nature Reclaim Iowa?
Can next week’s special meeting in Chile break the deadlock over East Antarctica’s marine park proposal?
Can Our Common Humanity Unite Us?
Can planting billions of trees save the planet?
Can Poland Roll Back Authoritarian Populism?
Can politics ever be compassionate?
Can psychology help solve long-running conflicts?
Can radicalisation be defeated? Yes, if we understand that it happens when people’s bonds are broken
Can reading help heal us and process our emotions – or is that just a story we tell ourselves?
Can retiring farmland make California’s Central Valley more equitable?
Can Science Fiction Wake Us Up to Our Climate Reality?
Can Science Fiction Writers Inspire the World to Save Itself?
Can seaweed save the world? Well it can certainly help in many ways
Can sniffer dogs really detect COVID almost as well as a PCR test? Turns out they can
Can Social Media Be Saved?
Can some birds be just as smart as apes?
Can Stanford’s Deep Dive Into Virtual Reality Help Save the Oceans?
Can technology rescue the forest elephant? Yes, with your help.
Can the government’s new market mechanism help save nature? Yes – if we get the devil out of the detail
Can the Inner Development Goals help us create a more sustainable future?
Can the new High Speed Rail Authority deliver after 4 decades of costly studies?
Can the US Go Green Without Destroying Sacred Native Lands?
Can the world kick its fossil-fuel addiction fast enough?
Can the world stop Myanmar from becoming a failed state?
Can the ‘Slow Flowers’ Movement Make Valentine’s Day Sustainable?
Can there be a Hollywood ending for the 'Brad Pitt of mountain lions'?
Can vaping help people quit smoking? It’s unlikely
Can washing machines change the future? Bogotá’s new ‘care blocks’ show how.
Can We All Be Like Texas?
Can we be inoculated against climate misinformation? Yes – if we prebunk rather than debunk
Can we cut road deaths to zero by 2050? Current trends say no. What’s going wrong?
Can we eat our way through an exploding sea urchin problem?
Can We Fix the Global Food System by 2045?
Can We Get a Wrench on the Crowdfunding Spigot?
Can we have fair capitalism?
Can we resurrect the thylacine? Maybe, but it won’t help the global extinction crisis
Can We Save A Truly Global Internet?
Can we solve Australia's housing crisis? Ambitious plan launched to eradicate rental stress and lower homeless rate
Can we still handle the truth? Journalism, ‘alternative facts’ and the rise of AI
Can we sustainably harvest trees from tropical forests? Yes – here are 5 ways to do it better
Can We Talk to Whales?
Can Wonky Cell Signals Help Track Wildfire Smoke?
Can you change a Brexit state of mind?
Can you name a single character from Avatar? What is a ‘forgotbuster’ and is Avatar one of them?
Can You Smell Me Now? How ’Bout Now?
Can You Solve The Miserable Being Miserable Online By Regulating Tech?
Can You Tell What's Chocolate and What Isn't? Asks Japanese TV Show.
Can you trust the label? Fast fashion under increasing scrutiny over greenwashing
Can you trust your ears? AI voice scams rattle US
Can your suburb help fix Australia’s housing crisis? It all comes down to density
Can your Windows 10 PC be saved in 2025? Yes - for free. Here's how
Can ‘voluntourism’ outgrow the white saviour stereotype and make a positive change post-pandemic?
Can't Pay, Won't Pay: The Case for Economic Disobedience and Debt Abolition
Can't play drums, can't play piano
can't remember if anyone at GW sent this already: vortex
Can't stop the feeling "dutch angel dragons"
Canada announces ban on single-use plastics in ‘historic step’
Canada banning single-use plastics to combat pollution, climate change
Canada battles hundreds of wildfires as smoke still chokes major cities
Canada is a warning: more and more of the world will soon be too hot for humans
Canada is on fire, and big oil is the arsonist
Canada is set to make a massive protected area official — and it’s underwater
Canada is the least xenophobic country in the Western world. Here's why.
Canada must stop treating climate disasters like unexpected humanitarian crises
Canada on track for its worst-ever wildfire season
Canada Post loses $1,500 worth of Super 8 film reels, hands empty envelope to stunned artist
Canada resettled more refugees than any other country in 2018, UN says
Canada Steals Cultural Works From The Public By Extending Copyright Terms
Canada to ban single-use plastics as early as 2021
Canada Will Ban Plastic Bags, Straws, Cutlery, and Other Single-Use Plastics Starting in 2021
Canada, Volkswagen to invest more than C$20 billion in EV battery gigafactory
Canada’s C$80B response to U.S. clean energy push: ‘We will not be left behind’
Canada’s Conservatives Have Become the New MAGA Republicans
Canada’s explosive wildfires have damaged a forest carbon offset project
Canada’s House speaker quits: What the Hunka scandal reveals about Second World War complexities
Canada’s Secret to Escaping the ‘Liberal Doom Loop’
Canada’s ‘huge’ and ‘remarkable’ immigration offer to Hongkongers is partly political, partly pragmatic
Canadian City Completely Eradicates Homelessness With Brand New Approach
Canadian inferno: northern heat exceeds worst-case climate models
Canadian Music Industry Confirms Once More That For Copyright Companies, Enough Is Never Enough
Canadian officials warn drivers not to let moose lick their cars
Canadian Olympic Committee signs up to explore feasibility of First Nations-led bid for 2030 Winter Games
Canadian Photographer Captures Polar Bears Playing In Flower Fields
Canadian province to give every citizen $1,320 income boost to overcome poverty
Canadian Rapper Sends Rap Video Cease & Desist Letter To Coca Cola For 'Jacking' His Catchphrase
Canadian registry of wrongful convictions shines light on cases the headlines miss
Canadian Supreme Court Says It's Fine To Censor The Global Internet; Authoritarians & Hollywood Cheer...
Canadians Adopted Refugee Families,for a Year. Then Came ‘Month 13.’
Canberra gets an internet cat video film festival thanks to the RSPCA
Canberrans urged to be cautious as eighth COVID wave sweeps nation
Cancel the Apocalypse: Here Are 30 Documentaries to Help Unlock the Good Ending
Cancelling Antarctic climate research will damage Australia’s reputation, experts say
Cancelling Bismarck
Cancer and me: My story
Cancer breakthrough is a ‘wake-up’ call on danger of air pollution
Cancer cons, phoney accidents and fake deaths: meet the internet hoax buster
Cancer Council praises sun safety in schools as melanoma rates decrease in under-40s
Candy battle of Pelennor Fields
Candy Cats Trying To Catch Goldfish Stuck In Jelly Created By Mother-Daughter Duo
Cannibal KFC chickens, Cleo’s nude dudes and Whitlam’s fax: the 10 weirdest Australian commercials
Canvas, Camera, Brush, and Algorithms Enable Robot Artist’s Beautiful Paintings
Can’t find a parking spot? Meet the planner who wants to make it much harder
Capital, dialogue, and community engagement—My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic understood as an alternate reality game
Capitalising on climate anxiety: what you need to know about ‘climate-washing’
Capitalism as the greatest engine of wealth creation -- what is the origin of this claim, and what is the proof?
Capitalism Is Not the “Market System”
Capitalism vs. Communalism: I Just Spent 24 Hours in a Town That Pools All Their Possessions
Capitalism Will Ruin the Earth By 2050, Scientists Say
Captain Justice Responds to Government's Motion to Ban the Word "Government"
Captain Kirk is Climbing a Mountain
Captain Picard sings "Let it Snow!"
Captain Space!
Captured U.S. Trade Agency Resorts to Bullying Again in 2016 Special 301 Report
Capturing carbon: West Carleton high school grad hopes to use seawater to slow climate crisis
Capybara, Rodent Of Unusual Size, Loves To Hug Cats
Capybaras relaxing in a spring-fed hot tub
Car Lust: "The Chariot" from Lost In Space
Car Prototype Generates Electricity, And Cash
Car Wash
Car-Size Stingray May Be World’s Largest Freshwater Fish
Caravan Palace - About You feat. Charles X (official audio)
Caravan Palace - Dragons
Caravan Palace - Lone Digger (Live)
Caravan Palace - Miracle (official audio)
Caravan Palace - Plume
Caravan Palace - Rock It For Me
Caravan Palace - Suzy
Carbon capture technology could make pollution worse, says Stanford report
Carbon colonialism
Carbon emissions from global SUV fleet outweighs that of most countries
Carbon emissions from indie video game development revealed by Australian researcher
The carbon footprint of Airbnb is likely bigger than you think
Carbon in, carbon out: Australia’s ‘carbon budget’ assessment reveals astonishing boom and bust cycles
Carbon Monitor
Carbon Nanotube Colour A4 E-Paper
Carbon Offsets: The Route to Net Zero or Corporate Greenwashing?
Carbon Pricing Is A Big Broom That Sweeps Up A Lot Of Climate Problems
Carbon removal: why ambitious ‘no nonsense’ plans are vital to limit global heating to 2°C
Cardboard Blockbusters with Baby
Cardboard Coolness
The Cardboard House
Cardboard Tube Battles
Cards Against Humanity Redistributes Your Wealth
‘Care is in everything we do and everything we are’: the work of Indigenous women needs to be valued
Caribbean Island Nations Are Repealing Colonial-Era Anti-LGBTQ Laws
‘Caring as much as you do was killing you’. We need to talk about burnout in the arts
Caring for community to beat coronavirus echoes Indigenous ideas of a good life
Caring for Country means tackling the climate crisis with Indigenous leadership: 3 things the new government must do
Caring or killing: harmful gender stereotypes kick in early — and may be keeping girls away from STEM
The Caring Owl
Carl Sagan testifying before Congress in 1985 on climate change
Carl Sagan _ A Glorious Dawn
Carly Rae Jepsen - Now That I Found You [Official Music Video]
Carmakers Can Kiss Pre-Pandemic Combustion Car Sales Goodbye
Carmakers double spending on ads in Australia for SUVs and utes
Carmen in a Garage
Carol Ferrone on the dedication to historical accuracy in "Back In Time For The Corner Shop" and what happens behind the scenes
Caroll Spinney, Big Bird’s Alter Ego on ‘Sesame Street,’ Is Dead at 85
The Carousel That Saved a Town
Carp spawning event fills Murray-Darling flood waters with masses of flailing fish
Carpet People - illustrations by the author...
Cars are a ‘privacy nightmare on wheels’. Here’s how they get away with collecting and sharing your data
Cars Are Vanishing from Paris
Cars have taken over our neighbourhoods. Kid-friendly superblocks are a way for residents to reclaim their streets
Cartoon Art
Cartoon Brew
Cartoon detectives: how Australia’s most famous cartoon was lost and found – twice
Cartoon: The Crypto con
Cartoonathons: stimulating dialogue
Cartoonise Your Pet
Cartoons in Renaissance Art
[Bulk] Re: Carved crayons
Carved crayons
‘Cary Grant’s whole life was a civil war’: the TV drama unmasking Hollywood’s permatanned icon
The Cascading Effects of Bringing Back Sea Otters
The Case Against Hopewashing
The Case Against Reality Winner Was A Travesty
The case for ... truly taking back control – by reversing the privatisation of our cities
The case for boosting JobSeeker for all: younger people report greater financial hardship
The case for compost: why recycling food waste is so much better than sending it to landfill
The case for degrowth: stop the endless expansion and work with what our cities already have
The case for despair is made. Now let’s start to get out of the mess we’re in
The Case For Leaving Twitter
The Case for Less Solidarity
The Case For Shunning
The case for “conditional optimism” on climate change
Case Law Hall of Fame
The Case of the Amazing Gay-Marriage Data: How a Graduate Student Reluctantly Uncovered a Huge Scientific Fraud
The Case of the Missing Vega AVUM Propellant Tanks
The Case of the Vanishing Cafeteria Tray
The Case of,Jane Doe Ponytail
Cases are high and winter is coming. We need to stop ignoring COVID
Cases of flesh-eating invasive strep A bacteria surge in Australian children
Cash could be almost gone in Australia in a decade – but like cheques, who’ll miss it?
Cash Transfers Incentivize Social Change for Women and Girls in Egypt
Cash transfers work
Casio Museum
Cassetteboy vs The Snoopers' Charter
Castles in Space: a 50-Year Survey of Gravity-Assist Space Travel
Casual, distant, aesthetically limited: 5 ways smartphone photography is changing how we see the world
Cat abandoned in old age finds loving home — and amazing bucket-list adventure
Cat and dog influencers help Ukrainians cope with war
Cat And Lynx Become Inseparable Friends
Cat Chiropractor
Cat Flushing A Toilet Music Video
Fwd: cat fun
Cat Godzillas: Giant Cats In Cities by Fransdita Muafidin
Cat Haiku
Cat Hangs Around A Hospital For A Year, Ends Up Getting Hired As A Security Cat
Cat Helps Man Pull a Cable Through a Hole
Cat interrupts German weather broadcast and demands cuddles!
The cat is back: Wild Amur tigers rebound in China, thanks to govt policies
Cat Learns New Somersault Trick, But Now He Can’t Stop Doing It...Hee!
Cat lover's fun page
Cat Man Do
Cat Olympics 2016
Cat On Boat Plays With Dolphins
Cat Petting Simulator 2014
Cat Pictures Please
Cat Shop
Cat Silliness
Cat sitter
Cat Sleeps Comfortably Over Piano as Owner Plays a Lively Tune
Cat Structures!
CAT Super Skateboarding Adventure! Go Didga!
Cat Takes Regular Rides on Tokyo Subway Train All By Himself
Cat tourism: Small towns in Asia look to stray cats to lure in tourists and rescue dying communities
Cat Tracks Down Elderly Owner Weeks After She Was Sent To Live In A Nursing Home
Cat videos
Cat videos!
Fwd: : Cat vs. iPad
Cat Walks Into University Lecture, Does What Every Student Would Do
Catalan castellers
'Catastrophic' loss of 10pc of wilderness across the world over past two decades
‘Catastrophic’: bird flu reaches Antarctic for the first time
Catcerto for Nora The Piano Cat™ and orchestra
Catching COVID may increase chances of developing an autoimmune disease, study says
Cate Blanchett Teaches You Australian Slang
Caterpillar brings electric equipment ecosystem to CES2024
Catholic school sex-ed plan as advertised won't ever be taught, premier says
‘Cats are like mini gurus’: the feline path to inner peace
Cats as Fonts
Cats do have facial expressions, but you probably can’t read them
Cats Don’t Dance imploded just before it could take on Disney
Cats first finagled their way into human hearts and homes thousands of years ago – here’s how
Cats for Gold
Cats found to like humans more than thought
Cats give zero fucks about your yoga video, will interrupt you without hesitation
Cats in Art History: From Antiquity to our times
Cats in Space
Cats on Film
cats on synthesisers in space
Cats Remember Each Other's Names, Japanese Study Suggests
Cats Taking Selfies
Cats. Where they do not belong.
Cats: Life in the Great Indoors, by Gavin Ehringer
Catsing Call - Animation Short Film 2019
Cattle have stopped breeding, koalas die of thirst: A vet's hellish diary of climate change
Caution urged as cases of FU.1 reported in Southeast Asia and India
The Cave Art Paintings of the Chauvet Cave
Cave home for sale
Cazzi Opeia & Jin X Jin – Batman & Robin
CBP Put A Bunch Of Journalists, Immigration Lawyers, And Activists On A Secret Watchlist
CBS Shuts Down Stage 9, a Fan-Made Recreation of the USS Enterprise
CBS Sues Public Domain For Existing
CC Search is out of beta with 300M images and easier attribution
CC-licensed design resources
CD Projekt Red Does Everything Right With Witcher 3 DRM & DLC...And Breaks Sales Records
CD Projekt Red Goes All DLC For The Witcher 3...But It's Completely Free And Doesn't Require Pre-Order
CD-ROM Sculptures
CDC greenlights two updated COVID-19 vaccines, but how will they fare against the latest variants? 5 questions answered
CDC Warning on Misuse of Pest Strips
The CDC’s new indoor air guidelines are a monumental victory for health
cdza Takes a Stroll Down Comedy Music Memory Lane by Covering 10 Hit Songs in Two Minutes
Celebrated novelist Arundhati Roy faces prosecution in India – for a speech she gave in 2010
Celebrating 50 Years of American Doctor Who
Celebrating British Eccentricity at the 2016 Chap Olympiad
Celebrating Grandmas and Their Cuisine From Around the World
Celebrating Mighty Girl Heroes: Ten Women You Might Not Know, But Should
Celebrating the 40th anniversary of Apollo 11 in style
Celebrating Victories in Europe and South America, the Rights of Nature Movement Plots Strategy in a Time of ‘Crises’
Celebrities call on UK banks to stop financing new oil, gas and coalfields
Fwd: Celebrity Patents
Celebrity Patents
Cell death is essential to your health − an immunologist explains when cells decide to die with a bang or take their quiet leave
Cell Phones Still Somehow Get The Entirety Of The Blame For Teen Depression
Cellular Mitosis as Illustrated Using Krispy Kremes
Cellular’s open source future is latched to tallest tree in the village
Cement-based supercapacitor makes a novel energy storage system
Censored 2005: The Top 25 Censored Media Stories of 2003-2004
Censorship By Weaponizing Free Speech: Rethinking How The Marketplace Of Ideas Works
Censorship or sensible: is it bad to listen to Fat Bottomed Girls with your kids?
Centering the Ineffable
Centuries Before Memes, There Were The LOLCats Of Japanese Woodprints
The century of climate migration: why we need to plan for the great upheaval
CEO NOTE: Peru passes new law to protect its oceans thanks to artisanal fishers
CEO regrets her firm took on Facebook moderation work after staff ‘traumatised’
CEO Who Took $1M Paycut To Give All Employees $70K Minimum Salary In 2015 Explains How It Affected The Company
CEOs are hugely expensive – why not automate them?
CEOs at Australia’s biggest companies earn 55 times more than typical worker, report finds
'CEOs don't want this released': US study lays bare extreme pay-ratio problem
CEOs Get Paid Too Much, According to Pretty Much Everyone in the World
Cephalopod pancakes
Cephalopods Can Pass a Cognitive Test Designed For Human Children
Ceramics for Breakfast: The Ring
Cerf Warns Of A 'Lost Century' Caused By Bit Rot; Patents And Copyright Largely To Blame
The certainty of ever-growing living standards we grew up with under Queen Elizabeth is at an end
CES 2024: AI pillows and toothbrushes - is it all getting a bit silly?
CES Worst in Show slams gummi gouging, money-wasting mugs, and other dubious kit
CFP Tokyo Documentary Film Festival 2022
CG Animation contest winners
CGI Animated Short Film HD: "Contre Temps" by the Contre Temps Team
Chabuduo! Close enough ...
Chad picks a fight with Germany – what’s behind it and what the consequences are
Challenge Accepted: High-speed AI Drone Overtakes World-Champion Drone Racers
The challenge for ‘chauffeur mums’: navigating a city that wasn’t planned for women
Challenge to scientists: does your ten-year-old code still run?
Challenge: Waking Up to the Poverty in Your Streets
Challenging the refugee “crisis”
Chances are your child’s school uses commercial programs to support teaching: what parents should know
Chanel Goes After 2 Person Chocolate Company Over The Number Five
CHANGE - A Homeless Survival Game
Change Player Size Watch this video in a new window time displacement experimental video
Change starts here: how collaborative journalism can help save the Amazon
Change Yourself, Change the World
Changes around Māori language come into focus as New Zealand government approaches 100-day milestone
Changes to temporary protection visas are a welcome development – and they won’t encourage people smugglers
Changing attitudes and empowering young girls in Senegal
Changing Australia’s approach to managing COVID-19 pandemic may help reduce burden on health system
The Changing Face of Romance Novels
Changing Lives and Livelihoods in Tanzania, One Electricity Connection at a Time
Changing morals: we’re more compassionate than 100 years ago, but more judgmental too
Changing my (metaphorical) operating system
Changing perspective
Changing the Australian Constitution is not easy. But we need to stop thinking it’s impossible
Channel 4 News boss says media have right to call politicians 'liars'
The Chaos Machine: massive marble madness!
‘Chaos’: Australian doctors call for renewed focus on Covid-19 as winter sets in
Chaotic scenes in southern Chinese city as Covid curbs fuel unrest
"Chap Hop"
Chap Olympiad
CHAPPIE - Official Movie Trailer Young people turning to AI therapist bots
Charity Can’t Replace the Safety Net. This New Study Is a Reminder Why.
Charity seeks home for kitten that is neither male nor female
Charles Addams Illustrates Mother Goose, 1967
The Charles Dickens Illustrated Gallery
Charles Duhigg on safety habits
Charlie Pickering, the state of satire and the satire of the state
Charlie Stross: Generation Z
Charlie Stross: Why I don't self-publish
Charlie's Diary: Oh, 2022!
Charlie's Diary: The gathering crisis
Charlottesville: Stand with Your Family
Chart: Renewables are on track to keep getting cheaper and cheaper
Chart: Solar installations set to break global, US records in 2023
Charted: The World’s Working Poor, by Country (1991-2021)
Charting the Impact of Everyday Sexism Across the World
The Chase
Chasing Cats
Chasing future biotech solutions to climate change risks delaying action in the present – it may even make things worse
Chasing Hiroshige’s Vision of Japan
'Chasing Ice': Time-Lapse Cameras Capture Rapidly Melting Glaciers
Chat Roulette Funny Piano Improv #1
Chat with any PDF
The ChatGPT chatbot is blowing people away with its writing skills. An expert explains why it’s so impressive
ChatGPT Cheating Fears Seem Overstated
ChatGPT Has Already Decreased My Income Security, and Likely Yours Too
ChatGPT is 'so wildly incorrect' that an Australian whistleblower is suing it for defamation
ChatGPT Is a Blurry JPEG of the Web
ChatGPT is a data privacy nightmare. If you’ve ever posted online, you ought to be concerned
ChatGPT is confronting, but humans have always adapted to new technology – ask the Mesopotamians, who invented writing
ChatGPT is going to change education, not destroy it
ChatGPT is great – you’re just using it wrong
ChatGPT is making up fake Guardian articles. Here’s how we’re responding
ChatGPT on the subject of four-digit numbers
ChatGPT threatens language diversity. More needs to be done to protect our differences in the age of AI
ChatGPT use shows that the grant-application system is broken
ChatGPT, how did you get here? It was a long journey through open source AI
ChatGPT, or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love AI
ChatGPT’s Dirty Secret: It’s Powered by "Grunts" Making $15 Per Hour
Chatting with a hacker
Cheap cab ride? You must have missed Uber’s true cost
Cheap Thrills with Muppets Rawk
Cheap vaccines could prevent millions of deaths from cervical cancer
The Cheap, Clever Promise of ‘Water ATMs’
Cheaper to prevent pandemics than 'cure' them
‘Cheaper, better’ Australian solar tiles take on Tesla and the world
Cheaper, more effective malaria vaccine wins WHO approval
The Cheapest Places to Live in the World in 2024
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Check out the cute and funny winners of The Nature Photography Contest
Check out this fandom-themed short film from promising young director, Yulin Kuang
Check Out This ‘Cat Heaven’ – Built on the Ceiling to Save Space (LOOK)
Check this out: the British Library gets into gaming
Check your tyres: you might be adding unnecessary microplastics to the environment
Cheese or Font
Cheetah Cub Takes Therapeutic Walk & Plays with Puppy Friend
Cheetah surprises tourist by leaping into safari jeep
Cheetahs Play Football - Deadly 60 - Series 3 - BBC
Chefs, doctors and real estate developers among new coalition calling to rid kitchens of gas cooking
Chelsea Australian Garden at Olinda Project
Chelsea Manning: ‘I’m Still Bound to Secrecy’
Chemistry Ph.D. Student Turned Her Thesis Into a Comic Book
Chemistry set pencils can turn life-saving tests into child’s play
Chemists fabricate novel rewritable paper
Chernobyl black frogs reveal evolution in action
Chernobyl was history’s worst nuclear disaster. Now it’s teaching geologists about the history of our planet
Cherokee Nation first tribe in U.S. to send heirloom seeds to global seed vault in Norway
The Cherokee Nation wants a representative in Congress, taking the US government up on a promise it made nearly 200 years ago
Cherokee tribe supports renaming Clingmans Dome in Smoky Mountains National Park
Chia Is a New Way to Waste Resources for Cryptocurrency
The Chicago Neighborhood That Will Generate Its Own Energy
The chickadee in the snowbank: A ‘canary in the coal mine’ for climate change in the Sierra Nevada mountains
Chickasha Alhiha' Music Video
Chicken, chicken, chicken
Chickens stop rabbits from fighting
Chief Engineer Kaylee Frye Can Fix All Fandoms
Chief Medical Officer Paul Kelly downplayed long COVID while justifying end of isolation requirements, medical specialist says
Chief of Cherokee Nation says it's time Jeep stop using tribe's name
Chief Standing Bear, Who Fought for Native American Freedoms, Is Honored With a Statue in the Capitol
Chihuahuas wearing sailor costumes!!!
Child Porn Laws Aren’t As Bad As You Think. They’re Much, Much Worse.
Child Safe
Child stars: The power and the price of cuteness
Childhood immunization begins recovery after COVID-19 backslide
Childline reminds kids that nobody is normal, with help from Radiohead
Children are being hit hard this flu season. Some experts are calling for more antiviral use
Children Are Not Property: The idea that underlies the right-wing campaign for “parents’ rights.”
Children born today will see literally thousands of animals disappear in their lifetime, as global food webs collapse
Children can now report rights violations directly to the UN – it’s progress, but Aotearoa New Zealand still needs to do more
Children do not understand concept of others having false beliefs until age 6 or 7
Children have a basic understanding of poverty – a more equal society means talking to them about it
Children in Gaza ‘developing severe trauma’ after 16 days of bombing
Children in Palestine and Israel continue to suffer as international law is routinely ignored
Children of same-sex parents see outcomes as good or better than heterosexual couples: study
The children of Windrush: 'I’m here legally, but they’re asking me to prove I’m British'
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Children reaching UK in small boats sent to jail that houses adult sex offenders
Children with same-sex parents do better at school than their peers
Chile couples' joy as first same-sex marriages held
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Chile’s Atacama Desert: Where Fast Fashion Goes to Die
Chilling Report Suggests 1 Out of 5 Countries Could Be Headed For Ecosystem Collapse
The Chilling Truth: Antarctica Just Lost an Ice Mass the Size of My Country
Chimpanzees choose cooperation over competition
Chimpanzees in the wild reduced to ‘forest ghettos’
Chimps And Gorillas Seen Hanging Together In The Wild, And We Wish We Were Invited
China accused of flooding social media with spam to crowd out protest news
China Announces That It Will Cover Nearly A Quarter Of The Country In Forest By 2020…
China approves safety of first gene-edited crop
China bans celebrities with ‘lapsed morals’ from endorsing products
China collides with Earth
China Completely Disappears Famed Online Influencer For (Accidentally) Referencing Tiananmen Square, Causing Lots Of People To Try To Figure Out Why
China continues coal spree despite climate goals
China could face a catastrophic COVID surge as it lifts restrictions – here’s how it might play out
China Disappeared My Professor. It Can’t Silence His Poetry.
China Electric Car Market Report For October — Hot & Getting Hotter
China Electric Car Sales — 30% Share Of Auto Sales In August!
China faces a new Covid wave that could peak at 65 million cases a week
China Finalizes Hong Kong Police State By Installing Man Who Led Crackdown On Protests As Its Next Leader
China finances most coal plants built today – it’s a climate problem and why US-China talks are essential
China floods: Xi Jinping urges action as rains kill 15 and displace thousands
China Focus: 10-year fishing ban improves biodiversity in Yangtze River
China Focus: Biodiversity conservation efforts bear fruit
China gives Ehang the first industry approval for fully autonomous, passenger-carrying air taxis
China is betting that the West is in irreversible decline
China is criminalising clothing ‘hurtful to the spirit and sentiments of the nation’ – could this mean a kimono ban?
China is financing infrastructure projects around the world – many could harm nature and Indigenous communities
China is going to use less coal, despite reports to the contrary
China is gunning for supremacy in the global green hydrogen race. Will it shatter Australia’s dreams?
China is playing the long game in the Pacific. Here’s why its efforts are beginning to pay off
China is pumping out carbon emissions as if COVID never happened. That’s bad news for the climate crisis
China Is Set To Take A Massive Leap Forward
China launches large-scale ‘seawater rice’ transplanting to boost output
China launches musical in bid to counter Uyghur abuse allegations
China launches new bid for internet dominance
China loves the lingo of games
China May Have Just Condemned The Entire World
China needs immigrants
China officials hit by US sanctions over ‘forced assimilation’ of children in Tibet
China on course to hit wind and solar power target five years ahead of time
China played dirty to get Huawei’s 'princess' back — too dirty even to tell its own people
China puts total fishing ban on ailing Yellow River’s upper reaches
China Reaches Peak Gasoline in Milestone for Electric Vehicles
China Reassigns 60,000 Soldiers to Plant Trees, Taiwan Sets Aggressive Timeline to Ban Straws and Other Single-Use Plastics
China rights activist goes on trial for ‘inciting subversion of state power’
China Rust Belt Province Plans $87 Billion Clean Energy Overhaul
China sentences Uyghur scholar to life in jail – BBC News
China Sows Disinformation About Hawaii Fires Using New Techniques
China support Virtual Environment
China Takes Its Climate Fight to the Rooftops
China tests a Stirling engine in orbit
China to ban ivory trade by the end of 2017
China unleashed ‘wolf warrior’ diplomacy on Canada. It may have backfired
China wants more people to eat potatoes – how changing national diets could help fix our global food crisis
China wants to choose the next Dalai Lama. He has other plans
China ‘barring thousands of citizens and foreigners from leaving country’
China ‘Colonizes’ Space with Its First Rice Harvest
China's 'batwoman' scientist warns another coronavirus outbreak is 'highly likely'
China's Covid Testing Booths Get Second Life as Libraries and Food Stalls
China's first desert-based solar and wind energy farm goes online
China's gasoline demand peak nears as EV boom hastens transition
China's green leap forward is a nightmare for Saudi Arabia and Russia
China's latest weapon against Taiwan: the sand dredger
China's Lipstick King Austin Li was a rich influencer adored by Beijing officials. One mistake triggered his downfall
China's Regulatory War On Its Gaming Industry Racks Up 14k Casualties
China's Richest Man Tells MPAA's Chris Dodd To Tell Donald Trump To Be Nice To China... Or Else
China's shrewd grab for green energy recycling dominance
China's treatment of Uighurs amounts to torture, says Dominic Raab
China-US tensions: how global trade began splitting into two blocs
China: the rise of gen Z will have massive consequences for business and politics
China: Xi’s new year’s address wasn’t a threat against Taiwan – it was a strategic move for legitimacy
The Chinafication of the internet continues as the UK proposes blocking any service that hosts "illegal" or "harmful" material
Chinavasion wholesale electronics
China’s backlash against Little Mermaid exposes Hollywood bind
China’s Belt and Road mega-plan may devastate the world’s oceans, or help save them
China’s capitalist reforms are said to have moved 800 million out of extreme poverty – new data suggests the opposite
China’s censored feminist movement finds solace in Sally Rooney
China’s concerning new strategy on human rights: unite the world behind a ‘selective’ approach
China’s COVID cases may have hit 900 million. What’s headed our way?
China’s COVID crisis and the dilemma facing its leaders, by experts who have monitored it since the Wuhan outbreak
China’s demand for seaborne coal is set to drop fast and far. Australia should take note.
China’s Economy Is Rotting from the Head
China’s economy is way more screwed than anyone thought
China’s efforts to save its wandering elephants are laudable, but let’s not forget its bloody conflicts with the giants
China’s Electric Vehicles Are Going to Hit Detroit Like a Wrecking Ball
China’s influence in Myanmar could tip the scales towards war in the South China Sea
China’s most chaotic social network survived Beijing’s censors — until now
China’s new anti-espionage law is sending a chill through foreign corporations and citizens alike
China’s population is now inexorably shrinking, bringing forward the day the planet’s population turns down
China’s Qinghai-Tibet ecosystem legislation is a landmark, but for whom? (commentary)
China’s Remote Deserts Are Hiding an Energy Revolution
China’s Return to Coal Looks Set to Be Short-Lived
China’s Revolution Turns Green
China’s WeChat is all-encompassing but low-key − a Chinese media scholar explains the Taoist philosophy behind the everything app’s design
China’s youth unemployment problem has become a crisis we can no longer ignore
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Chinese Animated Feature Trailer 我的师父姜子牙 Master Jiang and the Six Kingdoms
Chinese animation: "Legend of a Rabbit" and "Dorjee the Tibetan Mastiff"
Chinese anime fan claims police interrogated her for wearing a kimono
Chinese Authorities Call For Internet Companies To Add Bias To AI Algorithms -- In Order To 'Promote Mainstream Values'
Chinese Authorities Demand Global Censorship Of Protest Anthem ‘Glory To Hong Kong’
Chinese Electric Cars Are Here To Stay. Here's Why
The Chinese government claims LGBTQ+ people are protected from discrimination. Our interviews with 26 activists tell another story
Chinese Government Dragnet Now Folding In American Social Media Platforms To Silence Dissent
Chinese Government Is Building A Surveillance System That Will Target, Track Foreign Journalists, Students
Chinese Government Now Using National Security Law To Censor Art Being Displayed In Hong Kong
Chinese imports could undermine Ethiopian manufacturing - leaving women workers worst off
Chinese Internet Companies Are Censoring People Who Write Or Speak Tibetan Or Uyghur, Lending A Hand To China's Cultural Genocides
Chinese investors call for mandatory translation of property rules, as fallout at one of Australia's largest apartment buildings continues
Chinese Monks Get Electricity for the First Time Thanks to Solar
Chinese monks get electricity for the first time, thanks to solar
Chinese Mountain Cat
The Chinese paddlefish, one of world's largest fish, has gone extinct
Chinese people are living two years longer thanks to ‘war on pollution,’ report says
Chinese protests are about more than COVID – student discontent has fuelled the biggest movement since Tiananmen Square
Chinese Space Children
Chinese State Circus adaptation of Swan Lake (video)
Chinese Tour Groups Suck
Chinese women face a complex homecoming after studying in Australia
Chinese workers on Africa’s infrastructure projects: the link with host political regimes
Chini Plays Dress Ups
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CHIP - The World's First Nine Dollar Computer
The Chipophone
Chlorophyll water can’t clear your skin or detox your liver. But this TikTok trend got one thing right
Chloé: how a 19th-century French nude ended up in a Melbourne pub – and became an icon for Australian soldiers
Choco pies: The smuggled treats of North Korea
Chocolate Kraken
Chocolate Makers Agree to Stop Cutting Down Forests in West Africa for Cocoa
Chocolate Sushi
Choice shames Coles and Woolworths with Shonky award for ‘cashing in during cost-of-living crisis’
Chokepoint Capitalism: why we’ll all lose unless we stop Amazon, Spotify and other platforms squeezing cash from creators
Choking on Green
Choose Love: the shop where customers buy gifts for refugees
Choose Repairability—Why and How
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Chorus: An Adventure Musical
Chris Bowen says agreement on global fossil fuel phase out central to Australia’s renewable energy plans
Chris Bowen warns global heating will fuel political instability in annual climate statement
Chris Harrison's Visualization Projects
Chris Hedges: How Corporate Tyranny Works
Chris Packham on why he’s angry, yet hopeful
Chris Rock’s Opening Oscar Monologue: A Transcript,,FEB
Chris Uhlmann should mind his language on 'cultural Marxism'
Chris van Buren - Blackbird
Christian church hosts Muslim prayers
Christian nationalism poses a threat to human rights in Ghana
Christina Hess Illustration
Christine Turel on kindness
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Christmas Laser Beam Cats
Christmas Shopping the GW Way
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Chromebook Churn Could Sink School Budgets
Chronicles of Galdurvale - Legend of the Dragon Rider
The Chronicles of Narnia Don't Deserve a Spot On 21st Century Bookshelves
Chrysotile asbestos finally banned in the US after decades of EPA efforts
Chuck E. Cheese still uses floppy disks in 2023, but not for long
Chuck Jones - The Evolution of an Artist
Chuck Tingle, author "Pounded in the Butt By My Own Butt", buys Texas governor's website to prove love is real
Chuck Tingle: Not Pounded By My Book ‘Pounded In The Butt By My Non-Fungible Tingler That Is Literally This NFT’ Because Of The Current Catastrophic Environmental And Ethical Impact
Chunky Move
Church of England to disinvest from fossil fuels this year
Church of The Donald
The Church of the Right Answer
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Cicada Safari: Mapping the double emergence,of Broods XIII and XIX
Cigarette advertising aggressively targets kids in low- and middle-income countries, a new study finds
Cinderella's Mice Are Traumatized (Dimension 20 Animated)
Cindy Gallop: ‘I want to be the Y Combinator of sex tech’
Cinema and Sorcery Takes You on an Adventure through Fantasy History
Cinema execs blame piracy for $20 ticket prices
Cinematic Japanese tourism ad draws on martial arts traditions
Circles Of Credulity, Bias & Desperation Fuel Small Modular Nuclear Dreams
Circuit Board Art
Circuitry Snacks
The circular economy is coming to Europe. Here’s how
“Circularity” Claims are the Latest Marketing Mistruth
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Circus Oz to wind up
Circus Oz: Company members respond
Cities are advertising themselves as ‘climate havens.’ Experts say there’s no such thing
Cities Are Becoming More Like Sponges
Cities must replace harmful lead pipes within 10 years under new Biden administration plan
Cities of Light: A Collection of Solar Futures
Cities Really Can Be Both Denser and Greener
The cities stripping out concrete for earth and plants
Cities Take on a New Front in the Climate Battle: Meat Eating
Cities, just not as we know them – get ready for NSW’s Six Cities Region
Citing Climate Impacts and Grizzly Bear Mortality, Judge Halts Yaak Logging Project
Citing Dignity, Greek Workers Take Over Factory
Citizen scientists collect more nature data than ever, showing us where common and threatened species live
Citizen-run conservation booms in South America, despite state neglect
Citizens’ social media, like Mastodon, can provide an antidote to propaganda and disinformation
Citizen’s arrest
Citroën Oli: The Most Revolutionary EV In The World
The city as laboratory: what post-quake Christchurch is teaching us about urban recovery and transformation
City compost programs turn garbage into ‘black gold’ that boosts food security and social justice
City Hunter VS Street Fighter
‘City killers’ and half-giraffes: how many scary asteroids really go past Earth every year?
City liveability rankings tell a biased story – our research in Dhaka explains why
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The city that solved homelessness
The City Where All the Buses Are Free
The city where ‘the future has already arrived’
The City with 16,000 Electric Buses & 22,000 Electric Taxis
The city with no homeless on its streets
The ‘Civic Soft Power’ of Public Places
Civil rights 'under serious attack' across the globe
Civil Rights Images
Civil Society Calls on Tech Firms to Oppose Protest Song Ban
Civil Society Organizations Urge Ghana’s Parliament to Reject Repressive Anti-LGBTQ+ Bill
Civilians are being killed in Ukraine. So, why is investigating war crimes so difficult?
Civilization-ending climate change is knocking on the door — unless we act now
Clair de Lune - with synthesizers | A mix of complex midi sequencing and live playing
The Clandestine Insurgent Rebel Clown Army
Clarke and Dawe - The State of Politics.
Clarke and Dawe: "Richard Shinnery, NBN Consultant"
Clarksons: Record Number of Alternative Fuel Capable Newbuildings Ordered in 2022
Clash of the Titans: Bubo the Owl
Classic 1970s UK children's book on computers
Classic F&SF movies as old Russian woodcuts
Classic Reload Game and Software Preservation
Classic text adventures in your browser
Classic video game scarves
Classic Viral YouTube Videos Reimagined in the Style of Big-Budget Hollywood Movie Trailers
Classical Music Mashup
Classical Music Mashup IV
Classy Yet Goofy Animal Furniture
Claude Shannon: Tinkerer, Prankster, and Father of Information Theory
Claude’s Constitution
Claudia Goldin wins Nobel economics prize for work on gender pay gap
Clayton’s Apartheid: The Racist Things Alice Springs Does When It Doesn’t Want To Appear Racist
Clean air is possible without lockdowns, new study shows
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Clean Cooking Alliance
The Clean Energy Future Is Arriving Faster Than You Think
Clean Energy Has a Tipping Point, and 87 Countries Have Reached It
Clean energy is moving faster than you think
Clean Energy Is Suddenly Less Polarizing Than You Think
The clean energy milestone the world is set to pass in 2023
Clean Energy Projects Surge After Climate Bill Passage
The clean energy revolution isn’t just a techno-fix – it’s about capturing hearts and minds
Clean energy won’t save us – only a new economic system can
Clean energy? The world’s demand for copper could be catastrophic for communities and environments
Clean Is Happy
Clean technologies are driving job growth in the energy sector, but skills shortages are an increasing concern
Cleaning up Australia’s 80,000 disused mines is a huge job – but the payoffs can outweigh the costs
Cleaning Up Pollution Could Help Prevent The Next 'Silent Pandemic'
Cleaning up the Manus damage
The Cleanup of Seattle’s Only River Could Cost Boeing and Taxpayers $1 Billion. Talks Over Who Will Pay Most Are Secret.
clear channel uses digital billboards to help the homeless find shelter in sweden
Cleopatra in Spaaace!
The Cleveland Indians changed their team name – what’s holding back the Atlanta Braves?
Clever advertising campaign
Clever advertising website
Clever cockatoos bend hooks into straight wire to fish for food
Clever minigolf course
Clever Muppets edit & Liverpool Station flashmob
Clever musical phone commercial
Clever New Text Game Asks Whether You'll Trust An Alien
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Cleverly Designed Table With a Hole in the Middle That Lets Your Cat Become a Living Centerpiece
The Cleverlys "Gangnam Style"
‘Cli-fi’ might not save the world, but writing it could help with your eco-anxiety
Click Here If You Want to Be Sad
Click on this f**cking outrage (that is not at all what it seems).
Clickbait: Profitable vs. Sustainable
Clicking 'Yes': Amazing marriage proposal via videogame
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Climate 'tipping points' could push us past the point-of-no-return after less than 2 degrees of warming
Climate Action Game Changers: The Solar Story
Climate activist Deanna ‘Violet’ Coco reveals why she was prepared to risk jail time
Climate adaptation projects sometimes exacerbate the problems they try to solve – a new tool hopes to correct that
Climate and economic risks 'threaten 2008-style systemic collapse'
Climate anxiety fails to translate into votes as German election looms
‘Climate apartheid’: UN expert says human rights may not survive
The climate benefits of a four-day workweek
The Climate Book By Greta Thunberg
The Climate Book by Greta Thunberg review – global warning
Climate breakdown is knocking the natural world out of sync – and we should all be worried
The climate cafe helping eco-anxious Africans find hope amid the heat
Climate change 'hitting harder and sooner' than forecast, warn scientists ahead of UN meeting
Climate change and equity: whose language is it anyway?
Climate change and nature loss are our biggest environmental problems - so why isn’t the market tackling them together?
Climate change and the intellectual decline of the right
Climate change believers are more likely to cooperate with strangers, new research finds
Climate change can drive social tipping points – for better or for worse
Climate change can't be stopped if we destroy these parts of the world
Climate change could be paused by planting trees, researchers say, as they map out available land
Climate Change Could Cut World Economy by $23 Trillion in 2050, Insurance Giant Warns
Climate change denial is evil, says Mary Robinson
Climate change deniers are over attacking the science. Now they attack the solutions.
Climate change deniers’ new battle front attacked
Climate change drives rise in extreme lake water temperatures
Climate Change from A to Z
Climate change has already hit Australia. Unless we act now, a hotter, drier and more dangerous future awaits, IPCC warns
Climate Change Has Lessons for Fighting the Coronavirus
Climate change has likely begun to suffocate the world's fisheries
Climate change has made old measures predicting weather events in Australia 'essentially worthless'
Climate change hits low-income earners harder – and poor housing in hotter cities is a disastrous combination
Climate change hits some of us much harder than others – but affected groups are fighting back
Climate Change is a Bigger Existential Threat Than AI
Climate Change Is A Disaster Foretold, Just Like The First World War
Climate change is a security threat the government keeps ignoring. We’ll show up empty handed to yet another global summit
Climate change is about to play a big role in government purchases – with vast implications for the US economy
Climate change is already putting the heat on insurance companies – Auckland’s floods could be a turning point
Climate Change Is Causing The Upper Atmosphere To Cool, And The Side Effects Are Terrifying
Climate change is causing tuna to migrate, which could spell catastrophe for the small islands that depend on them
Climate Change Is Coming for Your Favorite Condiments
Climate change is disrupting ocean currents. We’re using satellites and ships to understand how
Climate change is driving a global youth revolution
Climate change is fanning the flames of NZ’s wildfire future. Port Hills is only the beginning
Climate change is forcing Australians to weigh up relocating. How do they make that difficult decision?
Climate Change Is Forcing Cities to Rethink Their Tree Mix
Climate change is fueling mass-casualty heat waves. Here's why experts say we don't view them as crises
Climate change is fuelling the rise of superbugs. What can we do to save ourselves?
Climate Change Is Killing Butterflies in the American West
Climate change is killing off soil organisms critical for some of Earth’s ecosystems
Climate change is killing trees in Queensland’s tropical rainforests
Climate change is leaving African elephants desperate for water
Climate change is resulting in profound, immediate and worsening health impacts, over 120 researchers say
Climate change is testing the resilience of native plants to fire, from ash forests to gymea lilies
Climate change is threatening Madagascar’s famous forests – our study shows how serious it is
Climate change is transforming Australia’s cultural life – so why isn’t it mentioned in the new national cultural policy?
Climate Change Is Turning Cities Into Ovens
Climate change is warping our fresh water cycle – and much faster than we thought
Climate change is white colonisation of the atmosphere. It’s time to tackle this entrenched racism
Climate change killed 40 million Australian mangroves in 2015. Here’s why they’ll probably never grow back
Climate change means Australia may have to abandon much of its farming
Climate change novels allow us to imagine possible futures – read these crucial seven
Climate Change Poses Major Risks to Financial Markets, Regulator Warns
Climate change solution could come from 'electrifying everything', Australian inventor Saul Griffith says
Climate change splits the public into six groups. Understanding them is key to future action
Climate change talk has been around for 30 years. Where's the action?
Climate change talks lead to heightened pledge to cut emissions
Climate change threatens Germany's fairy tale forests
Climate change threatens the rights of children. The UN just outlined the obligations states have to protect them
Climate change threatens to cause ‘synchronised harvest failures’ across the globe, with implications for Australia’s food security
Climate change threatens to swamp suburbs. Now comes the brawl over what to do about it
Climate change threatens up to 100% of trees in Australian cities, and most urban species worldwide
Climate change triggering global collapse in insect numbers: stressed farmland shows 63% decline – new research
The climate change we caused is here for at least 50,000 years – and probably far longer
The Climate Change We've Already Created Will Last 50,000 Years, Scientists Warn
Climate change will affect solar power and grid stability across Australia – here’s how
Climate change will cause more African children to die from hot weather
Climate change will clearly disrupt El Niño and La Niña this decade – 40 years earlier than we thought
Climate change will force up to 113m people to relocate within Africa by 2050 - new report
Climate change will reshape the world’s agricultural trade
Climate change will strike Australia’s precious World Heritage sites – and Indigenous knowledge is a key defence
Climate change will transform how we live, but these tech and policy experts see reason for optimism
Climate change, mental health services, a better education system: what marginalised young people told us needs to be fixed
Climate change, pandemics, biodiversity loss: no country is sufficiently prepared
Climate change, rising insurance costs, food security singled out in CSIRO megatrends report
Climate Change, the Problem from Hell
Climate change: alarming Africa-wide report predicts 30% drop in crop revenue, 50 million without water
Climate change: Answers to your most asked questions
Climate change: China sets stage for more of its transport to run on solar energy
Climate change: China's green power surge offers hope on warming
Climate change: Couple set for Pole-to-Pole electric car challenge
Climate change: Electric trucks 'can compete with diesel ones'
Climate Change: Even Worse Than We Thought
Climate change: how elephants help pump planet-warming carbon underground
Climate change: Key UN finding widely misinterpreted
Climate change: Oceans running out of oxygen as temperatures rise
Climate change: Scientists sad, frustrated as extreme weather becomes the new norm
Climate change: Scientists to report on ocean 'emergency' caused by warming
Climate change: six positive news stories from 2019
Climate change: Spike in Amazon emissions linked to [lack of] law enforcement
Climate change: the fairest way to tax carbon is to make air travel more expensive
Climate change: waiting for catastrophe means we will be too late to act
Climate Change: We're Not Literally Doomed, but...
Climate change: West Africa’s oceans at risk because of a lack of monitoring
Climate change: what G7 leaders could have said – but didn’t
Climate change: Why action still ignites debate in Australia
Climate change: Why Australia refuses to give up coal
Climate change: ‘We’ve created a civilisation hell bent on destroying itself – I’m terrified’, writes Earth scientist
Climate chaos certain if oil and gas mega-projects go ahead, warns IEA chief
Climate Clock
The Climate Clock: Counting down to 1.5℃
Climate complacency: study finds even the most informed people would rather take the easy option
Climate crisis fills top five places of World Economic Forum’s risks report
The climate crisis is real – but overusing terms like ‘crisis’ and ‘emergency’ comes with risk
Climate crisis is suffocating the world’s lakes, study finds
Climate Crisis news May 2019
Climate crisis to shrink G7 economies twice as much as Covid-19, says research
Climate crisis will bring more and worse tropical cyclones to Australia’s east coast, study predicts
Climate crisis – here’s what the experts recommend we do
Climate crisis: 11,000 scientists warn of ‘untold suffering’
Climate crisis: Australia must ready for ‘devastating’ regional disruption, MPs told
Climate crisis: carbon emissions budget is now tiny, scientists say
Climate crisis: economists ‘grossly undervalue young lives’, warns Stern
Climate crisis: even temporarily overshooting 2°C would cause permanent damage to Earth’s species
Climate crisis: in coronavirus lockdown, nature bounces back – but for how long?
Climate crisis: keeping hope of 1.5°C limit alive is vital to spurring global action
Climate crisis: past eight years were the eight hottest ever, says UN
Climate crisis: six steps to making fossil fuels history
Climate crisis: what to consider if you’re questioning whether to have children
Climate damage is worsening faster than expected, but there’s still reason for optimism – 4 essential reads on the IPCC report
Climate denial: Donald Trump mimics criminal behaviour when justifying his stance
'Climate Despair' Is Making People Give Up on Life
The climate disaster is here
The Climate Economy Is About to Explode
Climate emergency not slowed by COVID-19 pandemic and planet's 'vital signs' worsening, scientists say
Climate emergency: world 'may have crossed tipping points'
Climate expert ‘sacked’ after refusing flight to Germany over carbon emissions
Climate explained: what each of us can do to reduce our carbon footprint
Climate explained: why some people still think climate change isn’t real
Climate Fiction for Young Writers
Climate fight 'is undermined by social media's toxic reports'
Climate heroes: the countries pioneering a green future
Climate inaction: Assaulting the mental health of kids
Climate isn’t a distraction from the military’s job of war fighting. It’s front and centre
Climate litigation is on the rise around the world and Australia is at the head of the pack
Climate optimism is an illusion, UN chief tells Cop26
Climate paralysis? Try multisolving
Climate Pledges Reach Threshold to Keep Warming Below 2C
Climate repair: three things we must do now to stabilise the planet
Climate scientist Mark Maslin: ‘We have all the technology we need to move to a cleaner, renewable world’
Climate scientist: our profession is letting down humanity – we must change the way we approach the climate crisis
Climate scientists are becoming climate activists as governments fail to heed warnings
Climate scientists warn of increased climate change events as carbon emissions fail to drop
Climate scientists: concept of net zero is a dangerous trap
Climate stability becomes a relic of the past in B.C. due to loss of hydrologic stationarity
Climate talks: Should rich countries pay for damage caused by global warming?
Climate tipping points — too risky to bet against
Climate TRACE
‘Climate villain’: scientists say Rupert Murdoch wielded his media empire to sow confusion and doubt
Climate, Politics and Religion
Climate-conscious investors put nuclear dead last on list of desirable Australian ventures
Climate-exodus expected in the Middle East and North Africa
Climate-friendly beef? Argentina’s new ‘carbon-neutral’ certification could help reduce livestock emissions – if it’s done right
Climate-fuelled disasters: warning people is good, but stopping the disaster is best. Here are 4 possible ways to do it
Climate-fuelled wave patterns pose an erosion risk for developing countries
Climate-protected citadels, virtual worlds only for the privileged: is this the future of inequality?
Climate-related disasters leave behind trauma and worse mental health. Housing uncertainty is a major reason why
Climate-stressed Iraq says will plant 5 million trees
Clinics Offering Child Care Help Parents Clear Arrest Warrants
Clockmaker John Harrison vindicated 250 years after ‘absurd’ claims
CLOCKWRIGHT: Large-Scale Analogue Time Machines
Close call: most popular Australian baby names of the past century revealed
Close-up Photographer of the Year: Take a tiny peek at these breathtaking winning images
Closer relations between Australia and India have the potential to benefit both nations
Closing the 'Collapse Gap': the USSR was better prepared for collapse than the US
Closing the First Nations employment gap will take 100 years
"Closing the Gap" will fail without ‘fundamental change’, scathing report finds
Clothespin Dolls for Everyone
Clothing industry put on notice as fast fashion and unwanted clothing takes environmental toll
Cloud Cities
Cloud forests risk drying out by 2060
The cloud under the sea
'Cloud': Flip-dot kinetic sculpture at Heathrow
Clowning around in politics
Clue in the windscreen may be key in legal challenge to Queensland’s AI traffic fine system
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CNN changed a headline about EV sales from a success story to a failure
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CO2 sensors: Vitalight and Aranet4 review
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Coal closures, battery storage, solar generation: The energy transition is everywhere
Coal Declines Amid Solar Boom in South Africa, in Five Charts
Coal industry will never recover after coronavirus pandemic, say experts
Coal mine climate change case challenges the government's use of 'drug dealer's defence' on emissions
Coal use at U.S. power plants continues downward spiral; full impact on mines to be felt in 2024
The coal whack-a-mole: getting rid of coal power will make prices fall and demand rise elsewhere
Coal will be all but gone by 2034 under Australia’s latest energy roadmap
Coalition frontbencher condemns anti-voice rallies as ‘shameless’ attempt to push ‘extreme causes’
The Coalition wants nuclear power. Could it work – or would it be an economic and logistical disaster?
Coalition’s nuclear SMR poster boy cancels flagship project due to soaring costs
Coal’s high cost in China: 2.5 billion years of life expectancy
Coastal property prices and climate risks are both soaring. We must pull our heads out of the sand
COBOL turns 60: Why it will outlive us all
Coca-Cola Critics Have Never Heard of ‘E Pluribus Unum’
Coca-Cola in Africa: a long history full of unexpected twists and turns
Coca-Cola, PepsiCo, Nestlé are worst plastic polluters of 2020, have made ‘zero progress,’ new report finds
Cochlear Implant Users Face Grim Future Without Repair or Upgrades
Cockatoos and macaws that outlive owners given new homes at Victor Harbor wildlife park
Cockatoos and rainbow lorikeets battle for nest space as the best old trees disappear
Cockatoos learn to make and use a tool
Cockney and Queen’s English have all but disappeared among young people – here’s what’s replaced them
Cocoa prices are surging: west African countries should seize the moment to negotiate a better deal for farmers
Cocoa prices surge to all-time highs as bad weather hurts West Africa crop yield
Cocoa’s child laborers
Coconut-based contraption makes your bike sound just like a horse
Code Abuse
Code Breakers: Women in Games exhibition
Code Golf masterclass: fitting a whole bootable CDROM game into a tweet
Code is law: why software openness and algorithmic transparency are vital for privacy
Code Kept Secret for Years Reveals Its Flaw—a Backdoor
Code Nebula Pavilion
Codebreakers Have Deciphered The Lost Letters of Mary, Queen of Scots
Coercive control is a key part of domestic violence. So why isn’t it a crime across Australia?
Coffee, brought to you by bees: a case study in how restoring habitat is a win-win for forests and farmers
Coffin? Casket? Cremation? How to make your death more environmentally friendly
The Cognitive Biases Tricking Your Brain
CoinDeal’s Bentleys Weren’t Real
Cold, remote and risky: why Australia is turning to robots to boost its presence in Antarctica
Coldplay - Biutyful (Official Video)
Coldplay - Paradise (Peponi) African Style (Ft. Alex Boye) ThePianoGuys
Coles to stop selling soft-plastic shopping bags by end of June
Coles, Woolworths recycling scheme collapses after secret stockpiles revealed
Colin Kaepernick Is Righter Than You Know: The National Anthem Is a Celebration of Slavery
Collagen craze drives deforestation and rights abuses
‘Collapse of Civilisation is the Most Likely Outcome’: Top Climate Scientists - Resilience
Collapse, Renewal and the Rope of History
Collapsible, rotating caravan harnesses solar and wind for efficient off-grid living
The Collapsing Empire is a hilarious tale of humanity’s impending doom
Collective Nouns
Fwd: College Saga - Episode 1 FUNNY video on YouTube
College Students Made the World’s Fastest Solar-Powered EV. It Just Went 621 Miles on a Single Charge.
College-Educated Professionals Are Capitalism’s Useful Idiots
The collision of copyright and e-science
Colombia and Mali leading efforts to improve air quality, new ranking finds
Colombia deforestation plummets as peace efforts focus on rainforest
Colombia is first in Western Hemisphere to protect 30% of ocean
Colombia joins international alliance calling for treaty to end use of fossil fuels
Colonists upended Aboriginal farming, growing grain and running sheep on rich yamfields, and cattle on arid grainlands
#Color Our Collections
Color-changing material could warm or cool buildings
Colorado librarians are now front-line crisis workers, managing homeless patrons, mental illness, book-banners
Colorful Quilled Paper Designs by Sena Runa
Colourful Origami
Columbia House sold!
Column: Perverted Illinois bald eagle threesome threatens sanctity of marriage. What’s next, hawk orgies?
Column: These ‘experts’ sold the U.S. on a disastrous COVID plan, and never paid a professional price
The Comanagement of Bears Ears Is an Important Step in Tackling Climate Change
Combat robots wow crowds
Combined power of two telescopes is helping crack the mystery of eerie rings in the sky
Combining Solar & Farming Benefits Both
Come for the Free Meals, Stay for the Company
“Come, Come, Whoever You Are.” As a Pluralist Movement Emerges from Gezi Park in Turkey
Comedian Cal Wilson dies aged 53 after short illness
Comedy can help us tackle the climate crisis – here’s how
Comedy Festival
Comedy Festival Offer
Comedy Gig/Poetry Gig
Comedy Review
Comedy Short: Leading Lady Parts - BBC
Comedy Wildlife Photo Award 2023 finalists revealed
Comedy wildlife photo finalists are every bit as glorious as you'd expect
The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2015
The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2019
The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards: 2020 Winners
Comfort and Creativity
Comic Book Plus
Comic Book Shop [Thrift Shop Parody]
Comic-book superheroine Cat aims to see off gender stereotypes
Comic: how to have better arguments about the environment (or anything else)
COMIC: In the '90s I survived summers in Egypt with no AC. How would it feel now?
Comic: The Life of Sitting Bull, as told by a 10-year-old
Comicmix Wins Against Dr. Seuss Estate On Trademark Infringement Claim, Copyright Claim In Serious Jeopardy
The Coming Collision Between EU Privacy Regulation And American Free Speech
The Coming COVID Brain Wreck?
Coming Out in Uganda Was a Death Sentence. The U.S. Border Was a Trap
The Coming Software Apocalypse
Coming soon to the public domain in 2022
Coming to Melbourne
Commemorative T-shirts for Fictional Events
Commencement Speaker Needed
Comment Sections Are Wastelands Ruled by Trolls. Here Are Alternatives
Comment: I complimented a racist and won
Comment: We have a political correctness crisis, but it's not the one you think
Commentary: Cultural Appropriation Is, In Fact, Indefensible
Commercial Flights Are Experiencing 'Unthinkable' GPS Attacks and Nobody Knows What to Do
Commercially Available Chairs in Star Trek
commercials as they should be done...with a laugh
Commissioner Oettinger is about to turn EU copyright reform into another ACTA
The Commodordion
Common "Forever Chemicals" May Trigger Cancer Cells to Spread
Common diabetes drug metformin could protect against long COVID
Common misconceptions about Germany's energy transition: No, it did not increase carbon emissions, or reliance on coal, or Russia. It is not increasing blackouts.
Commonwealth Bank fined a record $3.55m for breaching spam laws with millions of emails
Communal living is growing in Australia. Residents say it can create community and reduce cost of living
The Commune in Ethiopia Where Feminism is the Law
The Communist Party claims to have brought prosperity and equality to China. Here’s the real impact of its rule
Community batteries are popular – but we have to make sure they actually help share power
Community care where? Nonprofit COVID-19 denial–The mass disabling elephant in the room
Community Fridges Combat Both Hunger and Climate Change
Community in Bolivia Turns Tragedy into Conservation Opportunity
The Community Kitchens as an opportunity for migrant women in Peru
Community legal centres turn away 1,000 Australians each day despite growing need for help
‘Community Ownership’ Might Be the Best Way to Fight Deforestation
Community TV stations Channel 31 and Channel 44 given a month to get off the air
The community-led movement creating hope in the time of coronavirus
The Commuting Principle That Shaped Urban History
Como Is Infosec
Companies Are Helping Their Workers Commute Sustainably
Companies are increasingly tracking eye movements — but is it ethical?
Companies portray menopause as ‘medical problem’ and push women towards ineffective treatments, papers find
Companies Respond To The GDPR By Blocking All EU Users
Company Adopts 2 Office Kittens (Debit And Credit) To Boost Employee Morale
Company Serves World's First 'Mammoth' Meatball, But Nobody Is Allowed to Eat It
Comparison of post-acute sequelae following hospitalization for COVID-19 and influenza
comparisons of notable earthquakes
The Compassion Gap
Compassionate Risks
Compassionate supermarket manager offers shoplifter a job instead of pressing charges
Compelling Science Fiction
Competing visions? The Green New Deal and the green industrial revolution
Competition From the US Is Forcing Europe to Up Its Green Game
Competition to name Australia’s lunar rover
Competition versus cooperation
Comping White
Complaints Choirs around the world...including Melbourne!
‘Complete elation’ greeted Plibersek’s big plans to protect nature - but hurdles litter the path
The complete stories (103) and novels (35) of A. E. van Vogt: synopses, comments and ratings
‘Completely unacceptable’: dust from Newcrest Cadia goldmine 11 times the regulatory limit
The Complexity Of Making An RPG That’s Authentically Australian
The Complexity of Simply Searching for Medical Advice
Compostable electronics could ease the e-waste problem
Comprehensive synthesis of the technological, ecological and political critique of blockchainism
Computer chess created in 487 bytes, breaks 32-year-old record
The Computer Designed to Last
Computer desk folding bed
Computer Engineering for Babies
Computer Gaming Neko
Computer graphics
‘Computer says no’: more employers are using AI to recruit, increasing the risk of discrimination
Computer science pioneer Niklaus Wirth passes away
Computer, Open That Door!
Computer-written scripts and deepfake actors: what’s at the heart of the Hollywood strikes against generative AI
Computing gives us tools to preserve disappearing languages
The concept of class is often avoided in public debate, but it’s essential for understanding inequality
Concern for the Great Barrier Reef can inspire climate action - but the way we talk about it matters
Concrete jungle: Cities adapt to growing ranks of coyotes, cougars and other urban wildlife
Concrete: the most destructive material on Earth
Condemning a generation of renters to years of hardship
‘Conditional commitments’: the diplomatic strategy that could make Australia do its fair share on climate change
condom ments
Conduct: No Evil 13
Coney Island taxidermy artist Takeshi Yamada
Confectioner's sweet solution to plastic waste could spark change
Conference Bike: a 7-person tricycle
Confessions of a former covert CIA agent - Amaryllis Fox
Confessions of an Ex-Prosecutor
Confirmed: New Study Shows The Gulf Stream Is Definitely Weakening
Conflict between humans and wildlife in Tanzania is being poorly managed – and climate change is making things worse
Conflict in the South China Sea threatens 90% of Australia’s fuel imports: study
Conflict pollution, washed-up landmines and military emissions – here’s how war trashes the environment
Confronting the Covid-19 Crisis: Danger and Opportunity
The Confucian Cure For Tiger Parenting
Confused old man believes economic system that caused climate change will magically solve it
Confused Person Asks Why Millennials Want To Die, Receives A Surprisingly Clear Answer
confusions of a five out of ten
Congo creates first Marine Protected Areas
CONGO: Conkouati-Douli park gets 2,900 km2 marine extension
Congratulations, class of 2014: You’re totally screwed
Connecting Europe by train: 10 EU pilot services to boost cross-border rail
Connecting people, projects and protocols to build a decentralized web
Connecting to culture: here’s what happened when elders gifted totemic species to school kids
Consensus Cloud of Books
Consequences of the defeat of Russia
The consequences of the government’s new migration legislation could be dire – for individuals and for Australia
Consequences ‘dire’ if Human Rights Act ditched, more than 50 groups warn
Conservation and cooperation: How the pirarucu returned to the Amazon
Conservation Area in Ecuador Achieves National Protected Status as a ‘Wildlife Refuge’
Conservation Area in Teoponte, Bolivia Will Protect over 100,000 acres of Forest and Uplift Local Communities
Conservation documents for half of all critically endangered species don’t mention climate change
Conservation efforts celebrated as 26 Australian species no longer need threatened listing
Conservation scientists are grieving after the bushfires – but we must not give up
Conservation stories from the front lines
Conservation: Explosion in frog numbers after mass pond digging
Conservationists Are Saving America’s Prairies by Selling Them Off
Conservationists near goal of turning Orange County oil field into nature preserve
Conservationists use astronomy software to save species
Conservationists welcome gillnet fishing ban in Great Barrier Reef world heritage area
Conservative evangelicals aren’t hypocrites — it’s worse than that
Conservatives have already written a climate plan for Trump’s second term
Conservatives weaponize autism in their fight against transgender
‘conserve the sound’ – listen to sounds made by vintage technology | #history #retro #retrotech
Conspiracy theorist tactics show it’s too easy to get around Facebook’s content policies
Conspiracy Theorists Think Walkable Cities Are Really Open-Air Prison Dystopias Now
‘Constant bird song’ result of conservation on Mercury Islands
Constellation Games: debut sf novel floored me with its brilliance
construction is completed
Construction starts on new coal plants on track to hit a record low
Consultants like PwC are loyal to profit, not the public. Governments should cut back on using them
Consulting firm KPMG overcharged Defence while raking in billions of dollars, whistleblowers say
Consume, Conform, Obey: What Homeland Security's Targeting Of Anti-Consumerist Activities Says About The Government's Desires
Consumer Conflict: The Story of Consumer Reports
Consumer Technology vs. 5G
Consumers are wise to ‘woke washing’ – but truly ‘transformative branding’ can still make a difference
Contact lenses or displays
Container deposit schemes reduce rubbish on our beaches. Here’s how we proved it
Contemporary Home Computing
Contempt Culture
Content Creator Of The Month: Realm Pictures Explores New Ways To Tell Stories Online
Content Moderation At Scale Especially Doesn't Work When You Hide All The Rules
Content Moderation is Broken. Let Us Count the Ways.
Content Moderation Is Impossible: Facebook Settles Legal Fight Over Famous Painting Of A Woman's Genitals
Context Clues in the Era of #MeToo
Continued logging of NSW koala habitat is ‘a profound tragedy’, conservationist says
Contrary To Popular Opinion, Most Teens Get Real Value Out Of Social Media
Contribution to GTI Forum: Has the time come for a universal basic income?
Controversial Preacher Says Every Church Should Take Over Their Town
Controversial research pulls Westmead children's hospital into centre of fight over gender care
Controversial ‘forever chemicals’ could be phased out in Australia under new restrictions. Here’s what you need to know
Convening on automation, Opportunity and belonging: Vision & Foundations for a better society.
Converting classic cars to electric vehicles is booming in popularity
The Cook Islands have decriminalized homosexuality
Cookie Monster Is Getting His Own Cooking Show
Cookie Monster Slayer!
Cookie Monster Teams Up With Grumpy Cat to Break the Internet
Cookies and candy are latest victims of climate crisis as sugar prices surge
Cookies Have Never Looked As Cute As They Do When You Make Them With This Awesome Kitty Rolling Pin
Cooking (and heating) without gas: what are the impacts of shifting to all-electric homes?
'Cooking alive': The desperate fight to save Australian wildlife from collapse
Cooking chemistry minus heat equals new non-toxic adhesive
Cooking for Copyright campaign sees librarians make vintage recipes in bid to change laws
Cooking for Engineers
Cooking fuels linked to developmental delays in kids
Cooking, Monasteries, Arithmetic: Lorraine Daston on the History of Rules
Cool ambigram T-shirt
Cool car ads
Cool desktop backgrounds
Cool Lights
Cool music videos
Cool pavement covers this LA neighborhood. Does it make a difference?
Cool robot and restoring blurry images
Cool Robots!
“Cool Roofs” Are Helping Women Earn More in India
Cool Scifi & Fantasy Art
Cool sculpture creates moiré pattern when viewed
COOL Sculptures!
Cool Soviet Sci Fi Illustrations
Cool Steampunk Art
Cool Tools by Kevin Kelly
Cool Topiary
Cool Tree Houses
Fwd: Cool writing site
Cool! Discordian Colouring Book
Coolant Leak on ISS Raises Concerns Over Russian Space Program
The Coolest Library on Earth
The Coolest Vinyl Releases of All Time
Cooley! (Art prints)
Cooperation with the US could drive Australia’s clean energy shift – but we must act fast
Cooperative Ways to Weather the Silver Tsunami
Cop15: historic deal struck to halt biodiversity loss by 2030
COP15: three visions for protecting nature on the table at the UN biodiversity conference
COP26 failed to address ocean acidification, but the law of the seas means states must protect the world’s oceans
COP26 leaves too many loopholes for the fossil fuel industry. Here are 5 of them
COP26: Document leak reveals nations lobbying to change key climate report
COP27 shines light on civil liberties in Egypt, but it’ll take work to achieve real freedom
COP27 was disappointing, but 2022 remains an historic year for international climate policy
COP27: a year on from the Glasgow climate pact, the world is burning more fossil fuels than ever
COP27: Brazil is back on the world stage, Lula tells climate summit
COP27: how responsible are industrialised countries for climate change?
COP27: one big breakthrough but ultimately an inadequate response to the climate crisis
COP27: Sharp rise in fossil fuel industry delegates at climate summit
The COP28 climate agreement is a step backwards on fossil fuels
COP28 Climate Stocktake: An Alarming Reality Check
COP28 climate summit just approved a ‘loss and damage’ fund. What does this mean?
COP28 deal confirms what Australia already knows: coal is out of vogue and out of time
Cop28 draft climate deal criticised as ‘grossly insufficient’ and ‘incoherent’
Cop28 host UAE breaking its own ban on routine gas flaring, data shows
Cop28 host UAE has world’s biggest climate-busting oil plans, data indicates
COP28 host UAE pledges to triple renewables
COP28 president is wrong – science clearly shows fossil fuels must go (and fast)
COP28: 7 food and agriculture innovations needed to protect the climate and feed a rapidly growing world
COP28: a year on from climate change funding breakthrough, poor countries eye disappointment at Dubai summit
COP28: Earth’s frozen zones are in trouble – we’re already seeing the consequences
COP28: health is finally on the agenda – but there’s more to do as we face continued climate extremes
COP28: How 7 policies could help save a billion lives by 2100
COP28: inside the United Arab Emirates, the oil giant hosting 2023 climate change summit
COP28: Turning the tap off slowly – why Australia’s decision to end overseas fossil fuel finance matters
COP28: Why China’s clean energy boom matters for global climate action
COP28: with a ‘loss and damage’ fund in place, protecting climate refugees is more urgent than ever
The Copenhagen Diagnosis: Climate Science Report
CopyCamp 2014: post-conference publication
Copyleft lawsuit against Vizio will allow anyone to defend the commons
Copyright As Censorship: Abuse Of The DMCA To Try To Delete Online News Is Rampant
Copyright As Censorship: WSJ Identifies Hundreds Of Bogus News Takedowns; People Blame Google Rather Than Copyright
Copyright Collecting Societies A Morass Of Bad Incentives
Copyright Companies Want Memes That Are Legal In The EU Blocked Because They Now Admit Upload Filters Are 'Practically Unworkable'
The Copyright Fights Over The Australian Aborigine Flag Continue To Demonstrate Copyright Insanity
The Copyright Folly: Making A Living As A Creator Has Always Been Difficult, Stronger Copyright Doesn't Fix It
Copyright Fraud Deployed To Silence Journalists In Equatorial Guinea
Copyright Gets In The Way Of Chef Andres' 'Recipes For The People'; Because The DMCA Takedown System Is Still Broken
Copyright Has A Real & Serious Free Speech Problem
Copyright Has Been One Of Life’s Certainties: But Will It Always Be?
The Copyright Industry Is About To Discover That There Are Hundreds Of Thousands Of Songs Generated By AI Already Available, Already Popular
The Copyright Industry Wants Everything Filtered As It Is Uploaded; Here's Why That Will Be A Disaster
Copyright is broken
Copyright Is Broken: COVID-19 Pandemic Revealing Just How Messed Up Our Permission-Based Culture Is
Copyright Law Stifling Free Speech And Artistic Criticism
Copyright Leads To Internet Fragmentation
Copyright Madness: Blurred Lines Mess Means Artists Now Afraid To Name Their Inspirations
Copyright Maximalists And Lobbyists Celebrate Vancouver Aquarium Censoring Critical Documentary With Copyright
Copyright Maximalists' Incredible Sense Of Entitlement: If It Challenges The Biz Model We Chose, It Must Be Illegal
Copyright means you can’t tweak how a Web page appears on your screen, according to media giant
Copyright Means You May Need Permission To Post Photos Of Your Own Home Online
Copyright Remains A Complete Mess: A Tale In Two Stories
Copyright, Culture, Sharing, Remix... And A Congresswoman Dancing As A College Student
Coral decline in Great Barrier Reef 'unprecedented'
Coral reef: How divers are using antibiotics to save sick corals
Coral Reefs Generate a Hidden Sound Underwater, And It Could Help Us to Save Them
Coral reefs provide stunning images of a world under assault
Coral Scientists Eye ‘Radical Intervention’ To Save The World’s Reefs
Coral, Explained
Corals are starting to bleach as global ocean temperatures hit record highs
CORBEVAX, a new patent-free COVID-19 vaccine, could be a pandemic game changer globally
Cordelia’s Portion: Of Family and Politics
Core memory weavers and Navajo women made the Apollo missions possible
Corgi puppy plays with wolf puppy
Corn ethanol no better—and probably worse—than burning gasoline, study says
Cornify your site!
Cornish farm launches project to triple UK’s temperate rainforest
“Corolla killer:” BYD launches $US15,000 EV in direct attack on legacy makers
The coronavirus crisis has revealed what Americans need most: Universal basic services
Coronavirus has forced many to rely on Centrelink — just like those who have been called 'bludgers' in the past
Coronavirus has sparked racist attacks on Asians in Australia — including me
The Coronavirus Is a Preview of Our Climate-Change Future
Coronavirus Misinformation Spreads Like a Virus
Coronavirus response proves the world can act on climate change
Coronavirus scare: When will 'hamsterkauf' become an English word?
Coronavirus shows we are not at all prepared for the security threat of climate change
The Coronavirus Still Doesn’t Care About Your Feelings
Coronavirus: Australian newspaper prints extra pages to help out in toilet paper shortage
Coronavirus: Why You Must Act Now
Corporate America’s Favorite Legal Trick Is Backfiring
Corporate courts vs the environment
Corporate profits heat up inflation: OECD
(Corporate) Information Wants To Be Free
Corporations are Human Creations. We Can't Let Them Threaten Our Survival
'Corporations Are People' Is Built on an Incredible 19th-Century Lie
Corporations prepare to sue over action to save lives as pandemic reveals trade flaws
The Corpus Clock and Chronophage
The Corrosion of World Order in the Age of Donald Trump
‘Corrosive impact’: calls to ban political donations from Australia’s big four consultancies after PwC scandal
Corruption in South Africa: former CEO’s explosive book exposes how state power utility was destroyed
Corsi Rosenthal Box | Clean Air Kits
Corvids could save forests from the effects of climate change
Cory Doctorow's new novel
Cory Doctorow: Cambridge Business Lecture on "Life in the Information Economy"
Cory Doctorow: DRM Broke Its Promise
Cory Doctorow: Full Employment
Cory Doctorow: Give Me Slack
Cory Doctorow: Inaction is a Form of Action
Cory Doctorow: IP
Cory Doctorow: Peak Indifference
Cory Doctorow: Red Team Blues — a medium-boiled forensic accountant detective novel, with crypto and gangsters
Cory Doctorow: Skynet Ascendant
Cory Doctorow: Social Quitting
Cory Doctorow: Sole and Despotic Dominion
Cory Doctorow: Teaching Computers Shows Us How,Little We Understand About Ourselves
Cory Doctorow: Terra Nullius
Cory Doctorow: The Swerve
Cory Doctorow: Vertically Challenged
Cory Doctorow: Wealth Inequality Is Even Worse,in Reputation Economies
Cory Doctorow: Zuck’s Empire of Oily Rags
Cory Wong "Bluebird" (feat. Chris Thile) // Official Animated Music Video
Cory Wong // "Power Station"
Cory Wong's new Great British Bass Off comedy skit is a must-watch for bass players
Cosmic Greatness: 21 of the Best Award-Winning Sci-Fi Books
Cosmic Subatomic Particles Might Finally Give Us a Way to Navigate Underground
Cosmos Éclairs, Scrumptious Desserts Decorated With the Ethereal Beauty of the Galaxy
Cosplay aprons
Cosplay Music Video From PAX East 2015 in Boston, Massachusetts Featuring Creative Costumes and Video Games
The Cossack Hetmanate and the Birth of the Ukrainian Identity
The Cost of Climate Change: Who is Really Protected by Urban Mitigation Efforts?
Cost of fixing regional roads destroyed by Victorian floods will be 'huge'
The cost of living is biting. Here’s how to spend less on meat and dairy
Cost of living: A refugee family runs out of food in Hong Kong
The cost-of-living crisis is hitting hard. Here are 3 ways to soften the blow
Costa Rica unveils plan to achieve zero emissions by 2050 in climate change fight
Costly invite? Scientists hit with massive bills after speaking at COVID-19 ‘webinars’
The costly lesson from COVID: why elimination should be the default global strategy for future pandemics
The costs of distraction
Costume and lighting changes
costume swap
Costumes Are Not Consent: Combatting Cosplayer Harassment
Cotton on: one of Australia’s most lucrative farming industries is in the firing line as climate change worsens
Cougars could save lives by lowering vehicle collisions with deer
Could 2014 Be Year One of the Pay Ratio Era?
Could a subway station filled entirely with cat photos improve your commute?
Could a universal basic income work in Australia?
Could an afternoon nap help us cope with hotter temperatures? It’s worked for Australia’s First Nations people
Could collaborative living provide an answer to the housing crisis and climate change? Some people think so
Could desert crops become the new sustainable dinner?
Could dinosaurs be the reason humans can’t live for 200 years?
Could gut fungi be linked to severe COVID? What to make of new research findings
Could Low-Carbon Trains Cure Europe’s Flying Addiction?
Could microclots help explain the mystery of long Covid?
Could purpose-led firms lift the UK’s flagging economy?
Could Russia collapse?
Could Sri Lanka’s ship fire have been avoided? Here’s what we can learn from the shocking environmental disaster
Could the Depp v. Heard case make other abuse survivors too scared to speak up?
Could the law of the sea be used to protect small island states from climate change?
Could the Senate inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and children prevent future deaths?
Could The Whole World Be Powered by Rooftop Solar?
Could THIS Be The Solution For Affordable Housing In Expensive Cities?
Could this beautiful game signal the end of our dystopia fetish?
Could This Mobile, Solar-Powered Livestock Barn Reshape the Corn Belt?
Could this self-driving EV charging robot be a game changer?
Could we learn to love slugs and snails in our gardens?
Could Wild Horses Help Fight Wildfires?
Could wildflowers and bug hotels help avert an insect apocalypse? We just don’t know – yet
Could You Survive the Black Death, the Sack of Rome and Other Historical Catastrophes?
Could ‘algorithmic destruction’ solve AI’s copyright issues?
Could ‘marine cloud brightening’ reduce coral bleaching on the Great Barrier Reef?
Council adopts new rules to cut deforestation worldwide
Council On Foreign Relations Burns EARN IT To The Ground In Powerful Post Criticizing Its Anti-Encryption Aims
Councils are opening the door to tiny houses as a quick, affordable and green solution
Councils from Paris to the Yarra want to use parking fees to clamp down on big SUVs. What are they doing and will they succeed?
Count Your Sheep
Counter Clockwise
Countering climate denialism requires taking on right-wing populism. Here’s how
The Counteroffensive: Crimean Tatars are observing this Ramadan in exile
Countervailing power
CounterVortex: Resisting Humanity's Downward Spiral
Counting Bugs to Save Birds
Counting the economic cost of anti-LGBTQ laws
Countless reports show water is undrinkable in many Indigenous communities. Why has nothing changed?
Countries from Siberia to Australia are burning: the age of fire is the bleakest warning yet
Countries meet in Kenya to thrash out global plastic pollution treaty
Countries pledge to raise $12 billion to fund coral reef protection
Countries that are more compassionate towards refugees have lower levels of violence – new research
Countries That Close Gender Gaps See Substantial Growth Returns
Countries unite to remove mercury from hazardous skin lightening products
County Down woman ‘ecstatic’ to be crowned top in UK Comic Con with Totoro costume
Coup in Gabon: Ali Bongo the eighth west African leader to be ousted by military in two years
The Coup We Are Not Talking About
Couple Mistakenly Buys Tickets for Bagpipe Band ‘Red Hot Chilli Pipers’ Not Red Hot Chili Peppers
Couple Plants 2 Million Trees in 20 Years to Turn Destroyed Forest Back Into a Wildlife Haven
Couple Spends 20 Years Planting an Entire Forest and Animals Have Returned
Couple Spends 26 Years Replanting A Rainforest They Bought In 1991, And Here’s How It Looks Today
The Couple Who Saved China's Ancient Architectural Treasures Before They Were Lost Forever
‘Couples’ to include siblings and friends under expansion of Australia’s first home guarantee
Court dismisses challenge to Biden’s restoration of Utah monuments shrunk by Trump
Court Finally Dismisses Bananas Copyright Lawsuit Over Bananas Taped To Walls
Court Rules Bulgaria Must Recognize Same-Sex Relationships
Court Rulings Give States New Power to Protect Groundwater
Court Strikes Down Hundreds of Trump-Era Oil and Gas Leases As Violating Sage-Grouse Protections
Court Throws Out Terrorism Conviction in Canada, Citing Police Entrapment
Court To Film Director: You Must First Create An Infringing Work Before We Can Discuss Whether Or Not It's Actually Infringing
Court Won't Rehear Blurred Lines Case, Bad News For Music Creativity
Courtney Woolsey
The Court’s Third Great Crisis
Cousteau grandson builds Tintin-inspired shark sub
Covered in AWESOME Sauce
Covid backlash hobbles public health and future pandemic response
COVID barely gets a mention these days – here’s why that’s a dangerous situation
COVID changed travel writing. Maybe that’s not a bad thing
COVID complacency as virus becomes third most deadly
COVID complications push Australian deaths to highest numbers in 40 years
Covid crisis offers a chance to act on climate, report says
Covid Data Log
COVID deaths are now barely mentioned in the media. That changes the very nature of grief
Covid deaths are on the rise again, so what happens? Mask-wearing in hospitals is scrapped
Covid disrupts Melbourne comedy festival as calls grow for arts support
COVID exploits our year of living dangerously
Covid has left thousands of US children orphans. Few states are addressing the crisis
COVID has reached Antarctica. Scientists are extremely concerned for its wildlife
Covid hasn’t gone away so where’s the plan?
COVID hasn’t taught the world how to beat the next deadly virus
COVID infection of three lions and a puma in private South African zoo points to need for wider surveillance
COVID is a ‘smart virus’ that can affect DNA – but that doesn’t mean you can pass it on to your kids
Covid is evolving – but the UK is not doing enough to evolve with it
‘Covid is not going to go away’: Australia will require public health measures for foreseeable future, say experts
COVID is surging in Australia – and only 1 in 5 older adults are up to date with their boosters
COVID is surging in unvaccinated Taiwan. Australia should take heed
COVID Is ‘Still a Pandemic,’ WHO Leader Says
COVID Isn’t Going Anywhere. Masking Up Could Save My Life.
COVID levels are so high, they’re hovering near 2020’s initial peak, as the WHO urges those at high risk to take any booster they can get their hands on
COVID levels are up to 19 times higher than reported, WHO says as it warns of the potential dangers of repeat reinfection: ‘We don’t know everything about this virus’
Covid linked to 33-fold increase in risk of potentially fatal blood clot
Covid linked to deadly diseases, Parkinsons, Alzheimers, bowel disease
COVID mask mandates might be largely gone but here are 5 reasons to keep wearing yours
The Covid mask rules of Victoria’s major hospitals revealed, as state battles worsening wave
COVID nasal sprays may one day prevent and treat infection. Here’s where the science is up to
Covid numbers increase across Australia in alarming sign before winter
COVID orphans face grief and poverty as world moves on
COVID pandemic 2nd anniversary: 3 things we got wrong, and 3 things to watch out for
Covid pandemic was preventable, says WHO-commissioned report
COVID proved the therapeutic potential of RNA technology – making it more available is the next goal
Covid Rainbow | dayinyourlifeproject
COVID remains a global emergency, the World Health Organization says, but we’re at a transition point. What does this mean?
Covid Safe Furs
COVID Safety For Schools
Covid study finds millions have long-term smell or taste problems
Covid Taught Us a Lot. The CDC Now Wants Us to Forget It.
COVID vaccines offer the pharma industry a once-in-a-generation opportunity to reset its reputation. But it’s after decades of big profits and scandals
Covid vaccines saved 20 million lives in first year: study
COVID vaccines saved at least 1.4 million lives in Europe, WHO says
Covid was vanishing last Memorial Day. Cases are five times higher now.
COVID wave: what’s the latest on antiviral drugs, and who is eligible in Australia?
COVID ‘variant soup’ is making winter surges hard to predict
COVID-19 - Current Situation
Covid-19 case numbers exploding across Australia as fourth wave takes off
COVID-19 cases in Australia were up 35 per cent in March
COVID-19 cases in the NT a worry for Indigenous health group
COVID-19 Fueled Record-Breaking Investments in Global Health
COVID-19 infections in Australia hit worldwide highs — and experts predict another Omicron variant spike is coming
COVID-19 is over? Says WHO?
COVID-19 linked to long-lasting cognitive deficits, study finds
COVID-19 Reinfections Are Further Disabling People With Long COVID
COVID-19 reinfections on the rise across Australia as experts warn Omicron 'has tricks up its sleeve'
COVID-19 Vaccine Prospects, Timeline / Human Rights Amidst Coronavirus / ‘Earth Baby’ By Singer, Songwriter Robin Bacior
Covid-19 vaccines saved an estimated 20m lives during their first year
Covid-19 “long haulers” are organizing online to study themselves
Covid-19's full death toll is nearly three times higher than reported, WHO data suggests
Covid-19: Australia’s future policies will be evidence led after “profound impact” of latest wave, says minister
COVID-19: how rising inequalities unfolded and why we cannot afford to ignore it
COVID-19: Sign the call for global ceasefire!
The COVID-safe strategies Australian scientists are using to protect themselves from the virus
Covid: It's That Bad
COVID: what we know about new omicron variant BF.7
COVID: WHO recommends two new treatments – here’s how they work
Covid’s toll in the U.S. reaches a once unfathomable number: 1 million deaths
Cows Are Extremely Curious Creatures
Cows Help Rescue Dog
Coyotes are here to stay in North American cities – here’s how to appreciate them from a distance
CP/M: An Unsung Architect of Micro-Computing
cpr compressions
CPU Wars - the card game
“Crabs In A Bucket” As An Analogy For Modern Human Society
Cracker Brand “Triscuit” Rewarded Man For Explaining The Real Meaning Of Its Name
The Crackpot Index
Crafting with Cat Hair: Cute Handicrafts to Make with Your Cat
Crafty Geometry
Crafty New Caledonian Crows Can Assemble Tools
Craig Kelly’s move to Palmer’s United Australia Party shows the need for urgent electoral law reform
Cranberry Growers Are Bringing Wetlands Back from the Dead
Cranberry juice can prevent recurrent UTIs, but only for some people
Crash Override: "Our mission is to return control to the victim"
Cratering motor fuel sales in Norway show the death spiral that can end oil
Crayon Dragon
Crayon Rockets
Crazy computer controlled fountain draws pictures with water
Crazy Illusion Somehow Transforms Rectangles Into Circles in the Mirror
Crazy Wingsuit Flight -- Man Lands on Water Without Parachute?
The Cream of the Crop
Create a nationwide COVID billboard campaign
Create modular cat houses with these carboard building blocks
Creating a Prosthetic Hand That Can Feel
Creating artificial skin | Anna Maria Coclite | TEDxVienna
Creating ‘sponge cities’ to cope with more rainfall needn’t cost billions – but NZ has to start now
The Creative Apocalypse That Wasn't
Creative bureaucracy is possible. Here are 3 things cities do to foster innovative local government
Fwd: Creative Bus Ads
Creative Commons Is Resurrecting Palmyra
Creative Commons' New Strategy for a Collaborative Organizational Structure
The Creative Fund Launches to Back Every Single Project on Kickstarter
Creative Home Engineering
The Creator of Dogecoin Says He Now Believes That All Cryptocurrency Is Horrible
Creator's Rube Goldberg Machines in YouTube Space Tokyo
Creature comforts
The Credit Card Prank II
Cricket Enrichment for Black-Footed Cat Kittens
Crime Against Nature
The criminal legal system does not deliver justice for First Nations people, says a new book
Criminalising and prosecuting torture could deter practices such as solitary confinement in detention
Crimson room
Crippling civilian infrastructure has long been part of Russian generals’ playbook – Putin is merely expanding that approach
Crisis in the Navajo Nation: Voter suppression, racism and a deadly pandemic
'The crisis is already here': young strikers facing climate apartheid
The crisis of a career in culture: why sustaining a livelihood in the arts is so hard
The Crisis of Retail
Crisis on the Colorado: The Indigenous fight for water rights
The Crisis Report — 10
Critically Endangered Parrot Bounces Back in Huge Conservation Victory
Critically endangered scalloped hammerheads gather in seas off Perth. They need protection
Critically endangered western lowland gorillas born in London and Prague
Critically-Endangered West African Lion Going from Strength to Strength in Niokolo Koba, Senegal
Critics of ‘degrowth’ economics say it’s unworkable – but from an ecologist’s perspective, it’s inevitable
Critics of ‘woke capitalism’ want to return to a time when money was the only value. But it never existed
Fwd: Critters getting along!
Crochet enthusiasts asked ChatGPT for patterns. The results are ‘cursed’
Crochet Playgrounds by Toshiko Horiuchi MacAdam
Crocheted Leaves
Crocs love feral pigs and quolls have a taste for rabbit – but it doesn’t solve the invasive species problem
Cross-border rail in 2023
Crossing Bridges
Crossing Lines — A Change in the Leading Cause of Death among U.S. Children
Crossing the Red Line: Behind China’s Takeover of Hong Kong
Crossing the road in the world of autonomous cars
Crowdfunded TV series: Con Man
​Crowdfunding disaster relief offers hope in desperate times. But who gets left behind?
Crowdfunding for science
Crown successfully overturns Nuremberg war crimes principles in Australian court
Crows Are Even Smarter Than We Thought Possible
Crows caught on camera fashioning special hook tools
Crucial Computer Program for Particle Physics at Risk of Obsolescence
‘Crucial’ Cop15 deal includes target to protect 30% of nature on Earth by 2030
Cruel 2 B Kind
Cruel and Unusual Punishment: The Shame of Three Strikes Laws
Cruel summer ahead – why is Australia so unprepared?
Cruel, costly and ineffective: Australia’s offshore processing asylum seeker policy turns 9
Cruelty, pettiness and real estate: in "Confidence Man", Maggie Haberman wields eye popping anecdotes to plumb the Trump phenomenon
Cruise photos: Juneau, including Humpback whales
Cruise ships are back and carrying COVID. No, it’s not 2020. But here’s what needs to happen next
Cruise ships are coming back to NZ waters – should we really be welcoming them?
Cruise ships shouldn’t be able to flush sick passengers into the community
Cruze the miracle mile
Crypto + Copyright = 🤡💩
Crypto collapse? Get in loser, we’re pivoting to AI
Crypto Is Not Here to Stay
Crypto scams will increase over the holidays – here’s what you need to know to not fall victim
Crypto: My Part In Its Downfall
Cryptocurrencies are great for gambling – but lousy at liberating our money from big central banks
Cryptocurrencies aren’t a technology question
The Cryptocurrency Crash Is Replaying 2008 as Absurdly as Possible
Cryptocurrency Is a Giant Ponzi Scheme
Cryptocurrency is an abject disaster
Cryptocurrency price collapse offers hope for slowing climate change – here’s how
Cryptography and elections
Crystal Cave of Giants in Mexico
Crystallised apartment
CSIRO & UT Dallas make Carbon Nanotube Yarn
CSIRO defends GenCost – and science – as Coalition and Murdoch go nuclear against key institutions
CSIRO has become ‘extravagant consulting company’, one of its former top climate scientists says
CSIRO says Australia can – and must – build its own silicon and solar cell supply chain
CSIRO/AEMO study says wind, solar and storage clearly cheaper than coal
Cthulhu Company Kickstarted Itself to Death, Then This Happened
Cuba boosts marine protected coverage with new area spanning reefs to mangroves
Cuba’s Heroic COVID Response Medical Teams Deserve Nobel Peace Prize
The Cubli: a cube that can jump up, balance, and 'walk'
Cuchilla del San Juan Expansion Protects Endemic Species and Benefits Thousands of Local People in Colombia
Cuddle 500 Kitties At This Heavenly Cat Sanctuary In Hawaii
Cue-Air: Teddy pilot flies over Hokkaido
The Cult of AI
Cult that defines Trump's power is just a few scratches away from the surface in Australia
Cultivate an alien garden on this sunless world
Cultivating Biodiversity at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
Cultural burning is safer for koalas and better for people too
‘Cultural catastrophe’: Ukrainians fear for art and monuments amid onslaught
Cultural cringe: the media sure love a ‘junket’
Cultural Evolution in the Anthropocene
Cultural Footprint
Cultural industries have been captured by billionaires – a new book considers what we can do about it
‘Cultural jail’: Brexit could bring booming industry to its knees
‘Cultural misogyny’ and why men’s aggression to women is so often expressed through sex
Culturalism, Gladwell, and Airplane Crashes
Culture & Empire, Digital Revolution
Culture Enriches Everything: Fair Use and The Office Time Machine
Culture is not about aesthetics. Punk rock is now enforced by law.
The ‘Culture Of Free Speech’ Includes Criticism Of Others’ Speech; Get Over It
Culture of Repair Connects Educators and Students Worldwide
The Culture War
Culture war in the stacks: Librarians marshal against rising book bans
Cultures and Ethics of Sharing (essays)
Cunning Fox
Cupcake Ipsum - Sugar-coated Lorem Ipsum Generator
Cupcake Ninja
Curbing Online Abuse Isn’t Impossible. Here’s Where We Start
Curiosity Show gets a second chance at life, goes viral on YouTube
The Curious Career of Living as a Real-Life Garden Gnome
The curious case of the disappearing Polish S
The Curious Incuriosity of US Immigration Coverage
The curious joy of being wrong – intellectual humility means being open to new information and willing to change your mind
The curious power of hate propaganda in open societies
The Curious World of Tchibo
Current coal phaseout pledges ‘absolutely not enough’, warn experts
Current Favourite Halloween Costume
Custom Hand-Painted Tijuana Black Velvet Paintings
Custom Muppet Whatnots
Custom My Little Ponies
The custom pinball machines of Chicago’s Pinball Expo 2013
Customer Service Wolf: Apex Retail Predator
Cut less, leave longer: decades of data show we are over-exploiting tropical rainforests
cut out toys
Fwd: cut out toys
Cute and Geeky Kinetic Art
Cute and practical
Cute animal videos
Cute animals
Cute Baby Goats Compilation
Cute grandpa or authoritarian in waiting: who is Prabowo Subianto, the favourite to win Indonesia’s presidential election?
Cute Japanese Orange Peel Art
Cute otters intimately filmed by spy camera | Spy in the Wild - BBC
Cute overload - adorable otters
Cute point-and-click puzzle games
Cute stories in the Age today
[OzFurry] Cute Things Exploding
Cute Things Exploding
cute video
CUTE: Loyal puppy camps out in operating room during surgery on cheetah companion
Cutest Big Cat Sound
Cutest Exercise Routine Evah!
Cutest Photos of the Year
The cutest snuggles in the history of snuggles
The Cutest Story Of A Kitten Plotting Revenge With An Unwanted Robot
Cuts to humanities departments are cuts to our ability to reason
Cutting animal-based foods in US diet by half could prevent 1.6 billion tons of GHG emissions by 2030
Cutting COVID isolation and mask mandates will mean more damage to business and health in the long run
Cutting pollution won't cause global warming spike, study finds
Cutting ‘green tape’ may be good politicking, but it’s bad policy. Here are 5 examples of regulation failure
Cutting-edge tech made this tiny country a major exporter of food
Cyber attacks against Ukraine shift to NATO countries
Cyberpunk adventure game Stray will be adapted as an animated movie
Cyberpunk is out and solarpunk is in, according to Figma’s CEO
Cybersecurity as Realpolitik by Dan Geer presented at Black Hat USA 2014
Cybersecurity has never been more important. Here’s how you can keep up.
Cybersecurity Roundup: September 19, 2023
Cyberwarfare leaks show Russian army is adopting mindset of secret police
"Cycles" by Cyriak
Cyclone Freddy was the most energetic storm on record. Is it a harbinger of things to come?
Cyclone Gabrielle broke vital communication links when people needed them most – what happened and how do we fix it?
Cyclone Gabrielle hit NZ’s main fruit-growing region hard – now orchardists face critical climate choices
Cyclone Gabrielle worst storm to hit New Zealand this century, says PM
Cyclone Gabrielle: how microgrids could help keep the power on during extreme weather events
Cyclone Ilsa: how disasters, the housing crisis and underinsurance can conspire to worsen inequality
Cyclone Jasper: how did it cause so much rain and could global heating be to blame?
The Cystic-Fibrosis Breakthrough That Changed Everything
Czech Roll'd


Dabous Giraffes
Dad appalled Uber Eats driver working while sick with Covid
Dad Of 4 Girls Tweets Conversations With His Daughters, And It’s Impossible Not To Laugh At Them (Part 2)
Daffy Duck (1992 Hi-Tec)
Daft Hands
Daft Lego - Harder Better Faster Stronger
Daft Punk - Doin' It Right - Conte Remix
Daily aspirin doesn’t prevent strokes in older, healthy people after all
The Daily Respite
Daily Show Invites South African Comedian To Give His First Impression Of America – It’s Not Pretty (VIDEO)
DailyDirt: Flying Cars Are Here!
DailyDirt: Who Needs A Mouse And Keyboard Anymore?
Daintree: World Heritage rainforest handed back to Aboriginal owners
Dalai Lama Preps Debut Album of Teachings and Mantras Set to Music
Dalai Lama: Behind Our Anxiety, the Fear of Being Unneeded
The Dalai Lama: Why I’m hopeful about the world’s future
Dalek Dress
Dam collapse a global problem as waters may poison Black Sea, Zelenskiy says
Dam fine work: record number of barrier removals helps restore rivers across Europe
Dam partly collapses in Norway as Storm Hans continues to cause chaos
Dam Removal Europe
Dam Removal on the Klamath: Reflections on How We Got here
Fwd: DAMN those terrorist to hell
Damning silicosis report calls for world-first ban on deadly engineered stone — will governments listen?
Damsel in Distress: Part 1 - Tropes vs Women in Video Games
Damsel in Distress: Part 3 - Tropes vs Women in Video Games
Damsel, Arise: A Westboro Scion Leaves Her Church
Dan Wang: 2022 letter
Dan Wang: 2023 letter
Dana "Rain" Simpson wins Comic Strip Superstar
Dana Simpson explains negative space
Dance 'Til You Stop (feat. Tom Cardy) - NSP
Dance Dance Imolation
Dance Dance Revolution: 1812 Overture Edition
Dance Gooshers
Dance Off with the Star Wars Stars!
Dance Party Succeed
Dance Rebooted Ausdance
Dance Your PhD
dance-tech SNS
‘Dancing ghosts’: a new, deeper scan of the sky throws up surprises for astronomers
Dancing hexapod robots
dancing huh?
Dancing in the Past
Dancing in the Past Part 2
Dancing in the Street // Silent Music Video
Dancing, feasts and faith mark life on a vanishing island – Tuvalu photo essay
Dandelion Light
The danger of advanced artificial intelligence controlling its own feedback
The Danger Of Ron & Hermione's Relationship
Dangerous Aliens and Stephen Hawking
Dangerous climate tipping points will affect Australia. The risks are real and cannot be ignored
Dangerous selfies aren’t just foolish. We need to treat them like the public health hazard they really are
Dangerously Low on Water, Cape Town Now Faces ‘Day Zero’
The Dangers of Certainty: A Lesson From Auschwitz
Daniel has Long COVID. It has cost him more than $100,000
Daniel Radcliffe to star in Weird Al Yankovic biopic
Daniel Tommerup died 30 years too early when ‘all the hope in his eyes was gone’
Danish anti-piracy lawyers stole millions from their clients, sentenced to years in prison
The Danish City Reimagining Reuse
Danish Rabbit Hopping Championships
Danish Road Safety Council / Helmet has always been a good idea
Danish supermarket gives expired food another shelf life
Danish traveller Thor Pedersen completes 10-year round-the-world journey without flying
Danny DeVito Had the Best Response for a Fan Who Took a Cardboard Cutout of Him to Prom
Danny MacAskill's Imaginate
Danske Bank Quits New Fossil Fuel Financing
Dapper Doge
Darci Lynne: 12-Year-Old Singing Ventriloquist Gets Golden Buzzer - America's Got Talent 2017
Darci Lynne: Kid Ventriloquist Sings With A Little Help From Her Friends - America's Got Talent 2017
Dark corners of Unicode
Dark Emu has sold over 250,000 copies – but its value can’t be measured in money alone
The dark history of how false balance journalism enabled lynching
The Dark Power of Fraternities
The dark psychology of dehumanization, explained
Dark Roasted Blend
The dark side of .io: How the U.K. is making web domain profits from a shady Cold War land deal
The dark side of Guardian comments
The Dark Truth in the Movie ‘Truth’
Darn Scammers!
Darren Hanlon - Butterfly Bones
Darth Baby's Lightsaber
Darth Vera
Darwin’s ‘sustainable’ Middle Arm project reveals Australia’s huge climate policy gamble
Dashcam repo
Data breach disclosure 101: How to succeed after you've failed
Data Centers Are Facing a Climate Crisis
Data centres could soon be heating your local swimming pool
Data ethics is more than just what we do with data, it’s also about who’s doing it
Data From Over 350,000 People Have Really Bad News About 'Moderate' Drinking
Data furnaces arrive in Europe: Free heating, if you have fibre Internet
Data poisoning: how artists are sabotaging AI to take revenge on image generators
Data retention will hurt YOU, not criminals. Here’s how
Data retention — what it is and why it’s bad
Data transfer via Giant African Snail
Data visualizations in text
DataViz of Australian COVID-19 Vaccinations and other related statistics
The daunting task facing new Malaysian prime minister Anwar Ibrahim: uniting a divided country
Dave Chappelle has built a reputation for ‘punching down’ on trans people – and now he’s targeting disabled people
Dave's Marble Machine
David and Greta in Conversation: The Planetary Crisis | Wildscreen Festival 2020
David Attenborough backs huge Apollo-style clean energy research plan
David Attenborough calls on ordinary people to help save Africa's elephants
David Attenborough says civilisation will collapse if humanity doesn't take action on global warming at climate change talks
David Attenborough says nature is in crisis but ‘we have the solutions’
David Attenborough sends handwritten letter to four-year-old Laila
David Attenborough to publish 'witness statement' on climate crisis
David Attenborough, the voice of Our Planet: “Things are going to get worse”
David Bowie and the birth of environmentalism: 50 years on, how Ziggy Stardust and the first UN climate summit changed our vision of the future
David Bowie’s BLACKSTAR LP Transforms When Exposed to Light
David Brin on animal intelligence
David Brin's Favorite Science Fiction Films
David Graeber, anthropologist and author of Bullshit Jobs, dies aged 59
David Graeber: “Spotlight on the financial sector did make apparent just how bizarrely skewed our economy is in terms of who gets rewarded”
David Hasselhof
David Hasselhoff - True Survivor
David Kahn, historian who cracked the code of cryptology, dies at 93
David Koch Escaped the Climate Hell He Helped Create
David MacKay
David McBride is facing jailtime for helping reveal alleged war crimes. Will it end whistleblowing in Australia?
David Mitchell on Passion
David Olusoga: 'TV industry left me crushed'
David O’Doherty: the 10 funniest things I have ever seen (on the internet)
David Pocock condemns Australia’s fossil fuel projects as an ‘existential threat’ to Pacific neighbours
David Revoy (Comic Artist): “At First, Publishing Under a Free License Scared Me”
David Shrigley wants your balls: ‘Just one of many stupid artworks I have made over the years’
David Simon: 'There are now two Americas. My country is a horror show'
David Zinn’s Quirky Chalk and Charcoal Characters on the Streets of Ann Arbor
Davos 2021: to achieve a ‘great reset’, we can’t count on the same old globalists to lead the way
The Davos oligarchs are right to fear the world they’ve made
Dawit Dersolign creates art pieces with discarded materials in creative war on waste
The Dawn Chapel - Let's make friends and have ourselves an adventure
The dawn of AI has come, and its implications for education couldn’t be more significant
Day Care for Less Than $10: How Canada Is Easing the Burden for Parents
The Day I Met Attenborough
The Day My Grandfather Groucho and I Saved ‘You Bet Your Life’
The Day My Grandmother Exploded
The day the Pintupi Nine entered the modern world
Daycare apps are insecure surveillance dumpster-fires
Daylesford is the future home of the Big Rainbow — a 'joyous' symbol of LGBTIQA+ inclusion
Daði & Gagnamagnið: Think About Aliens - Official Gameplay Trailer
Daði Freyr (Daði & Gagnamagnið) – 10 Years (Official Video)
Daði Freyr - Never Gonna Give You Up (Rick Astley cover)
Daði Freyr - Think About Things (Daði og Gagnamagnið)
Daði Freyr – Something Magical (Official Lyric Video)
DB Schenker Finland takes delivery of 68-ton Volvo electric truck
DC and Marvel characters get a Pixar makeover
DCC-EX: open-source model railroading
De Fiets is Niets
De Jeugd Van Tegenwoordig - Manon
De-influencers Ring the Alarm on the Environmental Impacts of Overconsumption
DEA Accessing Millions Of Travelers' Records To Find Cash To Seize
Dead dogs, leaking oil drums, batteries: Antarctica’s abandoned waste gets funding boost to kickstart the clean up
Dead End Thrills
Dead EV batteries turn to gold with US incentives
Dead Fandoms
Dead saplings reveal climate risks to forests
Dead spider claws and 'anal-print' toilets: 2023's Ig Nobels
Deadliest six months on Australian roads since 2010 leaves industry demanding answers
Deadly Fungi Are the Newest Emerging Microbe Threat All Over the World
Deadly heatwaves threaten to reverse India’s progress on poverty and inequality – new research
Deadly new UK strep A variant leading to disease surge in Australia
‘Dead’ Electric Car Batteries Find a Second Life Powering Cities
The Deal That’s Saving San Francisco’s Restaurants
Deal to curb harmful fishing devices a ‘huge win’ for yellowfin tuna stocks
Dealing With Disrespect
Dear America, I Saw You Naked
Dear America, we can teach you about cruelty to refugees. Love, Australia
Dear Electric Vehicle Owners: You Don’t Need That Giant Battery
Dear parents, you are being lied to.
Dear White Moms
Dear world, refugees are not to be feared
Dearborn Muslims Protested ISIS, and You Can Probably Guess What Happened Next
Death and MetaFilter
Death by Civilization
The death of Internet Explorer: Good riddance to bad rubbish
Death of the car: The tech behind Helsinki's ambitious plan to kill off private vehicles
Death of the cheque by 2030 as Australia embraces digital payment reforms
Death to the chicken finger
Death Toll in Oregon Heat Wave Climbs to 116 as Officials Call It a 'Mass Casualty Event'
Death toll mounts in Italy’s worst flooding for 100 years
Death Valley approaches global heat record as US reels from extreme weather
Deaths From Fungal Infections Have Doubled Worldwide in Just a Decade
Debate Continues Over What To Do About The Fact That Starlink, Other Low-Earth-Orbit Satellite Systems Are Causing Irreversible, Research-Harming Light Pollution
Debate on a World Parliament: “We cannot wait for another disaster”
Debra White Plume, Defender of Her Tribe, Is Dead at 66
Debt - Updated and Expanded: The First 5,000 Years
The Debt We Owe Central America
Debtors' Prisons: Life Inside America’s For-Profit Justice System
Debunking junk: 10 years of rethinking rubbish
Debunking migration myths: the real reasons people move, and why most migration happens in the global south
Debunking Mr Bean’s electric tropes: EVs are far better for the planet than ICE vehicles
Debunking The Biggest MYTHS About EVs
The Decade in Cheer
The decade-long quest to stop “Spamford” Wallace
Decades of less rainfall have cut replenishing of groundwater to 800-year low in WA
‘Decades of neglect’: calls for social housing quota on new Victorian developments as homelessness rises
Decades-Old Computer Science Conjecture Solved in Two Pages
‘Decarbonisation is too expensive’ – how to sell climate change action to bean counters
Decarbonization: Stocks and flows, abundance and scarcity, net zero
Decarbonizing the Energy Sector by 2050 Could Save the World $12 Trillion
Decent living for all does not have to cost the Earth
Decentralization Matters: But Why?
The Decentralized Web Could Help Preserve The Internet's Data For 1,000 Years. Here's Why We Need IPFS To Build It.
Decision time: did habitual liar Boris Johnson tell some lies? It’s going to be tense
"Declaration" music video
Decline in insect populations
Decline of more than 500 species of marine life on Australian reefs ‘the tip of the iceberg’, study finds
The Decolonial Atlas
Decolonization and Imperial Collapse
The Decomposition of Rotten Tomatoes
Deconstructing Astronomy’s Holy Grail
Deconstructing the cult of Winston Churchill: racism, deification and nostalgia for empire
Decrepit fish camps built on broken promises
Dee Snider on PMRC Hearing: ‘I Was a Public Enemy’
Deep Dive into First Unitarian Church v. NSA: Why Freedom of Association Matters
Deep in Florida, an ‘ecological disaster’ has been reversed—and wildlife is thriving
Deep Intellect
Deep Learning is Revolutionary
The Deep Roots of an Italian Song That Sounds Like English—But Is Just Nonsense
The Deep Sea
Deep seabed mining plans pit renewable energy demand against ocean life in a largely unexplored frontier
Deep Time Underground
Deep-Diving Robot Discovers Mysterious and Adorable Octopus Species
Deep-sea mining may wipe out species we have only just discovered
Deep-sea ‘gold rush’: secretive plans to carve up the seabed decried
Deep-seated inequality is fuelling an escalation of violence across Latin America
Deep...Very Deep
Deepfakes will attack our most precious memories. Are we ready?
Deeply Scary Rabbit
Def Leppard Claims Music Piracy Is Bringing Younger Audiences To Its Concerts
Defence was warned about forever chemicals. They kept it quiet for three decades
Defend yourself against the coming robot rebellion
Defending abuse does not defend free software
Defending Darwin
Defending the Humboldt Archipelago
Defi and Shadow Banking 2.0
Define ‘Woman’
Defining and responding to everyday racism
Defining the ’90s Music Canon
The Definition of a Kilogram Just Changed Worldwide
Definitive data on what poor people buy when they’re just given cash
Deforestation in Brazil's Amazon falls 68% in April, first major drop under Lula
Deforestation jeopardises agribusiness and food security in Brazil and worldwide
DefunctTV: The Final Jim Henson Hour
DefunctTV: The History of Fraggle Rock
DefunctTV: The History of Muppet Babies
DefunctTV: The History of the Muppet Show
Delaware Passes Law Granting Residents The Right To Pass On Digital Goods To Their Heirs
Delay and deflect: How women gig workers respond to sexual harassment
Delayed environment laws spark calls for urgent government action on water and fracking
Deleting The Digital Divide One Computer at a Time
The Delicate Art of Greening a Museum
Delicate Layered Paper Sculptures of Birds and Other Animals by Calvin Nicholls
Delicate ‘Knit’ Glass Sculptures by Carol Milne
Delight as dolphins spotted in New York’s Bronx River
Delightful Experiment Shows Parrots Love to Video Chat With Their Friends
Delightful Japanese wooden toys
Delightfully Surreal Paintings of Plaid Animals by Sean Landers
The Delisting of the Florida Golden Aster
Deliveroo’s exit from Australia shows why gig workers need more protection
Demand an End to Mass Surveillance
Demand for rare-earth metals is skyrocketing, so we’re creating a safer, cleaner way to recover them from old phones and laptops
Demarcation Now! Brazil’s Indigenous Movement Secures Land Recognition Victories at Annual Free Land Camp
The demise of the nation state
Democracies are fragile. Australians must act urgently to safeguard ours
Democracies face ‘truth decay’ as AI blurs fact and fiction, warns head of Australia’s military
Democracies that fail to act on climate change face 'existential' threat
Democracy has always been fragile in Southeast Asia. Now, it may be sliding backwards
Democracy in the digital era
Democracy Sausage: Does Australia need a new COVID-19 strategy?
Democracy spreads in waves – but shared cultural history might matter more than geography
Democracy under attack in Brazil: 5 questions about the storming of Congress and the role of the military
Democracy under siege from the rising forces of plutocracy
Democrats Can’t Keep Ignoring Covid in 2024
Democrats erupt with fury after Republican questions ‘loyalty’ of Rep. Chu
Demolition from the bottom up
Demon-haunted computers are back, baby
Dengue: Brazilian single-dose vaccine could help turn tide in the fight against fever
Denial is over. Climate change is happening. But why do we still act like it’s not?
Denmark gets its first wild wolf pack in 200 years
Denmark Trying To Brainwash Schoolchildren With The Tired Old Lie That Copying Is Theft
Dennis Kucinich and “wackiness”
Dense Micro-Forests Are Thriving in France
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Denver Bets on Rental Cars to Boost EV Adoption
Denver donates 35 bison to Native American tribes
Denver experimented with giving people $1,000 a month. It reduced homelessness and increased full-time employment, a study found.
Denver opens first “micro-community” to house homeless people
Department of Interior Celebrates Recovery of Snail Darter
Depeche Mode - Where's the Revolution
Deploying Redflow Zinc Bromine Batteries from Houses up to Grid Scale
Depressing: Ed Sheeran Films Songwriting Sessions Due To All The Copyright Suits
Depression is probably not caused by a chemical imbalance in the brain – new study
Deputies Who Raided Afroman’s House Sue Him For Daring To Turn Footage Of The Raid Into A Viral Video
Des Hommes et des Chatons
Descendants of executed Dakota 38+2 ride to Mankato to honor ancestors
Descendants of Holocaust survivors explain why they are replicating Auschwitz tattoos on their own bodies
The descent of Economic Man by @BloggersRUs
Descriptive norms caused increases in mask wearing during the COVID-19 pandemic
Desert Critters
Desert elephants pass on knowledge—not mutations—to survive
Desert kurrajongs, the compass and water trees of the outback
Desertification is turning the Earth barren – but a solution is still within reach
Fwd: design
Design for internationalization
Design for the First World: The Rest Saving the West
Design lessons from guitar pedals
Design Your Own Cardboard Pinball Machine
Designed in Minecraft, built IRL
The designer bringing Italian furniture to one of Kenya’s oldest slums
Designer layoff stories
Designer Nori: Delicate Laser Cut Seaweed Patterns
Designers & Dragons
Designing a Compassionate Interview for a High Performing Individual
Designing with LibreOffice
Desktop Neo
Despair is Not a Strategy: 15 principles of hope
Despairing about climate change? These 4 charts on the unstoppable growth of solar may change your mind
Despairing about the Climate Crisis? Read This.
Desperate festivals sector pleads for weather insurance, as $22m Covid fund proves redundant
Desperate for Taylor Swift tickets? Here are cybersecurity tips to stay safe from scams
Desperate Gods - Free Online Board Game
Despicable Me 4 - Minion Intelligence (Big Game Spot)
Despite Politicians, the Internet Can Save Us from Ourselves
Despite restrictions elsewhere, NZ still uses a wood preservative linked to arsenic pollution
Despite RIAA's Claim That YouTube-dl Is Infringing, Journalists Use It All The Time
Despite severe drought, Amazon deforestation continues to slow
Despite the myth, deer are not an ecological substitute for moa and should be part of NZ’s predator-free plan
Despite the war, Russia is still part of Europe – for a lasting peace both sides need to remember that
Destruction of nature as dangerous as climate change, scientists warn
Details Leak On Apple's Secret $275 Billion Deal With The Chinese Government
Detained Australian writer fears he may die of kidney condition in China jail
Detained Australian writer Yang Hengjun given suspended death sentence in China
Detect breaches with Canary credit cards!
The Detectives Who Never Forget a Face
Deutsche Bank tightens finance policy on coal, but not on oil and gas
Devastating drought in Amazon result of climate crisis, study shows
Devastatingly low Antarctic sea ice may be the ‘new abnormal’, study warns
Devastation from Kakhovka dam collapse could take decades to heal
The “Developer Experience” Bait-and-Switch
Developer returns to game after four decades, discovers and fixes typo so it works
Developer turns 'future of gaming' talk into a surprise attack on convention's NFT and blockchain sponsors
Developers aren’t paying enough to offset impacts on koalas and other endangered species
Developers Created AI to Generate Police Sketches. Experts Are Horrified
Developers Of Stadia Exclusive Hide Game Inside Other Steam Game To Preserve It
Device transmits radio waves with almost no power – without violating the laws of physics
Devil take the hindmost! Inside the IPA and Leyonhjelm's Libertarians
Devil's Bargain: Why Aerosols Pose a Deadly Climate Change Threat
The Devolution Of Hydrogen For Energy Over 25 Years Is A Fascinating Tale
Devon to benefit from The Wildlife Trusts’ Atlantic rainforest recovery programme
DHL Angers Volkswagen, Builds Its Own Electric Delivery Van
DHS Documents Show Harassment And Intrusive Device Searches Are A Common Occurrence At US Borders
Diagnosing Earth: the science behind the IPCC’s upcoming climate report
Diana Beltran Herrera’s Flock of Paper Birds
Diary of a woman on the edge of a fringe festival opening
Dice Collector
Dick Van Dyke on ‘Mary Poppins Returns’ and Dancing at 93
Dick Van Dyke stars in Dustbowl Revival’s music video
The Dickensian Conditions of Life in a For-Profit Lockup
Did Ancient Humans Domesticate Foxes?
Did Australia just make a move to the left?
Did the mayor of this dying California city just spark a universal basic income trend?
Did the Morrison government really prevent 40,000 COVID deaths? A health economist checks claims against facts
Did the Romans play Dungeons and Dragons?
Did this $72m ‘wave house’ inspire Sydney Opera House? Harry Gesner’s California creation up for sale
Did you ever wish that Harry Potter was real? Well it kind of is.
Didn't Used To Be a Pizza Hut
DIE YOUNG- Fan Animated
“Died Suddenly” Is Anti-Vaxxers’ New Favorite Phrase
Dietmar Eckell’s Photos of Plane Wrecks With “Happy Ends”
The difference between poverty and poverty tourism? You’ll never live like common people.
Different rules apply
The difficult necessity of claiming climate victories
'Difficult' G-20 talks show battle lines on coal and climate
‘Difficult, dull and boring’: The HSC subject that students are abandoning
Dig this: a tiny echidna moves 8 trailer-loads of soil a year, helping tackle climate change
Digger Unearthed: The Complete 10th Anniversary Collection
Digging Holes
Digging In: Food’s Big, Plastic Problem
Digging up meaning from the rubble of an excavated Atari landfill
DIGIC Services - Cat Reel
The Digital Antiquarian: The Best of Voyager, Part 1
Digital archaeology: How Double Fine, Disney, LucasArts and Sony resurrected Grim Fandango
Digital Art
Digital autonomy and the GNOME desktop
Digital Books wear out faster than Physical Books
The digital creator economy: how big is it, and who’s making how much?
Digital Curator
The ‘digital divide’ is already hurting people’s quality of life. Will AI make it better or worse?
Digital game Wayward Strand a Bass Coast airship adventure in multigenerational empathy
Digital gardens let you cultivate your own little bit of the internet
‘Digital inclusion’ and closing the gap: how First Nations leadership is key to getting remote communities online
Digital inequality: why can I enter your building – but your website shows me the door?
Digital nomads have rejected the office and now want to replace the nation state. But there is a darker side to this quest for global freedom
Digital Public Library of America
Digital Resource Lifespan
Digital rights activist Ola Bini declared innocent by Ecuadorian court
Digital storytelling can be a powerful tool for water researchers
Digital sundials
Digital technologies have made the wonders of ancient manuscripts more accessible than ever, but there are risks and losses too
The ‘digital town square’? What does it mean when billionaires own the online spaces where we gather?
Digital Transformation Drives Development in Africa
The digital truths traditional publishers don't want to hear
Digital Visual Communication for Public Health: Design Proposal for a Vaccinated Emoji
Digitized Cookbooks on the Getty Research Portal for your Holiday Feasting
Dilbert's Ultimate House Weasel Awards
Dilip Mahalanabis, paediatrician, 1934-2022
‘Dingoes were here first’: the landowners who say letting ‘wild dogs’ live pays dividends
Dino and Shark
Dino Run DX
Dinosaur Bones Shimmering With Opal Reveal a New Species in Australia
Dinosaur Comics: Cassandra
Dinosaur Emoji Timeline
Dinosaur Feathers Discovered in Canadian Amber
Dinosaur food and Hiroshima bomb survivors: maidenhair trees are ‘living fossils’ and your new favourite plant
Dinosaur robots
Dinosaur tracksite in Lesotho: how a wrong turn led to an exciting find
Dinosaurs: Okay, I'm heading to LA
Diphtheria is back in Australia, here’s why – and how vaccines can prevent its spread
Diplomacy is essential to a peaceful world, so why did DFAT’s funding go backwards in the budget?
The Dirt On Clothes: Why Washing Less Is More Sustainable
DirtPainting, Incredibly Detailed Drawings Created on the Empty Canvases of Dust Laden Vehicles
Dirty Computer Screen?
Dirty Loops - Automatic (Japan Bonus Track) ORIGINAL PITCH
Dirty Mersey makes 'greatest river recovery in Europe' as dozens of fish and shark species found
The dirty secret about success
The Dirty Truth about Combustion Engine Vehicles | An 'Open Source' Animation
Disability Pension Changes Threaten Australians with Disabilities
The disability royal commission delivers its findings today. We must all listen to end violence, abuse and neglect
The disability royal commission heard horrific stories of harm – now we must move towards repair
The disability royal commission recommendations could fix some of the worst living conditions – but that’s just the start
Disabled dolphin jumping again with world's first artificial fin
Disabled people were Holocaust victims, too: they were excluded from German society and murdered by Nazi programs
Disabled people's exclusion from indoor spaces is a civil rights violation, not an annoyance
The disappearance of a once-famous 1920s child novelist
Disappearing glaciers are threatening rare alpine plants with extinction
Disappearing teaspoons (British Medical Journal)
‘Disappointment and disbelief’ after Morrison government vetoes research into student climate activism
Disastrous floods in WA – why were we not prepared?
The disastrous voyage of Satoshi, the world’s first cryptocurrency cruise ship
Disbelief and anger among Greek shipwreck victims’ relatives as millions spent on Titan rescue effort
The Disconnected
Discotheque Futurissimo!
Discover and be inspired by sustainable solutions and innovations
Discover Classical Art
Discover the best in Classical & Modern Art
Discovering Electronic Music (1969-1983)
Discovering the forest wonders of Africa – and the threats they face
Discovering the ‘honeypot’: the surprising way restricting immigration can turn out to hurt the working poor
The Discovery of Dolphin Language
Discrimination and the Ice Cream Backlash
Discrimination, internment camps, then deportation: the end of the second world war did not mean peace for Japanese-Australians
‘Discriminatory impact on First Nations people’: coroner calls for urgent bail reform in Veronica Nelson inquest
Discussions On The Abolition Of Patents In The UK, France, Germany And The Netherlands, From 1869
Discworld Documentary
Discworld Game
Discworld wedding cake
Disease in the dirt: how mange-causing mites decimated a Tasmanian wombat population
Disease-causing parasites can hitch a ride on plastics and potentially spread through the sea, new research suggests
Diseases gave us the rise of Christianity, the end of the Aztecs and public sanitation. How might future plagues change human history?
Diseases India eradicated: Important healthcare achievement of the country in the last 75 years
Disempowered, shut off and less able to afford healthy choices – how financial hardship is bad for our health
The Disinformation Campaign That Has Effectively Destroyed The Ability To Combat Disinformation
Disinformation Campaigns Are Murky Blends of Truth, Lies and Sincere Beliefs
Disinformation campaigns are undermining democracy. Here’s how we can fight back
The Disinformation Playbook
Dismantling Sellafield: the epic task of shutting down a nuclear site
Dismay as Rishi Sunak vows to ‘max out’ UK fossil fuel reserves
Disney Animator Returns
Disney Deletes Months Old Film From Disney Plus, Ostensibly For More Tax Benefits
Disney films remixed into electronic music
Disney Jaeger Pilots from Pacific Rim Fan Art
Disney Must Pay Alan Dean Foster and other authors
Disney Princesses Are My (Imperfect) Feminist Role Models
Disney unveils next-generation robot and other new 'blue-sky' technologies at SXSW
Disney’s Mulan tells women to know their place
Disney’s writer wage theft, a year on.
Disparities in global empathy: why some refugees are more welcome than others
Disquiet in the archives: archivists make tough calls with far-reaching consequences – they deserve our support
Disrupting cyberwar with open source intelligence
The Disruption Machine
Distance education tutors don’t need any formal qualifications – we should make this role a career
The Distress of the Privileged
Distributed Battery Management Inverters: The New Frontier For Life-Extended, Cost-Reduced Batteries
Distributed work: get it right and your organization will benefit
The Distribution of Users’ Computer Skills: Worse Than You Think
Ditching fossil fuels improves health: Deaths from particulate pollution have dropped 16% since 2005
Dive into Okinawa’s stunning—but endangered—underwater world
Dive into the Incredible Worldbuilding of Studio Ghibli!
Diversifying Your Classroom Book Collections? Avoid these 7 Pitfalls
Diversity and recruiting developers
Diversity take to the stage with POWERFUL Black Lives Matter performance | Semi-Finals | BGT 2020
Diversity, Equity, and Sustainability
Diverting children away from the criminal justice system gives them a chance to ‘grow out’ of crime
Divided and paralysed, can the WTO negotiate a pandemic recovery plan that is fair for all?
Divided Screen Mayhem
Divine Etsy
Diving into the anti-sunscreen movement
DIY biology
DIY Cat sleeping bed
DIY degree? Why universities should make online educational materials free for all
DIY diagnosis: How an extreme athlete uncovered her genetic flaw
DIY dinosaur lights
DIY Inspiration: Rainbow Rose Petal Jewelry!
DIY mineral water
DIY Myazaki ornithopter and Totoro
Diébédo Francis Kéré: how first Black winner of architecture’s top prize is committed to building ‘peaceful cities’
Djab Wurrung Protectors Fund
Django Girls one year later
Djuna, South Korea’s Enigmatic Sci-Fi Legend, Opens Up About Their New Book
DMCA's Notice And Takedown Procedure Is A Total Mess, And It's Mainly Because Of Bogus Automated Takedowns
DMK: Charming Depeche Mode cover band from Columbia
'DNA' in plastic pollution can be used to hold manufacturers responsible for its clean-up
Do Americans Know How Weird and Extreme Their Collapse is Getting?
Do animals feel empathy? Inside the decades-long quest for an answer.
Do beach cabanas actually protect you from the sun?
Do David Attenborough documentaries help the natural world? New research gives cause for hope
Do electric cars have an air pollution problem?
Do hypoallergenic cats even exist? 3 myths dispelled about cat allergies
Do It Yourself Kinetic Art
Do not adjust your sets: with Truss gone, the UK is about to get yet another prime minister
Do not forget them
‘Do Not Resist’: A chilling look at the normalization of warrior cops
‘Do not use our pain to bring death’: plea to Israel from peace activists’ grieving families
Do phrases like ‘global boiling’ help or hinder climate action?
Do single-sex schools create hotbeds for misogynistic behaviour?
"Do the Cosmonauty" and Pirate Horoscopes
Do truth and reconciliation commissions heal divided nations?
Do We Actually Need the G7?
Do we care enough about COVID?
Do we need a new law for AI? Sure – but first we could try enforcing the laws we already have
Do you care about animals? Then you really shouldn't eat octopus
Do you ever feel that some cities are just more alive than others?
Do You Have Examples Of Constructive Responses To Hateful/Abusive/Trollish Speech Online?
Do You Have “Advantage Blindness”?
Do you really need antibiotics? Curbing our use helps fight drug-resistant bacteria
Do you shop for second-hand clothes? You’re likely to be more stylish
Do you speak Elf?
Do you think you have a penicillin allergy? You might be wrong
Do you toss biodegradable plastic in the compost bin? Here’s why it might not break down
Do you trust AI to write the news? It already is – and not without issues
Do Your City’s Parks Need a ‘Colonial Audit’?
Do Your Part, Rights Holders: Open The Vaults!
Doc Savage Movie Trailer
Doctor Horrible's Sing-Along Blog
The Doctor Sings
Doctor Who character breaks record for longest gap between TV appearances
Doctor Who History 1963-2012
Doctor Who joins Pooh on icons list
The Doctor Who theme and beyond: female pioneers of electronic music
Doctor Who: how the Doctor became a man, and why it matters that he’s regenerating into a woman
Doctoral dissertation in graphic novel form
Doctors are being sexually harassed at work. This needs to stop
Doctors Are Soothing Pain with Virtual Reality Worlds
Doctors providing trans care are under increasing threat from far-right harassment campaigns
Doctors Tell All—and It’s Bad
The Document Foundation announces the Document Liberation Project
Documentaries online
Documentary About Freeing Happy Birthday From Copyfraud Comes Out The Day After Happy Birthday Officially Declared Public Domain
Documentary proves girls will play D&D with boys
Documents reveal ‘scramble’ to rubber-stamp NSW bill targeting climate protests
Does Academic Freedom Have a Future?
Does Australia need new laws to combat right-wing extremism?
Does Australia’s harsh asylum seeker policy matter to the average Australian? It depends whether they have to get off the couch
Does Gender Segregation in Online Gaming Matter?
Does Germany Have A Fireworks Problem?
Does Jacinda Ardern’s popularity really qualify as a cult of personality, as some critics claim?
Does No-Resumé, No-Interview Hiring Work? New Data Say Yes
Does private health insurance cut public hospital waiting lists? We found it barely makes a dent
Does public safety trump free speech? History suggests there is a case for banning anti-trans activist Posie Parker from NZ
Does reading fiction make us better people?
‘Does rewilding sort climate change? Yes!’: UK expert says nature can save planet and not harm farming
Does Taking Down Content Lead Ignorant People To Believe It's More Likely To Be True?
Does the microbiome hold the key to chronic fatigue syndrome?
Does the UN aviation body have the power to punish Russia for the MH17 downing? An aviation law expert explains
Does This Water Have Legal Rights?
Does Yang Hengjun have any legal hopes left after receiving a suspended death sentence in China?
does your cat drink like this?
Dog befriends baby giraffe after abandoned in South Africa
Dog Finds A Tiny Kitten, Risks Everything To Save Her
Dog hops on bus to go to pub
Dog Humour
Dog injures nose
Dog owners 'fleeced' in poodle scam
Dog Wants A Kitty!
Doggy scuba gear!
The Doghouse
Dogs and wolves both get sad when you don’t treat them fairly
Dogs Annoying Cats with Their Friendship
Dogs are incredible – if unlikely – allies in conservation
Dogs in wheelcart playing with a stick
Dogs successfully reanimated
Dogs Teaching Chemistry
Dogs Use Subway, Cat Takes Bus and Other Adventures in Animal Intelligence
Dogs’ Eyes Have Changed Since Humans Befriended Them
Doing away with COVID isolation rules means increased isolation and risks for people with disability
Doing science in Antarctica has harmed an environment under great pressure. Here’s how we can do better
DOIP - Chalk
DOJ Boss Joins UK, Australian Gov't In Asking Facebook To Ditch Its End-To-End Encryption Plan
DOJ Charges Defendants With Harassing and Spying On Chinese Americans for Beijing
DOJ Using The FOSTA Playbook To Attack Encryption
Dolby Kids - Corona and the Pirate Twins
The Dollar-And-Cents Case Against Hollywood’s Exclusion of Women
Dollars and chainsaws: Can timber production help fund global reforestation?
Dolly Parton: Rockstar Forever
‘Dolomite Problem’: 200-year-old geology mystery resolved
Dolph C. Volker (Big Cat Videos)
Dolphin Embassy
Dolphin Hear, Dolphin Do: Imitation by Echolocation
Dolphin rescues stranded whales
Dolphin wearable could find cost of habitat disturbance
Dolphins Are Helping Us Hunt for Aliens
Dolphins Are So Smart They're Learning Tool-Use From Their Friends
Dolphins gain unprecedented protection in India
Dolphins have 'longest social memory' among non-humans
Dolphins have similar personality traits to humans, study finds
Dolphins recorded having a conversation 'just like two people' for first time
Dolphins sing 'Batman' theme
Dolphins stampede alongside boat 'like a herd of wild horses'
Dolphins use signature whistles to represent other dolphins – similarly to how humans use names
Dolphins, turtles and birds don’t have to die in fishing gear – skilled fishers can avoid it
Domestic violence and a simple tool called the 'No Test' could identify an abusive partner
Domestic Workers in Lebanon Are Making a Dramatic Escape
Dominica to create world's first sperm whale reserve
Dominican Republic Formalizes Domestic Work
The Dominican Republic miracle: a fifth of the country regreened in 10 years
Domino Animals
Domino chain reaction
Don Alfonso (English version)- Mike Oldfield
Don't Adjust Your Viewfinder
Don't agree to do record-breaking tricks on Chinese TV. Just don't.
Don't Be A Sucker (1947)
Don't Be Evil
Don't be fooled by fossil fuel industry's 'green' word salads
Don't believe hydrogen and nuclear hype – they can’t get us to net zero carbon by 2050
Don't Ignore the Trolls. Feed Them Until They Explode.
Don't Look If You Have Coulrophobia!
Don't Panic about "going dark"
Don't pooh-pooh it: Making paper from elephant dung
Don't Regulate The Internet Like Every Company Is The Same
Don't replace your people with ChatGPT or other AI services
Don't Stay in School / You Look Like a Girl
Don't Stop Believin' - Journey (ONE TAKE Vintage Postmodern Jukebox Cover)
Don't take my word for it: the science shows that wind turbines do not harm birdlife
Don't Use Real Rabbits as Your Smartphone Case
Don't You Dare Judge the Homeless Population
Donald Rumsfeld Quotes
Donald Trump and Ayn Rand
Donald Trump Caused The Techlash
Donald Trump wants to be a dictator. It’s not enough just to laugh at him
Donald Trump’s sanity is not the question. The real issue is how he got into office
Donald Trump’s stroll to victory in Iowa was a foregone conclusion. This doesn’t make it any less shocking
Donating to animal shelters
Done with Twitter? Here are the best alternatives
Donkeys in danger of extinction as study shows 10 animals you didn't know were too
Donors making a difference: WHO, communities and partners collaborate to end infectious diseases
Don’t be fooled by brands that do one good ethical thing, say economists
Don’t Be Scared About The End Of Capitalism—Be Excited To Build What Comes Next
Don’t blame workers for falling productivity – we’re not the ones holding it back
Don’t Demolish That House — ‘Deconstruct’ It!
Don’t fall for the snake oil claims of ‘structured water’. A chemist explains why it’s nonsense
Don’t fret about students using ChatGPT to cheat – AI is a bigger threat to educational equality
Don’t let rising seas drown the Marshall Islands
Don’t Listen to Fox. Here’s What’s Really Going On in Seattle’s Protest Zone.
Don’t listen to Gwyneth Paltrow – IVs are not a shortcut to good health
Don’t look Up! has a surprising amount to tell us about economics, much of it useful
‘Don’t Look Up’: Hollywood’s primer on climate denial illustrates 5 myths that fuel rejection of science
Don’t Poke the Bear: Creating Content for Sensitive Situations
Don’t put all your eggs in one Facebook basket
‘Don’t read the comments’: misinformed and malicious comments stifle Indigenous voices
‘Don’t say anything about it’: why so many LGBTQIA+ Buddhists feel pressure to hide their identities
‘Don’t shove us off like we’re rubbish’: what people with intellectual disability told us about their local community
Don’t Toss It, Fix It! Europe Is Guaranteeing Citizens the “Right to Repair”
Don’t “Get” People to Do Anything
Doodle 4 Google 2017 - US Winner
The Doodlestation
Doom busters: why some things aren’t (quite) as bad as we think
The doomed 30-year battle to stop a pandemic
Doomsday bunkers, Mars and ‘The Mindset’: the tech bros trying to outsmart the end of the world
The Doomsday Clock is still at 90 seconds to midnight. But what does that mean?
The Doomsday Clock moves to 90 seconds to midnight, signaling more peril than ever
Doomsday Prep for the Super-Rich
“The Door Problem”
Dorkly Brings Us The 30 Best Dr.Seuss Mashups On The Internet
Dos Rios Ranch, California's first new state park in 13 years, is just outside of the Bay Area
DOS_deck offers free, all-timer DOS games in a browser, with controller support
Dotted lines by Professor Walter Lewins, MIT
Double Fine Amnesia Fortnight
Double Rainbow meme
The double-standard of making the poor prove they’re worthy of government benefits
Doug Engelbart & Ted Nelson come to dinner
Doughnut economics: an economic model for the future
Douglas Adams made me a writer: Neil Gaiman salutes his friend and inspiration
Douglas Adams' typewriter at Abe Books
Down the rabbit hole with the World's Smallest Postal Service
Down with Unicode! Why 16 bits per character is a right pain in the ASCII
Download "Theft! A History of Music", a New Free Graphic Novel Exploring 2,000 Years of Musical Borrowing
Download 1,000+ Japanese Woodblock Prints by Edo-Era Master Hiroshige
Download 448 Free Art Books from The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Download 6600 Free Films from The Prelinger Archives and Use Them However You Like
Download Every iFixit Guide, Free
Download Free Coloring Books from Nearly 100 Museums & Libraries
Download Linux Voice issue 1 — with audio!
Download Linux Voice issue 2
Download Rocket Fuel: Some of the Best of Non-Fiction for Free!
The downside of digital transformation: why organisations must allow for those who can’t or won’t move online
Downwind from Standing Rock
Dozens of Museums and Universities Pledge to Return Native American Remains. Few Have Funded the Effort.
Dozens of woodland bird species are threatened, and we still don’t know what works best to bring them back
Dr Seuss and The Seven Lady Godivas
Dr Who & Harry Potter: Two great stories that go great together
The Dr Who That Wasn't
Dr. Demento, comedic song hero and unsung punk rock legend, gets his due on new album
Dr. John Gartner on a tale of two brains: "Biden's brain is aging. Trump's brain is dementing"
Dr. Ledoux Critter Splitter Series
Dr. Matthew Rimmer Takes A Closer Look At Fair Use
Dr. Seuss Art
Dr. Who spinoff to star Capt. Jack Harkness!
‘Draconian and undemocratic’: why criminalising climate protesters in Australia doesn’t actually work
Dragon Dating Simulator - A visual novel
Dragon Necklaces
DRAGON PROJECTION with fire on house front in Italy
Dragon Quest ballet
?: Dragon Quest ballet
Dragon Wing Creation
Dragon Wreath by Haleigh Toney
Dragons at Crumbling Castle
Dragons of Elanthia
Dragonscale: a beautiful approach to solar
Dramatic climate action needed to curtail ‘crazy’ extreme weather
Dramatic X
‘Dramatically more powerful’: world’s first battery-electric freight train unveiled
DRAM’s Damning Defects—and How They Cripple Computers
drawing with HTML
DRC elections: three factors that have shaped Tshisekedi’s bumpy first term as president
DRC-Rwanda crisis: what’s needed to prevent a regional war
Dream Letters - Turn Your Child Into An Avid Reader & Writer
Dream of New Kind of Credit Union Is Extinguished by Bureaucracy
The Dream Was Universal Access to Knowledge. The Result Was a Fiasco.
Dreamlike photos of miniature street scenes
DreamWorld’s King
Dress up a T. REX
Dressage de Chats
Dreyfus ends prosecution of lawyer over alleged leaking about Australian spying in against Timor-Leste
Driftwood horses
Driftwood Sculpture
Drillers break into magma chamber
Drilling surprise opens door to magma-powered electricity
Drinking fountains in every town won’t fix all our water issues – but it’s a healthy start
Driven out by decades of conflict, native giraffes make a return to Angola
Driver blames crash on pterodactyl
Driving a greener future: how your electric car could help power your neighbourhood
Driving Dogs: a brilliant ad campaign
The Driving Force Behind America's Warp Speed Decline into an Unequal Society
Driving out the rainforest invaders: crackdown on illegal mining brings hope after Bolsonaro era
Driving the energy transition, EVs are simply better for the environment
DRM Still Breaking Games Nearly A Decade After Purchase
DRM-Free – A Year On
droid masters traditional Japanese kabuki
Drone Awards 2020: the world seen from above
Drone delivery is a thing now. But how feasible is having it everywhere, and would we even want it?
Drone display sets world record for most UAVs airborne simultaneously
Drone fishing in South Africa is a danger to sharks and may be unfair to other fishers – study
Drone Images of Coastal Kelp Show Recovery is Possible
Drone seeding and E-seeds sound exciting, but ecosystem restoration needs practical solutions
Drone strikes hit Moscow and Kyiv – in the growing world of drone warfare, anything goes when it comes to international law
Drone swarms illuminate Scottish skies as part of Hogmanay festival
Drones and AI help stop poaching in Africa
Drones and DNA tracking: we show how these high-tech tools are helping nature heal
Drones are being used to reseed forests and revitalize ecosystems
Drones are disturbing critically endangered shorebirds in Moreton Bay, creating a domino effect
Drones to unleash vaccine-laced pellets in bid to save endangered ferrets
Drop the talk about ‘mum and dad’ landlords. It lets property investors off the hook
‘Drowning for love’ – 5 ways to protect your life while you’re trying to rescue someone in trouble in the water
Drowning in privacy policies: CHOICE calls for reform
Drug detection dogs often get it wrong, and it’s a policing practice that needs to stop
Drug resistance may make common infections like thrush untreatable
Drugs of the future will be easier and faster to make, thanks to mRNA – after researchers work out a few remaining kinks
Dry Cleaning Chemical Could Be Major Cause of Parkinson's, Scientists Warn
The Dryad’s Shoe by T. Kingfisher
DS X E-Tense, Rep AOC & Tesla Solar Roof | Fully Charged News
Dublin to Ban Driving Through Its City Center
Dubstep dispute
Duct tape art
Duct Tape roses
Dude, you broke the future!
Dueling Geneiuses The Greatest Highlights of Japanese Artists
Duet - Glen Keane
Dugongs and turtles are starving to death in Queensland seas – and La Niña’s floods are to blame
Dumb & Dumber: The Global Assault on Environmental Laws
Dumb Ways to Lie
Dumbed-down curriculum means primary students will learn less about the world and nothing about climate
Dumbing down or wising up: how will generative AI change the way we think?
Dungeon Map Doodler
Dungeons & Developers
Dungeons & Dragons & Philosophy
Dungeons & Dragons at 50: How the fantasy world can be a home for everyone
Dungeons & Dragons at 50: the collaborative fantasy role-playing game that builds you up
Dungeons & Dragons Is a Household Name Again
Dungeons & Dragons Promises To Make Its Adventures More Queer
Dungeons & Dragons: The revival of a 'geeky' pastime
Dungeons And Doggos
Dungeons and Dragons 30th anniversary
Dungeons And Dragons Was Honestly Great, And It's Infuriating Its Box Office Might Cost Us A Sequel
The Dunning-Kruger Effect is Autocorrelation
Durable plastic pollution easily, cleanly degrades with new catalyst
During NAIDOC Week, many Indigenous women are assigned unpaid work. New research shows how prevalent this is in the workplace
During the Great Depression, many newspapers betrayed their readers. Some are doing it again now
Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust reveals major new Scottish rewilding project
Fwd: [Bulk] Dust Art
Dust devils on Mars
Dust drove dinosaurs’ extinction after asteroid impact, scientists say
Dutch art sleuth recovers a further six stolen paintings
Dutch Caribbean islanders sue Netherlands over climate change
Dutch lion-tailed pants in wacky Chinese game
Dutch Muslims fearful for future after ‘shocking’ election results
Dutch nursing home offers rent-free housing to students
Dutch parliament: Vendor dependence too high a cost
Dutch Police Arrest 154 Soccer Fans Over Antisemitic Chants
Dutch Real Estate Broker Installs a Small Roller Coaster in a House to Give Tours to Prospective Buyers
The Dutch Recession, The End of American Pandemic Savings, and Why One House Survived the Hawaii Fires
Dutch Supermarket Adds “Slow Checkout Lanes” for Senior Citizens Who Could Use a Chat
Dutch Windmills Host a Mesmerizing Laser Show
Dutton wants a ‘mature debate’ about nuclear power. By the time we’ve had one, new plants will be too late to replace coal
Dutton wants Australia to join the “nuclear renaissance” – but this dream has failed before
Dutton’s ‘no’ vote reflects 40 years of Coalition partisanship on the Voice
DVD Review of The Star Wars Holiday Special (Platinum Edition)
'Dwarf' foxes, saved from extinction, make an incredible recovery
The Dwarven Lord of Kickstarter
Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson Donates Unprecedented 7 Figures To Striking Actors
Dylan Alcott says he missed out on childhood friends. With support, disabled kids today can have a better shot socially
Dylan Mulvaney and The Failures of Rainbow Capitalism
Fwd: Dynamic Moire: Animated Optical Illusions (YouTube)
Dynamic projection mapping onto deforming non-rigid surface
Dynamic target tracking camera system keeps its eye on the ball
Détour — A film by Michel Gondry


E for equity? E-scooter and e-bike schemes can help people on low incomes and with disabilities
E-Books Strain Relations Between Libraries, Publishing Houses
E-bus deal puts Oslo on track for zero-emissions public transport goal
E-fuels cannot save Europe from Chinese electric vehicles
e-Fuels Won’t Work! THIS Is Why…
E-fuels: how big a niche can they carve out for cars?
E-scooters are becoming wildly popular – but we have to factor in the weather
E-scooters are linked with injuries and hospital visits – but we can’t say they are riskier than bikes yet
E-waste recycler Eric Lundgren loses appeal on computer restore disks, must serve 15-month prison term
E. E. Cummings and Krazy Kat
E.L.O (Electric Light Orchestra) All Over The World
E.P.A. Tells Dozens of States to Clean Up Their Smokestacks
E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial at 40 – a deep meditation on loneliness, and Spielberg’s most exhilarating film
Each Antarctic tourist effectively melts 83 tonnes of snow – new research
Each budget used to have a gender impact statement. We need it back, especially now
Each Easter we spend about $62 a head on chocolates, but the cost of buying unsustainable products can be far greater
The Eagles - Hotel California - Reimagined on the Traditional Chinese Guzheng | Moyun
Earliest "recording" in music history! - 220 year old Joseph Haydn Organ
The earliest humans swam 100,000 years ago, but swimming remains a privileged pastime
Early Computer Art in the 50’s & 60’s
Early heat and insect strike are stressing urban trees – even as canopy cover drops
Early warning systems will protect everyone on Earth in 5 years, UN announces
Early warnings for floods in South Africa: engineering for future climate change
Early YouTube Musician Explains How Signing Major Label Deal 'Nearly Destroyed My Career'
Earth 2: the Metaverse as crypto number-go-up
earth :: a global map of wind, weather, and ocean conditions
Earth Care Library
Earth Could Feasibly Descend Into Chaos, Physicists Warn
Earth Day at 50: A look to the past offers hope for the planet’s future
Earth from Space: the eye-popping series that zooms in on our planet
Earth harbours 20,000,000,000,000,000 ants – and they weigh more than wild birds and mammals combined
Earth is getting extra salty, an ‘existential threat’ to freshwater supplies
The Earth Is Telling Us We Must Rethink Our Growth Society
Earth may soon become “inhospitable to current human societies”
Earth may temporarily pass dangerous 1.5℃ warming limit by 2024, major new report says
Earth on Brink of Five Catastrophic Climate Tipping Points, Report Warns
Earth Restored
Earth Will Likely Be Much Warmer in 2100 Than We Anticipated, Scientists Warn
Earth ‘well outside safe operating space for humanity’, scientists find
Earth's resources consumed in ever greater destructive volumes
Earth-friendly EOMA68 Computing Devices
Earthmender Fiction: How to be a Storyteller and an Earthmender
Earthquake in Turkey and Syria: how satellites can help rescue efforts
Earthquakes can change the course of rivers – with devastating results. We may now be able to predict these threats
Earthquakes don’t kill people; buildings do. And those lovely decorative bits are the first to fall
Earthquakes in Japan: We are Always Prepared
Earthshot Prize: William and Kate launch prize to 'repair the Earth'
The Earth’s biodiversity could be much greater than we thought
‘Earth’s empty quarter’: many Pacific nations now have falling populations
Earth’s ozone layer on course to be healed within decades, UN report finds
"The Easiest Way to Sell Cover Songs & Original Music Online"
Easily-Triggered Privileged People Have Turned Society Into Their Own Giant Safe Space
East Bay tiny homes mean big changes for homeless residents
easter bunny
Easter bunny name
Eating less food from animal sources is key to reducing the risk of wildlife-origin diseases and global warming
Eating Spaghetti Ice Cream in Germany
Eavesdropping on the Secret Social World of Giant Otters
'Ebola is defeated,' says Congolese professor who discovered the virus
“Ebola is not a natural disaster. It is a disease fostered by poverty…”
Ebola, Organic Food, and Fukushima. Three Dope Slaps About How We Get Risk Wrong.
EBook Pledge To Protect Libraries & Authors From Publishers’ Growing Abuse Of Copyright
Ebooks and statistics
#ebooksos crisis: price gouging publishers
ECB says bitcoin is on ‘road to irrelevance’ amid crypto collapse
Eccentric Inventor Colin Furze Builds a Gigantic Star Wars AT-AT Walker Clubhouse
Echidnas blow snot bubbles and perform belly flops to stay cool in the heat, researchers find
Eclipse of The Sun
Eco Media Player
Eco-concrete is Cementing Itself as a Climate Solution
The Eco-Friendlier Future of the Disposable Spork
‘Eco-friendly’ straws contain potentially toxic chemicals – posing a threat to people and wildlife
EcoEDA Integrates Your Junk Bin Into Your Designs
Ecological 'disaster' warnings as Houthi-sunk ship leaches fertilizer into Red Sea
Ecological Land Cooperative
EcoLogicStudio turns algae into air-purifying biopolymer "tree"
‘Ecology on steroids’: how Australia’s First Nations managed Australia’s ecosystems
The economic and cultural value of the Australian book industry deserves more government support
Economic estimation of Bitcoin mining’s climate damages demonstrates closer resemblance to digital crude than digital gold
Economic growth is an unnecessary evil, Jacinda Ardern is right to deprioritise it
Economic growth is fuelling climate change – a new book proposes ‘degrowth communism’ as the solution
The Economic Lessons of Star Trek’s Money-Free Society
Economic reasons for manufacturers to embrace repair
The Economics of a Hit TV Show
The Economics of Soaking the Rich
The Economics of Star Trek
Economics ripe for a post-pandemic shake up as COVID kills old assumptions
Economics, Pollution, and Bandits
Economics’ Failure Over Destruction of Nature Presents “Extreme Risks”
Economist examines empirical evidence of file-sharing on box-office revenue
Economist Explains How Copyright Just Isn't Working
The Economist special report on video gaming
Economists say Australia shouldn’t try to transition to net zero by aping the mammoth US Inflation Reduction Act
Economix Comix: The TPP and Free Trade
The economy can’t guarantee a job. It can guarantee a liveable income for other work
Economy’s End
Econophysics: Can antimoney prevent the next financial crisis?
Ecosystems across Australia are collapsing under climate change
Ecto-88, the geekiest car ever
Ecuador court upholds ‘rights of nature,’ blocks Intag Valley copper mine
Ecuador leading the way in working alongside Indigenous groups to protect sacred rainforest
Ecuador Strikes a Landmark Deal to Save Nature, and Some Cash
Ecuador’s top court rules for stronger land rights for Indigenous communities
Ed Sheeran cleared of infringing copyright in Marvin Gaye lawsuit
Ed Sheeran Gets It: As He Wins His Copyright Lawsuit, He Decries ‘Culture’ Of Bogus Copyright Suits
Ed Sheeran Just Can’t Get Away From Ridiculous Copyright Lawsuits
The Ed Sheeran Problem, or, How the Record Industry Got What It Asked For
Ed Sheeran, Once Again, Demonstrates How Modern Copyright Is Destroying, Rather Than Helping Musicians
Eddy's run
Edinburgh Fringe funniest jokes 2012 and other comedy
Edison, a new low-cost educational robot
Editor of scientific journal says fake study linking whale deaths to wind farms is 'deliberate misinformation'
Editorial: We need UBI because we all need money, power, and trust
EDITORIAL: What I Said When My White Friend Asked for My Black Opinion on White Privilege
Editorial: Why Games Should Enter The Public Domain
Editors have long been publishing’s hidden handmaidens – what might we gain if we acknowledged their role?
EDL march in Birmingham upstaged by really nice tea party
Edtech is treating students like products. Here’s how we can protect children’s digital rights
Educate Yourself Online For Free
Education expert John Hattie’s new book draws on more than 130,000 studies to find out what helps students learn
Edward Gorey's Trouble with Tribbles
Edward Snowden: public indifference is the real enemy in the NSA affair
Eels are some of nature’s weirdest creatures. Here are 5 reasons why they’re such cool little freaks
Eepy Bird Are At It Again!
EFA's 2016 Wish List
EFF and 45 Organizations Tell UN: Reverse Decision to Host IGF in Saudi Arabia
EFF Award Winner: Alaa Abd El-Fattah
EFF Award Winner: Alexandra Asanova Elbakyan
EFF Statement on the Declaration for the Future of the Internet
Effective obfuscation
Effects of climate change such as flooding makes existing disadvantages for Indigenous communities so much worse
Efficiency up, turnover down: Sweden experiments with six-hour working day
Efforts to find safe housing for homeless youth have gone backwards. Here’s what the new national plan must do differently
Efforts to protect endangered seal pups proving successful, conservationists say
The EG.5 COVID variant is spiking in the U.S. Is it time to mask up?
Eggs from men, sperm from women: how stem cell science may change how we reproduce
Egypt's submarine cable stranglehold
EIA Says 40 Percent of US Electricity Is Now Emission-Free for the First Time
Eight changes the world needs to make to live with COVID
Eight in 10 people in China caught Covid since early December, say officials
Eight Science Fiction Questions from Quora
Eight ways to protect your privacy online
The eight winners of the 2020 BigPicture competition for nature photography
Eight Year Old Rides to a Blaze With His Firefighter Grandfather
Eighteen bodies found in wildfire zone in north-east Greece
The Eighteenth Century
The eighth COVID-19 wave is here. Could catching it trigger Alzheimer's, Parkinson's or autoimmune disorders?
Eighty-two Australian children have been abducted in Japan – and it’s legal
Ekaterina Lukasheva, Origami artist
eksoka - Mimosa
El Anatsui review: the great Ghanaian sculptor is the talk of London
EL Comics: Test
El Niño forecast to drive record heat from the Amazon to Alaska in 2024
El Niño is coming, and ocean temps are already at record highs – that can spell disaster for fish and corals
El Salvador Bitcoin: how Chivo doesn’t work; how to fake a Chivo signup
El Soncoyo, the community that traded burning for reforestation
The election of Javier Milei and the challenges of an impoverished Argentina
Election scorecard: How the three major parties perform on video games
Elections: a global ranking rates US weakest among liberal democracies
Electric big rigs are going farther and charging faster
The Electric Bikes Facing Off Against Putin’s War Machine
Electric car emissions myth 'busted'
Electric Cars Are Cheaper to Own in New Jersey Than California
Electric cars are the new solar: people will underestimate how quickly they will take off
Electric cars have few downsides except price. One company is looking to change that
Electric Cars Pass a Crucial Tipping Point in 23 Countries
Electric cars to power South Australian homes in new trial
Electric Chopsticks Bring The Salt, Not The Pain
Electric Fan Harp in the bathhouse │ 銭湯で扇風琴 ♨️
Electric Ferrari - time to give classic cars a new lease of life? | 100% Independent, 100% Electric
Electric Lawn Mowers WITH SOLAR PANELS!
Electric marshmallow toaster
Electric Monaros and hotted-up skateboards : the ‘genius’ who wants to electrify our world
Electric on-demand public transport is making a difference in Auckland – now it needs to roll out further
Electric planes sound like a fantasy but they may be the future for short-haul in Australia
Electric Seagliders Could Enable Short-Haul Emissions-Free Air Travel This Decade
The Electric Swing Circus - Everybody Wants To Be A Cat - Electro Swing
Electric Swing Circus Video Diaries - April 2017 - Swingamajig Festival is coming
Electric trucks and buses show staggering sales growth in Europe
Electric two-wheelers are creating a buzz in Asia
Electric ute conversion targets resources sector in $1b deal to displace diesel
Electric utes are finally being shipped to Australia. They're about to boom in popularity, report predicts
Electric utes can now power the weekend – and the work week
Electric vehicle battery prices are falling faster than expected
Electric vehicle fires are very rare. The risk for petrol and diesel vehicles is at least 20 times higher
Electric vehicle sales in Australia overtake petrol-driven cars in medium category for first time
Electric vehicles are here. How can we make them equitable?
Electric vehicles are still too expensive for some budgets, but are they worth it in the long run?
Electric vehicles close to ‘tipping point’ of mass adoption
Electric vehicles help farmers drive savings and lower carbon footprint
Electric Vehicles Keep Defying Almost Everyone’s Predictions
Electric vehicles won't kill the gas station. They’ll redefine it.
Electric vehicles: Can 'lightweighting' combat range anxiety?
Electric VW Beetle | Fully Charged
Electric Zine Maker
Electricity bills unreadable for thousands of Australians amid a cost-of-living crisis
Electricity from thin air: an enzyme from bacteria can extract energy from hydrogen in the atmosphere
Electricity generated by burning native Australian timber no longer classified as renewable energy
Electricity Market Report Update: Outlook for 2023 and 2024
Electricity prices are rising again. Here’s how to ensure renters can cash-in on rooftop solar
Electrification is efficiency: The world will need less energy after the transition
Electrify Everything in Your Home
Electrify Everything Sure But What About Big Trucks?
Electrify: An Optimist's Playbook for Our Clean Energy Future
Electrifying Cars Is A Great Wedge But Far From The Only One
Electrifying commercial delivery vehicles is the fastest way to decarbonise, report finds
Electrifying everything does not solve the climate crisis, but it is a great start
Electrifying Everything Everywhere All At Once Is Key Climate Wedge
Electrifying homes to slow climate change: 4 essential reads
Electrifying offshore platforms targets a tiny fraction of the oil industry’s emissions
[Electro Swing] Peggy Suave - Braxel Brobots
Electroluminescent dance
Electromechanical Pong!
Electronic Frontier Foundation to Present Annual EFF Awards to Alexandra Asanovna Elbakyan, Library Freedom Project, and Signal Foundation
Electronic Paper
"Electronic Road Signs and Me"
Electronic Spy Camera Shirt
Electronic surveillance law review won’t stop Border Force’s warrantless phone snooping
Electronics That Last: How I Built an Heirloom Laptop
The #Elegram project
Elektro, the Oldest U.S. Robot
Elemental (acapella)
The Elements, Expanded
The elephant as a person
Elephant calves more likely to survive in the care of their grandmothers
Elephant conservation may be undermined by Twitter users who overlook main threats
The Elephant in the Living Room
The elephant in the room
Elephant poaching rates vary across Africa: 19 years of data from 64 sites suggest why
Elephant teeth: how they evolved to cope with climate change-driven dietary shifts
Elephant tracking collars will send alerts if shots are fired
The Elephant's Garden
Elephants are irreplaceable seed dispersers
Elephants are the end of a 60m-year lineage – last of the megaherbivores
Elephants Communicate in Sophisticated Sign Language, Researchers Say
Elephants have different personalities, just like us
Elephants Have Surprising Level of Self-Understanding
Elephants Learn To Work Together - Super Smart Animals - BBC Earth
Elephants no longer made to perform at Singapore Zoo
Elephants return to rainforest after poachers hunted to extinction
Elephants use their smarts to cope with human threats
Elephants, Arts, & Conservation
Elephants, empathy and the consolation of art
Elephants, lions to roam North America once more?
Elephants, Long Endangered by Thai Crowds, Reclaim a National Park
Elevator weatherman
Eleven Tweets
Eliminating fossil fuels: it can be done, and must be done
Eliminating most homelessness is achievable. It starts with prevention and ‘housing first’
Elinor Ostrom's 8 Principles for Managing A Commons
Elizabeth Warren unveils bold new plan to reshape American capitalism
Elizabethan Curse Generator
Elizabethan Superheroes
Ella Enchanted
Ellen Craft, the Slave Who Posed as a Master and Made Herself Free
Ellen Page has super powers, but why is this newsworthy?
Elliot Page, Ariana Grande & other stars speak out against Texas gov’s attack on trans youth
Elon Fires Half Of ExTwitter’s Election Integrity Team, Because A Manager Liked A Tweet Calling Him A Fucking Dipshit
Elon Musk accuses Australia’s ABC of embracing censorship after it shut down Twitter/X accounts
Elon Musk and the Narcissism/Radicalization Maelstrom
Elon Musk and the west’s fascist fifth column
Elon Musk Destroys The Rationale For Patents, Opens Up All Of Tesla's
Elon Musk Is Completely Wrong About Overpopulation
Elon Musk Is Weaponizing Twitter Against Transgender People
Elon Musk is wrong: research shows content rules on Twitter help preserve free speech from bots and other manipulation
Elon Musk Names SpaceX Drone Ships in Honor of Sci-Fi Legend
Elon Musk personally thwarted a Ukrainian attack and saved the Russian Navy
Elon Musk takes Twitter private – here’s what that means for the company and its chances of success
Elon Musk, Man of Steel, reveals his stainless Starship
Elon Musk’s Grand Plan to Power the World With Batteries
Elon Musk’s Texts Suggest Way More People In The Silicon Valley Elite Should Have Imposter Syndrome
Elon Musk’s ‘hardcore’ management style: a case study in what not to do
Elsevier Says It's Infringing To Link To Sci-Hub; Hypocrite Elsevier Links To Sci-Hub All The Time
Elsevier Tries To Lie About University Of California's Contract Negotiation; UC Shows Its Receipts
Elsevier, that just freaked me out.
Elton, Sting, Lizzo, Miley: The wild collaborations on Dolly Parton's first ever rock album
'Elusive and cryptic' lizard may be first Australian mainland reptile declared extinct
Elvis The Super Cute Coatimundi Wants Your Attention
Email company under fire over police data handover
Email is your electronic memory
The Email Scam That Nearly Worked On Me
Emails Reveal How a Hospital Bowed to Political Pressure to Stop Treating Trans Teens
Embracing the Transformation of My Daughter Into My Son
Embroidered Cat Shirts By Hiroko Kubota Go Viral And Sell Like Hot Cakes
The emergence of JN.1 is an evolutionary ‘step change’ in the COVID pandemic. Why is this significant?
Emergency departments are clogged and patients are waiting for hours or giving up. What’s going on?
Emergency viewing: 15 must-see films about the climate crisis
Emerging tech in the food, transport and energy sector can help counter the effects of climate change
Emilio Estevez Uses Some Public Domain Footage In Film, So Universal Studios Forces Original Public Domain Footage Offline
Emio GrecoPC and Perfume From Dancer's Body
Emission Control: Last year’s fossil fuel subsidies could have paid for an EV charging station every 50km around Australia
Emissions divide now greater within countries than between them – study
Emissions from households’ water use are on a par with aviation. The big cuts and savings they can make are being neglected
Emissions from WA gas project with world’s largest industrial carbon capture system rise by more than 50%
Emissions Map - Climate TRACE
Emissions of Beetaloo Basin gas projects ‘significantly underestimated’ by government, analysis finds
Emma Watson goes bright red as she attempts to beat box her way to gender equality
Emmanuel "StanceGrounded" Hurd and kids hip-hop dance to Pakistani music
Emmanuel Macron is reelected but the French are longing for radical change
Emoji to Scale
Emotional abuse is a pattern of hurtful messages – building parenting skills could help prevent it
Empathy Cards For Serious Illness
Empathy: helps on the way
The Emperor Has No Clothes: Socrates Deconstructs Singularity University
Emperor penguins face a bleak future – but some colonies will do better than others in diverse sea-ice conditions
Emperor penguins: thousands of chicks in Antarctica die due to record-low sea ice levels
The Empire is Crumbling
The Empire That Was Russia
Employee Ownership
Employee-owned companies perform better, but are resisted by banks, lawyers and governments
Employers are hiding a secret about strict return-to-office mandates—they’re probably bluffing about how many days they want you back
Employers: Look to gaming to motivate staff
Empowering Burundian girls: Leading the way in education
Empress of Uruguay-Worlds Largest Amethyst Geode
Empty School
Emu Discovers A Sprinkler And Completely Loses His Mind
The Emulation Station
Enabling Nazis and anti-feminists
Enchanted BBQ For Sale
The Enchanted Highway: The World's Largest Sculpture Project
Encrypting Your Laptop Like You Mean It
Encryption - The low-tech way.
Encryption By Analogy
The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction is the Best Place on the Internet
End copyright because ‘law for the rich keeps creators poor’, says author Glyn Moody
The End Is Nigh: Failed Stewardship of Planet Earth
The end of coal is coming 3 times faster than expected. Governments must accept it and urgently support a ‘just transition’
The end of coal-fired power is in sight, even with private interests holding out
The End of Days?
The End of Higher Education’s Golden Age
The end of kindness: weev and the cult of the angry young man
The end of offshore oil and gas exploration in NZ was hard won – but it remains politically fragile
The end of Oppenheimer’s nuclear energy dream: Modular reactors supported by ideology alone
The End Of Ownership: How Big Companies Are Trying To Turn Everyone Into Renters
The End of Retirement
The end of Roe v. Wade would likely embolden global anti-abortion activists and politicians
The End Of Roe Will Bring About A Sea Change In The Encryption Debate
End of the American dream? The dark history of 'America first'
The End of the American Experiment
The End of the Australian Dream?
End of the avocado: why chefs are ditching the unsustainable fruit
The End of the Internet Dream: the speech that won Black Hat (and Defcon)
The end of the oceans
The End of the Road to Serfdom
The End of the Sun - The Adventure in Slavic Fantasy World
The end of the world's capital of brown coal
The end of tourism?
The end of wild elephants? Why we must not let Africa become one giant food farm
The end of workplace loyalty
The End Will Come for the Cult of MAGA
End-To-End Encryption is Too Important to Be Proprietary
Endangered Bonobos Reveal Evolution of Human Kindness
Endangered red wolf pups are born in the wild for the first time in years
Endangered sea turtle rebounding thanks to COVID-19 and indigenous peoples
The Endangered Species Act Has Been a Success for 50 Years. Its Work Is Just Beginning
The Endangered Species Act Turns 50: Assessing Successes & Failures
Endangered tigers have made a remarkable comeback in five countries
'Endangered' status for shy albatross, recognising threats from climate change and fishing
'Endemic' SARS-CoV-2 and the death of public health
Ending Bully Culture - It’s not just about kids
Ending Nigeria’s fuel subsidy pushes a shift to solar. Without a climate plan, progress is at risk
Ending online anonymity won’t make social media less toxic
Ending Roe Is Institutional Suicide for Supreme Court
Ending the neglect: lessons from a decade of success in responding to Neglected tropical diseases in Africa
The Endless Present, or Why You’re Getting Disclaimers On The Muppets These Days
‘Endless record heat’ in Asia as highest April temperatures recorded
Endonyms of the World
Endonyms of the World Map
The ends of education
The enduring allure of retro tech
The Enduring Solidarity of Whiteness
Enemies of the Internet 2014: entities at the heart of censorship and surveillance
Energy Agency Sees Peaks in Global Oil, Coal and Gas Demand by 2030
Energy bills are spiking after the Russian invasion. We should have doubled-down on renewables years ago
Energy crisis: Government has been thinking about batteries the wrong way
The Energy Department’s fusion breakthrough: It’s not really about generating electricity
Energy efficient cars
Energy providers and renewable technology companies developing 'novel' electric car charging prototypes for the bush
Energy Return On Investment Rears Its Misshapen Head Again
Energy savings drive directs EU parliament to turn down heat
The Energy Transition in Five Charts and Not Too Many Numbers
Energy transition titan Hugh Saddler’s quest to cut emissions leaves lasting legacy
Engare review: The geometry of Islamic art becomes a treasure of a game
Engineer's guide to cats & Theremin-playing cat
Engineered stone kills tradies. Bunnings and IKEA stopping its sales is a big win for public health
Engineers of the Soul: Ideology in Xi Jinping's China by John Garnaut
Engineers to assess flood-damaged bridges on key WA route amid concerns some could take years to fix
England brings in biodiversity rules to force builders to compensate for loss of nature
England's first wild beavers for 400 years allowed to live on River Otter
The English language dominates global conservation science – which leaves 1 in 3 research papers virtually ignored
English loanwords in Korean
Engrish and the inverse
Enjoy Digital Ownership And Public Libraries While You Still Can
Fwd: enjoy the imagery :-)
enjoy the imagery and philosophy that goes with them
Fwd: Enjoy!!
Ennio Morricone - The Ecstasy of Gold - Theremin & Voice
Enormous Condor Thanks Man Who Saved His Life
‘Enough is enough’: former Coalition environment minister joins push for a national ban on native forest logging
Enough MEPs Say They Mistakenly Voted For Articles 11 & 13 That The Vote Should Have Flipped; EU Parliament Says Too Bad
Enough with the koala cakes – the government’s annual Threatened Species Bake Off seriously neglects fish, plants and other lesser-loved species
Enough with “the Colbert Defense”: Why criminals, bigots and jerks cry “satire!” when exposed
The enshittification of garage-door openers reveals a vast and deadly rot
The Enshittification Of Streaming Accelerates With Price Hikes, More Password Sharing Crackdowns
Enter an Archive of 6,000 Historical Children’s Books, All Digitized and Free to Read Online
Enter the Grief Police
Entering Our Orbit: Apsis
Entertaining science videos
Enthusiast uses Google to reveal Roman ruins
Entire hillsides of trees turned brown this summer. Is it the start of ecosystem collapse?
‘The entire industry is based on hunches’: is Australian publishing an art, a science or a gamble?
The entire modern copyright was built on one fundamental assumption that the Internet has reversed
The Entire Run Of IF Magazine Is Now Freely Available Online!
The Entitlement of Privileged White People Who Flaunt Awful Grammar
Entropic Time (Backwards Billy Joel Parody) | A Capella Science
Environment groups call for urgent action on hazardous waste from e-cigarettes
Environment poses greatest risk to global prosperity, say experts
‘Environmental accounting’ could revolutionise nature conservation, but Australia has squandered its potential
Environmental advocates lodge ACCC complaint over 'ocean plastic' products
Environmental and youth groups win climate court case against the Norwegian State
Environmental Catastrophe is Coming. The Rich Will Be Just Fine.
Environmental defenders celebrate a ‘huge’ win for ‘unique’ Tasmanian rainforest
The environmental disaster lurking beneath your neighborhood gas station
Environmental disasters and climate change force people to cross borders, but they’re not recognised as refugees – they should be
Environmental groups celebrate a victory for the planet as Chevron surrenders 19 offshore oil and gas exploration permits in B.C.
The environmental impact of Russia’s invasion goes beyond Ukraine – how do we deal with ‘problems without passports’?
Environmental Journalism is More Than Just Climate Change
The Environmental Lawyer Chevron Put Behind Bars Is Finally Free
Environmental message as plastic bottle survives for decade after being dropped in ocean off Portland
The Environmental Pawprint of Cats
The environmental price of fast fashion
Environmental tragedy as fires burn through one-fifth of Northern Territory national park
Environmentalists celebrate surrender of offshore oil permits in B.C.
Envisioning the urban skyscraper of 2050
Envy’s hidden hand
Enya Is Everywhere
Eoin Colfer to write sixth Hitchhiker's Guide book
EPA doubles money for electric school buses as demand soars
EPA posts databases of pesticide harm to people, pets and wildlife for first time in agency history
The EPA proposes tighter limits on toxic emissions from coal-fired power plants
EPA Restores Clean Water Act Protections for Streams and Wetlands
EPA sets ‘groundbreaking’ limits on toxic ‘forever chemicals’ in drinking water
EPA staffer leaves with a bang, blasting agency policies under Trump
EPA tightens rules on some air pollution for the first time in over a decade
The EPA’s plan to eliminate lead in buildings is a ‘gigantic leap forward’ for public health
Epbot Exemplars: "My First Con" Edition!
Epbot November Art Roundup
Ephemeral Compositions Use Sand and Stone to Create Hypnotic Works on Land
Epic Bunny's Adventure
Epic Games’ Sale of Bandcamp Has Left the Artist-Friendly Music Platform in Limbo
The epic journey of a refugee cat to find its family
Epic Run
Epic Stair Design Fails That May Result In Some Serious Injuries
Epic’s latest tool can animate hyperrealistic MetaHumans with an iPhone
Epson starts New Year with augmented reality greeting cards
Equality and fairness: vaccines against this pandemic of mistrust
Equatorial Launch Australia boss flags $100m space development in Nhulunbuy
Equitable Retreat: The Need for Fairness in Relocating Coastal Communities
The equivalent of “It’s all Greek to me” in 30 other languages
Equivalent to 1,800 tonnes of TNT: what we now know about the meteor that lit up the daytime sky above New Zealand
The ERA Gives Us a Chance to Fix the Constitution. We Need to Take it.
The Era of Faked CCTV Has Truly Arrived
‘Era of global boiling has arrived,’ says UN chief as July set to be hottest month on record
The era of the megalopolis: how the world’s cities are merging
The Era of the Wood Skyscraper Is Arriving
ERASING WOMEN: The Importance of "Agent Carter" to Comic Culture
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Eric Clapton Pretends To Regret The Decision To Sue Random German Woman Who Listed A Bootleg Of One Of His CDs On Ebay
Eric Flint on Copyright
Eric Idle on the beginnings of Monty Python
Eric Standley’s Intricate Laser Cut Stained Glass Paper Windows
Eric's Heroes: A Seattle man uses his unique gift to create art
Erica Chenoweth: Confronting the myth of the rational insurgent
Erin Bromage: Professor’s Blog Post on New Tips to Avoid Coronavirus Goes Viral
Ernest and Celestine
Ernie Kovacs - Kitchen Symphony
ESA partners with startup to launch first debris removal mission in 2025
Escape From the USA
Escape the echo chamber
"Escape to Freedom" now also available in Mandarin and Spanish
Escaped pet parrots threaten New Zealand’s vulnerable native birds – why a ban is the best solution
Escaping Together
Escher for Real
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Escher-inspired floor tiles
The Escherian Stairwell
Escher’s impossible stairs inspired by high school stairwell
Espresso Stories
Esquire feature on Dean Kamen
Essay: Pyramid of Technology
Essential fruit and veg pickers 'homeless' due to coronavirus, meaning crops may be left to rot
Establishing Order Over Tall Orders
Estonia becomes first ex-Soviet state to legalize same-sex marriage
Estonians rescue wild wolf from ice thinking it was a dog
Estonia’s first female prime minister vows to tackle climate crisis
Estonia’s parliament declares Russia a ‘terrorist regime’
The Eternal October: Bringing Back Tech Optimism, Without The Naivety
Ethereal, evocative, and inventive: why the music of Kate Bush spans generations
Ethical pitch: ‘You wouldn’t expect Jane Goodall to be fronting a campaign for underwear’
Ethics in a machine-learning world
Ethiopia plants 350m trees in a day to help tackle climate crisis
Ethiopia’s largest community conservation area brings Indigenous communities into the fold
Ethiopia’s war in Tigray risks wiping out centuries of the world’s history
Etihad accused of misleading customers with greenwashing in ‘net zero’ ads
Etisalat - Moonwalk
EU adopts new law banning greenwashing and misleading product information
EU agrees law to curb methane emissions from fossil fuel industry
EU agrees law to hit fossil fuel imports with methane emissions limit
EU agrees new cars must be emissions-free after 2035
EU agrees to push for worldwide phaseout of fossil fuels at COP28
EU agrees €50bn package for Ukraine as Viktor Orbán bows to pressure
The EU ban that spurred a crackdown on illegal fishing
EU bans microplastics added to consumer products
EU bill and new green policies spur progress on Brazil’s cattle tracking
EU blindsided by ‘spectacular’ solar rollout
EU climate czar: Putin’s war accelerated green transition
The EU Copyright Directive Is So Bad It’s Proving Really Hard To Transpose Into Decent National Laws
EU countries already hitting some of their sustainable energy targets for 2030
EU cracks down on pollution as survey reveals people want tougher regulations on clean air
EU criminalises environmental damage ‘comparable to ecocide’
EU cuts toxic air limits but still falls short of WHO guidelines
EU fossil fuel burning for electricity fell to lowest on record in 2023, data shows
EU imports of Russian liquified gas leap by 40% since Ukraine invasion
The EU Just Banned Microplastics. How Are Companies Replacing Them?
EU lawmakers impose single charger for all smartphones
EU Lawmakers Must Reject This Proposal To Scan Private Chats
EU lawmakers pass nature restoration bill in razor-thin vote
EU legislators vote to slash the use of pesticides
EU ministers opt to continue overfishing, despite 2020 deadline
EU Mission ‘Restore our Ocean and Waters’: €106 million for 18 new projects for protection, conservation, depollution and innovation
EU Moves Forward With Agreement To Fundamentally Change The Internet From Open To Closed
EU moves to tackle deforestation caused by chocolate and other products
EU Parliamentarians buckle under ExxonMobil lobby pressure
EU reaches first ever agreement to eliminate violence against women
EU research ‘moonshots’ focus on climate crisis
The EU showed it's possible to reduce carbon emissions while posting economic growth
EU strikes deal to impose 40% quota for women on boards of large companies by 2026
EU Strikes Deal to Reduce Packaging Waste and Ban Single-Use Plastics
EU strikes deal to reduce super-potent greenhouse gases
EU strikes ‘ground-breaking’ deal to cut maritime emissions
EU to ban ‘climate neutral’ claims by 2026
EU will force cosmetic companies to pay to reduce micropollutants
The Euclid spacecraft will transform how we view the ‘dark universe’
Eulogy for a Fairy Princess
Eurasia Group's Top Risks for 2024
Eurasian Beaver now legally protected in England
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‘The Eurocentric fallacy’: the myths that underpin European identity
Europa Film Treasures
Europe Frees Zorro From Trademark Restrictions
Europe Has Green-Energy FOMO
Europe hits roadblocks in the race to switch to electric cars
Europe looks to heat pumps as Russian war accelerates pivot from gas boilers
Europe says no to data retention, so why is it an option in Australia?
Europe Turned an Energy Crisis Into a Green Energy Sprint
Europe warming at twice the global average, UN report warns
Europe's "The Final Countdown" as a spaghetti western theme
Europe's surging, far-right, "anti-establishment" parties: funded by billionaires, voting for billionaire-friendly policies, lining their own pockets
Europe: “Any fears of a coal rebound are now dead”
European Art
European Battle for Air Quality Heats Up as EU Parliament Votes to Toughen Rules
European Cities Do Away with Traffic Signs
European Commission's Attempt To Backtrack On Its Promise To Defend Fundamental Rights In Upload Filter Implementations May Backfire Badly
European countries pledge huge expansion of North Sea wind farms
The European country where “replacement theory” reigns supreme
European Court of Human Rights Confirms: Weakening Encryption Violates Fundamental Rights
European court rules that Caster Semenya’s human rights were violated
European design firm
European Electricity Review 2023
European heatwave: what’s causing it and is climate change to blame?
European Human Rights Courts Rules That Encryption Backdoors Are Illegal Under European Law
Europe’s banks helped fossil fuel firms raise more than €1tn from global bond markets
Europe’s Biggest Pension Fund Issues ESG Warning to Banks
Europe’s climate warming at twice rate of global average, says report
Europe’s deepest mine to become giant gravity battery
Europe’s Energy Crisis That Isn’t
Europe’s fishing industry to battle with conservationists over bottom trawling
Europe’s New Trams Are Reviving a Golden Age of Transit
Europe’s olive oil supply running out after drought – and the odd hailstorm
Eurovision party 7pm Saturday 18 May 2013!
Eurovision Song Contest
Eurovision under the shadow of war: how the 2023 contest highlighted humanitarianism, empathy and solidarity
EV advocates frustrated as vehicle emissions can kicked down the road again
EV culture war: Ford Ranger driver arrested for vandalising four Tesla Superchargers
EV Explainer: Eight reasons to start driving an electric vehicle
EV incentives focused on urban centres leave rural Australians stranded with fossil fuels
EV policy and Australia's "Future Fuels Strategy"
The EV revolution is here. It’s happening on two wheels.
The EV Revolution Isn’t Dead Yet, Although Some Would Like You To Think So
The EV Revolution Isn’t Only Arriving on Four Wheels
EV shipping is set to blow internal combustion engines out of the water
Eva Orner on Chasing Asylum: ‘Every whistleblower that I interviewed wept’
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Evan Gershkovich: Wall Street Journal reporter latest in long line of journalists punished for doing their job
Evanston, Illinois Is the First City to Offer Reparations to Black Residents
Even After Its Own Data Protection Agency Said There’s No Safe Way To Do Age Verification, France Wants To Do Age Verification For The Internet
Even after the rains, Australia’s environment scores a 3 out of 10. These regions are struggling the most
Even as the fusion era dawns, we’re still in the Steam Age
Even Churchill used an OMG! ;-)
Even Dimming The Sun Wouldn't Save Antarctica's Ice Now, Scientists Say
Even dynamite could not destroy the people of the Budj Bim stones
Even experts struggle to tell which social media posts are evidence-based. So, what do we do?
Even far from the ocean, Australia’s drylands are riddled with salty groundwater. What can land managers do?
Even If Climate Change Wasn't Happening, Phasing Out Coal Is A 'No-Regret' Solution
‘Even Lucifer was using a fan’: Brazil bakes as mercilessly hot spring begins
Even many critics of the Rwanda deportation policy are missing the point of why it’s wrong
Even marine protected areas are in hot water
Even mild COVID can cause brain shrinkage and affect mental function, new study shows
Even mild COVID raises the chance of heart attack and stroke. What to know about the risks ahead
Even platypuses aren’t safe from bushfires – a new DNA study tracks their disappearance
Even Republicans like Richard Nixon were once champions of the environment. What happened?
Even temporary global warming above 2°C will affect life in the oceans for centuries
Even The Currents in The Ocean's Depths Can't Escape The Effects of Climate Change
Even vaccinated people can get long COVID
Even without new fossil fuel projects, global warming will still exceed 1.5℃. But renewables might make it possible
Event held in Japan to increase Wikipedia articles on women
Ever feel like your life is a performance? Everyone does – and this 1959 book explains roles, scripts and hiding backstage
Ever heard of ocean forests? They’re larger than the Amazon and more productive than we thought
Ever heard of the Maritime Continent? It’s not far from Australia – and channels heat around the world
Every Australian will be touched by climate change. So let’s start a national conversation about how we’ll cope
Every Book Lover Should Fear This Graph
Every country can make a difference – but carbon reductions need to be realistic and fair
Every COVID Infection Increases Your Risk of Long COVID, Study Warns
Every household will go on a journey of electrification. We can make that easier, or harder
Every new mom in this U.S. city is now getting cash aid for a year
Every Noise at Once
‘Every person deserves to rest in peace': American Muslims raising money to repair vandalized Jewish cemetery
Every Sci-Fi Movie in the 50s
Every science lab should have an artist on the team – here’s why
‘Every square inch is covered in life’: the ageing oil rigs that became marine oases
Every time Morrison invokes the 'Canberra bubble', he undermines parliament itself
Every Week, 2 Anonymous Students Sneak Into A Classroom And Proceed To Blow Everyone’s Mind.
Every worker is entitled to be safe at work, but casual workers can fall through the cracks
Everybody in dresses: Why does gender neutral clothing always mean ‘boy’ clothes for girls?
Everybody is asking for their art back
“Everybody Loves a Lover” Arlene & The Vantastix
Everybody Loves Walter
Everybody's Brain Knows How to Run a Tail
Everyone can be an effective advocate for vaccination: here’s how
Everyone Creates: New Empirical Data Shows Just How Much The Internet Has Enabled A New Creative Economy
‘Everyone else does it, so I can too’: how the false consensus effect drives environmental damage
Everyone In Denny’s Freezes When Dick Van Dyke Starts Belting ‘Chitty Chitty Bang Bang’
‘Everyone is looking for options’: Russian women fly to Argentina to give birth
Everyone to live 15 minutes from green space or water in England under plans
‘Everyone wants a piece’: Are electric vehicles Australia’s opportunity of a lifetime?
Everyone Wants You To Have Security, But Not from Them
Everyone was very excited to see the government’s new climate change plan!
Everyone's still looking for the copywriter behind these unnecessarily wordy spice labels
Everyone, everywhere: the global challenge of climate change
Everyone’s a sellout now
Everyone’s having a field day with ChatGPT – but nobody knows how it actually works
Everyone’s Mad At Cloudflare; Is There Room For Principled Takes On Moderation?
‘Everyone’s pretty gutted’: New Zealanders struggle to pick up pieces after Cyclone Gabrielle
Everything advertised on social media is overpriced junk
‘Everything has gone’: a world-first study looks at what happens when MPs lose their seats
Everything I Can Remember
Everything I Know About Storytelling I Learned From The BBC’s “Planet Earth II”
Everything Is A Remix (Full Film)
Everything is a Remix: Five Year Anniversary Celebration
Everything is coming together for launch of NASA’s mission to a metal asteroid
‘Everything is fake’: how global crime gangs are using UK shell companies in multi-million pound crypto scams
Everything is Open
‘Everything is over. Ciao!’ Death of a salesman loved by a city
Everything Made By an AI Is In the Public Domain
Everything Open 2023 March 14-16 2023
Everything That's Wrong With Social Media And Big Internet Companies: Part 1
Everything you ever wanted to know about building a secure password reset feature
Everything you need to know about Theresa May’s Brexit nightmare in five minutes
Everything You Think You Know About Politics Is Wrong
Everything you think you know about the Winchester Mystery House probably isn't true
Everything you've been told about plastic is wrong – the answer isn't recycling
‘Everything you’ve been told is a lie!’ Inside the wellness-to-fascism pipeline
‘Everything’s gone’: eerie silence on Enid Street provides a glimpse into Australia’s climate future
Evicted by Matthew Desmond review – what if the problem of poverty is that it’s profitable to other people?
Evidence Grows That Trump's Trade Wars Are Hitting U.S. Economy
The evidence is clear: A liquid-only diet before a colonoscopy is unnecessary
The evidence shows that chiropractors do more harm than good
Evil Mad Scientist Labs: Bat Costume
Evil Monkey’s Guide to Kosher Imaginary Animals
Evolution Is Not the Cause of Selfish Capitalism
Evolution not revolution: why GPT-4 is notable, but not groundbreaking
The Evolution of an Accidental Meme
Evolution of Dance by NAO robot
Evolution of Game Music - 1972-2018 | ALL 41 GAMES (Plus 3 New Games)
Evolution of Get Lucky [Daft Punk Chronologic cover by PV NOVA]
Evolution of Music - Pentatonix
The evolution of physical music formats - an interactive timeline
The evolution of self-driven cars
"Evolution Of Tap Dance" - Postmodern Jukebox ft. Sarah Reich
EVs Are at a Turning Point, It May Not Be What You Think
EVs Enhanced To Offer 16 Blade LFP Battery Packs For Nissan Leaf
EVs Take 55% Of The German Auto Market In December!
Ewok Karaoke
Ex-New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is chosen for Harvard fellowships
Ex-UN chief Ban Ki-moon says US healthcare system is 'morally wrong'
Excel 4, Yes Excel 4, Can Haunt Your Cloud Security
Excel autocorrect errors still plague genetic research, raising concerns over scientific rigour
‘Exceptional’ trove of 24 ancient statues found immersed in Tuscan spa
Excessive strip-searching shines light on discrimination of Aboriginal women in the criminal justice system
Excessive water extractions, not climate change, are most to blame for the Darling River drying
Excited Lioness Gleefully Greets the Man Who Raised Her with a Great Big Hug
Exclusive Clip: Michel Gagné Crafts an Epic Fox Tale in ‘The Saga of Rex’
Exclusive: 'locked-up' Saudi princesses' message for Obama
EXCLUSIVE: 100 years later, long-lost silent film found in Omaha parking lot
Exclusive: Brazil launches first anti-deforestation raids under Lula bid to protect Amazon
Exclusive: Citi, HSBC, Prudential hatch plan for Asian coal-fired closures – sources
Exclusive: Huge chunk of plants, animals in U.S. at risk of extinction
Exclusive: India amends power policy draft to halt new coal-fired capacity
Exclusive: Jungle Puppies Captured on Film for the First Time
EXCLUSIVE: Naomi Wu and the Silence That Speaks Volumes
EXCLUSIVE: On Election Eve, PM’s Office Gave $15m To Rich Party Donor From Money Set Aside To Tackle Black Poverty
Exclusive: Putin's plans to keep the Baltics in check
Exclusive: Trump-linked religious ‘extremists’ target women with disinformation worldwide
Excuse Us While We Kiss The Sky
Excuseflation: Monopolists will never let a good emergency go to waste.
Exercise bike inspired by Ukraine war provides backup power during emergencies
The existential crisis of peak car ownership
‘Existential threat to our survival’: see the 19 Australian ecosystems already collapsing
Exit Interview: I Curated Rare Books for a 200-Year-Old Library
Exit the Fatherland
Exoplanet photos
‘Exorbitant’ fees paid to academic publishers better spent on Australian research and education, report finds
Exoskeleton for farmers
Exotic, fifth state of matter created on the space station
The expansion of natural gas infrastructure puts energy transitions at risk
Expansive, exciting and free: how Zelda’s Tears of the Kingdom unlocks the potential of open world gaming
The Expedition 42 Poster!
Expensive dental care worsens inequality. Is it time for a Medicare-style ‘Denticare’ scheme?
Experience some of the world’s most beautiful places with Wiki Loves Earth 2022
Experience: I am the dullest man in Britain
Experience: I own the world’s oldest living cat
Experience: I’m a record-breaking wing-walker
Experience: my face became a meme
Experiments in folding
Expert: Iran protests are part of a long struggle for freedom and equality
Experts call for comprehensive mitigation strategy for Covid-19, RSV & influenza – Expert Reaction
Experts call on the G7 to adopt new conception and measures of prosperity
Experts Estimate The Scale of The Nord Stream Pipelines Methane Leak
Experts Explain Why We Need to Stop Treating Back Pain With Opioids
Experts grade Facebook, TikTok, Twitter, YouTube on readiness to handle midterm election misinformation
Experts Say Decades of Recycling Hype Has Backfired Dramatically
Experts say the net zero concept is often used to delay taking action against emissions
Experts Worry Active Shooter Drills In Schools Could Be Traumatic For Students
Explainer: Advances in LGBTQIA+ rights across Asia and the Pacific
EXPLAINER: Is Meloni a far-right firebrand or moderate?
Explainer: the complex question of Taiwanese independence
Explainer: what are Labor and the Coalition promising on an anti-corruption commission and what is the government’s record?
Explainer: what is Ramadan and why does it require Muslims to fast?
Explainer: what is the ‘tort of misfeasance’ and how might it apply in the case of robodebt?
Explainer: what was the Chinese laser attack about and why does it matter?
Explainer: why are Covid infection rates in Australia so high compared with other countries?
Explainer: why was the winner of Thailand’s election blocked from becoming prime minister?
Explaining White Privilege to a Broke White Person
Exploding carp numbers are ‘like a house of horrors’ for our rivers. Is it time to unleash carp herpes?
Explore Banned Books
Explore the FUN-damentals of coding and computing
Explore the Secret Lives of Animals With These Marvelous Maps
Exploring the mathematical universe – connections, contradictions, and kale
Exponential growth devours and corrupts
Exposed: How British Gas debt agents break into homes of vulnerable
Exposed: The smear tactics against wind and solar
Exposing Australia’s online trade in pest plants – we’ve found thousands of illegal advertisements
Exposure to humorous memes about anti-vaxxers boosts intention to get a COVID-19 vaccine, study finds
Exquisitely Detailed Watercolor and Pencil Illustrations of the Animal World in Miniature
Extinct but not gone – the thylacine continues to fascinate us
Extinct or just missing? The curious case of the native blue-grey mouse
Extinction alert issued over critically endangered vaquita
Extinction crisis: native mammals are disappearing in Northern Australia, but few people are watching
‘Extinction crisis’ of sharks and rays to have devastating effect on other species, study finds
Extinction obituary: why experts weep for the quiet and beautiful Hawaiian po’ouli
Extinction Rebellion and Attenborough put climate in spotlight
The Extinction Rebellion scorecard: what did it achieve?
Extinction Rebellion: Labor members say 'chilling' mass arrests have echoes of Bjelke-Petersen era
Extinction vs. Collapse: Does it matter?
Extinctions Might Screw Up Madagascar for 20 Million Years
‘Extinct’ parrots make a flying comeback in Brazil
Extra Sex Chromosomes in Men Seem to Be Much More Common Than We Realized
‘Extractivism’ is destroying nature: to tackle it Cop15 must go beyond simple targets
The Extraordinary Adventures of Adele Blanc-Sec
The extraordinary life and death of the world’s oldest known spider
Extraordinary Toroidal Vortices
'Extraordinary' 500-year-old library catalogue reveals books lost to time
Extreme Cute Alert
Extreme heat could put 40% of land vertebrates in peril by end of century
Extreme heat hurts human health. Its effects must be mitigated – urgently
Extreme heat in oceans ‘passed point of no return’ in 2014
Extreme heat waves threaten honeybee fertility and trigger sudden death
Extreme modding project adds a 61 TB SSD to Valve's Steam Deck
Extreme poverty rate dropped faster than ever during the past decades
Extreme Puppy Makeover - Prank it FWD
Extreme Sticky Notes Experiments
Extreme weather caused 18 disasters in US last year, costing $165bn
Extreme weather caused by climate change has damaged 45% of Australia’s coastal habitat
Extreme weather continues across Europe as further heatwave looms
Extreme weather is landing more Australians in hospital – and heat is the biggest culprit
Extremely Close up elephant bathing with my Gopro
Extremely cute handmade hats
Extremely Good Cat Learns to Copy Human Movements
Extremists use video games to recruit vulnerable youth. Here’s what parents and gamers need to know
Exxon scientists accurately forecast climate change back in the 1970s – what if we had listened to them and acted then?
Exxon's climate lie: 'No corporation has ever done anything this big or bad'
Exxon's Own Research Confirmed Fossil Fuels' Role in Global Warming Decades Ago
ExxonMobil's "Let's Deliver" Commercials Are Malicious Propaganda
ExxonMobil, Chevron and Toyota accused of being corporate "influencers" that are blocking action against global warming
Exxon’s new ‘advanced recycling’ plant raises environmental concerns
EY Oceania accused of potential conflict of interest over government contracts on climate policy
Eye on Climate Goals, China Names 15 Cities as New Energy Hubs
Eyes on the pies: how Mabel Normand, Chaplin’s mentor, changed cinema
Eyewitness: With Gillian Triggs on Christmas Island to inspect child detainees


Fable creator releases free RPG 'because everyone is poor and stressed'
Fable the Raven
Fabulon - Redgum
Fabulous Beasts - a new kind of game
Facebook Accused of 'Full-Frontal Suppression of Dissent' After Independent Media Swept Up in Mass Purge
Facebook And Google Finally Take First Steps On Road To Transparency About Content Moderation
Facebook ate and then ignored the news industry. It's hard, but we should leave it be
Facebook Bans White Nationalism and White Separatism
Facebook Derangement Syndrome: The Company Has Problems, But Must We Read The Worst Into Absolutely Everything?
Facebook from beyond the grave
Facebook Is Being Overrun With Stolen, AI-Generated Images That People Think Are Real
Facebook Is NOT The Internet; Stop Regulating As If It Was
Facebook Is So Sure Its Erroneous Blocking Of Music Is Right, There’s No Option To Say It’s Wrong
Facebook Manners And You
Facebook Only Cares About Facebook
Facebook pages fall quiet as administrators fear legal action over defamatory comments
Facebook Users Liable for All Comments Under Their Posts, According to Australia High Court
Facebook versus Australia: the government hands Facebook a free pass
Facebook's Latest Scandals: The Banality Of Hubris; The Messiness Of Humanity
Facebook's Privacy Problems Are Piling Up Too Quickly To Chronicle
Facebook, Twitter Consistently Fail At Distinguishing Abuse From Calling Out Abuse
Facebook: I want out
Facebook’s New Currency Has Big Claims and Bad Ideas
Facebook’s Not Designed to Create A “Global Community”
Faced With Fear, A Muslim Woman Makes A Stand — By Setting One Up
FaceRig videos
Facial recognition is on the rise – but the law is lagging a long way behind
Facial recognition isn't just bad because it invades privacy: it's because privacy invasions fuel discrimination
Facing a Future of Drought, Spain Turns to Medieval Solutions and ‘Ancient Wisdom’
Facing extinction, Tuvalu considers the digital clone of a country
Facing floods: What the world can learn from Bangladesh's climate solutions
Facing increasing pressure from customers, some miners are switching to renewable energy
Facing the Age of Chaos
Facing the Challenge of Online Harassment
The Fact That The US Intelligence Community So Readily Admits To Fantasies Of Killing Ed Snowden Shows Why They Can't Be Trusted
The Fact These Disney Princesses Look Strange Highlights a Huge Problem with Society
Fact-bombing by experts doesn’t change hearts and minds. But good science communication can
Fact-checking can actually harm trust in media: new research
Factcheck: 21 misleading myths about electric vehicles
Factoria Circular and their giant musical wheel
Factory farms of disease: how industrial chicken production is breeding the next pandemic
The facts about COVID in Australia
The facts about ‘boat people’ – The government & media are lying
Fader Automation Groove
Fail: our report card on the government’s handling of Australia’s extinction crisis
The Failed Promise of Trustlessness
The failed referendum is a political disaster, but opportunity exists for those brave and willing to embrace it
Failing to See, Fueling Hatred.
Failing union of capitalism and democracy fuels rise in inequality
‘Failure is not an option’: after a lost decade on climate action, the 2020s offer one last chance
Failure of Cop28 on fossil fuel phase-out is ‘devastating’, say scientists
Failures of the Cloud Czars
Fair representation in news makes multicultural Australians feel more at home: new research
Fair trade ebooks: how authors could double their royalties without costing their publishers a cent
Fairphone 2 hands-on: Modular phones are finally here
Fairtrade: study finds premium label does not always benefit workers on South African wine farms
Fairytale Portraits Of Redheads With A Red Fox By Uzbek Photographer
Faith in Daisy Chains
“Faith-based arguments that deal with climate change are a smokescreen that mask the real problem”
Fake climate negotiations produce real impacts
Fake Geek Guys: A Message to Men About Sexual Harassment
The "Fake Geek" is Not The Problem When It Comes to "Fake Geek Girls" by Chris Brecheen
The Fake News Pipeline: How A Small-Time Clickbait Farmer Is Spreading the Gospel of Big Oil
Fake Science
Fake Writer Girls!
Faking a Mandate
Falklands Falcons Are As Brainy As Cockatoos
The Fall of Google+
Falling felines: Keeping cats in high-rise flats safe
Falling Lithium Prices Are Making Electric Cars More Affordable
The Falling Man
The False Promise of Meritocracy
The Family Guide to Digital Freedom
Family of Discworld illustrator seek wealthy patron to conserve legacy of ‘one of the great artists of our time’
Family Of Marcel Duchamp Gets 3D Print Design For Duchamp Chess Set Removed Back Into History Over Copyright
‘Family Portrait’, Photos of Movie & Comic Book Characters Dressed Up & Posing Together for Classic Flemish Paintings
Family support protects trans young people – but their families need support too
Family violence perpetrators using COVID-19 as 'a form of abuse we have not experienced before'
Family-meal image wins international food photo contest
Famine should not exist in 2022, yet Somalia faces its worst yet. Wealthy countries, pay your dues
Famous artist says a painting isn't by him, gets sued for ruining its value
Famous first words: how celebrities made their way on to children's bookshelves
Famous Movie Data Visualizations
Famous Sounds
Fan Creates a Fantastic Parody Website for the Ministry of Magic from ‘Harry Potter’
Fan fiction: Creative river runs ever on
Fan films and the future of fantasy
Fan Prints of Humorous and Miscellaneous Subjects
Fan-O-Rama, The Live-Action Futurama Fan Film
Fanboys Hit the Shows: Taylor Swift, Def Leppard, 'Weird Al' Yankovic
Fans Aren’t Going To Pay For Music Anymore. And That’s Ok.
Fantagraphics 2014 Spring Season: 39 Graphic Novels & Books
Fantastic arctic fox: animal walks 3,500km from Norway to Canada
'Fantastic day for elephants': court rejects ivory ban challenge
The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore
The Fantastic Mr. Fox (2009 stop-motion feature film)
Fantastic Redesigns Of Women Characters By Women Science Fiction Artists
The Fantastic Ursula K. Le Guin
Fantastical plates of food art
Fantasy & Science Fiction giveaway
The Fantasy and Abuse of the Manipulable User
Fantasy Architecture
Fantasy Art
Fantasy food at exhibition by famed Japanese animator Studio Ghibli
Fantasy Webcomic: Gaia
Fan’s Rare Recordings Of Lost Beatles’ Performances Can’t Be Heard, Because Copyright Ruins Everything
Far right and extremist groups are targeting military veterans for recruitment. Does the ADF owe them a duty of care?
The far-reaching influence of Alaska's sea otters
Far-right voice opponents co-opt comments from controversial New Zealand speaker
Far-right ‘tradwives’ see feminism as evil. Their lifestyles push back against ‘the lie of equality’
The Far-Right's Culture Wars Are Just a Distraction So Oligarchs Can Keep Looting the Working Class
Farewell to the Internet’s Master Timekeeper: David Mills
Farewell Tolstoy, An African Giant
Farewell, #Queenoftheskies
Farm floods will hit food supplies and drive up prices. Farmers need help to adapt as weather extremes worsen
Farm robots ripping out weeds the old-fashioned way to reduce herbicide use, strengthen harvest
Farmed salmon or chicken? Environmental footprint research can guide eco-conscious consumers
Farmed seafood supply at risk if we don’t act on climate change
Farmer builds 36ft meerkat sculpture from bales of straw
Farmers are famously self-reliant. Why not use farm dams as mini-hydro plants?
Farmers ‘crippled’ by satellite failure as GPS-guided tractors grind to a halt
Farmers, Elephants, and Bees: A Winning Combination
Farming needs to adapt to climate change: PM
Fart Proudly
‘Fascinating and troubling’: Australians would rather save a single human life than prevent an entire species from becoming extinct
Fascinating Look at the World's First Steampunk Restaurant
The fascinating truth behind all those ‘great firewall of China’ headlines
The fascinating world of Voronoi diagrams
Fascism Is Not "That Which Hurts My Feelings"
Fascism Runs in My American Family
The Fascist Bogeyman
Fashion Meets Geek With New BioWare Line
Fashion of the Future
Fashion of the Future-ture-ture!
Fashion that’s begging for love: ‘Designers want to create meaningful stuff’
Fast charge with frites: McDonald’s in France gets 150-200kW EV chargers
Fast Fashion: Why garment workers’ lives are still in danger 10 years after Rana Plaza — Podcast
Fast Track - Simon's Cat
Faster disaster: climate change fuels ‘flash droughts’, intense downpours and storms
Faster Internet video
Faster with wings: Ghana’s immunisation rates soar in Zipline-served districts
The fastest growing metro in the US is looking to a shrinking reservoir to keep the boom going
The Fastest Maze-Solving Competition On Earth
Fatal heart attacks have surged in Australia. Here’s why
The fate of our planet depends on the next few days of complex diplomacy in Glasgow. Here’s what needs to go right
Fates of humans and insects intertwined, warn scientists
Fatigue Can Shatter a Person
Favourite Etsy's
Fawlty Towers gets a four-star facelift
FBI arrests two New Yorkers accused of running covert Chinese police station
FBI Checks Wrong Box, Places Student on No-Fly List
FCC bans robocalls using deepfake voice clones − but AI-generated disinformation still looms over elections
FDA Approves First Over-the-Counter Birth Control Pill
The FDA no longer requires all drugs to be tested on animals before human trials
FEAR & UNbalanced: Confessions of a 14-Year Fox News Hitman
Fear and loathing in South Africa: book examines how anxiety plays out in everyday life
Fear the Bogeyman: Sex Offender Panic on Halloween
Fear truly is the mind killer
The feared other: Peter Dutton's and Australia's pathology around race
THE FEARLESS FLYERS /// Introducing Delta Force
Fears many Australians will abandon home insurance as premiums jump 50% in high-risk areas
Fears of 'Collateral Damage to Democracy' as Trump Weighs Withdrawing From Global Postal Pact
Fears over Antarctic sea ice as yearly ozone layer hole forms ‘very early’
Feast your eyes on the winners of the Sony World Photography Awards 2024
Feast Your Eyes on These Soothing Pics Shortlisted For Astro Photographer of The Year
Feasts of Fiction
February Art Roundup: Trek Ladies, Potter Cards, & Squee-Worthy Owl Dolls!
Feckless Axios Fired A Reporter For Correctly Identifying DeSantis Propaganda
Fed-up school principal says critics ‘have no idea’
Federal Agency Busted in Elaborate Scheme to Sell Native American Land to Corporations
Federal agency erased data to hide mismanagement of Native American remains, says whistleblower
Federal budget: $160 million for nature may deliver only pork and a fudge
The federal government is planning to phase out single-use plastics at national parks
Federal Government’s $20 Billion Embrace of ‘Climate Smart’ Farming
The Federal Reserve Is Catastrophically Wrong About Climate Change
Fediverse and Scuttlebutt
Feeding 'Supplements' to Corals Could One Day Help to Regrow The Great Barrier Reef
Feeding the Revolution
Feeding Wildlife during drought and bushfires
Feel Good Stories of the Year
Feeling flat now you’re #BackToWork? A post-holiday slump is normal, but these clues signal it’s time for a new job
Feeling frozen? 4 out of 5 homes in southern Australia are colder than is healthy
Feeling helpless about climate change? This doco is the uplifting call to arms you need right now
Feeling lonely? Too many of us are. Here’s what our supermarkets can do to help
Felt made by hand - unique textile art by Gladys Paulus
Felt Synthesisers
Female artists earn less than men. Coming from a diverse cultural background incurs even more of a penalty – but there is good news, too
Female authors help broaden men's horizons
Female scientists found to be almost entirely absent from Australian high school curriculum
Feminism has failed and needs a radical rethink
Fence me in: the bold plan to save native species on Wilsons Promontory
Fennec Fox Adorably Chases Soap Bubbles Around a Giraffe-Print Blanket
Fennec Fox Digs Tunnel of Love
Feral cats to friendly pets as woman rehabilitates wild moggies wandering streets
Feral horses an ‘imminent threat’ that could cause extinction of several endangered Australian species, inquiry warned
Ferengi Rules of Acquisition [Full List*]
Ferrets: Man’s Other Best Friend
Ferrofluid kinetic sculpture
Fertilizer could be made much more sustainably
Festo's New Bionic Robots Include Rolling Spider, Flying Fox
Few Australians have the right to work from home, even after COVID. Here’s how that could change
‘Few other countries go to such lengths to deliberately inflict suffering’
Few restrictions, no spending limit, and almost no oversight: welcome to political advertising in Australia
Fewer children in England having teeth out since sugar tax began, study finds
Fewer of us are cycling – here’s how we can reverse the decline
The Feynman Lectures on Physics /
Fiber Optic Dress by Natalina
Fictional Victorian-era Robots
Field Trip - Simon's Cat
Fields of southern Ukraine could ‘turn into deserts’ after dam destruction
Fieldwork can be challenging for female scientists. Here are 5 ways to make it better
Fieldwork Fail: the Messy Side of Science
Fiery Death, A Trillion Dollars and 30 years of payback
FIFA won't recognise them. So this team can only watch on during the Women's World Cup
Fifteen Theses On The Clownfall
Fifty shades of open
Fifty States of Fear
Fifty Years of Tax Cuts for Rich Didn’t Trickle Down, Study Says
Fight at the Museum: Confronting Visitor Biases
Fight Fire With — AI? Artificial Intelligence Tackles Wildfires
‘Fight for our lives’: Fiji calls world leaders ‘selfish’ as it lays out climate crisis blueprint
The fight for the Galápagos: race to expand reserve as fishing fleets circle
The fight to preserve a 44,000-year-old painting
The fight to save the endangered southern brush-tailed rock wallaby
The fight to stop Nestlé from taking America's water to sell in plastic bottles
The Fight to Stop Poaching: What If We’ve Been Doing It Wrong?
‘Fight waste to fight hunger’: food banks embrace imperfection to feed millions in Brazil
Fighting climate change by tackling food waste
Fighting for the truth about climate change
Fighting hatred with hatred at Reclaim Australia rallies is a failure of progressive politics
Fighting junk fees is "woke"
Fighting Misogyny In The Gay Community
Fighting the Forces of Evil at the Dungeons & Dragons-Themed Picket Line in Hollywood
Figuratively Shiny: A Firefly Video
Figure Nausicaa
Fiji is officially ‘open for happiness’ – will that apply to its tourism workers too?
Fiji’s other crisis: away from the COVID emergency, political dissent can still get you arrested
Fika, four-week holidays – and zero overtime: Sweden’s stunningly healthy work culture
Filenames and Pathnames in Shell: How to do it Correctly
Fill Your New Kindle, iPad, iPhone, eReader with Free eBooks, Movies, Audio Books, Online Courses & More
Film Star
Filmmaker: Officials arrest Iran movie industry workers
Filmmakers fighting “Happy Birthday” copyright find their “smoking gun”
Filthy Lucre
"The Final Battle": A Road Trip through Trump's America
Final Call: Strange Blessings
The Final Days Of Japan's Most Incredible Arcade
Final donation for man whose blood helped save 2.4 million babies
The Final Pandemic Betrayal
Finalists Of The 2014 Wildlife Photographer Of The Year Competition Will Leave You Wanting More
Finally A Normal No-Frills Electric Car! BYD ATTO 3
Finally bold and imaginative: the first major redesign of the National Museum of Australia is a triumph
Finally, a breakthrough alternative to growth economics – the doughnut
Finally, A Climate Change Documentary That Will Get You Excited To Fix It
Finally, A Comedian Actually Got Cancelled
Finally, a Viral Post Generator for LinkedIn posts so you can spend more time on #career #goals
Finally, Australia sees video games are important – but it can’t be only because they make money
Finally, Presidential Candidates Are Talking About Poverty
Finally, she can speak
Finally: Countries Start To Rebel Against Corporate Sovereignty, But Ten Years Too Late
Finally: Danish Supreme Court Overrules Lower Courts On Newspaper’s Little Mermaid Cartoons
Finance caused the fall of Rome
Find a piano
Find out more about inequality
Finding a fix: Nigerian women lead drive to upcycle plastics
Finding Dory Isn't So Great for Our Fish Friends
Finding Infinity develops $100 billion zero-carbon strategy for Melbourne "that would pay for itself in less than 10 years"
Finding my way out of the fog
Finding Rover, An App That Uses Facial Recognition to Help Reunite Lost Dogs with Their Humans
Finding the Mother Tree: An Interview with Suzanne Simard
Finding the statistical fingerprints of election thieves
Finding Your Way in the World: Kiki’s Delivery Service and Whisper of the Heart
The Fine Art of Bullshit: Killed by Google
The Fine Print Society
Finger Nose
The Finkbeiner Test
Finland considers basic income to reform welfare system
Finland ends homelessness and provides shelter for all in need
Finland passes new, progressive trans rights laws on gender recognition
Finland sets world’s most ambitious climate target in law
Finland's homeless crisis nearly solved. How? By giving homes to all who need.
Finland: Thanked or Bombed Off the Planet?
Finland’s Position Is One of the Big Surprises of the Ukraine Invasion
Finland’s ‘visionary’ fight against disinformation teaches citizens to question what they see online
Finn Magee
Finnair is selling its airplane food in grocery stores
Finnish basic income pilot improved wellbeing, study finds
Finnish researchers win award for carbon-negative precast concrete
Finnish town offers locals cake (and other rewards) for cutting CO2 emissions
Finnish Wildlife Photographer Captures the Many Ways That Foxes Use Their Faces To Communicate
Fiona Hill: ‘Elon Musk Is Transmitting a Message for Putin’
Fiordichthys slartibartfasti
Fire (and lots of it): Berkeley researcher on the only way to fix cryptocurrency
Fire and flood: 'Whole areas of Australia will be uninsurable'
Fire at Kalka in APY Lands burns through 65,000 hectares in parts of SA, NT and WA
Fire authorities are better prepared for this summer. The question now is – are you?
Fire in northern Australia’s tropical savanna is a threat to endangered fairy-wrens
Fire is a chemical reaction. Here’s why Australia is supremely suited to it
Fire is consuming more than ever of the world’s forests, threatening supplies of wood and paper
Fire Juggling!
Fire management in Australia has reached a crossroads and ‘business as usual’ won’t cut it
Fire on the doorstep: how residents and firefighters from two states combined to save NSW-Qld border towns
Fire regimes around Australia shifted abruptly 20 years ago – and falling humidity is why
Fire Sprinklers in Kayabuki-no-Sato, Kyoto are Camouflaged as Huts
Fire-retardant paint first to protect homes from extreme fire conditions
Fire-smart farming: how the crops we plant could help reduce the risk of wildfires on agricultural landscapes
Fireball Fennec Fox at San Diego Zoo
Fireflies, brain cells, dancers: new synchronisation research shows nature’s perfect timing is all about connections
Firefly Poster Sets
The Firefly Season 2 Project
Firefly's Whole Cast Will Reunite for Firefly Online
Firefox crop circle
Firefox fights back
Firehouse Five and the Cinderella Surprise
Fires broke out in a Melbourne landfill site four years ago. Residents are still waiting for them to end
Fires burn on Sydney’s fringe in taste of hot summer ahead
Firevase is a vase that doubles as a fire extinguisher
'Firmageddon': Researchers find 1.1 million acres of dead trees in Oregon
First 100,000 KG Removed From the Great Pacific Garbage Patch
First all-new, electric commuter airplane takes flight at Moses Lake
First antenna is installed on Square Kilometre Array Low telescope, as traditional owners welcome project
First Arab female astronaut reaches space station
The first Asian screenwriter in Hollywood’s 1920s ‘dream factory,’ Winnifred Eaton, challenged its racism
The first Australian First Nations anthology of speculative fiction is playful, bitter, loud and proud
The first baby bison has been born in UK ‘rewilding’ program
First Came 'Furries' In Schools. Now There Are 'Fuzzies,' Says Grown Adult GOP US Senate Candidate
First cheetah cubs born in India since extinction 70 years ago
The First Computers in East Africa –and what became of them
The First Country in The World Has Given Legal Rights to Individual Wild Animals
First Criminal President: Donald Trump Didn’t Do It Alone
The First Crispr-Edited Salad Is Here
First Dog on the Moon: Why didn’t humanity save the planet? Perhaps they were busy
First Draft
The First Female Gamers
The first generation of solar panels will wear out. A recycling industry is taking shape
First Human-Pig Chimera Is a Step Toward Custom Organs
First malaria vaccine slashes early childhood mortality
The first modern pandemic
First Nation chief on the difference between 'freedom' and 'privilege'
First Nation declares protected area in northern B.C.'s Taku River watershed
First Nations children are still being removed at disproportionate rates. Cultural assumptions about parenting need to change
First Nations dancing as one, Yuin Nation gathers community
First Nations kids make up about 20% of missing children, but get a fraction of the media coverage
First Nations people have made a plea for ‘truth-telling’. By reckoning with its past, Australia can finally help improve our future
First Nations people must be at the forefront of Australia’s renewable energy revolution
First Nations-led child protection, independent police oversight amongst Yoorrook recommendations
The First New Vacuum Tube Computer Design For Well Over Half A Century
First Peoples in Victoria have a right to the truth about the impact of colonisation
First Peoples’ land overlaps with 130 imperilled bird species – and their knowledge may be vital to saving them
The first photograph of the entire globe: 50 years on, Blue Marble still inspires
First polar bear to die of bird flu – what are the implications?
First Rate, Second Grade, Party
First Rule Of Censorship Club Is You Don’t Talk About Censorship Club
The First Rule Of Owning A Toyota Tundra In Australia Is You’re Not Allowed To Talk About Your Toyota Tundra
The first socialist
First the floods, then the diseases – why NZ should brace for outbreaks of spillover infections from animals
First They Got Sick, Then They Moved Into a Virtual Utopia
First three marine areas receive highest levels of protection
The First Time My White Husband Witnessed Someone Discriminate Against Me for the Color of My Skin
First wearable heart ultrasound is powered by an AI brain
The First White President
The First Year of AI College Ends in Ruin
The first-ever drive from North to South pole is complete – and it was all-electric
First-Ever Fine Issued Over Space Junk
First-ever footage of wolves eating blueberries in Northern Minnesota
The first-ever mission to pull a dead rocket out of space has just begun
The first-ever survey on Australian attitudes towards space is out. So, what do we think?
Fish Below Your Feet and Other Solutions for a Living Harbor
Fish eggs return to Bangladesh’s Halda River following conservation efforts
Fish habitrail
Fish leather is here, it’s sustainable – and it’s made from invasive species to boot
The Fish That Gave Too Much
Fish Under Threat From Ocean Oxygen Depletion, Finds Study
Fished for their meat and liver oil, many remarkable deep-water sharks and rays now face extinction
Fisher Price's Iconic Toy Telephone Now Actually Makes Phone Calls
Fisheries: End to bottom fishing on protected deep-sea ecosystems in EU waters
Fishery collapse ‘confirms Silent Spring pesticide prophecy'
Fishing communities create marine refuges to protect Chile’s biodiversity
Fishing for data: commercial fishers help monitor rising temperatures in coastal seas
Fishing net deaths of endangered sea lions drastically reduced in SA
Fisker Ocean: The Cure To Boring Overpriced SUVs?
Five big challenges for Lula’s presidency of Brazil
Five Black British figures history forgets
Five Classic SF Works About Cosmic Warmongering
The five corrupt pillars of climate change denial
Five COVID Numbers That Don’t Make Sense Anymore
The five data retention lies you were told
Five Destructive Myths Perpetuated by Roleplaying Games
Five games about cats for you to try
Five hotspots where floating plastic litter poses the greatest risk to North Atlantic marine life – new study
Five Journalists and Pop Star Denise Ho Arrested in Hong Kong for Sedition
Five key moments in the crushing of Afghan women's rights
The Five Letter Word That Spells the End of Societies
Five myths about capitalism
Five Myths About Young People and Social Media
Five new puppy owners who can't contain their happy tears
Five of the world’s tiniest robots
Five options for restoring global biodiversity after the UN agreement
Five reasons to heat your home using infrared fabric
Five Sci-Fi Children's Books
Five SF Stories Set in Eco-Friendly Futures
Five Shocking Animal Hybrids That Truly Exist in Nature, From Narlugas to Grolar Bears to Coywolves
Five Signs Your Story Is Sexist – Against Men
Five species face immediate concern of extinction, scientific committee warns Labor
Five things we learned about the state of the planet at the world’s biggest meeting of biodiversity experts
Five things you need to know about the Ottoman empire
Five unbelievably cool research facilities (DD)
Five Vintage SF Anthologies That Are Too Good to Be Forgotten
Five Vintage SFF Novels That Are Too Good to Be Forgotten
Five women building peace that you should know
Five Worlds of AI (a joint post with Boaz Barak)
Five Years of Staring Into the Sun
Five years on, Brisbane’s e-scooters and e-bikes are winning over tourists and residents as they open up the city
The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot
Fixing broken flood gauges is important. But most of us don’t evacuate even when we know the water is coming
Fizzy and Frank
The Flashlight-Wielding, Frog-Taxiing Guardians of Spring’s ‘Big Night’
Flatpack: Fix the Future - Optimistic Apocalyptic Roleplaying
Fleeing bloodshed in Gaza, Palestinians arriving in Australia find they have no place to call home
The Fleeting Utopia: Navigating The Euphoria Of New Digital Communities
Fletcher Capstan Tables
Fleuron: A Database of Eighteenth-Century Printers' Ornaments
Flexible Electroluminescent Lighting
Flight Attendant Garb
The Flight of the Birdman: Flappy Bird Creator Dong Nguyen Speaks Out
Flight Report: Aloft in a Zeppelin Airship
Flight to Survive
"Flightline" hand-crafted PC case
Flipcharts on 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown
Flirtation or sexual harassment? Here's how to tell the difference
Flirting with Magic
The Floating Health Clinics Delivering Care to Isolated Island Dwellers
Floating PV reduces water evaporation in Brazilian reservoir by 60%
Floating Seawer Skyscraper Rids The World’s Oceans Of Plastic While Generating Clean Energy
Floating Solar Farms Are a Game Changer
Floating solar farms could cool down lakes threatened by climate change
Floating solar farms: what are they and can they help us reach net zero?
Floating solar panels could completely power thousands of cities
Floating Solar Panels Turn Old Industrial Sites Into Green Energy Goldmines
Floating spiders and insect-eating plants: leaky dams revive Dorset’s bogs
The FLOK Society Project: Making The Good Life Possible Through Good Knowledge
Flood protection based on historical records is flawed – we need a risk model fit for climate change
Flood warning: NZ’s critical infrastructure is too important to fail – greater resilience is urgently needed
Flooded and forgotten: How Europe's disused coal mines are successfully being used to heat our homes
Flooding in Pakistan shows that climate adaptation requires international support and regional co-operation
Floods and environmental flows a boon for south-east Australia’s waterbirds, survey shows
Floods and mudslides kill six in Japan as scientists warn extreme rainfall events will get worse
Floods are natural, but human decisions make disasters. We need to reflect on the endless cycles of blame
Floods can be a disaster for humans – but for nature, it’s boom time
The floods have killed at least 21 Australians. Adapting to a harsher climate is now a life-or-death matter
Floods in Victoria are uncommon. Here’s why they’re happening now – and how they compare to the past
Floods left thousands without power. Microgrids could help communities weather the next disaster
Floods turn world’s biggest heavy metal festival into mudbath
Floods, cyclones, thunderstorms: is climate change to blame for New Zealand’s summer of extreme weather?
Flop rock: inside the underground floppy disk music scene
Floral print tools
Florence Bell died unrecognised for her contributions to DNA science – decades on female researchers are still being sidelined
Florida Department of Health altered data to make vaccines look dangerous
The Florida Neighborhood Hurricanes Can’t Gentrify
Florida schools plan to use only excerpts from Shakespeare to avoid ‘raunchiness’
Florida Turtle Nests Are Recovering. When They Hatch, Expect Mostly Girls.
Floridians should slow down for the rarest whales on Earth
Floss the dog goes on epic Australian road trip to find home, with animal shelters inundated amid rental crisis
Flowchart: How not to design a "woman’s" tech product
Flower @ danmala: mandala art
Flower-Power Could Help Clear Land mines
Flowers Are Evolving to Self-Pollinate, And It Could Be a Big Problem
Flowers Opening Timelapse
Flu cases are on the rise across Australia. Do I need a winter vaccination?
Flu may be back, but COVID is far from over. How do they compare?
Flu or COVID? You can now test for both at home with a single swab. Here’s what you need to know
Flu, COVID-19 jabs encouraged before a ‘triple pandemic’ arrives
Fluffier, Brighter, Weirder Dinosaurs
Fluffy Black Cats Adorably Illustrated as Expressive Balls of Fur
Fly Glass Wings
Fly Glass Wings!
Fly infertility shows we’re underestimating how badly climate change harms animals
Fly me to the moon
Fly Me to the Saitama (Tonde Saitama) international theatrical trailer - Hideki Takeuchi movie
Fly season: what to know about Australia’s most common flies and how to keep them away
Flying around the Earth
Flying cars
Flying drones and chasing data, Indigenous women in Guyana join fight against climate change
Flying electric cars have landed and there will be races in late 2020
The FLYING electric taxi that costs as much as an Uber! Vertical VX4 eVTOL
Flying foxes pollinate forests and spread seeds. Here’s how we can make peace with our noisy neighbours
Fwd: flying silently through the skies with tamed hawks in Nepal
Flying under the radar: Australia’s silent and growing competition crisis
The Focal Camera Is An Awesome Open-Source DIY Modular Camera System
Focusing on Food Miles is a Mistake
Fodor’s No List 2023
Fodor’s No List 2024
Folding electric scooter can be carried in the hand or in a backpack
The Follower
Following the Voice failure, Indigenous politicians are calling for the UN’s Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples to be implemented. What is it and what would it mean?
The folly of making art with text-to-image generative AI
Folly, Vice, and Madness
food and fat
The food animation (Alimation) of Alexandre DUBOSC
Food apartheid: the root of the problem with America's groceries
Food Art
The food in "Final Fantasy XV" looks amazing
Food prices will climb everywhere as temperatures rise due to climate change – new research
Food security at risk as web of life unravels
Food Shortages From Climate Crisis Expected in Decades, Experts Fear
Food waste cafes and urban orchards: five ways people are building a new economy
Food, feed and fuel: global seaweed industry could reduce land needed for farming by 110m hectares, study finds
For #nerdy9th, I'm going to share my love of the TV series Japanology.
For $50, you can build a custom Android or Linux mini-computer
For 'BoJack Horseman,' It Matters If A Cartoon Dog Is A Man Or A Woman
For 110 years, climate change has been in the news. Are we finally ready to listen?
For 18 years, I thought she was stealing my identity. Until I found her
For 1st time, Indonesia government recognizes ancestral forests in Aceh — but only some
For 20 years, Comoros had only 1 national park. It’s now creating 5 more
For 50 Years, Tech Companies Have Tried to Increase Diversity by Fixing People Instead of the System
For a fairer greener Melbourne, take a bite from the doughnut
For A Modest Personality Trait, ‘Intellectual Humility’ Packs A Punch
For a New Generation of Fish Farmers, the Ocean is Becoming Obsolete
For Amusement Only: the life and death of the American arcade
For an Inclusive Culture, Try Working Less
For Australia to lead the way on green hydrogen, first we must find enough water
For Burlington, Vermont, Going 100% Renewable Was Just the Start
for cat lovers
For China’s Auto Market, Electric Isn’t the Future. It’s the Present.
For Decades, Our Coverage Was Racist. To Rise Above Our Past, We Must Acknowledge It
For democracy's sake, give power to the people
For domestic violence victim-survivors, a data or privacy breach can be extraordinarily dangerous
For First Time Ever, Scientists Identify How Many Trees to Plant and Where to Plant Them to Stop Climate Crisis
For Four Years I Was “Randomly Selected”for Special Security Checks at Airports Throughout the U.S.
Fwd: [NextNow] [for fun - and to test your ability to understand!]: Dementia Test-No Cheating
For generations, killer whales and First Nations hunted whales together. Now we suspect the orca group has gone extinct
For Good Men To See Nothing
For hydrogen to dominate the low-carbon world, batteries must fail
For Indian Farmers, Artificial Glaciers Are a High-Altitude Antidote to Drought
For Indigenous Peoples With Deep Ties to the Land, Climate Change Is Personal
For International Youth Day, three youth conservation success stories
For Joe Biden, the indictment of Donald Trump carries a heavy responsibility – and a risk
For kids of all ages and lover's of life
For Linux Enthusiasts Especially, The Steam Deck Is An Incredible & Fun Device
For lobster industry, $82M right whale study grant is a hopeful sign
For Low-Income Victims, Nuisance Laws Force Ultimatum: Silence Or Eviction
For More Sustainable Affordable Housing, Just Add Mushrooms
For Mother's Day
For Muslim refugees in immigration detention, another sombre, isolated Eid holiday
For Obama, an Unexpected Legacy of Two Full Terms at War
For one tide only: modernist sandcastles – in pictures
For Outdoor Workers, Learning About Heat Protection Is a Lifesaver
For Parents Stressed by a Crying Baby, Help Is on the Way
For People in Prison, Career Training Begins in a Virtual World
For punctuation nerds
For remote Aboriginal families, limited phone and internet services make life hard. Here’s what they told us
For research, we pretended to be crooks and terrorists and tried to buy shell companies. The results were disturbing.
For richer, for poorer: how married CEOs are less prone to risky investing and insider trading
For sale: Swiss Scrooge McDuck swimming pool/vault full of shiny coins
For sharing a scientific paper, a young researcher faces jail time
For Some Native Americans, Uranium Contamination Feels Like Discrimination
For some transgender students, the school bathroom is a battleground
For some workers, low-paying jobs might be more of a dead end than a stepping stone
For the First Time in More Than 20 Years, Copyrighted Works Will Enter the Public Domain
For the Housing Market’s Greenest Buyers, ‘Earthships’ Are Taking Off
For the Love of Culture
For the Love of God, Stop Microwaving Plastic
For the Love of Money
For the person who has everything
For the sake of life on Earth, we must put a limit on wealth
for the thrill of a lifetime...maybe not
For the traumatised Australian children escaping Syrian detention camps, help here will be life-changing
For third year in a row, Trump’s budget plan eliminates arts, public TV and library funding
For those in science
for those of you that watch the Discovery Channel...they have a bunch of spoofs to watch!
For Trump, the cruelty is the point. But it’s actually worse than that.
For US Independence Day, January 6th Hearings Reveal Authoritarianism’s Achilles Heel
For Valentino Dixon, a wrong righted
For volunteers, repopulating Chesapeake Bay with oysters is personal
For Want of a Dollar
For World 'Intellectual Property' Day, A Reading From Thomas Macaulay
For years, Japan tried to keep their existence a secret, but the Ainu people refuse to disappear
For you cat owners with senses of humor...
The Forbes Fictional Fifteen
The Force Awakens Soundtrack on Vinyl Has Spinning Holograms Etched Into the Records
THE FORCE: A musical tribute to Princess Leia
Forced Out: The Electrical Engineer
The forces driving ‘white fright’
Forcing Kids To Stick To Gender Roles Can Actually Be Harmful To Their Health
Forcing people to repay welfare ‘loans’ traps them in a poverty cycle – where is the policy debate about that?
The Forest Beyond
Forest Fantasy Toadstools And Ladybirds Inside Cake
Forest Islands in The Amazon Host Unique Ecosystems, But They're Doomed
Forest regeneration that earned multimillion-dollar carbon credits resulted in fewer trees, analysis finds
Forests in the tropics are critical for tackling climate change – yet the people showing how are being exploited
Forests with multiple tree species are 70% more effective as carbon sinks than monoculture forests, study finds
‘Forever chemicals’ have made their way to farms. For now, levels in your food are low – but there’s no time to waste
Forget 'The Kids These Days'; It's The Adults And Their Moral Panics To Worry About
‘Forget about your worries or dying’
‘Forget all the excuses’: Arnold Schwarzenegger expresses regret over groping claims
Forget Comcast. Here’s The DIY Approach to Internet Access.
Forget Crop Circles!
Forget JobSeeker. In our post-COVID economy, Australia needs a ‘liveable income guarantee’ instead
Forget massive seawalls, coastal wetlands offer the best storm protection money can buy
Forget net zero – let’s have a ‘fossil freedom day’
Forget plans to lower emissions by 2050 – this is deadly procrastination
Forget Quibi. Chinese streamers are hooking Americans with werewolf love triangles
Forget Survival of the Fittest: It Is Kindness That Counts
Forget the conspiracies, 15-minute cities will free us to improve our mental health and wellbeing
Forget the Rules! Come play instead!
Forget the rules! Voting ends 9am Thursday
Forget Where's Wally
Forgiveness requires more than just an apology. It requires action
Forgiveness, Apologies, and Just Relations
‘Forgotten archive’ of medieval books and manuscripts discovered in Romanian church
The Forgotten Kenyans Who Excavated Ancient Monuments
The Forgotten Life of Einstein's First Wife
Forgotten Muppet Stuff
The forgotten oil ads that told us climate change was nothing
Fork the Economy
Former Apple designers say the company has lost 'the fundamental principles of good design'
Former Gun Company Executive Explains Roots of America’s Gun Violence Epidemic
Former Hertz Employee Says Company Is Outsourcing Its Collection Efforts To Law Enforcement
Former IT salesman: 'In part I blame the American mindset that took hold'
Former neo-Nazi and counter-violent extremism experts issue warning to Australia
Former Patent Troll Admits That Patent Trolls Are Bad For Business And Innovation
Former Refrigerator Manufacturer Says Companies Using Open Source, Royalty-Free Video Technology Must Pay To License 2,000 Patents
Former Shipbuilder Creates Spectacular Wooden Bathtubs That Resemble Small Vessels
Former Teacher Shares Genius Game That Teaches Kids Politics And Economics
Former World Leaders Urge Ratification of Nuclear Arms Ban Treaty
The Formula for Green Eggs and Ham
Formula Pi - Self-driving robot racing with the Raspberry Pi
'Formula Zero' racing
Fort Knutz – Squirrels Go All Mission Impossible
Fortescue electric excavator reaches million tonnes milestone, outperforms diesel
Fortified with Coconuts, ‘Living’ Shorelines Are Stopping Coastal Erosion
‘Fortress USA’: How 9/11 produced a military industrial juggernaut
Fortunate Son
Forty-Five: A Republic, if you can keep it
Forty-two Indigenous-led conservation projects across Canada receive federal funding to protect more nature
FOSS wins again: Free and Open Source Communities comes through on 19th Century Newspapers (and Books and Periodicals…)
FOSSDA: Preserving the history of open-source and free software
Fossil CO₂ emissions hit record high yet again in 2023
Fossil fuel cars make 'hundreds of times' more waste than electric cars
Fossil Fuel Companies Want Governments To Pay $18 Billion For Bringing In Laws Tackling The Climate Crisis Largely Caused By Fossil Fuel Companies
Fossil fuel companies won’t save us from climate change. We need governments to step up
Fossil fuel emissions to peak within two years as global decarbonization picks up steam
'Fossil Fuel Exit Strategy' Shows Transition to Renewable Future Totally Doable
Fossil fuel firms could be tried in US for homicide over climate-related deaths, experts say
Fossil fuel giants play home ground advantage as climate COP despairs about 1.5°C
The Fossil Fuel Industry Is a Jobs-Killer
Fossil fuel industry may have lost power, but it’s still got its foot on the brakes
Fossil fuel industry says it understands climate risks. But just doesn’t care
Fossil Fuel Investments Hold Back Portfolios, New Report Finds
Fossil fuel misinformation may sideline one of the most important climate change reports ever released
Fossil fuel production on track for double the safe climate limit
Fossil fuel projects awaiting approval could blow Australia’s ‘carbon budget’ tenfold, climate groups say
Fossil Fuel Subsidies Surged to Record $7 Trillion
Fossil Fuels Are Wildly More Expensive Than Previously Thought, Study Says
Fossil fuels being subsidised at rate of $13m a minute, says IMF
Fossil fuels fall to record low in power grid as renewables hit new high
Fossil gas death spiral: Regulator caps exit fee to “socialise” cost of mass disconnection
Foster an Orphan Elephant
Fostering Innovation in Web Security
Fotovergleich: Berlin mit und ohne Mauer
‘Foul and loathsome’ or jewels of the natural world? The complicated history of human-frog relations
Foul-mouthed Minions? Some myths about children and swearing
Found in a Trunk: The Lost Avant-Garde Movement that came Decades before Dada
Found in Translation
Found in Translation - Why "Kemono Friends" is Great Sci-fi
The four astronauts NASA picked for the first crewed moon mission in 50 years
Four Black women who have advanced human rights
Four Charts Reveal Seismic Shifts in Global Energy Within One Lifetime
Four Climate Scientists on How to Take On Climate Change Today
Four delicious reasons to make Hampton Park your next dinner destination
Four Great Myths of the McCarthy Era
Four health-conscious cities putting pedestrians first
Four Indie Games You Should Play
Four New Seamounts Discovered in the High Seas
Four on climate change
Four Reasons Why Digital Transformation Matters for the Community Services Sector
Four reasons why restoring nature is the most important endeavour of our time
Four seismic climate wins show Big Oil, Gas and Coal are running out of places to hide
Four States Enact Extended Producer Responsibility Laws for Packaging
The Four Undramatic Plot Structures
Four ways AI is making the power grid faster and more resilient
Four ways you can design social media posts to combat health misinformation
The four ways your social network is different to real life networks
Four years after Fukushima, just one man lives in the exclusion zone – to look after the animals
Four years on: the career costs for scientists battling long COVID
Four-day week trial ends and some firms make it permanent
Four-day week: 3,000 employees in the UK to take part in the biggest trial of its kind
Four-day work week to be trialled in Dominican Republic
The four-day workweek works
The Fourth Annual Academics with Cats Awards 2017 – Winners!
Fourth Australian state to allow heavy duty electric trucks on some major routes
The Fourth Industrial Revolution: a seductive idea requiring critical engagement
The fourth leading cause of death in the US? Cumulative poverty
Fourth of July overshadowed by 16 mass shootings across US
The Fox News Theory of Art
Fox News' Bizarre Crusade to Convince Viewers That Children Are Dangerous
Fox News’s ‘vitriolic lies’ threaten democracy, says disinformation expert suing channel
[OzFurry] Fox on a trampoline!
Fox Pups Playing with Dog's Ball
Fox Village In Japan Is Probably The Cutest Place On Earth
Fox Village in Zao Japan! 蔵王きつね村・kitsune mura
Foxes That Endure Despite a Lack of Genetic Diversity
Foxtail - classic point and click adventure game
FoxType Sentence Tree
Fractal Cutlery
Fractal drawers
Fractional Reserve Crypto-Banking
Fractured foundations: how Antarctica’s ‘landfast’ ice is dwindling and why that’s bad news
Fraggle Rock 30th Anniversary — Ask a Fraggle!
Fraggle Rock!!!
Fragranced Products Could Hurt Your Health
The Framework Laptop
Framework Laptop 13 review: cracking modular PC gets all-round upgrade
The Framework Laptop 16 is trying to bring back snap-on removable batteries
Framework Laptop 16 review: the ultimate in modular PCs
Framework Laptop Teardown: 10/10, But is it Perfect?
Framework Previews 16-inch Laptop With Upgradeable Graphics, Adds Ryzen Mainboards
Framework’s Latest Upgrade Shows a Promising Future for the Self-Repairable Laptop Brand
France backs plans for tribunal for Russian officials over Ukraine war
France becomes first European country to ban fossil fuel ads - but does the new law go far enough?
France implements compulsory composting. Here’s how it will help slash emissions
France Is Freeing Fruit and Veg from Its Plastic Prison
France is raising taxes on flights to pay for trains: Should other European countries do the same?
France riots: when police shot a teenager dead, a rumbling pressure cooker exploded
France struggled to relinquish Algeria as a nuclear test site, archives reveal
France to Airlines: Go Green If You Want a Bailout
France to ban smoking on beaches and public parks
France to require all large parking lots to be covered by solar panels
France votes to ban deep-sea mining in its waters: Why is this practice so controversial?
France Will Spend €2 Billion To Double Bike Lanes, Expand Cycling
France's new medieval castle
France’s browser-based website blocking proposal will set a disastrous precedent for the open internet
Francois Macre - Starlight
Frank Gehry’s Luma Arles tower to open in south of France
Franka: A Robot Arm That’s Safe, Low Cost, and Can Replicate Itself
Franklin Frye Died in Custody After Serving 45 Years Over a $20 Necklace
Franz Kafka’s It’s a Wonderful Life
Freaky Dates
Frederick McCubbin’s descendants back protesters who defaced artwork
"Frederick Noronha (FN)": <nettime> GNU/LinuxIndia Sept 2004
Free Access To Academic Papers For Everyone In India: Government Proposes 'One Nation, One Subscription' Approach As Part Of Major Shift To Openness
Free Access To Dozens of Anonymous VPNs Via New University Project
Free Admission – Twelve of Tokyo’s Best Kept Secrets
Free and discounted ebooks
Free and Open Source Software internships for women
Free Anime DVD from Madman
Free book: The best of Quora 2010-2012
Free broadband: internet access is now a human right, no matter who pays the bills
Free Bus Passes Are Giving Indian Women More Financial Freedom
Free Comic Book Day
Free Comic Book Day 2007
Free Comic Book Day 2009
Free culture and the gender gap
Free eBooks
Free eBooks from Del Rey
Free Guide to Scribus Can Quickly Give You Publishing Prowess
Fwd: Free Hugs by Juan Mann
The Free Learning List
Free Music: Kevin MacLeod Composes for the Internet
[Free Pattern] Adorable Fierce Little Dragon
Free public education
Free Sci-Fi Anthology About the Future of Solar Power from Arizona State University
Free SF Classics
Free software and fashion tech
Free sound samples from NASA
Free Speculative Fiction Online
Free Speech and Hate Speech
Free Speech and the Paradox of Tolerance
Free speech or ‘genocide cheering’? Ukranian authors withdraw from Adelaide Writers’ Week
The Free Store Wellington
Free stuff!
Free to be... You and Me
Free travel expanded for homeless and disadvantaged Victorians
Free Wallpapers
Free, open-source mod lets TI graphing calculator make sweet 1-bit music
Free-to-air group rubbishes claims Australian government wants to ‘control your TV’
Freedom of information laws are key to exposing AI wrongdoing. The current system isn’t up to the task
Freedom of what?
Freedom Ship, City at Sea
Freedom: the government's inconsistent approach
FreedomFI: Do-it-yourself open-source 5G networking
Freeing Mickey, Unconstitutionally
Freexian: Debian Long Term Support
Freight train derails in wet Victorian paddock, investigation underway
The French Democracy
French Film Company Somehow Trademarks 'Planet', Goes After Environmental NGOs For Using The Word
French Government Takes 172 Million Euros From Citizens To Pay Publisher For Access To Research Public Already Paid For Once
French insurer AXA vows to stop insuring fossil fuel-dependant companies
French policing called into question again after brutal arrest at peaceful march
French publisher arrested in London on terrorism charge
French Repair Index: One Year Later
French riots follow decades-old pattern of rage, with no resolution in sight
French ski resorts risk becoming hooked on artificial snow
French theatre's Sixties rebel child still going strong 50yrs on
French to get bonus to make do and mend clothes
French uranium mine leaves 20 million tonnes of radioactive waste in Niger
French woman tackles Islamophobia in four steps
Frequently Asked Questions About Time Travel
Fresh COVID wave threatens Christmas for third year in a row
Fresh Off the 3D Printer: Henry Segerman’s Mathematical Sculptures
Freshwater habitats have super high biodiversity for tiny area
Friday cuteness
Friday essay: 1 in 25 Australians have been estranged from their families. True stories about this can make people feel less alone
Friday essay: 60 years old, the Yirrkala Bark Petitions are one of our founding documents – so why don’t we know more about them?
Friday essay: a rare bird — how Europeans got the black swan so wrong
Friday essay: a slave state - how blackbirding in colonial Australia created a legacy of racism
Friday essay: a world of pain – Australian theatre in crisis
Friday essay: Australia may ban WeChat – but for many Chinese Australians, it’s their ‘lifeline’
Friday essay: Australia’s dangerous obsession with the Anglosphere
Friday essay: blind people are often exhausted by daily prejudice – but being blind is ‘inherently creative’
Friday essay: can marriage be feminist? – a ‘hopeless romantic’ says no, but a same-sex newlywed says yes
Friday essay: cancellation or conflicted joy – grappling with the work of our ‘art monsters’
Friday essay: do readers dream of running a bookshop? Books about booksellers are having a moment – the reality can be less romantic
Friday essay: empathy or division? On the science and politics of storytelling
Friday essay: from angry gods and fertile myths to battleships and new technologies – how the wind shapes our world
Friday essay: George Orwell is everywhere, but Nineteen Eighty-Four is not a reliable guide to contemporary politics
Friday essay: how a bike accident changed me, by a philosopher of hope
Friday essay: how do I understand who I am, when my family have hidden themselves from recent history?
Friday essay: how many climate crisis books will it take to save the planet?
Friday essay: how policies favouring rich, older people make young Australians Generation F-d
Friday essay: how the West betrayed Syria
Friday essay: how the West discovered the Buddha
Friday essay: if the world’s systems are ‘already cracking’ due to climate change, is there a post-doom silver lining?
Friday essay: in an age of catastrophe is there still a place for utopian dreams? Or might our shared vulnerability be the key?
Friday essay: invisible no more – putting the first women archaeologists of the Pacific back on the map
Friday essay: jilted lovers could once sue for breach of promise – did we lose something in abolishing this law?
Friday essay: matrilineal societies exist around the world – it’s time to look beyond the patriarchy
Friday essay: neither a monster nor a saint … Sir Samuel Griffith, Queensland’s violent frontier and the rigours of truth-telling
Friday essay: on birds — feathered messengers from deep time
Friday essay: Our utopia … careful what you wish for
Friday essay: romance fiction rewrites the rulebook
Friday essay: searching for sanity in a world hell-bent on destruction
Friday essay: Sex, power and anger — a history of feminist protests in Australia
Friday essay: shaping history – why I spent ten years studying one Wikipedia article
Friday essay: Simon During on the demoralisation of the humanities, and what can be done about it
Friday essay: single parenting with a disability – how my 9-year-old daughter became my carer in shining armour
Friday essay: the forgotten female soldiers who fought long ago – and why their stories matter today
Friday essay: the guitar industry’s hidden environmental problem — and the people trying to fix it
Friday essay: the koala – when it’s smart to be slow
Friday essay: Tongerlongeter — the Tasmanian resistance fighter we should remember as a war hero
Friday essay: trees have many stories to tell. Is this our last chance to read them?
Friday essay: we knew we were Bundjalung – but I was shocked to discover a pardoned convict slave trader among my ancestors
Friday essay: what the migrant workers who made my iPhone taught me about love
Friday essay: why soldiers commit war crimes – and what we can do about it
Friday essay: why we need children’s life stories like I Am Greta
Friday essay: will the perfect men’s dress ever exist – and would men wear it?
Friday essay: ‘but we already had a treaty’ – Tom Griffiths on a little known 1889 peace accord
Friday essay: ‘I feel my heart breaking today’ – a climate scientist’s path through grief towards hope
Friday essay: ‘I hope eventually to become a woman’ – trans life in Australia from the 1940s to 1970s
Friday essay: ‘I said no’ – Nie’s refusal and the troubling question of Pacific slavery in Australia
Friday essay: ‘I trained to be an engineer … now I am a pickle seller’. What does migration do to a wife?
Friday essay: ‘killed by Natives’. The stories – and violent reprisals – behind some of Australia’s settler memorials
Friday essay: ‘not for me’ – Amy Thunig on the stigma of having a dad in ‘lock-up’, and the embrace of Indigenous academia
Fridays for Future: Greta’s school strikes led a third of Swiss citizens to change their habits
The Friend
'Friendliest,' not fittest, is key to evolutionary survival, scientists argue in their new book
Friendly Mentors Help Ukrainians Find Their Footing in Vilnius
Friendly Robots of the Soviet Union
‘Friends for life’: how living with locals helped refugees feel at home in a new country
Friends Without Benefits
The Friendship
Friendship Is a Lifesaver
‘Frightening’ number of plant extinctions found in global survey
Frog Fractions
Frog Migration: Omen to China Earthquake Disaster
The Frogs Vanished, Then People Got Sick. This Was No Harmless Coincidence.
From 1m trees to a tree graveyard: how Dubai’s conservation plans went awry
From 3 to 2D Art
From 30 Million Cases to Zero
From 300,000 rabbits to none: a Southern Ocean island is reborn
From a 30sqm house to a slice of urban parkland: Australia’s most sustainable homes of 2023 – in pictures
From a Detour to Global Dominance
From a ghostly mushroom to hairy crayfish and the Tarkine reflected: Stunning photos of Australian nature from ecologists
From a ‘magic mineral’ to the stuff of nightmares: a 6,700-year history of asbestos
From Austin to Anchorage, U.S. cities opt to ditch their off-street parking minimums
From besting Tetris AI to epic speedruns – inside gaming’s most thrilling feats
From Bieber to Embalming and Back Again
From Blacktop to Green: Cities Are Depaving for a Cooler Future
From Blue Pacific to Indo-Pacific: how politics and language define our ‘Indigenous ocean’
From Bruce Lee to Shang-Chi: a short history of the kung fu film in cinema
From Centaurus to XBB: your handy guide to the latest COVID subvariants (and why some are more worrying than others)
From Chicago to Uganda, scientists track the wildlife diseases that could infect humans—or spark the next pandemic
From CODA to Hawkeye, the surge of sign languages on screen is a sign of better things to come for the Deaf community
From coelacanths to crinoids: these 9 ‘living fossils’ haven’t changed in millions of years
From commonplace to rarer tragedy - declining child mortality across the world
From COVID control to chaos – what now for Australia? Two pathways lie before us
From COVID to climate: Queensland’s new emissions pledge shows state governments are once again leading change
From COVID to gastro, why are cruise ships such hotbeds of infection?
From crumbling rock art to exposed ancestral remains, climate change is ravaging our precious Indigenous heritage
From Deadheads on bulletin boards to Taylor Swift ‘stans’: a short history of how fandoms shaped the internet
From debt to diversity: A journey of rewilding, carbon capture and hope
‘From denial to delay’: a forehead-slapping week in Australian climate policy
From diagnosis to services and support: how Australia’s long COVID response is falling short
From dispossession to massacres, the Yoo-rrook Justice Commission sets a new standard for truth-telling
From drone swarms to tree batteries, new tech is revolutionising ecology and conservation
From dump to urban wetland, wildlife returns to river in Chile's capital
Fwd: From DVICE:Boycott printing: Inkjet printers have a dirty little secret
Fwd: From DVICE:Hyper-cute puppies, live on puppycam, show the Internet at its best
From DVICE:Unbelievable animation: close encounters of the desktop kind
From excessive drinking to a ‘self-care journey’: how the schoolies tradition is shifting
From farming to fermentation: how New Zealand could ‘brew up’ new foods to reduce agricultural emissions
From fiction to reality: Could airships be the key to greener travel?
From field to store to plate, our farmers are increasingly worried about climate change
‘From flood to fires’: Locals anxious as firefighters race to tame blaze ahead of heatwave
From floppy disks to the crowdfunding revolution, adventure RPG pioneers Lori and Corey Cole have seen it all
From furry families to fungi: the World Nature Photography awards – in pictures
From future lawyer to betrothed to a Taliban fighter: August in Kabul shows how life changed overnight for so many in Afghanistan
From glowing cats to wombats, fluorescent mammals are much more common than you’d think
From hapless parody to knight crusader – how far-right nationalism hijacked the real Don Quixote
From humble roots, a restoration plan in Brazil aims for 1.5m hectares of forest
From Idea to Icon: 50 Years of the Floppy Disk
From invisible segregation to the visible heart: what 100 years of kitchens can tell us about domestic labour
From Japan to Brazil: Reforesting the Amazon with the Miyawaki method
From Japan to the world: my experience in the space field
From Jaws to Star Wars to Harry Potter: John Williams, 90 today, is our greatest living composer
From laggard to leader? Why Australia must phase out fossil fuel exports, starting now
From lollies and baked beans to internet cafes and selfie sticks — the long history of the Australian corner shop
From London to New York: Can quitting cars be popular?
From Luna Park to neo-Nazis – why the Middle Ages still matters to middle Australia
From mangroves to fjords, coastal ecosystems can take up or emit greenhouse gases. But globally, they’re a vital sink
From meerkat school to whale-tail slapping and oyster smashing, how clever predators shape their world
From microbes to forest bathing, here are 4 ways healing nature is vital to our recovery from COVID-19
‘From mountaintop to seafloor’: First Nation declares new 40,000-hectare protected area on B.C. coast
From Myspace To Sharing Space
From Nixon to Trump: The Decline of the Common Good in American Politics
From October, it will be all but impossible for most Australians to vape — largely because of Canberra’s little-known ‘homework police’
From poachers to conservationists
From poo politics to rubbish disposal: 5 big questions about the International Space Station becoming a movie set
From radiation to water pollution to cities, humans are now a driver of evolution in the ‘natural’ world – podcast
From rebel to retail − inside Bob Marley’s posthumous musical and merchandising empire
From respair to cacklefart – the joy of reclaiming long-lost positive words
From Sea to Plate to Sea: How Oyster Shells Are Shoring Up Coastlines
From sea to table to sea: How recycled oyster shells are restoring the Alabama coast
From Separate Drinking Fountains to Separate Lunch Tables
From sexual liberation to fashionable heels, new research shows how women are changing North Korea
From SimCity to, well, SimCity: The history of city-building games
From sketch to sea: diving into Wales’ underwater farming revolution
From spiral galaxies to volcanic eruptions on Jupiter moon, see these amazing space images
From Tahrir to Trump: how the internet became the dictators' home turf
From Taylor Sheesh to The Smyths: why tribute acts can no longer be considered just cheap copies
From Textile Waste to Refugee Livelihoods
From the Amazon to Australia, why is your money funding Earth’s destruction?
From the basement to the big screen: how Dungeons & Dragons evolved from a game to a multi-media franchise
From the dingo to the Tasmanian devil - why we should be rewilding carnivores
From the GNR Newsroom, its the Monday Good News Roundup
From the Makers of Happy Feet...
From the outside, Biblioteca Vasconcelos seems uninviting. But wander in and you’ll surely be amazed.
From theatre director to crisis co-ordinator... and game show host
From Treeless Hills to Emerald Woods
From TV to TikTok, young people are exposed to gambling promotions everywhere
From Up On Poppy Hill
From urchin crushing to lab-grown kelp, efforts to save California’s kelp forests show promise
From wolf to chihuahua: new research reveals where the dingo sits on the evolutionary timeline of dogs
From Yosemite to Bears Ears, Erasing Native Americans From U.S. National Parks
From ‘Coraline’ to ‘Kubo’: A Look at the Evolution of LAIKA’s Stop-Motion Animation
From ‘get married’ to getting elected – women a record one-third of candidates in Japan poll
From ‘pretty communist’ to ‘Jabcinda’ – what’s behind the vitriol directed at Jacinda Ardern?
From “A New Hope” to no hope at all: “Star Wars,” Tolkien and the sinister and depressing reality of expanded universes
Frozen in time: old paintings and new photographs reveal some NZ glaciers may soon be extinct
Frozen sperm and assisted reproduction: time to pull out all stops to save the endangered koala
The Frozen Waterfall Deal That Eased a Colorado Town’s Water Crisis
Frozen’s 10th anniversary: how the musical reignited our love for sing-along cinema
Fruity Silliness
The Fry’s Era
Fuck the Bread. The Bread Is Over.
Fuel firms should pay for climate harm, UN leaders told
Fuel Subsidies: Governments' Dirty Secret
Fuel Switching 2.0: Carbon Price Index for Coal-to-Clean Electricity
Fugitive turned Sydney identity Darko ‘Dougie’ Desic granted permanent visa
Fukuro No Mise Owl Cafe Review
Fwd: Full Earth-rise taken by the KAGUYA HDTV
Full of beans: scientists use processed coffee grounds to make stronger concrete
Full Text of Remarks by Top State Dep’t Official Discharged by Trump’s White House
Full-Color Printing With Aluminum Nanostructures As A Palette
Full-motion video on a 1981 IBM PC
Full-sized spaceships made from plywood
Fully Charged Live confirms return to Australia in 2024, but at bigger venue
Fun and Danger with Science!
Fun and Games
Fun Animal Stories
Fun article
fun CAT and MISC articles
Fun in the comments section
Fun with Cliches
Fun With Dancing Bears!
Fun with Diving Boards
Fun with LEDs and CircuitPython
Fun with Myths
‘Funai is ours’: Brazil’s Indigenous affairs agency is reclaimed under Lula
The Fundamentals of the Economy are People
Fungi could be the next frontier in fire safety
“Fungi tree” by Tom Beddard
Funky AI-generated spiraling medieval village captivates social media
FUNKY Mad Dancing
Funniest RELAXING MUSIC ever! - comedy classical music LIVE - Rainer Hersch conductor
Funniest/Most Insightful Comments Of The Week At Techdirt 2019-03-17
Funny Nazis
Funny Poem
Funny Story, Funny Translation
FurBox! Furry Care Packages!
Furious Hungary summons US envoy over Biden’s ‘dictatorship’ comment
Furno bets that super-efficient, modular kilns will turn the cement industry upside down
Furries Are Leading the War Against a Book-Banning Mississippi Mayor
Furries For Kids
Furry Fandom
‘Furry Potter and The Goblet of Cookies’, A ‘Sesame Street’ Parody of the ‘Harry Potter’ Series
Fury after Exxon chief says public to blame for climate failures
‘The Fuse Has Been Blown,’ and the Doomsday Glacier Is Coming for Us All
The 'Future Book' Is Here, but It's Not What We Expected
The Future Costs of Emissions Are Drastically Higher Than Anticipated, Scientists Say
The future for general-purpose computing
The future is becoming a burden on the young. These three principles could change that
The Future Is Here: Electric Flying Car Takes a Successful Flight in Germany
The Future Is Inside Out
The Future of Books
The future of energy is community energy, and 100 per cent renewable
The future of fish farming is on land
The Future of Long COVID
The future of motorcycles could be hydrogen
The Future of Recycling Is Sorty McSortface
The future of tabletop role-play is hope
The Future of the Humanities: Reading
The Future of Two Wheel Riding Is In Recline!
The Future of Work: Owning What We Share
The Future--The Apple
‘Futuring’ can help us survive the climate crisis. And guess what? You’re a futurist too
Futuristic Tree Houses Take Us Back To Nature
Fuzzballs and other cre'atures
FX Just Gave A Pilot Production Order To A WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS Series
Fwd: FYI: Secret Power of Time - nice short presentation


G-Dog robot dog kit
G/O Media Execs Full Speed Ahead On Injecting Half-Cooked ‘AI’ Into A Very Broken US Media
G/O Media Gives Another Crash Course On Perils Of Replacing Human Journalists With Half-Baked ‘AI’
The G20 may be a talk fest, but it’s a talk fest we need at a time of growing division
G20 scientists urge pandemic preparedness and climate action: 4 steps countries can take following Bali summit
G7 agrees 'concrete steps' to phase out coal
G7 countries to stop funding fossil fuel development overseas
Gabe Newell: Reflections of a Video Game Maker
Gabon military officers declare coup after Ali Bongo wins disputed election
Gabon takes major step to fight corruption and promote sustainable forestry
GABON: when marine biodiversity reduces foreign debt by $450 million
Gabriel Re-Shocks the Monkey Online
Gadrian Hoosan: When water is death
The Gaeneviad
Gaia And The Climate Emergency
Galactic Dimension – a supersized DIY pinball machine
The Galapagos Are Going Green
Galapagos giant tortoises make a comeback, thanks to innovative conservation strategies
Galapagos Giant Tortoises Prove Their Worth as Ecosystem Engineers
The Galapagos penguin, one of the world's rarest, sees a glimmer of hope
Galapagos Pink Land Iguanas on Verge of Extinction, Experts Say
Galavant trailer "All About That Bass"
Galaxy Dynamics
Galaxy Magazine on the Internet Archive
Galaxy Quest Alien School Creating the Thermian Race
Gallery of Famous Artist's Cat Art
Gallery of London's urban foxes
Gallery of overloaded vehicles
Gallery of Physical Visualizations and Related Artifacts
Gallery of Scavenged Art
Gallery: BrickCon, The biggest LEGO convention we’ve ever seen
Gallery: Japan’s gaming centers provide joy for the kid inside
Gallery: Our Beautiful, Fragile World
Gallery: Taking a look back at some choice Sierra gaming moments
Gallup data says our emotions hit a decade-low in 2017. Here's what psychologists say we should do about it.
Gambitious - crowdfunding for games
Game Critic Keeps YouTube Vids Ad-Free By Creating ContentID Feeding Frenzy
Game Developer Embraces Modding Community So Much They Made Their Work An Official Release
Game Jam Winner Spotlight: Art Apart and There Are No Eyes Here
Game Jam Winner Spotlight: Not A Fish
Game Jam Winner Spotlight: To And Again
Game Not Over
Game of Thrones effect fires up reissues of ‘lost’ fantasy fiction classics
Game of Thrones panic: a skeleton army to fight piracy
Game Over by PES (Official HD Version)
Game theory explains why the four day work week is stalled in America
Game-Changing COVID-19 Nasal Vaccine Passes Initial Tests
Gamechangers: the sports stars speaking out on the climate
Gamers Have Become the New Religious Right
Gamers solve molecular puzzle that baffled scientists
Gamers spend hours customising characters, but don't you dare mention fashion
Games Are The Ideal Place For Telling Great Stories
Games blamed for moral decline and addiction throughout history
Games Workshop declares war on its customers (again)
The gaming audience is ‘queerer than ever’ – so how are game creators responding?
Gaming for Fun (Part 1): Eight Kinds of Fun
Gaming for social good is more than an ethical diversion
Gaming Like It's 1925: Get Ready For The Next Public Domain Game Jam
Gaming While Old
Gangnam Style by PSY
Gangs, kidnappings, murders: why thousands of Rohingya are desperately trying to escape refugee camps by boats
Ganz Grumpy Sitting Cat 8" Plush
Garbage Day: Criticism is WWE
‘Garbage’ and ‘cash cows’: temporary migrants describe anguish of exclusion and racism during COVID-19
Garth and Ginny's Pixel Films: 2500 Pixels is Enough
Gary Gygax R.I.P.
Gary Younge: Farewell to America
Gas boiler lobby trying to delay UK’s heat pump plans, leak shows
Gas can’t compete with wind, solar and storage, even in world’s biggest market
Gas Companies Are Abandoning Their Wells, Leaving Them to Leak Methane Forever
Gas industry knew about air pollution problems from stoves in early 1970s
Gas industry still talking garbage about big batteries, knowing they will kill its dirty cartel
The gas war is heating up and it’s only just getting started
Gastro Obscura: The Definitive Guide to Unique Places to Eat and Drink
Gate A-4
The Gateway Games of Legend (Preceded by the Legend of Gateway)
Gathering Sun Rays
Gauvain Manhattan
The Gay Penguins of Australia
Gaza and Ukraine are separate conflicts, but conspiracy theorists are trying to link the two on social media: new research
Gaza conflict: snapshot of a population being starved into submission
‘Gaza is being strangled’: why Israel’s evacuation order violates international law
The Gaza Strip − why the history of the densely populated enclave is key to understanding the current conflict
‘Gaza this … Hamas that’: the rise of antisemitism and Islamophobia in Australia
GDP misses out the value of stuff the net makes free
Geek Alert!
The Geek Alphabet
Geek Girl Bill of Rights
Geek Jewelery
Geek Jewelry Roundup: Sherlock Apples, Hat Box Ghosts, & Toothless!
Geek Love: On the Matter of Bronies
The Geek Must Have List
Geek Out to the MAX
Fwd: [Nuffs] Geek portraits
[Bulk] Geek Rock: Lemon Demon
Geek Rock: Lemon Demon
Geek stars: The secret (nerdy) life of celebrities
The Geek Travel Guide
GeekMan Action Figure
Geeknerd Zen
The Geeky Chick Filter
Geeky Pet Art
Geeky Xmas Tree
The Geek’s Guide To Long Covid
Geena Davis meets Paul Feig: ‘I had an audition cancelled when I wouldn’t have dinner with the producer’
Geena Davis' Two Easy Steps to Make Hollywood Less Sexist
geert: ::fc-announce:: Lawrence Lessig in Sydney (fwd from link list)
The Geico STD story is the new McDonald’s Hot Coffee story
Gems of the Rainforest
Gen Z and the Future of English
Gen Z Tinikling (Georgia Tech Filipino Students Association)
Gender (and race) bent Disney
Gender and Lies-To-Children
Gender Discrimination in Geek Culture
Gender equality gains momentum in Sub-Saharan Africa
Gender Nonconformity Has Always Existed
The Gender Police
Gender-based Discrimination in the Arts Exists, And Here’s the Research Behind It
Gender-based violence is a big concern in hospitality – and women bear the brunt of managing it
Gender-Neutral Pronouns 101: Everything You've Always Wanted to Know
Gender-specific books demean all our children. So the Independent on Sunday will no longer review anything marketed to exclude either sex
Gene editing company hopes to bring dodo ‘back to life’
Gene Kelly's Widow Claims Copyright In Interviews Done By Gene Kelly, Sues Over Academic Book
Gene therapy eyedrops restored a boy’s sight. Similar treatments could help millions
General Monitoring is not the Answer to the Problem of Online Harms
General Unstructured Thoughts On “Being Cancelled”
The General’s Report
Generating Life on the Baja Peninsula, One Mangrove at a Time
GENERATING POSITIVE ENERGY | Follow FULLY CHARGED for your daily dose of good news
Generation spite: is that really how we want our kids to remember us?
The generation we love to dump on
Generational tensions flare as Japan faces the economic reality of its ageing baby boomers
Generative AI in the classroom risks further threatening Indigenous inclusion in schools
Generators ‘as important as armour’ to Ukraine surviving winter, says Zelenskiy
genes to music
Genetically engineered bacteria can detect cancer cells in a world-first experiment
Genetically engineered kittens
Genetically modified banana resistant to Panama disease given approval for Australian consumption
Genso Kukan Aurora
Geoffrey Chaucer Hath A Blog
Geometric Sculpture by George W. Hart
Geopolitical Hedging as a Service
The Geopolitical Streisand Effect: The More China And The WHO Try To Silence Taiwan, The More Attention Its Success Fighting COVID-19 Gets
George Carlin obituary
George Floyd protests show how the US has retreated from its position as a world leader
George Harrison - My Sweet Lord (Official Music Video)
George Lucas Epically Trolls Rich Neighbors By Building Affordable Housing For The Poor
George Soros: Remarks delivered at the World Economic Forum
George Takei on his childhood in internment camps — and his faith in the future
George Takei posed 5 important questions to me. Here are my answers
George Takei: The Challenge Ahead Under President-Elect Trump
George taught himself how to build an electric bike, car and yacht. He says anyone can do it
Georgia just broke its state record for the number of sea turtle nests
Georgia Senate passes bill banning American Library Association from state libraries
Georgia Senator Vows to Protect Girl, But Then Runs Away After Learning She Is Trans
Georgia Tech deploys SlothBot in Atlanta Botanical Garden
Georgia: ‘foreign agent law’ protests show disconnect between pro-Moscow government and west-leaning population
Georgina Ward - The River ( Official Music Video)
Geraldine Brooks’s Horse is a richly detailed examination of the violence of America’s past
The German and British children who became post-war friends
German artist nearing 100,000 cobblestones to mark victims of Nazis
German City Installs Sleep Pods for People Experiencing Homelessness
German Director Proposes 'One-Stop Shop' For Free, Instant, But Non-Exclusive Licenses To Offer Films Online
German Domino Enthusiasts Set World Record by Toppling More Than 50,000 Dominoes in a Circle Formation
German government in crisis over EU ban on car combustion engines
The German government is throwing a Battlestar Galactica LARP on a battleship
The German model for America
German police carry out sweeping raids as neo-Nazi group banned
German punk band ‘humiliated’ after being refused UK entry due to post-Brexit rules
German sculpture demonstrating Moore's Law
German sea captain faces 20 years in jail for migrant rescue efforts
German supermarket trials charging true climate cost of foods
German tourist confuses Sidney, Montana with Sydney, Australia
German Virologist Christian Drosten on the Ongoing Battle Against COVID
Germans turning 18 to be offered €200 culture pass ‘birthday present’
Germany approves self-ID to make transitioning easier for trans people after year in legal limbo
Germany explores 4-day workweek amid labor shortage
Germany Has a Problem
Germany is beginning a universal-basic-income trial with people getting $1,400 a month for 3 years
Germany Is Leading the World Toward a Green Recovery
Germany is returning Nigeria’s looted Benin Bronzes: why it’s not nearly enough
Germany Lines Up €50 Billion to Help Heavy Industry Go Green
Germany pledges $222 million for Brazil environment, Amazon
Germany returns artefacts taken from Africa during colonial rule
Germany speeds up renewable energy push due to Ukraine invasion
Germany strikes a brave new deal on immigration
Germany Tests a Dutch Fix for Energy-Guzzling (and Ugly) Buildings
Germany to adopt 2060 target for net-negative greenhouse gas emissions
Germany to ban new gas and oil heating from next year
Germany to massively expand electric car charging network
Germany to pull out of fossil fuel treaty
Germany's biggest power producer RWE to phase out coal by 2030
Germany's most famous mouse, born of an artist's frustration
Germany's pioneer 'edible city' on the Rhine
Germany, Japan and the War on Rationality
Germany: Church, Funfair and Cultural Traditions – Paderborn Celebrates 500 Years of Libori
Germany: Inaction on Heat Plans Threatens Health
Germany’s Cheap Transit Ticket Is Starting to Boost Train Trips
Germany’s far-right AfD makes key political gains as Olaf Scholz’s governing coalition wobbles
Germany’s new migration policy could take away vital talent from several African countries
Germany’s Ultra-Cheap Train Ticket Saved 1.8 Million Tons of CO2
Germinating Utopia
Gerry Anderson’s Firestorm | Exclusive FULL Minisode
Get Beyond Good & Evil For Free On PC
Get inspired by the winners of Wiki Loves Monuments, the world’s largest photo contest
Get Off My Desktop! Windows Needs to Stop Showing Tabloid News
Get out and go fungal: why it’s a bumper time to spot our native fungi
The Get Out Clause, Manchester stars of CCTV
Get out your glitter and head down the Atlanta Highway – the B-52s are setting out on their final dance party!
Get Ready for the Forever Plague
Get rich or die vlogging: The sad economics of internet fame
‘Getting a bike was a resurrection’: the project donating bicycles to refugees
Getting an Itemized Hospital Bill Is Basically Impossible
Getting Called Out: How to Apologize
Getting COVID-19 Multiple Times Is Risky for Your Health
Getting humans to learn to live in harmony with wildlife
Getting ID after exiting prison is harder than you might think. So we built a chatbot to help
Getting in deep with denialism
Getting JRPGs Out In English Is Harder Than You Think
Getting Kicked Off Social Media For Breaking Its Rules Is Nothing Like Being Sent To A Prison Camp For Retweeting Criticism Of A Dictator
Getting on Disability Showed Me Everyone Should Have Basic Income
‘Getting onto the wait list is a battle in itself’: insiders on what it takes to get social housing
Getting Ready for Halloween
Getting the Soil Right: How Carbon Farming Combats Climate Change
Getting to 350: What It Will Take to Fix Global Warming
Getting to ‘net-zero’ emissions: How energy leaders envision countering climate change in the future
The Getty Gets It: 'Open Content, An Idea Whose Time Has Come'
Getty Images Tries To Copyright Troll 2600 Magazine Over Content It Has No Copyright Over
The Getty Makes Nearly 88,000 Art Images Free to Use However You Like
Ghana offers free long-term contraception in a ‘game changer’ for women’s reproductive health rights
Ghana parliament votes to abolish the death penalty
GHANA: plastic producers soon to be obliged to manage their waste
Ghetto Kids: what’s behind the moves of the Ugandan dance troupe that stormed the world
Ghibli news!
Ghibli theme park scheduled to open on former Aichi expo site in 2020s
Ghost fish: after 420 million years in the deeps, modern gillnets from shark fin trade drag coelacanths into the light
‘Ghost flights’: Qatar Airways flying near-empty planes in Australia to exploit legal loophole
‘The ghost has taken the spirit of the Moon’: how Torres Strait Islanders predict eclipses
Ghost islands of the Arctic: The world’s ‘northern-most island’ isn’t the first to be erased from the map
‘Ghost Janitor’, A Peppy Animated Short About a Friendly Spirit Who Cleans Offices After Hours
Ghost rodents: get ready to fall in love with Australia’s albino rats and mice
The Ghost Statistic That Haunts Women’s Empowerment
Ghosts of White People Past: Witnessing White Flight From an Asian Ethnoburb
Giant Anglepoise lamps
Giant batteries drain economics of gas power plants
Giant bear fursuit/sleeping bag/art
Giant Bouncy Bridge
Giant Caribbean Mountain Chicken Frog On The Brink Of Extinction
Giant clock made out of tiny clocks
Giant Cracks Emerging Across US Southwest, Scientists Warn
Giant eagles and scavenging vultures shared the skies of ancient Australia
Giant Gummy Bear ... on a Stick
Giant isopod stuffed toys!
Giant kelp forests on Tasman Peninsula survive marine heatwave, brings 'hope' amid climate change
Giant Leak of Offshore Financial Records Exposes Global Array of Crime and Corruption
‘Giant obstacle course’: call to reroute major shipping lanes to protect blue whales
Giant old trees are still being logged in Tasmanian forests. We must find ways of better protecting them
Giant Pouch Rats detecting land mines
Giant Publisher Macmillan Goes To War Against Libraries
Giant rainbow road commemorates the legalisation of same-sex marriage in Australia
Giant River Otter Believed to Be Extinct Has Been Spotted in Argentina
Giant Robots
Giant sea lizards: fossils in Morocco reveal the astounding diversity of marine life 66 million years ago, just before the asteroid hit
Giant singers from neighboring oceans share song parts over time
Giant snacks
Giant Starling Mural In Berlin Filled With Tons Of Tiny Surprises
Giant Study Identifies Dominant Force Driving Evolution on Earth Today
Giant tortoises have returned to Madagascar 600 years after they were wiped out
Giant tree-kangaroos once lived in unexpected places all over Australia, according to major new analysis
Giant Wind Farms Arise Off Scotland, Easing the Pain of Oil’s Decline
Giants Beware!
Gibberish Research Paper Quotes "My Cousin Vinny", Tells The Reader (Repeatedly) The Paper Is A Fraud...
The GIF Is Dead. Long Live the GIF.
gift for the day...If you haven't seen this you will be amazed. ---bill
Gift Ideas
Gift Madness Day
The Gift-Giving Argument for Universal Basic Income
Giga-scale desert region solar plants may have positive climate impact
‘Gigantic’ power of meat industry blocking green alternatives, study finds
Giganto Rubber Duckie
The Gimmick Economy: how central banks pretend software isn't eating the world
GIMP: Happy 27!
Fwd: Gin the Dancing Dog (Incredible)
Gina Rinehart says renewable energy could use one-third of Australia’s prime agricultural land. Is she right?
Gingerbread PC and Geekmas Tree
Girl Genius - Adventures In Castle Heterodyne
The girl who gets gifts from birds
Girl who had her third birthday party gatecrashed by Sir David Attenborough in a hot air balloon is reunited with TV legend
“Girls Don’t Like Toys?” President Takes Annual Toys For Tots Sort Event From Stereotypical To Awesome
GitHub to replace "master" with alternative term to avoid slavery references
Giuliani’s lies turned my life ‘upside down’, election worker testifies
Give It Away - '60s 'Austin Powers' - Style RHCP Cover ft. Aubrey Logan
Give the Robot a Beard
Give This Hero Target Employee A Whopping Raise And Reserved Parking Please
Give Ukrainians a Shelterbag against the cold
“Give Up”
Giving Big Corporations “Closed Generic” Top-Level Domain Names to Run as Private Kingdoms Is Still a Bad Idea
Giving ex-prisoners public housing cuts crime and re-incarceration – and saves money
Giving housing to the homeless is three times cheaper than leaving them on the streets
Giving out flowers on TikTok: is this a ‘random act of kindness’ or just benevolent ageism?
Giving Up Is Not an Option: Book Censorship News, March 3, 2023
GIY Stick. Let Nature self-water your pots.
Glacier mass loss passes the point of no return, researchers report
Glaciers draining Antarctic basin destabilized, big sea level rise all but certain
Glaciers in the Alps are melting faster than ever – and 2022 was their worst summer yet
Gladys Hargraves v Susan Eveston [2018] NSWSC 505
Glasgow man 'hasn't switched on heating for two years' after high flats refurbishment
Glass Art
Glass art
Glass barriers keep St Mark’s Basilica dry during Venice floods
Glass beads in lunar soil reveal ancient asteroid bombardments on the Moon and Earth
Glass Half: The latest open movie from the Blender Institute
Glass harp
Glass Igloos with Magnificent Northern Lights Views
Glass Sculptures
Glass Wings 10th Anniversary!
Glass Wings 20th Anniversary
Glass Wings Blog
Glass Wings Blog with cat photos
Glass Wings celebrates 10 years online
Glass Wings Diaspora*
Glass Wings Presents: coexist
Glenn Greenwald on How to Be a Terror "Expert": Ignore Facts, Blame Muslims, Trumpet U.S. Propaganda
Glide poles: the great Aussie invention helping flying possums cross the road
Gliding treefrogs, mini-males and burrowing frogs in trees: why Melanesia is the world’s tropical island frog hotspot
The glistening ecstacy of Namco's WiiWare Muscle March
Glitch in the Afterlife
Glitter Has a Dark Side, And It's Causing Even More Harm Than We Realized
Glitterbomb Trap Catches Phone Scammer (who gets arrested)
Global air pollution is a major health risk
Global average sea and air temperatures are spiking in 2023, before El Niño has fully arrived. We should be very concerned
Global calls to revoke ‘misleading’ sustainable farming certification for salmon in Tasmania’s Macquarie Harbour
Global carbon emissions at record levels with no signs of shrinking, new data shows. Humanity has a monumental task ahead
Global climate policy forecast predicts ‘well below 2°C’ Paris Agreement climate goals will be met
Global coal use in 2022 is reaching an all-time high, but Australia is bucking the trend
Global corporate power is ‘out of control’, but reports of democracy’s death are greatly exaggerated
The Global Crisis: Seeing It Whole
Global Ecosystems Risk Collapsing Decades Before We Predicted
Global EV Sales Hit A Near-Record 1.2 Million Sales In August 2023
The global fight against polio — how far have we come?
Global Food Crops Also Face Earth's Sixth Great Mass Extinction
Global food industry on course to drive rapid habitat loss – research
Global Forest Watch Fires
Global fossil fuel output set to swamp Paris climate goals, UN report warns
Global Fund partnership achieves record breaking results, with 59 million lives saved since 2002, thanks to U.S. investments
The Global Goals for Sustainable Development
Global health at mercy of fossil fuel addiction, warn scientists
Global heating could stabilize if net zero emissions achieved, scientists say
Global heating is turning white Alps green, study finds
Global heating likely to hit world food supply before 1.5C, says UN expert
Global heating making extreme rain and catastrophic flooding more likely
Global heating pace risks ‘unstoppable’ sea level rise as Antarctic ice sheet melts
Global heating risks most cataclysmic extinction of marine life in 250m years
Global heating to drive stronger La Niña and El Niño events by 2030, researchers say
Global heating will pass 1.5C threshold this year, top ex-Nasa scientist says
Global heating, land clearing and the ‘extinction vortex’: the fight to save Australia’s koalas
Global herd immunity remains out of reach because of inequitable vaccine distribution – 99% of people in poor countries are unvaccinated
Global Inequality in Well‐​Being Has Decreased across Many Dimensions
Global Internet Experts Reveal Plan for More Secure, Reliable Wi-Fi Routers - and Internet
The Global Jukebox
Global mortality trends in the last 12 months
Global Network on Copyright Users’ Rights: Model Flexible Copyright Exception
Global Peace Index Map » The Most & Least Peaceful Countries
Global pledges to remove greenhouse gas emissions to reach net zero unrealistic, report finds
Global Plug-In Car Sales Started 2024 With A Bang: 1 Million Sold In January
Global pollinator losses causing 500,000 early deaths a year – study
Global recession looks likely. Even if Australia escapes it, we are in for a bad couple of years
Global Risks Report 2023
Global shipping is under pressure to stop its heavy fuel oil use fast – that’s not simple, but changes are coming
The global South has lost $152 trillion through unequal exchange since 1960
Global status report,on road safety 2023
Global Street Art
Global success of Cult of the Lamb showcases Australia’s video games development talent
Global temperature rises in steps – here’s why we can expect a steep climb this year and next
The global Transition tipping point has arrived - vive la révolution
Global treaty to tackle plastic pollution gains steam without US and UK
The Global Trust Crisis
Global warming is changing Canada’s boreal forest and tundra
Global warming is unstoppable while capitalism blocks prevention
Global warming puts Arabica coffee at risk, and we’re barrelling towards a crucial threshold
Global warming to bring record hot year by 2028 – probably our first above 1.5°C limit
Global Warming’s Terrifying New Chemistry
Global Warning: 2023 Will Be The Hottest Year On Record
Global Water Shortage Risk Is Worse Than Scientists Thought
Global weekly COVID cases are falling, WHO says — but ‘if we stop fighting it on any front, it will come roaring back’
The Global Whole Earth Catalog: A Proposal from 2002
Global Wind Report 2023
Global wishes for 2022: a gift box for everyone, greater girl power, vertical gardens
Globalization Is Not in Retreat
Globally representative evidence on the actual and perceived support for climate action
GlobeAir to serve Southern France and Italy with the Lilium Jet
Gloomy 1970s predictions about Earth’s fate still hold true
Glooscap cartoon series recorded in Wolastoqey language an attempt to revive the language
Glorious New Saturn Image: JWST Has Now Captured All 4 Giant Planets
The Gloriously Immortal Life of “My Immortal”
Glove and Boots Gloriousness
Glove and Boots Sing About the Legal Battle Between Robin Thicke’s Hit Song ‘Blurred Lines’ & Marvin Gaye’s Kids
The gloves are off: ‘predatory’ climate deniers are a threat to our children
The gloves come off!
Glow in the Dark Bubble Bath
Glowing hair gel
Glowing Wombats: Scientists Discover 125 New Species of Fluorescent Mammals
'Glum future for the platypus': why the elusive mammal is disappearing under our noses
Gmail Motion
Go Ahead and Call Me a Climate Change Doomer
Go Dog Go
‘Go hard and go big’: How Australia got solar panels onto one in every three houses
Go on a journey with these 7 intrepid women characters
Go Speed Go
Go to the cinema and star in the film you're about to see
Go-Go Godzilla
Goats and sheep deploy their appetites to save Barcelona from wildfires
Goats are as loving and clever as dogs, say smitten scientists
Goats Can Understand Human Expressions And Are Drawn To Smiling Faces
God Loves Little Girls Who Stand Up For Others
God save us all: Britain is about to get the king it deserves
Gods in the machine? The rise of artificial intelligence may result in new religions
Godzilla (Gojira) statue unveiled
Godzilla 50th anniversary
Godzilla Christmas Tree
Godzilla Haiku: Awesomeness Meter Just Broke
Godzilla’s creators shared a short film confirming that the monster’s child is transgender
Goffin’s Cockatoos Join Humans and Chimps as Third Species Shown to Carry Toolsets for Future Tasks
GOG is offering 27 free games to help you relax at home
GOG Launches FCKDRM to Promote DRM-Free Art and Media
GOG: Preserving Gaming's Past & Future
GOG’s managing director: Gamer resistance to DRM is stronger than ever
Going for a Gimmick To Bring Home the Beans
Going for Gold—Creating iFixit’s Gold Standard of Repair
Going viral: How to make content shareable
Going with the Flow: Looking beyond lithium batteries
The gold jewellery made from old phones
Gold Nanoparticles Could Transform Trees Into Street Lights
The Golden Age of computer user groups
The Golden Age Of Tech Support
Golden eagles in Scotland at highest levels in 300 years
The Golden Giraffes 2015
Golden mole that swims through sand is rediscovered in South Africa after 86 years
The golden ratio has spawned a beautiful new curve: the Harriss spiral
‘Goldilocks’ of Latin America democracy? Uruguay’s model of stability.
Gollum star Andy Serkis releases hilarious Brexit deal parody of Theresa May
Golriz Ghahraman’s exit from politics shows the toll of online bullying on female MPs
The Gomeroi win puts native title holders in a stronger position to fight fossil fuel projects on their land
Gone for Thousands of Years, Wild Bison Return to the UK
Gone In Six Characters: Short URLs Considered Harmful for Cloud Services
Gone to the dogs
Gonorrhea became more drug resistant while attention was on COVID-19 – a molecular biologist explains the sexually transmitted superbug
Good And Bad News On Attempts To Implicate DNS Services For Copyright Infringement At The Domains They Resolve
Good Artists Copy, Great Artists Steal: And Generative AI Does The Marketing For Both
Good Bad Attitude
The Good Censor Document Shows Google Struggling With The Challenges Of Content Moderation
Good Cop, bad Cop: what the Cop28 agreement says and what it means
The Good Country
The ‘good fire’: Prescribed burning can prevent catastrophic wildfires in the future
The good foresters: Inside the Gabonese rainforest supplying Amsterdam’s lock gates
GOOD Guide: to the Shadowy Organizations That Rule the World
The Good Guy/Bad Guy Myth
The Good Guys
Good Idea: As Video Game Preservation Often Falls To Fan Groups, Release Every Game's Source Code
The 'good luck' snack that makes Taiwan's technology behave
Good news for Africa’s elephants: China is losing its taste for ivory
Good news for climate comes from the world’s greatest user of coal
Good news for the oceans: Amazon single-use plastic packaging declines by over 11% in one year
Good news for the only place on Earth where tigers, rhinos, orangutans and elephants live together
The Good News Network: Positive Stories 24/7
Good news – there’s a clean energy gold rush under way. We’ll need it to tackle energy price turbulence and coal’s exodus
The good news: 25 Australian birds are now at less risk of extinction. The bad news: 29 are gone and 4 more might be
Good news: highway underpasses for wildlife actually work
Good news: Some toxic insecticides are vanishing from the atmosphere
Good news: Whale and dolphins are friends
Good Omens: Lockdown
"The Good Place" Star Jameela Jamil Talks Beauty, Boyfriend and Backlash
Good riddance: the costs of Morrison’s voter ID plan outweighed any benefit
‘Good soup is one of the prime ingredients of good living’: a (condensed) history of soup, from cave to can
Good vibrations: how listening to the sounds of soil helps us monitor and restore forest health
The Good War
Goodbye Google+, you beautiful, squandered opportunity
Goodbye Mr Fabulous, the giant cuttlefish who let us into his world and changed ours for the better
Goodies star Brooke-Taylor dies with coronavirus
Goodwill letters to asylum seekers on Nauru returned unopened
Google and Facebook Can’t Just Make Fake News Disappear
Google And MIT Researchers Demo An Algorithm That Lets You Take Clear Photos Through Reflections
Google Arts & Culture
Google Arts & Culture: Collections
Google built a tiny Street View car to map out one of the world's largest model cities, and the results are incredible
Google Contributor lets public pay to remove ads from select websites
The Google Cultural Institute adds 3D models
Google Drive flags nearly empty files for 'copyright infringement'
Google has a new tool to outsmart authoritarian internet censorship
Google launches Flood Hub in the U.S., which predicts when rivers will flood and warns people to evacuate
Google Loved Me, Until I Pointed Out Everything That Sucked About It
Google makes millions on paid abortion disinformation
Google Maps Goes to the Movies
Google Maps Safari
Google moon
Google Promises Unlimited Cloud Storage; Then Cancels Plan; Then Tells Journalist His Life’s Work Will Be Deleted Without Enough Time To Transfer The Data
Google reduces JPEG file size by 35%
Google releases new open-source security software program: Scorecards
Google researchers create amazing timelapses from public photos
Google Searches For Its Future
Google settles with book publishers, becomes bookseller
The Google Stadia Backlash Has Begun
Google unveils Street View across Australia
Google's crash is a very positive sign
Google's New AI: Dog Goes In, Statue Comes Out! 🗽
Google's Self-Driving Car Already Drives Better Than You Do
Google’s Got a Fun Wonder Woman Game to Teach Kids to Code
Google’s New AI Learned To See In The Dark! 🤖
Google’s RT-2 AI model brings us one step closer to WALL-E
Google’s Scans of Private Photos Led to False Accusations of Child Abuse
Goolwa research centre to focus on climate change solutions for Coorong, Lower Lakes and Murray Mouth
Goose has epic response to humans taking her injured boyfriend
GOP is banning TikTok because young people are using it to defeat Republicans
GOP mocked Al Gore as "Ozone Man": But he was right the whole time — and they knew it
GoPro Video of a Scuba Diver Swimming With Giant Manta Rays Off the Coast of Equador
Gordon Moore, Intel Co-Founder, Dies at 94
Gorgeous art nouveau-inspired portraits of Miyazaki's characters
Gorgeous Floating Research Station Wins the 2020 Grand Prix Award
Gorgeous Handmade Cakes With Buttercream Icing Styled to Look Like Colorfully Patterned Shag Rugs
Gorgeous Paper Sculptures of Endangered Species
Gorgeous Tiny CHicken Machine Show
Gorgeously Realistic Hand-Crafted Butterfly Wing Scarves, Capes and Cloaks
Gorilla Encounter (4 minutes of love - worth watching!)
Goro Miyazaki to Direct Studio Ghibli TV Series
Gothic Fantasy Art
Goths Up Trees
Fwd: Gotta Love Kids
Gov't hails successes of plastic ban
Government analyst resigns over blocked climate change testimony: reports
Government announces six new South Island marine reserves
Government by Jury
The government giving up on COVID protections means throwing immunocompromised people to the wolves
The government has been forced to talk about climate change, so it’s taking a subtle – and sinister – approach
The government hopes private investors will help save nature. Here’s how its scheme could fail
Government in £9 million payout after single letter blunder causes business to collapse
The government is clamping down on charities — and it could have a chilling effect on peaceful protest
The government is in authoritarian mode and now is not the time for complacency
The government is well behind on Closing the Gap. This is why we needed a Voice to Parliament
Government launches porn site age checks consultation
Government must use trauma-informed approach to end uncertainty on refugee visa applications
Government Shmovernment
The government wants to fast-track approvals of large infrastructure projects – that’s bad news for NZ’s biodiversity
The government will underwrite risky investments in renewables – here’s why that’s a good idea
Governments 'not on track' to cap temperatures at below 2 degrees: U.N.
Governments and environmental groups are turning to international courts to address the impacts of climate change — podcast
Governments and hackers agree: the laws of war must apply in cyberspace
Governments are criminalizing homeless people to distract from their own failures
Governments are failing to share decision-making with Indigenous people, Productivity Commission finds
Governments housed the homeless in hotels during lockdowns — but now many are back sleeping rough
Governments looked at the climate crisis – and decided to persecute the activists
Governments love to talk about ‘shared responsibility’ in a disaster – but does anyone know what it means?
Governments spend US$22 billion a year helping the fishing industry empty our oceans. This injustice must end
Governments undermining encryption will do more harm than good
Governments urged to end the neglect of long COVID prevention and treatment
The government’s idea of ‘national environment standards’ would entrench Australia’s global pariah status
The government’s Murray-Darling bill is a step forward, but still not enough
Governor Newsom Announces Statewide Expansion of Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library to Provide Universal Access to Free Books for Young Children
Governor reflects on Chickasaw Nation’s strong foundation and embraces bright future
GPD Pocket: 7.0' UMPC-Laptop 'Ubuntu or WIN 10 OS'
GPS Only Exists Because Of Two People: Albert Einstein And Gladys West
GPs vaccination efforts 'vital' to curbing COVID hospital admissions
GPT4All: Running an Open-source ChatGPT Clone on Your Laptop
Grab The Cat!
Grace Blakeley: The World Must be Saved from ‘Financialization’
Grace Kelly ft. GRACE KELLY?!??! // Mika // POMPLAMOOSE
Graceful Cheetahs Happily Retrieve Balls Launched Into Their Enclosure by a Custom Made Catapult
Graduate Student Solves Decades-Old Conway Knot Problem
Graffiti Animation
Grand Canyon National Monument Offers New Protections for Lands Sacred to Tribes
Grand Canyon Uranium Mining
Grand Rapids home for sale has hidden 2,300-piece pipe organ
Grandma's Superhero Therapy (18 photos)
The Grandmas and Grandpas Brewing Beer in Vienna
Grandparents Watching the Kids? Your Job Could Be Paying Them
Grant Snider Illustration
Grape growers are adapting to climate shifts early – and their knowledge can help other farmers
GraphCast: AI model for faster and more accurate global weather forecasting
Graphemica: For people who ♥ letters, numbers, punctuation, &c
‘Graphene will change the world’: the boss using the ‘supermaterial’ in the global microchip war
Graphic design to fight poverty
Graphic novels
Graphic novels help teens learn about racism, climate change and social justice – here’s a reading list
Grass Art
Grassroots mojo and 4 other reasons Starbucks workers have been so successful unionizing
Grattan on Friday: Albanese needs to step up (and mask up) to help create a new mindset to meet the COVID crisis
GRAVITY - Exclusive Alternate Scene (Redefines Entire Movie)
Gravity powered standing lamp
Gravy Boat: My Week on the High Seas With Paula Deen and Friends
Gray wolf personality research uses puzzle boxes, rain sticks
The Great Abdication: Why No One Can Be Bothered Anymore
The great African regreening: millions of 'magical' new trees bring renewal
The great Amazon land grab – how Brazil’s government is turning public land private, clearing the way for deforestation
The Great American Science Heist
Great anniversary article
Great Art Great Cat
Great Art, Great Cats
The Great Australian Dream? New homes in planned estates may not be built to withstand heatwaves
Great Barrier Reef facing another severe bleaching event ahead of UN delegation visit
The Great Barrier Reef Is Dying While The Government Continues To Invest In Coal
Great Barrier Reef scuba diver reunites Victorian couple with mobile phone lost at sea
Great Barrier Reef sees record coral cover, but it is highly vulnerable
Great Barrier Reef should be placed on world heritage ‘in danger’ list, UN-backed report says
Great Barrier Reef undergoing mass bleaching event leaving 200-year-old corals devastated
Great Barrier Reef: aerial survey reveals extent of coral bleaching
The Great Barrier Reef’s latest bout of bleaching is the fifth in eight summers – the corals now have almost no reprieve
The Great Barrington Declaration and “natural herd immunity” versus public health three years later
Great Bear Sea: vast new marine zone a ‘mindset shift’ for conservation
Great Big Stuff
The great cancellation: why megabucks TV shows are vanishing without a trace
The Great Cash-for-Carbon Hustle
The Great Convergence: Global Equality and Its Discontents
“The Great Dying” –Our Evolving Sequel May Be More Like Science Fiction Than Anything in Earth’s History
Great Fire of London: how we uncovered the man who first found the flames
The Great Green Wall
The Great Green Wall of Africa: Is this the next wonder of the world?
Great maps
The Great Moon Hoax
The Great Moose
Great News for Elephants: UK to Introduce Legislation Banning Its Ivory Market
‘Great news’: EU hails discovery of massive phosphate rock deposit in Norway
'Great Pacific garbage patch' far bigger than imagined, aerial survey shows
Great Problems: An Epidemic of Rent-seeking
The great question of the 21st century: Whose black box do you trust?
The Great Replacement (Not That One, the Real One)
The ‘great resignation’ didn’t happen in Australia, but the ‘great burnout’ did
Great Salt Lake will disappear in 5 years without massive ‘emergency rescue,’ scientists say
The Great Social Media–News Collapse
The Great Southern Reef is in more trouble than the Great Barrier Reef
The Great Stink
Great way to get yourself in shape and start every day! :-)
The Great Wonders Beyond the Great Reef
The Great Works of Software
Great, Lapland Just Recorded Its Hottest Temperature in 100 Years
Greater gliders are hurtling towards extinction, and the blame lies squarely with Australian governments
Greater One-Horned Rhino Population Reaches New High
The Greatest Divide of All
The greatest magic of Harry Potter: Reducing prejudice
The Greatest Science Fiction-Themed Bars and Restaurants on Earth
The greatest surge of renewable dealmaking ever
Greece begins net-zero journey with new climate law
Greece to step up Parthenon marbles pressure amid signs tide is turning
Greece wildfire declared largest ever recorded in EU
Greece ‘at war with fire’ amid chaotic evacuation of tourists from Rhodes
Greece’s Islands Are Zero-Waste Laboratories
Greece’s record rainfall and flash floods are part of a trend – across the Mediterranean, the weather is becoming more dangerous
‘Greed is amoral’: how Wall Street supermen cashed in on pandemic misery and chaos
The Greek migrant shipwreck is another preventable tragedy at the borders of Europe
‘Green Banks’ Are Turning Climate Action Dreams into Realities
Green Deal: pioneering proposals to restore Europe's nature by 2050 and halve pesticide use by 2030
The green energy surge still isn’t enough for 1.5 degrees. We’ll have to overshoot, adapt and soak up carbon dioxide
The ‘Green Energy’ That Might Be Ruining the Planet
Green Factories Are Changing Minds in More Conservative US States
Green gains: Localized efforts leave a mark, notably in drier areas, study shows
Green growth is trusted to fix climate change – here’s the problem with that
Green growth or degrowth: what is the right way to tackle climate change?
Green hydrogen could be a game changer by displacing fossil fuels – we just need the price to come down
Green hydrogen has a leakage problem that may cancel out some of its climate gains
The Green Jobs Boom Is Benefiting the People Who Need It Most
Green lending: world’s biggest banks’ latest initiative at COP26 is a step backwards
Green light for Red Panda Ravi’s health check-up
Green power: young environmentalists look to shake up Panama’s politics
‘Green Roads’ Are Plowing Ahead, Buffering Drought and Floods
Green Sand Beaches Could Erase Carbon Emissions
Green steel industry could secure jobs future for Australia's coalmining heartland
‘The Green Steel of the 21st Century’
Green streets: why protecting urban parks and bush is vital as our cities grow and become denser
Greener ‘water batteries’ a step closer thanks to breakthrough by Melbourne researchers
The Greenhouse Gamble wheels
Greenhouse gas emissions are at an all-time high and Earth is warming faster than ever – report
The Greening of Coal Country
The Greening of Milan: Porta Nuova and Vertical Forest
Greening the greyfields: how to renew our suburbs for more liveable, net-zero cities
Greenland ice sheet loss already 'unprecedented' and set to accelerate
Greenland Is Melting Away
Greenland is melting: we need to worry about what’s happening on the largest island in the world
Greenland losing 30m tonnes of ice an hour, study reveals
Greenland permanently bans all oil and gas exploration
Greenland shark is oldest vertebrate with lifespan of up to 400 years, scientists say
Greenland startup begins shipping glacier ice to cocktail bars in the UAE
Greenland's Glaciers Seem to Be Melting Much, Much Faster Than We Thought
Greenland's ice sheet melting seven times faster than in 1990s
Greenland’s Melting Ice Nears a ‘Tipping Point,’ Scientists Say
Greenland’s Wishes Don’t Matter to Trump
Greenpeace legal action alleges Woodside lied about climate performance
Greenpeace opposes nuclear energy. Young climate activists say that's 'old-fashioned'
Greenpeace Stands Up Against SLAPPs And Wins
Greenscreen Grandmas
Greensync launches world-first exchange to trade stored household solar power
The Greens’ liveable income guarantee is a serious idea the major parties won’t touch – yet
Greenwashing claims on trial: should NZ ban fossil fuel advertising?
Greenwashing Governments and Oil Companies Turned COP27 Into a Climate Disaster
Greg Bear (1951-2022)
Gregory Colbert
Gregory Day’s essays are immersed in the natural world, but think beyond the category of ‘nature writing’
Greta Thunberg Addresses UN Climate Action Summit Through Tears
Greta Thunberg arrested at London oil summit protest
Greta Thunberg condemns UK firm’s plans for iron mine on Sami land
Greta Thunberg condemns UK's climate stance in speech to MPs
Greta Thunberg doesn’t want you to talk about her anymore
The Greta Thunberg effect: are climate crisis documentaries feeling it?
The Greta Thunberg Helpline | 7.30
Greta Thunberg isn’t alone in rejecting the UN climate conference, but we still have to be there
The Greta Thunberg Lovely award for driving bitter old white men apoplectic goes to ...
Greta Thunberg on the climate delusion: ‘We’ve been greenwashed out of our senses. It’s time to stand our ground’
Greta Thunberg: The show is over.
Greta Thunberg: We cannot overestimate how storytelling can help climate crisis
Greta: We must fight the climate crisis and pandemic simultaneously
Grey-headed flying-fox population is stable – 10 years of monitoring reveals this threatened species is doing well
Griffin's Story (one of the most amazing and heartfelt stories you will every see)
Grim Study Shows 10 Years of 'Carbon Offsets' in California Had No Climate Benefit
The Grim Worldview Behind Trump’s Anti-Immigrant Push, the Hong Kong Protests, and the Kashmir Crisis
The grim, necessary optimism of sci-fi author Becky Chambers
The Grind Of Touring With A (No Longer Relevant) Rock Band
Gripping photos capture the beauty and plight of the world's elephants
Groovy Datasets for Test Databases
Gross domestic product is destroying nature, says landmark UK government report
The Grotesque Legacy of Music as Property
Groundbreaking studies of Earth’s churning oceans recognised at Australia’s most prestigious science prizes this year
Groundhog vs Bieber
Group therapy helps scientists cope with challenging ‘climate emotions’
Grow your own meat
Growing African mangrove forests aim to combat climate woes
The growing indigenous spiritual movement that could save the planet
Growing number of countries consider making ecocide a crime
Growing NZ cities eat up fertile land – but housing and food production can co-exist
Growing winter food – and community spirit – in a geothermal greenhouse
Growing your own food and foraging can help tackle your ballooning grocery bill. Here’s how
Growing, Growing, Gone: Reaching the Limits – An interview with Dennis Meadows
Grumpy Cat dies aged seven: 'Some days are grumpier than others'
Grumpy Cat joins the Broadway cast of Cats
Grumpy Cat Party Supplies
Grumpy Cat Stars in "Hard To Be a Cat at Christmas" Music Video
Grumpy Cat unimpressed with figure at Madame Tussauds wax museum in London
Grumpy Cat Wore Pharrell’s Hat To The MTV Movie Awards.
"Grumpy Cat’s Worst Christmas Ever" Wraps Filming in Vancouver
Grumpy Disney
Grunts, boops, chatters and squeals — fish are noisy creatures
The Guam Kingfisher Could Soon Return to the Wild After a 30-Year Absence
Guaranteed $20K income for all Canadians endorsed by academics
Guaranteed income is graduating from charity to public policy
Guardian owner apologises for founders’ links to transatlantic slavery
The Guardian view on climate crisis: what can we do?
The Guardian view on Covid-19 and transport: walk to the future
The Guardian view on remembering Tiananmen 1989: mourning for those who cannot
The Guardian view on Saudi Arabia’s repression: the rebranding of Riyadh won’t wash
The Guardian: 1821 Mode
Guardians of the Golden Gate
"Guardians' Inferno" | Marvel Studios’ Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
Guatemala arrests anti-corruption lawyer, prompting international outcry
Guatemala Just Ran January 6th In Reverse
Guerilla Gardeners
Guerrilla festival no-photo2024 is highlighting the unseen work of Palestinian photographers in Gaza
Guerrilla Innovation...
Guess What? Mem Fox’s children’s book was banned in Florida over ‘nudity’ – but bathing is not a sexual act
Guest Post: Stop Judging Me for Being on Welfare
Guide to NPR's List of Top 100 Science Fiction and Fantasy Books
Guide to the classics: Immanuel Kant’s "Toward Perpetual Peace" and its relevance to the war in Ukraine
Guide to the classics: the sophisticated aesthetics of Sei Shōnagon’s "The Pillow Book"
Guide to the Lord of the Rings
Guiding Stars in Astronomy: Williamina Fleming
The Guild Goes Bollywood
Guilt, shame, dissatisfaction: workers and customers on the gig economy (and how to make it better)
Guinea Pig Adventures
Guitar Hero Christmas
Gulf Stream could collapse as early as 2025, study suggests
Gummi Bear Chandelier
Gummi Bears Cake!
Gummi Bears on CakeWrecks
Gummis go to Adelaide
Gummy bear hugs...
Gunditjmara Community honoured with 2023 UNESCO-Greece Melina Mercouri Prize for Cultural Landscape Conservation
Gunned down and burned by the Nazis: the shocking true story of Bambi
‘Gut-wrenching and infuriating’: why Australia is the world leader in mammal extinctions, and what to do about it
Guy Builds Giant Dragon Shaped Cardboard Cat House
Guy Creates Images That Show How Earth Would Look If Cats Were A Lot Bigger (30 Pics)
Guy who took in 24 refugees posts viral message about his 'disappointing' experience.
Gygax Magazine: Dragon reborn
Gâteau Gato - Alexandre DUBOSC
Gödel, Escher, Bach, and AI
G’day, the short film (2022) | Official Film | Tourism Australia


H-Bombs: The Need to Not Have Them
Habeas corpus victory for bear in Colombia encourages animal rights lawyers
‘Habits of civilised life’: how one state forced Indigenous people to meet onerous conditions to obtain citizenship
Habitual mask-wearing is likely helping Japan, Singapore and South Korea bring daily Omicron deaths down, epidemiologists say
Hackers email stolen student data to parents of Nevada school district
Hackers red-teaming A.I. are ‘breaking stuff left and right,’ but don’t expect quick fixes from DefCon: ‘There are no good guardrails’
The Hackers Who Recovered NASA’s Lost Lunar Photos
Hacksplaining. Learn to hack, learn to protect yourself
The Hagia Sophia Housecat
Hague climate change judgement could inspire a global civil movement
Hail the maintainers
Hairless Head in a Clueless Photo Booth
Hajime Robot Restaurant
Half a million Australians could soon be experiencing long COVID. So what do we know, and what support is available?
Half a million kids survived Romania's 'slaughterhouses of souls.’ Now they want justice.
Half of all marine life lost in 40 years: WWF report
Half of Americans Are Effectively Poor Now. What The?
Half of Australia’s biggest companies have net-zero emissions plans, but climate action may come too late
Half of Bangladeshi drinking water is polluted with arsenic - and climate change is making it worse
Half of global methane emissions come from aquatic ecosystems – much of this is human-made
Half of migrant and refugee women we spoke to have been sexually harassed in Australian workplaces
Half of pre-mixed alcohol features nutritional claims as industry targets young Australians, study finds
Half of the world is past a peak in fossil power
Half Of TSA's 30,000 Employees Accused Of Misconduct; Nearly A Third Multiple Times
Half of Western Sydney foodbowl land may have been lost to development in just 10 years
Half the price in half the time: solar storage innovation harnesses new energy frontier
‘Hall of Heroes’, Illustrations of 80 Famous Female Characters From Films and Television
Halliburton equipment worth $7.1m imported into Russia in past year, customs records show
Halloween Cause for Inspiration or Whimpering
Halsey’s record label won’t release a new song until it goes viral on TikTok. Is this the future of the music industry?
Halt destruction of nature or suffer even worse pandemics, say world’s top scientists
Hamburg is burying the Autobahn and putting parks on top
Hamilton cat burglar nabs neighbours undies in the night
‘The Hamilton Polka’ - Weird Al Yankovic
Hamlet's Cat's Soliloquy
Hammond XK-3c evening play 10/8/2017
Hamster steers iRobot
Han And Leia Get Genderbent [Cosplay]
Hand Animals
Hand Crafted, Comfy Looking Seating Sculptures Depicting Endangered Species by Designer Porky Hefer
Hand dryers v paper towels: the surprisingly dirty fight for the right to dry your hands
Hand in Hand
Hand Painted Tulip Cookies
Hand-crafted mechanisms
Hand-stitched Calvin and Hobbes embroidery
Handcrafted 1873-style Monocycle for sale
Handcrafted wooden tablet stands with input devices
Handkerchief or tissue? Which one’s better for our health and the planet?
Hands off My TikTok. Banning It Would Hurt the Most Marginalized
Hands on: striking action game Apotheon plays as well as it looks
Hands On: Vertiginous Golf
Handyman Blues
Hanging at home with Jonas the tiger! (video)
Hanging by a thread: How the online nerdy T-shirt economy exists in an IP world
Hanging Flower Art
Hannah Gadsby navigates the mirror maze of trauma as an autistic, gender queer comedian
Hannah Gadsby on culture wars, pot-stirring and Picasso: ‘I created that circus. I don’t need to watch it’
Hannah Peel
Happier Employees, Higher Profits: Covid’s Surprising Lesson for Restaurants
Happiest elephant plays w/ Ribbon
Happiness is a glass half empty
"Happiness-Producing Questions"
Happy - Pharrell Williams (on 10 Different Musical Instruments Cover) (ft. Gunhild Carling)
Happy 1234567890 day!
Happy 160th birthday Dame Nellie Melba: 5 surprising facts about the canny songstress
Happy 200th Birthday Ada Lovelace – Ada’s bicentenary – Let’s make more Adas together
Happy 20th Birthday To 'No One Lives Forever', The Classic PC Game That Can't Be Sold Today Thanks To IP
Happy 75th Birthday Jim Henson
Happy Birthday from Tokyo
Happy Birthday Glass Wings!
Happy Birthday Sesame Street!
Happy Birthday to Me, Here’s a Story For You: “Regarding Your Application Status”
'Happy Birthday' Song Copyright Ruled to Be Invalid
Happy Birthday, Statute of Anne
happy doggie
Happy Easter :-)
Happy End of the World
HAPPY FLIGHT Trailer 【Fuji TV Official】
Happy Halloween!
Happy Hippie Presents: Don't Dream It's Over (Performed by Miley Cyrus & Ariana Grande)
Happy Holidays
Happy Holidays 2023!
Happy Holidays!
Happy New Year 2013
Happy New Year 2017!
Happy New Year 2021!
Happy New Year 2022!
Happy New Year 2023!
Happy New Year 2024!
Happy New Year everyone!
Happy New Year!
Happy Pretend to be a Time Traveller Day
Happy Public Domain Day 2020!
Happy Public Domain Day 2024!
Happy Slideshow
Happy tapir receives massage -- exclusive video
Happy the person
Happy To Be Here
Happy Together | The Turtles | Pomplamoose
Har Gobind Khorana: The chemist who cracked DNA’s code and made the first artificial gene was born into poverty 100 years ago in an Indian village
Harassed, afraid, a North Country immigrant fights back with love
Hard 'n Phirm: Gersberms (Yer Gervin Mah)
The hard right and climate catastrophe are intimately linked. This is how
Hard-fought COP28 agreement suggests the days of fossil fuels are numbered – but climate catastrophe is not yet averted
The Hardest Places in the World to Visit
‘Hardly seen as human at all’: will fantasy ever beat its dwarfism problem?
The Hardware Hacker: Bunnie Huang's tour-de-force on hardware hacking, reverse engineering, China, manufacturing, innovation and biohacking
Harlan Crow Sure Isn’t Paying for Your Kid’s School
Harlan Ellison's The Last Dangerous Visions may finally be published, after five-decade wait
The harm JobMaker will do to women and older workers far outweighs any benefits
Harmy's Star Wars: Despecialized Edition v2.5 - Video Sources Documentary
Harnessing Hamster Power with a Nanogenerator
Harpoons, robots and lasers: how to capture defunct satellites and other space junk and bring it back to Earth
Harrison Ford: "Stop Giving Power to People Who Don't Believe in Science"
Harry & Meghan – what the first episodes reveal about Meghan’s reputation within the royal family
Harry Belafonte leveraged stardom for social change, his powerful voice always singing a song for justice
Harry Potter and the Author Who Failed Us
Harry Potter and the Disenchanted Wildlife: how light and sound shows can harm nocturnal animals
Harry Potter and the Extreme Goth Makeover
Harry Potter and The Rehabilitation of Rowling
Harry Potter as a Teen Comedy
Harry Potter Christmas Party Photo Blitz! Come See ALL THE THINGS!
Harry Potter Dances
Harry Potter Expo at Universal Orlando
Harry Potter Fringe show is reclaiming magic from you-know-who: ‘Nobody owns imagination’
Harryhausen100 tribute
Haruki Murakami
Harvard Has Become a Tax Shelter for Billionaires as Public Education Languishes
Harvard historian: strategy of climate science denial groups 'extremely successful'
Harvesting Waste Plastic In Emerging Economies As A Currency, To Reduce Pollution And Improve Lives
Harvey Birdman's Coming Back To Adult Swim And He's Got A Fancy New Job
Has a big village of tiny homes eased homelessness in Austin?
Has coronavirus killed our chance to stop climate change getting worse, or given us a opportunity to act?
Has France really gone to hell? Its catastrophist discourse is at odds with the facts
Has Japan improved on the fortune cookie? (+video)
Has the 3D printing revolution finally arrived?
Has the cyberattack on DP World put Australia’s trade at risk? Probably not … this time
Has the world become less colourful?
Has US-style politicisation of the courts come to Australia?
Hats for Cats
Hatshepsut obelisk re-erected in original location at Karnak Temple
haunting and SPOOKY
Haunting Animation Shows All The Fires Burning in Northern Australia The Past 2 Months
'Hauntingly beautiful' image of a golden horseshoe crab wins wildlife photography competition
Have Australians in India been abandoned because people of colour are seen as ‘less’ Australian?
have fun with these special effects and Donald Rumsfeld
Have hen will travel: the man who sailed round the world with a chicken
‘Have I just joined another cult?’: Daniella grew up in The Family, then joined the army – where she experienced toxic control, again
Have some economists severely underestimated the financial hit from climate change? Recent evidence suggests yes
[Have to share this 3:55 animation with you...THANKS BONNIE D. for sending it to me!]
Have we been talking about climate change all wrong?
Have we fallen out of love with voice assistants?
Have we reached the end of nature? Our relationship with the environment is in crisis
Have you driven a Fjord lately?
Have you ever wondered what happens when you forget to turn your p.c. off ?
Have you heard soy is linked to cancer risk or can ‘feminise’ men? Here’s what the science really says
‘Have you recently had an abortion?’ Australian transiting through US questioned then deported
Have You Tried Turning It Off and On Again: Rethinking Tech Regulation and Creative Labor
Haven’t had COVID or a vaccine dose in the past six months? Consider getting a booster
Having Conquered The Internet, Cats Set Their Sight On The Art World
Having Vin Diesel as your dungeon master is really soothing
Having ‘good’ posture doesn’t prevent back pain, and ‘bad’ posture doesn’t cause it
Hawai'i photos
Hawaii Becomes First U.S. State to Ban Shark Fishing
Hawaii just received its last shipment of coal ever
Hawaii’s climate future: Dry regions get drier with global warming, increasing fire risk
Hawks' Forbidden Love Results In A Rare Hybrid
Hayabusa2 re-entry capsule to land in South Australia
Hayao Miyazaki Donates His Personal Car to Ghibli Park
Hayao Miyazaki Ends Retirement to Direct a New Feature-Length Animation
Hayao Miyazaki isn't making features but is at work on manga
Hayao Miyazaki Picks His 50 Favorite Children’s Books
The Hayao Miyazaki Sequences That Changed Animators’ Lives
Hayao Miyazaki Tribute "Pixel Art"
Hayao Miyazaki wins Golden Globe for The Boy and the Heron
Hayao Miyazaki’s Beautiful, Broken Worlds
Hayao Miyazaki’s Studio Ghibli Releases Free Backgrounds for Virtual Meetings: Princess Mononoke, Spirited Away & More
The Hazards of Gambling
Hazel the Donkey Loves the Wizard Over the Rainbow
Hazel The Sugar Glider
He Got A Bad Grade. So, He Got The Constitution Amended. Now He's Getting The Credit He Deserves.
He Really Let Himself Go
‘He was always voraciously watching’: Scorsese’s secret life as an obsessive VHS archivist
‘He was deadly, a deadly man’: remembering the incredible life and work of Uncle Jack Charles
‘He was in fear of his life’: bullying can be a major factor in deciding to homeschool
He was licked by a mountain lion, and instead of getting scared, he was fascinated
‘He Who Must Not Be Named’: Australian council told not to mention Harry Potter-themed event in local park
He's Just Woven The World's Finest Panama Hat. But Who Will Buy It?
Head Like An Orange
Head of Independent Sage to launch international climate change group
Head Spa Massager
Headcovers have always been political in Iran – for women on all sides
‘Headed off the charts’: world’s ocean surface temperature hits record high
Headlines That Need to Be Read Twice
Headphones, saw blades, coat hangers: how human trash in Australian bird nests changed over 195 years
Headwear and hegemony: how ‘turban tossing’ protests are threatening Iran’s ruling clergy
Healing a scarred land
Healing the divide
Health at a planetary scale
Health care offered to women in prison should match community standards – and their rights
Health evidence against gas and oil is piling up, as governments turn a blind eye
Health experts say COVID-19 complacency has restricted freedoms of the immunocompromised and elderly
The health impacts of climate change and why calls for action are growing louder
The Health Risks of Gas Stoves Explained
Health Star Rating only on about a third of Australian supermarket products that should carry it, report shows
Health worker burnout and ‘compassion fatigue’ put patients at risk. How can we help them help us?
Health, nutrition and heroes in rural Afghanistan
Healthy humans drive the economy: we’re now witnessing one of the worst public policy failures in Australia’s history
Hear Seven Hours of Women Making Electronic Music (1938- 2014)
Hear that? It’s the sound of leaf blower bans.
Heard of Elephants Song!
Heard of Elephants tickets now available
Heard of ‘kindy flu’? There’s no such thing. But kids are at risk this flu season for one simple reason
Hearing loss is twice as common in Australia’s lowest income groups, our research shows
Heart Aerospace unveils new airplane design, confirms Air Canada and Saab as new shareholders
The Heart of Storytelling
The Heart of the Matter: The Security of Women, The Security of States
Heartbleed as Metaphor
Heartwarming Photos of Acts of Kindness
‘Heat dome’ probably killed 1bn marine animals on Canada coast, experts say
Heat from an Amazon Data Center Is Warming Dublin’s Buildings
Heat Pumps Are An Essential Wedge But Have A Hidden Downside To Fix
Heat Pumps Are Not Fair Weather Friends Any More
Heat pumps can cut your energy costs by up to 90%. It’s not magic, just a smart use of the laws of physics
Heat pumps twice as efficient as fossil fuel systems in cold weather, study finds
Heat pumps, heat pumps, heat pumps!!
Heat Pumps, Hooray!
Heat your House with a Mechanical Windmill
Heat, cold, pollution, noise and insects: too many apartment blocks aren’t up to the challenge
Heat: the next big inequality issue
Fwd: Heathrow Airport - YOU NEED UPLIFT FOR THE DAY, this is IT!....spend 3 minutes on this
Heatwave in south and wildfire smoke in north buffet US from both sides
Heatwaves may mean Sydney is too hot for people to live in 'within decades'
Heavily persecuted, highly influential: China’s online feminist revolution
Heavy Metal Man: 50-ton Gigantor Statue Gives Kobe Hope
Heavy Snowfall Hits Tokyo, And The Results Are Pretty Much What You’d Expect
HeavyBubbles™ – Sprudelwasser, das dich zum Schwitzen bringt
HECS for farmers? Nature repair loans could help biodiversity recover – and boost farm productivity
Hedgehog Facts
Heidi C. Vlach
Heidi Kenney
Heirs of Infocom: Where interactive fiction authors and games stand today
Helen Ahpornsiri
helga stentzel hangs clothes to create surreal farm animal illusions
Hello in Elephant, A Wonderful Online Tool That Translates Human Speech Into Elephant Language
Hello Kitty kaleidoscope projector
Hello Kitty Kat-astrophe
Hello Kitty Origami 3D
Hello Kitty's Best Friend
Hello Ruby kids' coding book raises $185k (and counting) on Kickstarter
Help A Blind Person Identify Everyday Things, Via Smartphone App
Help End the Long COVID Crisis (U.S. Letter)
Help people in Iran reconnect to Signal – a request to our community
Help Rebuild the Birthplace of the Rock-afire Explosion!
Help the Moomins save #OURSEA
Help the O’Reilly animals
Help Us Keep the Archive Free, Accessible, and Reader Private
Helping the Pacific financially is a great start – but Australia must act on the root cause of the climate crisis
Helsinki Built a Library That Brings a Whole City Together
Henry 8.0 - The Book of Faces
Henry Farrell – On post-democracy
Henry Kissinger, 1923-2023. War criminal
Henry VIII Pants
Henson to Do Monster Blood Tattoo
Her car died, so she walked to work. One day on the walk, she found $15,000.
Her Retirement Home Said ‘No’ to Solar Panels. She Got It to Buy 1,344.
[IP] Her Royal Early Adopter
Her son was an accused cult leader. She says he was a victim, too.
Her work as a pioneering animator was lost to history — until now
Herd of puppets to trek 20,000km to highlight urgency of climate crisis
Herd the news? Australian alpaca numbers near 400,000 after baby boom
Here are 4 things you definitely didn’t know about Aussie magpies
Here Are 5 Infuriating Examples of Facts Making People Dumber
Here are 5 ways to flatten the climate change curve while stuck at home
Here are all the positive environmental stories from 2023 so far
Here are the countries leading the way on recycling, and how Australia can catch up
Here Are the Winners of National Geographic's Traveler Photo Contest
Here are the winners of the 2022 Ig Nobel Prizes
Here are the winners of the 2022 Nebula Awards
Here are your 2018 Ig Nobel Prize winners
Here be dragons
Here comes Camp Terra Livre
Here Comes The Sun on a Kalimba
Here is a global solution to the plastic waste crisis - and A$443 million to get it started
Here is How We Will Boycott Injustice and Police Brutality in America
Here is Today
Here It Goes Again | OK Go | Pomplamoose
Here lies the internet, murdered by generative AI
Here We Go Again: All The Works That Should Now Be In The Public Domain, But Aren't
Here We Go Again: Sony Disappears Digital Content That Was Pitched To Customers As ‘Forever’
Here's 150+ Sources on Covid to Share with Everyone You Know
Here's how the data we feed AI determines the results
Here's How The Next 5 Years Might Look: Scientists Outline 3 Likely Pandemic Outcomes
Here's my plan to save Twitter: let's buy it
Here's part of @larissawaters' incredible speech about raising Newstart. Drop everything and watch this.
"Here's the Plan" - CG animated short film
Here's What Happened When A Neighborhood Decided To Ban Cars For A Month
Here's Why Movie Dialogue Has Gotten More Difficult To Understand (And Three Ways To Fix It)
Here, here: the Swedish online love army who take on the trolls
Here’s a Bunch of Science Fiction Books with Cats on the Cover
Here’s a scheme Labor should ditch in its bid to boost productivity. It’s the ‘patent box’
Here’s a simple way to stop governments giving jobs to mates
Here’s another type of COVID test to get your head around. But is this new home kit worth the cost?
Here’s how a TV series inspired the KeepCup revolution. What’s next in the war on waste?
Here’s How To Eat Everything You’ve Ever Wanted From A Miyazaki Film
Here’s how to fix Australia’s approach to soil carbon credits so they really count towards our climate goals
Here’s how wastewater facilities could tackle food waste, generate energy and slash emissions
Here’s how we track down and very carefully photograph Australia’s elusive snakes
Here’s some context missing from the Mparntwe Alice Springs ‘crime wave’ reporting
Here’s the science behind the Brexit vote and Trump’s rise
Here’s the truth about Sunak’s plans for the North Sea: he will sell out the planet to the dirtiest bidders
Here’s what Europe’s largest floating solar farm is going to look like
Here’s what happened when Iran introduced a basic income
Here’s what happened when we endowed volunteers with a sixth finger
Here’s what happens to workers when coal-fired power plants close. It isn’t good
Here’s What It’s Like At The Headquarters Of The Teens Working To Stop Mass Shootings
Here’s what the major parties need to do about higher education this election
Here’s where we really need microgrids in the US
Here’s who decides cause of death, how death certificates work – and whether a person died with or of COVID
Here’s why Europe is abandoning plans to fly aboard China’s space station
Here’s why having chocolate can make you feel great or a bit sick – plus 4 tips for better eating
Here’s why misinformation is a smaller problem than you think
Here’s why the best IMAX movies still need a Palm Pilot to work
Here’s why The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is big news – even among those who don’t see themselves as ‘gamers’
Here’s why we need a disability rights act – not just a disability discrimination one
Here’s why we’re not prepared for the next wave of biotech innovation
Here’s why you might need a 4th COVID vaccine dose this winter
Here’s why you should (almost) never use a pie chart for your data
Here’s Why You’re Seeing Gross Viral Recipes on Your Subway Commute
Here’s your first look at the magical ‘Ghibli Park’
Hero Otter Saves iPhone from Watery Depths
'Hero' cat saves owner from Melbourne house fire
Hero-U: Rogue to Redemption
Heroes and Villains (Common Grounds)
Heroes Get Better with Age: 10 Middle-Aged Protagonists in SFF
Heroes in pink: Lao midwives supporting rights and saving lives
Heroes of the Great Patriotic Trade War
Heroes, villains … biology: 3 reasons comic books are great science teachers
Heroine Boys and Princely Girls: How Nozaki-kun is Challenging Gender Roles in Fiction
Hertz Still Refuses To Drop Prosecutions Despite Being Sued For Bogus Theft Reports
Hertz to Pay $168M for Falsely Accusing Customers of Stealing Cars
#HerUniverseFashionShow 2019
Hey Bambi! Those aren't deer
Hey Elon: Let Me Help You Speed Run The Content Moderation Learning Curve
Hey haole! If you’ve taken a trip to Maui, you need to give back
Hey Ocean! - If I Were A Ship
Hey Pandas !! Today Is The International Day Of The World’s Indigenous People. Let’s Celebrate With A Bit Of Culture !!
Hey! What's That in the Backpack?
Hey! Where's Sigmund?
Hey, Garth McVicar, we reject your insulting ‘congratulations’ at a fatal shooting
‘He’s a villain’: Joe Manchin attracts global anger over climate crisis
‘He’s dog-whistling’: Trump denounced over anti-immigrant comment
Hi, I'm Liz
Hibbert’s flowers and Hitler’s beetle – what do we do when species are named after history’s monsters?
The Hidden Automation Agenda of the Davos Elite
The Hidden Billionaires
The Hidden Butterfly Trade
Hidden carbon: Fungi and their ‘necromass’ absorb one-third of the carbon emitted by burning fossil fuels every year
The hidden cost of gasoline
The hidden cost of the AI boom: social and environmental exploitation
Hidden costs, manipulation, forced continuity: report reveals how Australian consumers are being duped online
The hidden culprit driving America’s apocalypse of boarded-up storefronts
The hidden energy cost of smart homes
Hidden gems: Translators and interpreters in Australia play a critical if seldom seen role
Hidden in Paradise: Fascinating, Rare Dolphins and Whales You’ve Never Seen Before
‘Hidden Language’: Hong Kongers Get Creative Against Security Law
The hidden long-term risks of surgery: ‘It gives people’s brains a hard time’
The Hidden Message in Pixar’s Films
The hidden plastics in our clothes – and how to avoid them
Hidden women of history: disabled Australian author Dorothy Cottrell was ‘the Liane Moriarty of the Jazz Age’ but is almost unheard of here
Hidden women of history: Eliza Hamilton Dunlop — the Irish Australian poet who shone a light on colonial violence
Hidden women of history: Ennigaldi-Nanna, curator of the world’s first museum
Hidden women of history: how ‘Lady’ Williams founded a great Australian apple
Hidden women of history: Hélisenne de Crenne, the first French novelist to tell her own story
The hidden world of LOONEY TUNES' background art
Hidden World of Octopus Cities Shows We Must Leave These Sentient Creatures Alone
The Hidden World of Undersea Cables
Hiding America From Americans
Higgs Boson as Papercraft
High Aspirations
High Court blocks appeal for Bylong coal mine in likely fatal blow to project
The High Court of Australia has a majority of women justices for the first time. Here’s why that matters
High Hopes - DRUM TAO (Panic! At The Disco Cover) Japanese Traditional Drums "太鼓" feat. HIDEHARU
High School Dance Team Performs Impressive Harry Potter Themed Routine
High School Principal Cancels Entire Reading Program To Stop Students From Reading Cory Doctorow's 'Little Brother'
High Schooler Builds Fully Functional Wooden Car Model in 300 Hours for Physics Project
The high seas are supposed to belong to everyone – a new UN treaty aims to make it law
High Seas Treaty: Palau and Chile first countries to ratify deal to protect international waters
High time to end this immoral drugs war
High-definition space movies
High-Speed Robot Hand Demonstrates Dexterity and Skillful Manipulation
Higher Education and the Politics of Disruption
Highest resolution photo in the world
Highest-paid CEOs run worst-performing companies, research finds
The highly secretive Five Eyes alliance has disrupted a China-backed hacker group – in an unusually public manner
The Highway of Tears: Canada’s Genocide is Not Distant History
Highway to hack: Why we’re just at the beginning of the auto-hacking era
The hijab is not a symbol of gender oppression – but those who choose to wear it risk Islamophobia
'Hijacked by anxiety': how climate dread is hindering climate action
Hike the Stairizona Trail in Globe
Hikikomori: Why are so many Japanese men refusing to leave their rooms?
The hiking movement to reclaim green spaces
hilarious - Avatar: The Making of the Bootleg
Hilarious Medieval Illuminations
Hilarious Tableware
Hilarious Travel Accomodation
Hilariously terrifying talk about security
Himalayan Glaciers Are Melting 65% Faster Than Just 10 Years Ago
Hippy, capitalist, guru, grocer: the forgotten genius who changed British food
Hipster Disney Princesses
Hipsters in Space
Hiroshima attack marks its 78th anniversary – its lessons of unnecessary mass destruction could help guide future nuclear arms talks
His Wealth Has Made Him Dog-Gone Crazy!
HISD to eliminate librarians, turn some libraries into discipline centers at 28 campuses
Historians are learning more about how the Nazis targeted trans people
The historic COP15 outcome is an imperfect game-changer for saving nature. Here’s why Australia did us proud
Historic investment in urban trees underway across the U.S.
Historic land win for Ecuador’s Siekopai sets precedent for other Indigenous peoples
‘Historic moment’ for nature as Europe’s first wild river national park announced in Albania
Historic Pairing: Shuttle Docked to the ISS : Big Pic
Historic return of elephants in KwaZulu-Natal’s Babanango Game Reserve
Historic transfer protects the largest intact bay in coastal South Carolina
Historic UN conference marks watershed moment to tackle global water crisis and ensure water-secure future
Historical Context and “Men of Their Times”
The Historical Reason The British Drive On The Left (And Why Most People Don’t)
‘Historic’ deal to protect high seas agreed by UN member states
The history and mystery of Tangram, the children’s puzzle game that harbours a mathematical paradox or two
The History Behind the Supreme Court Showdown Over Tribal Land Is Bloody and Violent. For Rebecca Nagle, It’s Also Personal.
History in Ink: Preserving the World’s Largest Cartoon and Comic Collection
History Must Be Curved
The History of Cartography, the “Most Ambitious Overview of Map Making Ever,” Is Free Online
History of Information
history of japan
History of Violin (THE INSTRUMENTALS - Episode 7)
The history of visual and special effects
History Repeating: Google Glass Getting Same Treatment As Walkman And Cameras Once Did
History Shows That Sustained, Disruptive Protests Work
History tells us what may happen next with Brexit & Trump
History wars: Malcolm Turnbull has fallen off the cliff of reason
History's solutions to runaway inequality: warfare, revolution, state collapse and plague
History’s Greatest Obstacle to Climate Progress Has Finally Fallen
Hitchhiker's Fan-Site Started By Douglas Adams Shows Why Authors Shouldn't Panic Over Derivative Works
The Hitchhiker's Guide to Douglas Adams
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Game - 30th Anniversary Edition
Hitting the beach this summer? Here are some of our top animal picks to look out for
Hitting toughest climate target will save world $30tn in damages, analysis shows
HK Devblog
HKFP Lens: The best of Peter Yuen’s wildlife rescue photography
Hoag's Object
The Hoard Must Precious
Hobart endures hottest night in 112 years as severe heatwave hits south-eastern Australia
Hobbit advance payment fraud letter
The Hobbit at 48fps
Hobbit Hole Doll House
Hobbyist Group Flies Drone Over World's Tallest Building
Hobo Lobo of Hamelin
Hogswatch Sausage Supper attended by hundreds of Discworld fans
Hogwarts Legacy does not deserve to be reviewed on its own merits
Hokusai: More than 100 lost works by non-western world’s most famous artist rediscovered
Hold the beer: how university O-Week swapped parties and pranks for picnics and friendship bracelets
The Hole in Our Collective Memory: How Copyright Made Mid-Century Books Vanish
Holiday home tax to triple after three years under deal between Allan government, Greens
holiday music like you have NEVER heard before
HOLIDAZE (Short Film)
Holland covers hundreds of bus stops with plants as gift to honeybees
Hollywood Accounting Rears Its Ugly Head Again: Fox's 'False Testimony' And 'Aversion For The Truth' Leads To $179M Fine
The Hollywood economy is reeling as streaming can’t turn a profit and residuals disappear for writers and actors
Hollywood Has Been Pressuring Australian Attorney General To Pressure ISPs Into Being Copyright Cops
Hollywood is the single best example of mature labor power in America
Hollywood Needs The Internet More Than The Internet Needs Hollywood
Hollywood on the picket line – 5 unsung films that put America’s union history on the silver screen
Hollywood Pretends There Is No Pandemic
Hollywood Screenwriters Worry About Aggressive Copyright Enforcement And Threats To An Open Internet
Hollywood Whines About Mandatory Release Windows (Which They Used To Support) Fueling Piracy
Hollywood’s Insistence on New Draconian Copyright Rules Is Not About Protecting Artists
Hollywood’s love of guns increases the risk of shootings – both on and off the set
Holodecks For Aged Care Facilities?
Holograms and AI can bring performers back from the dead – but will the fans keep buying it?
holy moly what a rabbit!
Holy Shit, I Interviewed the President
Homage, pilgrimage and protest: why Sydney’s Mardi Gras parade should go back to the streets
Home Depot Suggestion Box
Home Free & Moonspike
Home insurance bills are soaring as climate risks grow. The government should step in
Home Is Where the Art Is
Home Is Where the Noise Is
Home of endangered marsupial hit by state-sanctioned logging in NSW, environmentalists say
Home schooling is surging, but lax regulation can leave kids vulnerable to abuse
Home Taping Is Killin Music
Home truths: TV’s Kevin McCloud thinks Australia should stop building such big houses
Homebrew electricity in Malawi
Homeland Security Relies On Secrecy To Violate People's Rights And Humiliate Them At The Border
Homeland Security Uses AI Tool to Analyze Social Media of U.S. Citizens and Refugees
Homeless Australians are dying at age 44 on average in hidden crisis
Homeless Dance Company
Homeless mom left her dog with note, ‘please love me.’ A shelter reunited them.
Homeless numbers have jumped since COVID housing efforts ended – and the problem is spreading beyond the big cities
Homelessness and overcrowding expose us all to coronavirus. Here’s what we can do to stop the spread
Homelessness is common for teens leaving out-of-home-care. We need to extend care until they are at least 21
Homelessness today sees workers and families with nowhere stable to live. No wonder their health is suffering
Homemade cat éclair for Japanese Cat Day
Homeowner Sues Police After Pursuit Of Shoplifter Leaves Him With No Home To Own
Homes of journalists at India news site critical of government raided, fueling press freedom fears
Homework is wrecking our kids: The research is clear, let’s ban elementary homework
Homme de Plume: What I Learned Sending My Novel Out Under a Male Name
Homosexuality explained
Honda's U3-X Personal Mobility Device
Honda’s Chili-Flavored Wire Wrap Could Save Your Car From a Rodent Invasion
Honduras Takes Key Steps in Ocean and Coastal Conservation
Honest Government Ad | A message to whistleblowers
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Honest Government Ad | Carbon Capture and Storage
Honest Government Ad | Carbon Credits & Offsets
Honest Government Ad | COP31 Australia & the Pacific
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Honest Government Ad | How to rig elections
Honest Government Ad | Labor
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Honey Badger Houdini - Honey Badgers: Masters of Mayhem - Natural World - BBC Two
Honeybees cluster together when it’s cold – but we’ve been completely wrong about why
Honeybees join humans as the only known animals that can tell the difference between odd and even numbers
Hong Kong court rules that same-sex couples hold equal inheritance rights
Hong Kong few select powerful new ‘patriots only’ committee
Hong Kong Government Arrests Four Members Of Pro-Democracy Hong Kong Alliance, Shuts Down Its Online Presence
Hong Kong issues arrest warrants for eight overseas democracy activists
Hong Kong lawmakers pass new measures to quash dissent
Hong Kong police arrest pro-democracy figures on Tiananmen Square anniversary
Hong Kong primaries: China declares pro-democracy polls 'illegal'
Hong Kong protests: "Might as well go down fighting"
The Hong Kong Protests: A Quick (and by no means complete) Summary
Hong Kong sci-fi film mixes robots and Chinese opera
Hong Kong to scour old films for subversive themes under new censorship law
Hong Kong's last pro-democracy paper sells out final edition
Hong Kong: Tech Firms Should Oppose Protest Song Ban
Hong Kong: Warrants Aim at Activists Abroad
Hong Kong’s Zero-Opposition Legislature Aims To Up Oppression With New ‘National Security’ Law
Hoof It
Hook Turn: How the Aussie game industry turned a corner
Hop licking the cats ear
Hope Floats in Maine
Hope for Great Barrier Reef? New Study Shows Genetic Diversity of Coral Could Extend Our Chance to Save It
‘Hope has to be a strategy’: the scientist who refused to let the climate warmongers win
Hope is not optimism
Hopepunk, the latest storytelling trend, is all about weaponized optimism
Hoppy Holidays!
The Hopscotch Experiment | Dirty Data | Cut
Horrible Histories: Guide to Internet Privacy
The Horrifically Dystopian World of Software Engineering Interviews
‘Horrific’ incidents revealed in Australia mining inquiry
‘Horrific’ stats show how most disability benefit fraud allegations are false
Horrified B-Movie Victims Figure Set
Horror Movies for your Pets
Horses can use symbols to talk to us
Horses Get Blinky Rainbow Tails
Horses read each other's ears
Hoshino, a Star Wars Fan Film Masterfully Tells the Story of a Blind Jedi’s Lightsaber
Hospitals are killing patients because they don't feel like doing infection control
‘Host-directed therapy’ could treat infectious diseases – including COVID – and limit drug-resistance
Hosting Cop in 2026 could be the incentive Australia needs to turbocharge climate action
Hot Air by Peter Stott review – the battle against climate change denial
Hot Earth Dreams: What if severe climate change happens, and humans survive?
The Hot New Luxury Good for the Rich: Air
The Hot New Millennial Housing Trend Is a Repeat of the Middle Ages
Hot Tub (the first track on our album!!!) - Pomplamoose
Hot tub hack reveals washed-up security protection
Hot Tub Monkeys!
Hot Water - Simon's Cat
Hotel booking sites actually make it hard to get cheap deals, but there’s a way around it
Hotter Kalahari desert may stop hornbills breeding by 2027
Hourglass Clock
Hours on hold, repeated calls, months of delay: Maryanne’s struggle to get urgent jobseeker payments
House Party
House sales are cratering but inventory is soaring
The House That Sweaters Built
"House" music
Household solar and storage: It’s time to rethink the energy system
Households find low-waste living challenging. Here’s what needs to change
Houseplants don’t just look nice – they can also give your mental health a boost
Houses set alight as lava from volcano eruption reaches Icelandic town
The houses that build themselves - BBC REEL
The Housewives of White Supremacy
The housing wealth gap between older and younger Australians has widened alarmingly in the past 30 years. Here’s why
Housing: the hidden health intervention
Houston's only lesbian bar denied insurance for hosting drag shows
Houston, We Have A Public Domain Problem
How "Baldur’s Gate 3" and "Honor Among Thieves" Finally Captured the Soul of D&D
How 'Just Metadata' Helped Ruin A Career Diplomat's Life
How 'Maintainers,' Not 'Innovators,' Make the World Turn
How (and Why) SpaceX Will Colonize Mars
How (and why) to stay optimistic when it feels like the environment is falling apart
How 130,000 Flamingos Changed Mumbai
How 1970s conservation laws turned this ‘paradise on Earth’ into a tinderbox
How 2023’s record heat worsened droughts, floods and bushfires around the world
How 5 Young Women in Montana Scored a Landmark Climate Victory
How a 27-year-old busted the myth of Bitcoin’s anonymity
How a billionaire's mediocre pump-and-dump "book" became a "bestseller"
How a Buddhist-inspired high school is boosting Hungary’s Roma
How a cat rescue worker created an internet splash with a 'CatVana' adoption campaign
How a catastrophic global pandemic has given Australia a new lens on New Zealand
How a cheap component could help kill off combustion cars
How a City in France Got the World’s First Short-Story Vending Machines
How a Coast Miwok Group Is Buying Back a Piece of Their Ancestral Land in Marin
How a Colombian City Cooled Dramatically in Just Three Years
How a Country Embraced the River It Feared
How A Danish Town Helped Young Muslims Turn Away From ISIS
How a deluge of lockdown volunteers rescued UK’s hidden weather history
How a dubious statistic convinced U.S. courts to approve of indefinite detention
How a fake ‘free speech crisis’ could imperil academic freedom
How A Feud Among Wolf-Kink Erotica FanFic Authors Demonstrates What The Copyright Office Got Wrong In Its DMCA Report
How a focus on girls has nurtured the rebirth of one of Africa’s great wildlife parks
How a group of neighbors created their own Internet service
How a Homeless Shelter in a School Paid Off in the Classroom
How a kid cartoonist avoided Scholastic's digital sharecropping trap
How a leaked USB stick became the Nauru files – a tale of brutality and despair told in 160,000 words
How a lethal fungus is shrinking living space for our frogs
How a Melbourne recycling program is using old hotel soap to solve a global health problem
How a mom’s “This Is My Son” anti-feminist brag went viral — and completely backfired
How a mountain lion injured by CA wildfire shows that fish skin could help heal burn wounds
How a new generation of gamers is pushing for inclusivity beyond the table
How a new Sesame Street show is bringing Muppet magic to refugee camps
How a perfect storm of events is turning Myanmar into a ‘super-spread