Kalyanee Mam, creator of the documentary “A River Changes Course,” sits down with Sage to discuss the global forces that are disrupting life in Cambodia.
Articles written by: Benjamin Goldfarb
When droughts and floods force subsistence farmers to migrate, what happens to the families who stay behind? An interview with Koko Warner, a United Nations researcher on the frontlines of climate change adaptation.
Ah, Earth Day: an opportunity for the country’s worst polluters to rise, phoenix-like, from puddles of industrial effluent and recreate themselves as environmentalists. An opportunity for America’s retailers to shamelessly hijack the words “eco-friendly” and “sustainable” and repurpose them to quicken the pulse of fetishistic shoppers. An opportunity for a free canvas shopping bag with every purchase!
I was hardly surprised when Groupon sent me an email proffering Earth
Nearly 40% of Americans don’t believe in evolution, and acknowledgment of anthropogenic climate change is equally spotty. Acclaimed author Carl Zimmer spoke with Sage about how science communicators can begin to reach creationists and climate deniers, why Einstein makes for a great magazine cover, and what to do when your work gets slandered on the Daily Show.
A group of farmers are waging a class-action lawsuit against giant GM seed company Monsanto. The farmers’ argument? “An invention that poisons people is not patentable.” Ben Goldfarb explores an ongoing case with the power to revolutionize the way America grows its food.