https://e360.yale.edu/features/the-science-and-art-of-restoring-a-damaged-wetland?fbclid=IwAR1MEwF4hnojdoc68ydz7cwBMbgTzC5sGyj6fmtUCN51Mro4BrfCnhogFvY This includes slide shows as well as text. Might as well just click thru to see an environmental story that is positive.
The body doesn't react the same to all proteins. https://www.popsugar.com/fitness/Worst-Forms-Protein-45104512? Worst Forms of Protein If You're Trying to Lose Weight, You Should Avoid These 6 Proteins June 19, 2019by HAJAR LARBAH 951 Shares View In Slideshow Image Source: Flickr user Mike Mozart If you live an active lifestyle, you know just how important having an adequate amount of protein … Continue reading If you’re trying to lose weight, avoid these proteins
https://www.cnbc.com/2019/05/17/google-gmail-tracks-purchase-history-how-to-delete-it.html Google uses Gmail to track a history of things you buy — and it’s hard to delete PUBLISHED FRI, MAY 17 2019 2:09 PM EDTUPDATED FRI, MAY 17 2019 7:01 PM EDT Todd Haselton@ROBOTODD Megan Graham@MEGANCGRAHAM KEY POINTS Google saves years of information on purchases you’ve made, even outside Google, and pulls this information from Gmail. … Continue reading Google uses Gmail to build a record of your purchases — and it’s difficult to delete
Those of us who love independent and small movies grieved when the landlord required the Lincoln Plaza Cinema at W 62nd Street and Broadway to close. This neighborhood is activist tho, and the New Plaza Cinema (which doesn't yet have a permanent home) is regularly showing movies at the NY Institute of Technology auditorium between … Continue reading New Plaza Cinemas operating its pop-up showcase for independent movies again on Saturday, June 1st — UWS, NYC
Some of the discussion and conclusions are a bit jargon-heavy but will be manna to those who enjoy the topic. Reliable historical records only go back a few hundred years in all but the most populated areas. This study is a remarkable achievement. http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/imageo/2019/05/07/new-study-reveals-extraordinary-change-in-el-nino-possibly-linked-to-climate-change/? ImaGeo New study reveals “extraordinary change” in El Niño possibly linked … Continue reading El Nino’s extraordinary changes over last 400 years likely traceable to climate change
https://e360.yale.edu/digest/dangerously-high-air-pollution-levels-found-in-most-u-s-national-parks If you want more details, here's the report: https://npca.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/NPCAParksReport2019.pdf E360 DIGEST MAY 8, 2019 Dangerously High Air Pollution Levels Found in Most U.S. National Parks Hikers at Pitamakan Pass in Glacier National Park JACOB W. FRANK/NPS Some 85 percent of U.S. national parks have levels of air pollution that are hazardous to human health, according … Continue reading Air in almost all US National Parks dangerously polluted