A Colorado college hosted a Native American activist Wednesday to discuss the idea that nature and “Mother Earth” should be given rights, allowing the Earth to also be given legal protection.
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In Shenzhen, China, a sprawling metropolis of over 12 million people, more than 16,000 city buses run on batteries, moving commuters to jobs and residents to shops using electricity instead of diesel.
Some 1.5 million people in England are at high risk of losing their jobs to automation, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
But funders still need to create standardised data repositories for all fields
After months of negotiation, the University of California has ended its $10 million subscription contract with Elsevier, the world’s largest scientific publisher, headquartered in Amsterdam.
In the aftermath of closure, Argosy University graduate and doctoral students have difficulty transferring to new universities.
A "crayfish school" in Central China's Hubei province has recently trended on micro-blogging platform Sina Weibo, China's Twitter equivalent, because its students have reportedly all landed jobs before graduation.
A new study released by the Institute of Human Development and Social Change at New York University advocates for helping illegal immigrants get access to government benefits and programs.
As Washington waits for word -- that could come as soon as Friday -- about the status of special counsel Robert Mueller's report into Russian interference in the 2016 election, President Donald Trump is closing his PR campaign against the investigation on a new note: Who elected this guy???
There is no shortage of events on World Water Day by companies, non-governmental organizations, industry associations and other stakeholders.