"If countries do not take actions to make environments where people live and work healthy, millions will continue to become ill and die too young," warned WHO chief Margaret Chan in a statement. As many as 8.2 million of the deaths could be blamed on air pollution, including exposure to second-hand smoke, which is responsible for heart disease, cancers and chronic respiratory disease, the report said.
The Planet Just Had Its Warmest May On Record...This was also the 351st consecutive month where the global temperature was hotter than the 20th century average, meaning if you are 29 years old, you have never experienced a colder-than-average month in your life :-(
Why Sci-Fi Keeps Imagining the Subjugation of White People
These high school journalists investigated a new principal’s credentials. Days later, she resigned. >>> These kids did what good journalists do - they asked questions, investigated ... and they had an impactl. Good work!