Microsoft “AI For Earth” Project Will Democratize Access To Climate Change Data

Read the full story at Clean Technica. Information is power. Until recently, information about the condition of the earth’s environment has been accessible only to a limited number of people — climate scientists, researchers, and government officials among them. On December 11 — the two-year anniversary of the Paris climate accords — Brad Smith, president …

A Question for Women’s Health: Chemicals in Feminine Hygiene Products and Personal Lubricants

Read the full story in Environmental Health Perspectives. When it comes to reproductive health, research on contraceptives and STIs continues to garner interest worldwide. But a related area—chemical exposures from feminine hygiene products and personal lubricants—has received much less attention. In the United States alone, women spend well over $2 billion per year on feminine …

A Look at an Installation in Madrid, Spain, that Addresses the World’s Plastic Waste Problem

Read the full story at Waste360. Continuing to raise awareness about the threat of plastic waste, Luzinterruptus, the anonymous Spanish art collective, created a large installation made from 60,000 recycled bottles collected from companies, small businesses, recycling plants and official organisms for the Luna de Octubre festival held in Madrid, Spain, last year.