Dominion Resources, an energy company based in Virginia, recently announced a plan for $1 million in educational grants. The grants will focus on outstanding environment, energy and workforce development programs in K-12 schools. The announcement comes at an important...
Thirsty? You’re in luck. In Paste's drinking-and-traveling series, City in a Glass, we mix up a city's signature swills and slide them down the bar to readers. Grab a stool. This round, in Orlando, Florida, is on us.
July 2016 was the warmest month ever recorded, the latest in a slew of new temperature records set in the past several years, according to two new reports. Scientists have recorded month after month of record-breaking temperatures this year, but July shattered all those...
The vast majority of head lice in the United States are now resistant to most over-the-counter treatments, meaning that it's now especially difficult to vanquish the tiny blood-sucking parasites, a new study finds. Researchers found that head lice (Pediculus humanus capitis)...
One hundred years ago, amid the chaos of World War I, President Woodrow Wilson and King George V of Great Britain turned their attention to a surprising issue: protecting migratory birds. On August 16, 1916 they signed the Migratory...
For the past 20 years, biologist Pete McIntyre has traveled to Africa’s Lake Tanganyika, Earth's second-largest freshwater lake by volume, to study freshwater snails found nowhere else in the world. McIntyre, a professor with the University of Wisconsin-Madison, explains...
Opponents of policies to limit anthropogenic climate change have offered a changing set of arguments — denying or questioning ACC's existence, magnitude and rate of progress, the risks it presents, the integrity of climate scientists, and the value of mitigation efforts....
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