Climate Change TV Fund Launches – Global Briefs – Deadline

Climate Change TV Fund Launches An organisation has been launched to help develop more TV shows and films about climate change. Climate Spring has attracted funding from the National Lottery Community Fund and Gower Street Trust and is being led by film producers James Durrant and Josh Cockroft, along with climate strategist Lucy Stone. Working … Read more

Introducing the Art for Social Change Network — BC Alliance for Arts + Culture

The Art for Social Change Network (ASCN) has officially launched! Led by community-engaged arts organizations acting as regional hubs, ASCN is designed to connect and support hundreds of arts for social change (ASC) organizations and independent artists across Canada. The ASC sector in Canada and around the world works in service to the needs of … Read more

How To Change Your Diet To Fix Your Skin

You’ve probably heard time and again that watching what you eat can help improve your skin. However, you might not realize how much power your diet really has over your complexion. Eating the right foods–and avoiding others–in your everyday diet can even out your skin tone and texture, fade hyperpigmentation, brighten dull skin, clear your … Read more

Novoron Bioscience Raised $3M to Change How Nervous Damage Is Treated

Novoron Bioscience, a biotech startup based in San Diego, has secured $4.3 million in seed funding to develop novel therapies to treat central nervous system damage. The funding was provided by Two Bear Capital, a venture capital firm led by Michael Goguen which specializes in early-stage companies aiming to bring technology and health together. The … Read more

Yes, plant-based meat is better for fighting climate change

Plant-based meat has gone mainstream. The Impossible Burger, which debuted at a single restaurant five years ago, is now on Burger King’s permanent menu. And McDonald’s is testing its McPlant burger, featuring a Beyond Meat patty, in select US locations. Both plant-based startups are now veterans in a product category that did $1.4 billion in … Read more

Canada set to announce kids COVID-19 vaccine approval, change to U.S. travel testing rules – National

The federal government is set to make two major announcements on the pandemic front today, starting with the approval of Canada’s first COVID-19 vaccine for children, then later detailed plans to ease some of the pandemic-related measures at the border. The government has scheduled a media briefing with officials at 10 a.m. to share … Read more

Craft.io Secures $8 Mln to Change How Agile Teams Work

Craft.io, a product management startup based in Tel Aviv, has closed an $8 million Series A funding round to revolutionize how teams work in an agile environment. The funding round was led by JAL Ventures, with participation from Fosun RZ Capital, Inimiti, and Ron Zuckerman. With this round, Craft.io has now raised a total of … Read more

Carl Sagan Warns Congress about Climate Change (1985)

Without climate change, we couldn’t inhabit the Earth as we do today. The greenhouse effect, by which gases in a planet’s atmosphere increase the heat of that planet’s surface, “makes life on Earth possible.” So says Carl Sagan in the video above. He adds that without it, the temperature would be about 30 degrees centigrade … Read more

Ask Gerda: How Do Nutritional Needs Change with Age?

Supported by Science Toggle description There’s sound science and published research supporting this concept. Gerda Endemann, our senior director of science and research, has a BS in nutrition from UC Berkeley, a PhD in nutritional biochemistry from MIT, and a passion for cherry-picking from our wellness shop. She spends a lot of her time interpreting … Read more