By Ron Dicker Samantha Martin gladly works with performers who she says “suck” and are “unprofessional.” She’s the creator of the Amazing Acro-Cats cat circus. Judging by the video above, her feline entertainers jump through hoops, balance on balls and play rock ‘n’ roll pretty […]
By Farah Mohamed As editor-in-chief of Vogue Italia, Franca Sozzani is one of the world’s most influential fashion figures. Through her involvement with Fashion4Development, a global campaign to use fashion-based initiatives to tackle broader issues such as poverty and gender inequality, Sozzani’s influence extends beyond […]
By Nick Visser
Last year, atmospheric carbon dioxide briefly crossed 400 parts per million for the first time in human history. However, it didn’t cross that threshold until mid-May. This year’s first 400 ppm reading came a full two months earlier this past week and the seeming inexorable upward march is likely to race past another milestone next month.
“We’re already seeing values over 400. Probably we’ll see values dwelling over 400 in April and May. It’s just a matter of time before it stays over 400 forever,” said Ralph Keeling in a blog …read more
Source: Huffington Post Green