Elizabeth Shockman is a freelance journalist who lives in the Twin Cities. Previously she worked as a PRI staff member and freelancer, reporting primarily from Moscow and around Russia.
Stories are a great medium for communicating social values.
E.O. Wilson says that the political and practical mechanisms to make half the world into a nature reserve already exist.
The biggest social divide might not be race or religion, but rather political affiliation.
A research team hopes they’ll find a biosphere beneath the earth’s crust.
The effects of El Niño may only be a down payment on a drought with a huge mortgage to pay off.