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Octopuses have the most flexible limbs known in nature, study finds

Octopuses have the most flexible appendages known in nature, according to a new study in Scientific Reports.

Nature access requires attention when addressing community health needs

While access to nature is an established social determinant of health with clear benefits to physical, mental, and social health, it does...

BBC: Wild city: The case for biophilia

A revolutionary movement is seeking to reset the relationship between man and nature.

Celebrate the arts, history, and nature from home

The COVID-19 outbreak is devastating the arts community locally and globally, resulting in closures of museums, galleries, concert venues, and other public...

CNN: I’m in lockdown with wild hyenas: Coping with isolation by embracing nature

With nearly a third of the world population living under some sort of shelter-in-place guidelines, many are struggling to figure out how to deal...
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For the second summer in a row, emerging teachers at Penn GSE spent a week learning how to lead tough conversations about...

BBC: The ancient French town of floating gardens

Carved out of the River Somme's marshy hinterland, the Hortillonnages is made up of 110km of slender canals that have led Amiens...

Study: Holocaust Museum motivates visitors to create social change

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — “Dark tourism” experiences – sites and museums associated with violence, tragedy and war – draw millions of travelers each...

NPR: How climate change drives inland floods

Climate change means more flood risk across the United States. That includes places far from the ocean and sometimes far from rivers and...