A huge white snowy owl spotted in Central park gathered crowds this week
I wonder if social media is a new kind of digital intelligent drug, getting smarter all the time, while making us less so?
The Covid19 pandemic has framed how we view each other and act on a global scale ( illustration Di00406)
When those with nothing and those with more than enough meet, they often realize that we have more in common than we share
Low sea ice, wildfires and temperatures rising twice as fast as other parts of the world. The Arctic is changing in dramatic ways, and the fragile wildlife and biodiversity can't adapt to the fast changing environment
“No problem, we can meet online and drink coffee instead”, people say here under the COVID-19 pandemic… But is it the same, or might it do something else, like keeping an unreal world real?
COVID-19, isolation and social distancing are on everybody's mind - It's like the less we are together - the more we think the same.
The warming of the planet just broke a new record, as more than 20 degrees Celsius was recorded on Antarctica ( The Southpole ) reports several media
Drawing up how reality change faster and faster, leaving people as question marks and without clear answers or knowledge of tomorrow
Scenes from around the world are starting to look similar as worried people cue up in front of supermarkets