Obama’s Billion-Dollar Climate Resilience Fund Will Help States, Tribes Prepare
Many tribal nations have developed model climate adaptation plans to increase their resilience, yet most tribal communities still need the knowhow and resources to cope with the swift pace of climate disruptions.
8 Tribes That Are Way Ahead of the Climate-Adaptation Curve
A new study from Emory University demonstrates that New York is the NFL market most accommodating on Twitter toward gay NFL prospect Michael Sam, while Nashville is the least receptive.
The study analyzed tweets from all 31 NFL markets (both the Jets and Giants are included in the New York market) to determine how various NFL fan bases felt about Sam’s arrival in professional football.”
The creepiest and most mesmerizing video of the year so far might be of a sinister floating black orb that follows people around making weird ambient noises.
The designers unleashed this hovering black ball in public spaces: they filmed it lurking in elevators and awkwardly freaking out passengers, floating down the stairs like a terrible omen, replaying people’s conversations, and making industrial clanking noises like the soundtrack to one of David Lynch’s student films.
“It’s been brought to my attention that Hipsters are following in my stylish footsteps by sporting monocles,” Mr. Peanut said (“said”) in a statement just emailed over by Shannon Lovich of the public relations agency Olson Engage. “I guess they understand what success on a man’s face looks like.” - Is the monocle making a comeback? The New York Times says yes - WaPo