Marian Johnson-Thompson is an environmental health scientist. She’s also a resident of North Carolina. She retired from the National Institutes of Health in 2008, marking an end to a career spent actively protecting human lives—or so it seemed at the time.
Michelle LaRue has a problem: She only has one set of eyes.
You, dumb (OK, me): climate change is bad and we’re screwed. The Dutch, smart: climate change is bad but also we can solve this with dope design.
The huge gouge in the stratosphere created by years of Aqua Net hair spray and air conditioner use—also known as the ozone hole—appears to be continuing its healing process. On Thursday, NASA scientists announced the ozone hole saw it smallest peak since the world decided to do something about it in 1989. Good job,…