Vanishing species, rising sea levels, devastating floods, and droughts are only some of the symptoms of a rapidly changing natural world. We explore 5 surprising ways people are reacting to environmental changes.
Deep in the Amazon, George is determined to retrace Theodore Roosevelt’s legendary expedition and witness first-hand how deforestation and climate change are affecting one of the earth’s most critical ecosystems.
This week on "Jamie's Quick & Easy Food," Jamie's cooking up his snappy sesame seared tuna, a mouth-watering meal in minutes, and messy meatball buns, feel-good family food that's fast and loaded with flavor.
A Pepperdine University student was among those still missing today following an overnight shooting massacre at a Thousand Oaks nightclub crowded with patrons, including 16 students from the Malibu college and three off-duty Los Angeles Police Department.
"Tending Nature" shines a light on the environmental knowledge of indigenous peoples across California by exploring how the state's Native peoples have actively shaped and tended the land for millennia.
There is no more important ingredient in beer than water. It comprises 90% of the content of beer. While yeast, malt, and hops do most of the heavy lifting, there would be nothing to make if water wasn't providing the liquid base that houses the fermentation.
And so, in a time when horrific before/after photos like these keep on popping up showing how terrible the historic drought has gotten in California, the first question that's on everyone's mind is: How is our beer going to be affected? To find out, I asked the owners of a handful of California-based breweries.
So, in summary: It hasn't affected breweries just yet. But that's only because it takes time for the billing cycle to reflect what's going on with our state's water supply. When that happens, don't be shocked to find higher prices at the liquor store or out at the bar. And if that's the only issue that consumers have to deal with, well, we can all consider ourselves lucky. Which is to say: Stock up now while you can!
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While Mexican immigrants continue to be demonized and characterized as “criminals,” “drug dealers,” “rapists,” “illegal aliens” and “invaders” by American leaders and millions of citizens, they have essentially become “foreigners in their own land.