The world’s oldest leftovers, left in Pleistocene storage containers
Nature & Science

The world’s oldest leftovers, left in Pleistocene storage containers

Save that for later — Humans have been saving leftovers for at least 200,000 to 400,000 years. Kiona N. Smith – Oct 14, 2019 5:31 pm UTC Enlarge / SAMSUNGBy 66AVI – צילמתי, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=17939578At Qesem Cave in Israel, Neanderthals or early Homo sapiens appear to have stored marrow-rich deer bones for several…

‘We Are Nations:’ What Environmental Justice Looks Like For Indigenous People
Environmental News

‘We Are Nations:’ What Environmental Justice Looks Like For Indigenous People

Climate reporting often overlooks indigenous peoples’ position on the front lines of the climate crisis. Though environmental justice is a term now featured frequently in environmental news, this hasn’t always translated into an acknowledgement of the climate crisis’ disproportionate impacts on indigenous communities, or a recognition of decades spent fighting against the expansion of fossil…