World

Amantha Perera
BALI, Indonesia - When she talks about the forests in her native Kalimantan, the Indonesian part of the island of Borneo, Maridiana Deren’s facial expression changes. The calm, almost shy person is transformed into an emotionally charged woman, her fists clench and she stares wide-eyed at whoever is listening to her. “The ‘boohmi’ (earth) is our...
Nadia Prupis, staff writer
As Scotland voted against independence from the United Kingdom, rival...
Andrea Germanos, staff writer
Google's practices are "almost identical" to those of the U.S. National...

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Maybe Sunday will prove to be a seminal moment in the climate crisis, or not. On the same day three new studies reported the world last year pumped 39.8 billion tons of carbon dioxide into the air - 2.3% up from the year before, and more than ever before - up to a half million people took to the streets to demand change. Monday's call is for people to Flood Wall Street to keep up the pressure. For inspiration, aerial views of democracy in action.