One Cool Thing: Gold Medal in Recycling

One Cool Thing: Gold Medal in Recycling

While an Olympic medal is special in its own right, the ones being handed out at the Tokyo 2020 games come with a little extra magic. After Tokyo won its bid to host the games, the Tokyo Medal Project, called on the Japanese people to donate their old recycled old electronic gadgets such as smartphones […]

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Tokyo 2020 Competition Heats Up, Literally

Tokyo 2020 Competition Heats Up, Literally

You may recall our interview with Olympic skier Lindsey Vonn where she explained the threat that climate change poses to winter olympic sports like hers. Now that the Tokyo Summer Olympics are underway, it’s all the more evident that climate change will continue affecting summer sports in a similar fashion. In Tokyo specifically, where climate […]

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Coronavirus: Americans Struggle to Stay Home

Coronavirus: Americans Struggle to Stay Home

Around the world cases of COVID-19 reached 300,000 and in the United States they topped 34,000 with 400 total deaths. Those statistics are jarring however one of the most concerning news stories this past weekend was the fact that Americans are still refusing to stay home and take social distancing seriously. From beaches in Northern […]

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It’s Becoming Too Hot for Outdoor Sports

It’s Becoming Too Hot for Outdoor Sports

  International athletic competitions are unifying events that allow nations to compete regardless of political or cultural differences and are a cornerstone of the global community. However, for competitions like the summer Olympics, climate change is becoming an undeniable issue that will force the world to reckon with our runaway greenhouse gas emissions that are […]

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