Leading Finland At Thirty-Four December 26, 2019

To you, our young readers, thirty-four years old might seem old. After all, it might be the age of your mom or dad! Gasp, we know! But all kidding asi

Boris Snaps It Up December 21, 2019

In July, then British Prime Minister Theresa May resigned after several unsuccessful attempts at getting parliament to approve a plan for how the Unit

Fighting Climate Change … Still Doing It! December 7, 2019

Last month, the Trump administration officially began the United States’ withdrawal from the Paris Climate Agreement. What is the Paris Climate Agre

Delhi’s Air Pollution Problem November 16, 2019

What causes air pollution? Vehicle emissions are one culprit, as are industry emissions, fires, and even weather conditions that allow smoke to linger

Earth Education Is A Must! November 16, 2019

How do you get people to learn about what’s happening to the planet? You make it mandatory for all students to learn about it! That’s right—one

A Tweet Rocks The NBA In China November 8, 2019

If you thought the NBA was popular only in the United States, here is a pleasant little surprise: Basketball is gaining a strong following in countrie

Brexit? Not Yet November 1, 2019

It looks like the Brexit saga hasn’t ended just yet, but the people of the United Kingdom (UK) will get their say as to which political party will h

Trudeau Wins Re-Election October 26, 2019

This week, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s liberal party was re-elected to lead the country. Was it a landslide win like it was four years

Big-Time Pig Issues October 18, 2019

Which country owns half of the world’s pigs? China. Similar to how beef is the most consumed protein in Argentina and poultry the most consumed in t