#environment

Halo Infinite's Next Multiplayer Preview Adds New Features, Might Not Start Tomorrow
Halo Infinite's second round of technical previews starts this weekend on Xbox consoles and PC.
Sable Review - Captivating Gameplay Behind A Beautiful Mask
In a typical open-world game, the environment is littered with content, populated with interesting side-quests, and full of breathtaking sights, but an overarching singular objective remains.
What Could Cause Portland Schools to Return to Remote Learning This Year?
As Oregon students cautiously return to in-person learning, school districts, teachers, and families are asking Multnomah County health officials what could trigger a reversal to remote learning.
Dr. Lorna Breen's Family: Doctors Shouldn't Be 'Punished' for Seeking Support
When Dr. Lorna Breen, an emergency-room physician at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, died by suicide in April 2020, her family and colleagues were cratered.
San Jose's Academic Coffee Wins Sustainability Grant
Academic Coffee has found that good environmental stewardship can pay off.
Meet the Experts Bringing Mindfulness to the Military - Mindful
This month, military leaders from around the world will meet for a first-of-a-kind virtual symposium to share how they've been using mindfulness within their formations, and to learn from each other.
A Woman and a Philosopher: An Interview with Amia Srinivasan - The Paris Review
When Amia Srinivasan published her essay "Does Anyone Have the Right to Sex?"
Journey to Indre Kvary - North Wild Kitchen
Our journey to Indre Kvarøy started just before Midsummer's arrival marked the transition of spring into summer.
The Apple Expert Who Turned New York City Into His Personal Orchard
I keep asking William Mullan if he's sure he's comfortable. "We don't have to go through with this," I say. "It's not too late to reconsider!"
Six Reasons Why Virtual Reality Is a Game-Changing Computing and Communication Platform for Organizations
The COVID-19 pandemic created unprecedented disruptions to businesses, forcing them to take their activities into the virtual sphere.