Friends of the Rouge names new executive director

Friends of the Rouge, whose mission is to restore, protect and enhance the Rouge watershed through education, collaboration and stewardship, has named Ashley Flintoff, as its new executive director.

How AI can help (and hurt) climate change

Artificial intelligence significantly impacts the climate crisis by consuming large amounts of energy and water for its data centers, leading to increased greenhouse gas emissions, while also offering tools for climate management, such as improving climate models, optimizing energy use, and enhancing renewable energy efficiency.

Heatwave in Mexico causes howler monkeys to drop dead from trees

Mexico is facing one of its harshest droughts, with temperatures hitting 113 degrees Fahrenheit (45 degrees Celsius) on Monday, causing severe water shortages and leading to the deaths of at least 83 howler monkeys in Tabasco due to extreme heat and dehydration.