Currently Creasing: Week of April 22
Here’s what our team has for you to bookmark & read this week
Today is Earth Day. We recommend reading today’s feature on practical ad underestimated ways to be sustainable, from saving on electricity to foregoing disposability.
One of our favourite podcasts, Call Your Girlfriend, did an episode on demystifying disability, which is an essential source of education for able-bodied people and a source of support for other fellow differently abled people. Listen to it here.
Want to leave a legacy? Be a mentor to make a positive impact that would keep you alive in the memories and lives of others.
Plastic rain is now a Murakami-esque reality. Small plastic particles are being found in some of the most remote areas on earth, raising questions about the extent of our global plastic pollution.
When gut bacteria betray their host. Decades after a deadly outbreak, a researcher found a key clue to its cause inside frozen microbes.
Effects of Childhood Trauma May Persist in Brain Connectivity of Depressed Patients. Researchers have unveiled how childhood trauma can have a direct link to major depressive disorder in adults, which opens up “the possibility of targeted diagnosis.”
Cover image courtesy of Jonathan Sandridge