Christina O’Gorman, photographed by her father at Lulworth Cove, Dorset, England. Christina’s choice of swimming costume was a fortuitous one since red was a colour which the Autochrome process captured particularly well.
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Mervyn O’Gorman was 42 when he took these pictures of his daughter,
From experiencing the warmest start to the year on record to facing potentially drastic water supply shortfalls within the next 15 years, climate change is literally changing the face of the Earth — a face now worn and scarred.
But losing hope is not an option. In honor of Earth Day‘s 45th anniversary, we’re here to remind you of the beautiful, massive world we call home, and why the international community needs to take action now to save it.
Earth recently hit several remarkable records — but not in a good way.
The amount of carbon dioxide gas, a global warming pollutant, has risen to the highest level in at least 800,000 years. Monthly average Arctic sea ice extent in March was the lowest in the satellite record. So far, 2015 has seen the warmest start of the year in at least 136 years.
If the stunning Chevrolet FNR concept vehicle unveiled at Auto Shanghai 2015 on Sunday, is any indication, the near future of driving — or is it not driving — looks exactly like something out of your favorite sci-fi movies.
“What we did with this car is we asked the engineering team to visualize what a car will look like in 2020,” said Mike Albano, communications director for Chevrolet.
Finding success in the nonprofit space often depends on an organization’s digital savviness. Especially when trying to reach a demographic that advocates for good causes with their dollars (hint, hint: millennials), navigating online donations and marketing tactics is essential.
Luckily, it seems leading nonprofits are wising up, according to a new report. The 2015 M+R Benchmarks Study, which will be released in full on Wednesday, analyzed how 84 charitable organizations performed online…
I’m in love with Harry Styles, the same man from One Direction who looks exactly like my brother. Awkward, much? That’s an understatement
Last summer, when my family was visiting New York City from Ohio, we spent a particular evening at the theater. While we laughed our way through Bullets Over Broadway, I had no idea my world would be flipped upside down after leaving the show
As my siblings, parents, and cousins shuffled out onto West 44th Street, we were startled by a group of teenage…