Pass the Hope: A Look Back at 2021

As 2021 draws to a close, we take a look back on some of the major moments and pieces of content produced by 350 Asia throughout the year.

Google and Rivals Tap Cash to Excel in Cloud

The Alphabet company and others are investing in potential clients as they look to close the gap with Amazon in the fast-growing sector.

Alaskan Island Records a 67-Degree Day, a December Record

The reading from Kodiak Island on Sunday was not the only extreme weather in the state this month. Other places have seen record cold or precipitation.

Alaska Records a 67-Degree Day, a December Record

The reading from Kodiak Island on Sunday was not the only extreme weather in the state this month. Other places have seen record cold or precipitation.

Haunting the Coast of Spain: The Ghost Hotel of Algarrobico

For almost two decades, the hulk of a never-finished hotel has marred an idyllic coastline in southern Spain. Its fate remains cloudy, but the lesson is clear: It’s easier to damage the environment than to fix it.

After the Wars in Iraq, ‘Everything Living is Dying’ – Inside Climate News

It’s 6 p.m. and the pink-tinged skies turn black above Agolan, a village on the outskirts of Erbil in the Kurdistan region of northern Iraq. Thick plumes of smoke have begun to billow out of dozens of flaring towers, part of an oil refinery owned by an Iraqi energy company called the KAR Group. The […]

The private race to space has fallout for protected lands on earth

An imminent FAA decision could send rockets over Georgia’s Cumberland Island National Seashore, while in Texas, coastal stewards are alarmed about the growing impacts of SpaceX’s mission to Mars.

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Gov. Greg Abbott intervened to put a positive spin on Texas’ power grid

He’s been heavily involved in positive public messaging about the grid’s winter readiness, but the data aren’t rosy — and experts fear the grid could fail if there’s another winter storm.

Excessively wet year in eastern U.S. shows fingerprints of climate change

Seafood industry continues to fight labelling fraud with a new provenance tool by ANSTO

A new seafood scanner is the latest tool that will help combat misleading labelling.