Don’t eat Fukushima fish

Fish Near Fukushima Reportedly Contains High Cesium Level

TOKYO (AP) — The Japan­ese util­i­ty that owns the tsunami-damaged nuclear power plant says it has detect­ed a record 740,000 bec­querels per kilo­gram of radioac­tive cesium in a fish caught close to the plant.

That’s 7,400 times the gov­ern­me…

RT @HuffingtonPost: Record level of radioactive cesium reported in fish near Fukushima

Japan explores remote, virtual workforce after disasters

After a Disaster, Japan Looks for Alternatives to the Office

Cour­tesy Soco­co

Think your boss is stub­born about let­ting you work from home? Try going to Japan.

Telecom­mut­ing is sim­ply not built into the busi­ness cul­ture there. Just 12 per­cent of Internet-connected Japan­ese office work­ers woul…

RT @BloombergTech: After a disaster, Japan looks for alternatives to the office

Chris Jordan’s Portraits of American Mass Consumption

Chris Jordan’s Portraits of American Mass Consumption

Amer­i­can pho­tog­ra­ph­er Chris Jor­dan using large-scale works depict the mag­ni­tude of our con­sumerism and its impact on our envi­ron­ment. Like Edward Bur­tyn­sky, Jor­dan uses large scale pho­tographs to depict scenes of infra­struc­ture a…

Squid studies: How local knowledge lands new insights in scientific research

Interesting article on the ways that local knowledge can advance scientific inquiry…

Squid studies: Local knowledge lands new insights | Expeditions, Scientific American Blog Network.