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Paul Berry

Paul Berry

Paul Berry is Founder and CEO of RebelMouse and Soho Tech Labs, started in 2012 with Lerer Ventures and Jonah Peretti. Paul was previously Chief Technology Officer of pioneering Huffington Post Media Group where he led product, design, infrastructure and engineering. Under Paul's technology leadership, The Huffington Post became one of the fastest growing media properties in history, leading up to its sale to AOL. Prior to joining Huffington Post, Paul built Avaaz.org and 236.com. Before that, he was CTO of CharterMac, a public real estate finance company.

He holds a Masters in Technology from NYU's ITP Program where he focused on social software and contagious media. Previously Paul was also VP of Internet at Palo Alto Software, where he developed partnerships and built platforms for MSN, Yahoo!, WSJ and dozens of others.

Paul can be found on twitter @teamreboot

 
A resident of Austin, Texas scrapes snow into a bucket to melt it into water on Feb. 19, 2021. Winter storm Uri brought historic cold weather, leaving people in the area without water as pipes broke. Joe Raedle / Getty Images

By Andrea Germanos

President Joe Biden is being called on to back newly reintroduced legislation that seeks to remedy the nation's drinking water injustices with boosts to infrastructure and the creation of a water trust fund.

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Infants and young children may experience high phthalate levels because they often put plastic products in their mouths. Image Source / Getty Images

By Stephanie Eick

You may not realize it, but you likely encounter phthalates every day. These chemicals are found in many plastics, including food packaging, and they can migrate into food products during processing. They're in personal care products like shampoos, soaps and laundry detergents, and in the vinyl flooring in many homes.

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An oil pumpjack is seen in a Texas cotton field against a backdrop of wind energy. ChrisBoswell / Getty Images

Many congressional districts with the most clean energy potential are current fossil fuel hubs, potentially reducing political barriers to a just transition away from the energy sources that cause climate change, a Brookings report says.

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A sea turtle rescued from Israel's devastating oil spill. MENAHEM KAHANA / AFP via Getty Images

Rescue workers in Israel are using a surprising cure to save the sea turtles harmed by a devastating oil spill: mayonnaise!

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As the weather grows more severe, and its damages more expensive and fatal, current weather predictions fall short in providing reliable information on Earth's rapidly changing systems.

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