Could Flashing Lights Help Avert Conflict Between Herders and Pumas?
By using foxlights, which mimic a person walking with a flashlight, researchers were able to cut down big cat attacks on llamas and alpacas in the Andes.
In South America, Researchers Work to Save a Disappearing History of Movement
Teams of scientists are hurriedly attempting to save ancient sites that could provide insights into how people moved across Mesoamerica—before they are lost forever.
Viewfinder: Dancing to Protest for Education in Chile
Students dance in front of riot police as they march to protest against the slowness in the progress of the Chilean education reform in Santiago on April 19th, 2018.
The Week In Photos: From Teacher Protests in Kentucky to a Migrant 'Caravan' in Mexico
A round-up of images from Viewfinder, Pacific Standard's daily photo feature.
A Cautionary Tale for International Development Students
Your perspective might change, but the world won’t—not until you leave the classroom.