The East River, separating Manhattan from Queens and Brooklyn, is many things, but river is not one of them. Basically speaking, it’s a sunken valley. Realistically speaking, it’s a sewer. By David […]
These meddlesome young people sure act entitled to a habitable planet.By Khalil Bendib | November 10, 2021
Dolf Gielen, Colorado School of Mines and Morgan Bazilian, Colorado School of Mines John Kerry helped bring the world into the Paris climate agreement and expanded America’s reputation as a climate leader. […]
By Clark Merrefield Originally published in Journalist’s Resource November 24, 2020 An estimated 1.1 million people living in the U.S. report lacking some access to running water in their homes, with nearly three-quarters […]
Modern industry has made great strides in turning trash into tomorrow’s new products, but the process is still a long way from perfect. New technologies can help. Plus, updates on chemical recycling, […]
Climate activists are flocking to Instagram to document greener living and encourage others to vote. Alexis Lanza Originally published by The 19th
Ban leaf blowers now. That thought burned across my mind as the crew outside entered its third hour of noise and air pollution.
A “carbon sink” now proposed for Roosevelt Island, if built, would change the community and New York architecture forever. But imagination can sometimes overwhelm resistance.
Verdant Power’s East River tidal energy (RITE) project nears its finish. Three new turbines are ready, assembled on a TriFrame, and they spring into action this fall.