Posts in: Environment

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Rethinking the Water Footprint

Rethinking the Water Footprint

Researchers think your food products should be labeled according to how much water goes into producing them

By | Posted March 26, 2010

Making Dirt Out of Dinner

Making Dirt Out of Dinner

New York City’s universities are turning kitchen scraps into compost

By | Posted March 1, 2010

Amateur Birders Become Scientists Online

Amateur Birders Become Scientists Online

Fledgling birding project is the next generation in citizen science

By | Posted February 16, 2010

The Shocking Truth: Trees are Electric

The Shocking Truth: Trees are Electric

New circuits tap into electric currents generated by bigleaf maple trees

By | Posted January 8, 2010

Researchers Make Hydrogen Fuel Progress

Researchers Make Hydrogen Fuel Progress

Study Shows Promising Chemical Hydrogen Storage System Can Be Recycled

By | Posted November 18, 2009

Oil Fields: Predators’ Boon, Birds’ Bane

Oil Fields: Predators’ Boon, Birds’ Bane

Human infrastructure associated with oil field development gives some species an advantage over others.

By | Posted October 30, 2009

One Small Step for Bioheat

One Small Step for Bioheat

Switching to greener heating fuel could take cities one giant leap away from fossil fuel dependence.

By | Posted August 20, 2009

Vertical Farms

Vertical Farms

A New Dimension in Urban Farming

By | Posted August 10, 2009

Warming World, Potent Poppies

Warming World, Potent Poppies

Rising carbon dioxide levels lead to higher concentrations of opiates in poppies.

By | Posted August 3, 2009

Clam Power in Numbers

Clam Power in Numbers

Scientists at the Nature Conservancy move a new batch of mollusks into Great South Bay to shore up the clam comeback.

By | Posted July 27, 2009

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