Vaping is often billed as a healthy alternative to traditional cigarettes, but advocates fail to register e-cigarettes’ contribution to the growing threat of e-waste.
Writing About Global Science for the International Media Archives - State of the Planet
A student at the School of International and Public Affairs was pleasantly surprised by the range of attendees at a recent Young Professionals in Energy event in New York City.
A student in the M.S. in Sustainability Management program discusses the importance of mountain lions to the California ecosystem and how changes in climate and human behavior are getting in their way.
Ecologist and environmental educator Amy Karpati discusses urban ecosystems and paths to restoration in New York City and beyond.
A Q&A with John Williams, who studies the historical links between the built environment and racial injustice in U.S. cities.
Disaster expert Jeffrey Schlegelmilch discusses February’s devastating earthquake in Turkey and Syria, the challenges to building resilience, and how emergencies can reveal the inner workings of a society.
A student’s long and painful journey toward diagnosis and treatment shows the urgent need for chronic Lyme disease awareness and funding.
Despite being frequent victims of climate-driven disasters, Indonesians are largely unaware of climate change and its impacts. Education, media attention, and conversations could be key to shifting those perceptions.
Feeling guilty every time we can’t be perfect environmentalists isn’t sustainable. For a safer climate, we don’t need to get every action right, but we do need to understand the greater scope of the crisis.