Evelyn Reis is a student in the MPA in Environmental Science and Policy program and is returning to school after almost 30 years at the NYC Department of Sanitation.
New York City Archives - State of the Planet
Both our governor and mayor need to place public service above political gain to save our mass transit system.
A student shares her first-hand experience of the devastating storm, and discusses how New York City is building resilience—and how it could do better.
To be a competitive global city we must become a sustainable city, and we need our governor and mayor to put their political differences aside to address problems of housing and mass transit.
There’s a lot we don’t know about respiratory viruses and how they spread. A study currently underway seeks to unravel these mysteries, in part by studying people who are healthy enough to be walking around in Manhattan.
In a new study, researchers have mapped out a large variety of discarded pharmaceuticals dissolved throughout the Hudson River. They say that in some places, levels may be high enough to potentially affect aquatic life.
Student-led projects offered sustainability advisory services to three organizations in New York during the Fall 2017 semester.
Solving the transit problem is key to New York City’s health and well-being, and a new congestion pricing proposal is serious starting point.
The City of New York joins a chorus of public and private entities refusing to support companies that contribute to climate change.
Students from the MPA in Environmental Science and Policy program at SIPA have produced a podcast called “Greener on the Other Side,” on sustainability, climate change, and the environment.