As the capital and environmental costs of road salt continue to mount, has the time come to ask whether we’re putting too much of it on our streets?
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A new study shows that fecal bacteria from sewage can persist in far greater quantities in near-shore sediments than in the water of the Hudson River.
Recent research indicates that salt is accumulating in the environment and poses an emerging threat both to ecosystems and human health.
Pivoting from a career in high school science education, Sid Tulsiani hopes to engage with issues of climate change and energy.
Shared, dockless electric scooters have taken to the streets of cities across the U.S. Is New York City ground zero for the next e-scooter invasion?
New York’s food waste program is not perfect, but it is an excellent example of the steady progress that we are making to create a more sustainable city.
With his passion for energy and sustainability, Frank Reig, an MPA in Environmental Science and Policy alum, is working to make urban transit “fast, affordable and way more fun.”
Making New York City a more accessible place for mothers enhances the economic and social status of women, especially single mothers and female heads of households. This not only reduces the economic burden of childcare but also improves the job prospects of motherhood.
In regulating the sharing economy, remember that sharing is an asset for the sustainable city.