Hurricane Sandy is yet another call for New York to reevaluate and improve its infrastructure to take on the negative effects that storm flooding has on our water supply, farms and highways.
An unknown eye cast ashore on a Florida beach had excited biologists and the public, demonstrating a fascination for ocean life, and a need for increased marine research.
The oceans play an important role in absorbing atmospheric carbon dioxide; yet this could have repercussions for marine life and coastal ecosystem services in our growing, energy-hungry world.
Secret and illegal contracts are impacting Liberia’s ecologically-rich landscape, which could cause yet further turmoil for this war entrenched nation
Petroleum is not the only thing dramatically contributing to global warming. Our use of plastic is causing damage which may prove impossible to recover from.
A new bill would prohibit the EPA from ever setting federally enforceable safeguards for the disposal of toxic coal ash.
To improve the availability and distribution of clean drinking water in India, it is necessary to consider the cultural, social and economic factors before implementing treatment techniques.
A Transfer of Development Rights Program in the City and Town of Ithaca will balance urban growth with rural preservation to promote smart growth development and prevent urban sprawl.