Environment (Page 16)

June 10, 2020

Will the Reduction in Air Pollution Last After the COVID-19 Pandemic?

The COVID-19 pandemic has the majority of the world at a standstill. Factories have stopped operating, air travel has significantly […]

December 10, 2019

How One Church Answered the Prayers of Hurricane Dorian Survivors

It has been three months since Hurricane Dorian, a Category 5 storm, destroyed parts of The Bahamas’ northernmost islands, Abaco (and its cays) and eastern Grand Bahama.

December 10, 2019

A New Jersey Town Smells a Fight for its Future

Harrison residents have been unable to open their windows as Hydrogen Sulfide so strong that Red Bull Arena, released a statement, has filled the neighborhood. >> Harrison residents have kept their windows shut to keep out the acidic scent of Hydrogen Sulfide from seeping into their homes. The smell is so strong that the Red Bull Arena has released a statement to warn stadium-goers.

October 6, 2019

Case Study: Reporter Philip Yee Investigates Chinatown Restaurants Accused of Abusing Fowl

Photo by Cong Grace Sui LOS ANGELES – Yee goes to extreme measures to cover his stories. For example, in […]

September 22, 2019

Traffic-Related Air Pollution in Boston May Harm Residents of New Luxury Developments

BOSTON –The air quality in Massachusetts is declining due to emissions from various sources, especially pollution from motor vehicles, according […]