Environment (Page 4)
December 14, 2021
New Yorkers Welcome New Brooklyn Bridge Bike Lane
The new bike lane on the Brooklyn Bridge opened in September following an increase in cyclists from the pandemic that […]
December 13, 2021
“Bat Poop Can Be Fertilizer!” and Other Bat Facts
On the hike, led by Park Ranger Caileigh Hinkson, along the trails in the park’s old forest, the hikers hoped to see some of the many species of bats that call Lewis Creek home.
December 3, 2021
‘I Really Want to Be an Advocate for the Misunderstood Animals’
This zoo keeper and wildlife conservationist
November 7, 2021
A Leading NYU Professor of Climate Change Discusses a Realist View of the Crisis
(NEW YORK) — Dale Jamieson’s approach to the climate-change crisis is stripped of buzzwords and glamorized solutions. He’s a professor […]
October 30, 2021
Flood Impacts Westchester County; Insurance Companies Can’t Come Up With the Funds to Help
“We can replace furniture, but we can’t replace pictures and memories."