Alice Henly, Research Fellow, New York
Over the past few years sports greening has taken the U.S. by storm. All major professional leagues have joined forces with NRDC to make commitments to environmental stewardship, and have already a… Continue reading →
John Wood, Public Interest Legal Fellow, New York
The Titchen-Bohlander family has managed its farm, nestled in a lush agricultural community in Bradford County, Pennsylvania, for over 150 years in relative peace and quiet. B… Continue reading →
Amy Mall, Senior Policy Analyst, Washington, D.C.
The following is a guest post researched and written by NRDC legal fellow John Wood:
The Titchen-Bohlander family has managed its farm, nestled in a lush agricultural community in B… Continue reading →
Allen Hershkowitz, Senior Scientist, NYC and throughout the world The cultural shift toward ever increasing environmental responsibility is being given added momentum by the current NCAA Final Four event.
For the first time in the history of the NCAA F… Continue reading →
Everyone likes free stuff, but free stuff in the name of saving the environment is even better. Many Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) facilities around the country have product exchange rooms, sometimes called swap rooms or swap shops. These rooms offer safe, unopened HHW items for public consumption, keeping them out of the landfill and letting [...] Continue reading →
People say you can tell the latest color trends in fashion by looking at the shade of the rivers in China. Each season’s dyes get dumped into Chinese waterways after they are circulated through poorly operated textile mills, leaving a string of h… Continue reading →