Elizabeth Shope, Advocate, Washington, D.C.
I spent the last week in Stockholm, Sweden at World Water Week, an international water conference held annually in Stockholm which brings together a wide ranging group of individuals from doze… Continue reading →
A novel material with world record-breaking surface area and water adsorption abilities has been synthesized by researchers in Sweden. The magnesium carbonate material that has been given the name Upsalite is foreseen to reduce the amount of energy nee… Continue reading →
When it comes to climate change, deforestation and toxic waste, the assumption has been that conservative views on these topics are intractable. But new research suggests that such viewpoints can be changed after all, when the messages about the need t… Continue reading →
Kate Sinding, Senior Attorney, New York City Among the most critical of the many questions New York faces when deciding whether to open up its share of the Marcellus Shale to new natural gas drilling is what to do with the huge quantities of toxic, pot… Continue reading →
Mexico, United States and Canada will become the gray whale’s eyes to the world when they jointly launch The “Gray Whale Project,” providing an expedition to follow the whales along their migration route. The gray whale makes the longest m… Continue reading →
Yesterday, The New York Times released the second installment of its investigative series on the dangers associated with natural gas production using hydraulic fracturing. The latest piece looks at fellow Marcellus Shale states – Pennsylvania and… Continue reading →