Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, bee populations were falling and bees were increasingly in danger of being wiped out. Over the course of the pandemic. However, there has been a notable increase in the bee populations in New York City compared to pre-pandemic levels. Our goal was to find the reasons for this increase and find ways for local residents to aid this resurgence and prevent the bee populations from falling again.
Air pollution does its fair share of environmental destruction, although we may only see the affects of air pollution on the larger parts if the environment it’s important to focus on the smaller organisms that fall victim to air pollution.
Invasive species are a THRILLING nature type to observe. We studied their impact on New York City throughout the years, so click more to find out!
Pollination has been essential to our crops and plants worldwide. Our research focuses on the study of Bumblebees and Honeybees and how effective they are when it comes to pollination.
A brief introduction to the growth of electric vehicles usage in the United States, and the environmental and economical implications that accompany it.
The City’s plan is a great opportunity for the City to reduce inequality in neighborhoods previously underserved by green infrastructure, as well as create new sources of ecosystem services such as water absorption and reduction of particulate matter and CO2 in the air. By planting trees only in neighborhoods that make the City look good rather than benefit communities that need them, or by planting trees that don’t maximize sustainability, the City could be wasting the 136 million in taxpayer dollars that it plans to spend on its tree planting plan.
Is there a difference between captive and wild orcas’ lifespans?
Many underlying illnesses and health complications among people of a certain geographical region have been found to have a correlation with the environmental conditions of that region. To investigate this phenomenon, we pose the question: Are higher air pollution concentrations correlated with higher asthma rates?
This project looks at the sex ratio of bees in NYC Coastal Parks. Here we learn the importance of bees and what changes the sex ratios of bees.
Have you ever wondered what species thrive in city landscapes? Packed with buildings, people, and a lack of green space. Welcome to New York City!