Learn about how willing Brooklyn College undergraduate students are to reduce their red-meat consumption to alleviate the climate change crisis.
Ever a harbor and couldn’t see past all of the tall fuzzy-topped reeds in the way? Those are Phragmites! We examined the correlation between nitrogen and carbon treatments and their height and mass.
As New York City battles rising air quality concerns, it would be helpful to use lichens, an indicator species, as a predictor for how our ecology might change in the future.
The Spotted Lanternfly are becoming rampant here in the US. Why is this, & where will they thrive & invade next? Our poster delves deeper into these questions.
In recent years, global climate and intensive agricultural land use have led to a sharp decline in insect species. New York’s prized bumblebees are now considered to be endangered…
Our research gives a glimpse into modern segregation in NYC. We studied two neighborhoods, only 2 miles apart, yet vastly different in terms of demography, wealth, food security, and health.
Lithium-Ion batteries are not environmentally friendly and have resulted in toxic chemicals and fires. So what are some safer – but yet efficient – alternatives for these battery solutions? This study aims to discover such potential alternatives.
There is a strong correlation between air quality and lung cancer rates, and air quality
varies geographically. Living in which NYC borough could be the most harmful to your
Should it matter where you shop in terms of pesticide residues?
Well, pesticides are a growing concern and have been linked with negative health effects. We will discover how much pesticide residues vary amongst stores in NYC for dill and parsley based on caterpillar larvae mortality.
This project examines how invasive species affect the biodiversity in NYC especially native plants!