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…
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.
Throughout the pandemic, the world saw the importance of Internet access in education. This, however, isn’t a guarantee. Access to quiet work spaces is an important factor in educational performance.
Ever wonder how human activity resulting from a lockdown may have affected NYC’s watershed water quality? Look no further, here’s a poster on water turbidity in the Delaware watershed!