Humans are losing their connection with nature- the environment that provides us with everything we need to survive. We need to be aware that as we destroy the world that we live in, we are destroying ourselves. Learn more about the environment and its importance in our lives through this project.
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…
The lab curriculum would help students learn essential skills like data collection and analysis, as well as add to the main topics in the course about environmental justice and activism. With the data that the students collected, they can speak to administrators and implement new policies to reduce waste on campus.
A brief introduction to the growth of electric vehicles usage in the United States, and the environmental and economical implications that accompany it.
Our focus for the STEAM festival project is on thrifting and sustainable fashion in New York City.
New Yorkers are familiar with starless nights, as light pollution overwhelms all but the most intense stars. We set out to compare light pollution across different neighborhoods.
Airports are a major source of air pollution in the United States. This project studies which airport, LAX airport or JFK airport, has worser environmental and health outcomes and why.