Buying Sustainable Fish Is Getting Easier, But... →
npr: This week, Whole Foods, the upscale grocer, said it is eliminating 12 fish species from its seafood section as part of its commitment to ocean conservation. The fish, rated “red” by conservation groups that evaluate overfishing and other problems, include popular choices like Atlantic halibut, octopus, and some tuna. In a video circulated by the company, chef and author Michel Nischan...
TONIGHT!! Beyond Walkability: Examining How Urban...
The Tishman Environment and Design Center is excited to announce an event happening tonight! Beyond Walkability Examining How Urban Built Environments Affect Health & Health Disparities in New York City A Lecture by Gina Schellenbaum Lovasi, PhD April 23, 2012, 6:00pm 2 West 13th Street, Orientation Room, 1st Floor Dr Lovasi discusses how intersections between the social and built...
Gulf seafood deformities alarm scientists -... →
According to Kuhns, at least 50 per cent of the shrimp caught in that period in Barataria Bay, a popular shrimping area that was heavily impacted by BP’s oil and dispersants, were eyeless. Kuhns added: “Disturbingly, not only do the shrimp lack eyes, they even lack eye sockets.”
TONIGHT! Lecture Series Event!
The Tishman Environment and Design Center at The New School University presents: Urban Food and Urban Ecosystems Research and Scholarship Three talks by the TEDC Post-Doctoral Fellows: Peleg Kremer, Kristin Reynolds, and Sanpisa Sritrairat Thursday, April 12, 2012| 6:00pm-8:00pm The New School University, 2 West 13th Street, Orientation (Bark) Room, 1st floor Social-Ecological Urban Systems: A...
What's the expected environmental science job... →