To be fair, it apparently has more of a grassy, rice-y, seaweed-y, gingery, lemon smell.
All told, there’s 420 kW of solar power distributed across the neighborhood.
Usually public transit users can take the subway to the Rockawas, but post-Sandy, that's just not happening. The MTA is working on a solution.
He manages to do leg lifts and he doesn't even have legs! That's dedication.
We know math sucks. But did you know thinking about doing it can cause physical pain? Maybe that's why so many people don't want to think about climate science.
You'd think the cutest endangered animal would have fur, wouldn't you? You'd be wrong.
Post-Sandy, our idea of "emergency supplies" might expand beyond canned goods and water to include one of these cell-charging innovations.
One of the main challenges when you’re trying to change attitudes about the environment -- how do you make it cool to care?
Among all of the terrible ways to get rid of nuclear waste, there's one that stands above the rest for being a little less horrible: turning the radioactive parts into glass, a process called “vitrification.”