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Food & Climate Change: Bedford2020 Food Expo by Abby Luby

The food movement against Big Ag is always bolstered by bringing together a wide spectrum of people believing in the sustainability power of local food. The Bedford2020 Food Forum last Saturday (March 4, 2017) at Fox Lane High School in Bedford saw a large community advocating for area farmers, their food and local entrepreneurs. The

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What’s a Carbon Bubble?

Nearly all climate scientists agree that the Earth has been getting warmer since industrialization began in the 18th century. Overwhelming data support the conclusion that burning so-called fossil fuels that ages ago were plants — coal, oil, and natural gas — releases the carbon that plants contain in the form of carbon dioxide (CO2). These

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How Green Roofs can Help Improve our World by City Tech Leonardo Perez

The idea of green roofs is to grow a variety of vegetation on rooftops to help the environment and our wallets. Having vegetation on rooftops is a big plus in cities like New York. Since NYC is an ever growing city that means more buildings are being constructed resulting in less space for vegetation growth

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Role of Light Rail Project for Climate Change by City Tech Dinesh Adhikari

Light Rail Project, the proposed ground-level rail system that would run along the East River waterfront in Brooklyn and Queens, aims to propel and expand the city’s mass transit system for the future. The light rail project will cover 17 miles in neighborhoods across Brooklyn and Queens. It will provide affordable and convenient transit for

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Waste-to-Fuel Revolution

The use of renewable natural gas (RNG) is seeing a dramatic uptick by businesses and municipalities throughout the U.S. RNG is made by breaking down organic material found in wastewater, agricultural waste, decomposing food and yard waste to produce biogas. The process uses anaerobic digesters and then refined into an ultra-low-carbon, low-emissions source of energy

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