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The secret work life of bees

Jun 30, 2015
David Wallace-Wells from New York Magazine discusses the overworked honey bee.
Posted In: honey bee, Agriculture, bee colony collapse, colony collapse
A plume of exhaust extends from the Mitchell Power Station, a coal-fired power plant in New Eagle, PA.

SCOTUS rules against EPA regulations

Jun 29, 2015
In a 5-4 decision, the court says the agency didn't properly consider costs.
Posted In: Environmental Protection Agency, Supreme Court, President Obama, Antonin Scalia

Making electricity demand match the supply

Jun 25, 2015
Denmark gets some 40 percent of its power from wind energy — but it's aiming for even more.
Posted In: electricity, energy, Denmark

Experts still puzzling over bird flu

Jun 25, 2015
Experts are still stymied by a bird flu crisis that cost farmers millions of birds.
Posted In: bird flu, avian flu, chickens, poultry farmers

Backing up the power grid with homemade electricity

Jun 19, 2015
Connecticut is trying microgrids that keep going when the main utility fails.
Posted In: infrastructure, U.S., electricity, power grid

U.S. mayors tackle water problems

Jun 19, 2015
Conference will cover safety and conservation issues.
Posted In: sustainability, conservation, water, San Francisco

Fuel cells offer cities an alternative to the grid

Jun 19, 2015
Bridgeport, Conn., is taking measures to rely more on locally made power.
Posted In: infrastructure, energy, power grid

What we talk about when we talk about the grid

Jun 18, 2015
The country's electrical grid is extensive, but also vulnerable and aging.

When the power grid fails

Jun 18, 2015
Three storms in Connecticut knocked out some residents' power for more than a week
Posted In: power grid, infrastructure, weather, storms

Closing the 710 freeway gap

Jun 17, 2015
A look at one of Los Angeles County’s most persistent infrastructure controversies.
Posted In: infrastructure, highways, california

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