Day: February 26, 2016

Business Education

Plastics in the Ocean Affecting Human Health

Author: Gianna Andrews This case study is part of a collection of pages developed by students in the 2012 introductory-level Geology and Human Health course in the Department of Earth Sciences, Montana State University.  Over a few decades, humans have managed to dump tons upon tons of garbage into the ocean. Of the most devastating […]readmore

Education Uncategorized

All the Water on Earth

Source: United States Geological Survey This image show blue spheres representing relative amounts of Earth’s water in comparison to the size of the Earth. Are you surprised that these water spheres look so small? They are only small in relation to the size of the Earth. These images attempt to show three dimensions so each […]readmore

Business City Politics Community News


TO ADDRESS DEVELOPMENT IMBALANCE, BOROUGH PRESIDENT CALLS FOR REINVESTMENT IN CORE INFRASTRUCTURE, EXPANSION OF OPPORTUNITIES FOR COMMERCIAL SPACE AND AFFORDABLE HOUSING BROOKLYN, NY, February 22, 2016: Today, Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams released “A Decade Later in Downtown Brooklyn”, a report analyzing the impact of the Downtown Brooklyn Plan, a rezoning initiated in 2004 […]readmore

City Politics What's Going On

View From Here

By David Mark Greaves Senator Bernie Sanders is making Secretary Clinton a far better candidate than she ever would have been without him.  And even if he does not win the nomination, he’s moved the Clinton self-described “pragmatism” needle to the Left, which would not have happened if he were not there. With the Republican […]readmore