The Flint crisis made water quality monitoring a hot-button issue. How can we conduct water quality monitoring accurately, affordably, and democratically?Read More
Are you part of a nonprofit, community based-organization, or an individual looking for funding for your next environmental project? There are a bountiful amount of options for grants with a community stewardship angle.
Here is a list of the most popular and generous environmental grants and the foundations that give them out.
Which city in the US has the best water? Turns out, this simple question has a pretty complicated answer.Read More
The NYC Green Infrastructure Plan is putting $1.5B into green roofs, street trees, and more. Are communities in the Bronx River watershed reaping the benefits? This is the first in a new three-part series that is searching for an answer.Read More
Air quality monitoring has long been costly, difficult, and geographically limited. A new generation of IOT enabled sensors are allowing efficient, cost-effective, localized air quality testing—not only by governments, but by NGOs and concerned citizens, too.Read More
Greta Thunberg is a powerful climate change activist, but so are all the other Gretas, including you. Here is how you can make more sustainable decisions in 2020.Read More
We conducted a crowd science experiment around indoor air quality testing in multiple offices around NYC. The results were surprising to say the least…Read More
This is the most extensive list of IoT conferences, events, webinars, and forums on the internet. Period.Read More
Whether you have consumer or enterprise grade IoT devices, companies’ privacy policies are often your only window into how they manage your data. Let’s explore the privacy policies of several consumer and enterprise IoT companies.Read More
Energy technologies show the furture of power, but technology won’t solve all of our problems—people and policies need to evolve too.Read More