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Storm Water Runoff

Our Urban Forests Improve the Quality of Life

Cornelius B. Murphy, Jr., Ph.D. | Posted 07.30.2014 | Green
Cornelius B. Murphy, Jr., Ph.D.

The Center for Urban Forest Research has estimated that a property with trees is valued 5 percent to 15 percent higher than a comparable lot with no trees.

The Flood Is Coming -- And Russell Crowe Can't Help

John G. Taft | Posted 06.24.2014 | Green
John G. Taft

Urban storm water runoff, it turns out, is the leading cause of water pollution. The equation is simple: climate change leads to extreme weather, which directly affects water quality.

Message in a Bottle? Caffeine Pollution Says 'Man Was Here'

Bill Chameides | Posted 09.26.2012 | Green
Bill Chameides

Now you can add another data point supporting the notion of the Anthropocene -- caffeine in near shore ocean and estuarine waters.