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The Best of the Newsweek: April 24

As the week comes to a close, we offer your our week in review. Celebrating Earth Day New York Times Celebrate this Earth Day with the world’s oldest tree.   Charter Schools Huffington Post The Department of Education wants to learn more about students in charter schools.   The Water in Your Glass Might Be

The Best of the Newsweek: April 17

As the week comes to a close, we offer your our week in review. Offshore Drilling New York Times The US issues new rules on offshore oil and gas drilling. SunEdison New York Times  The company has prepared the paperwork to file for bankruptcy. As the world’s leading manufacturer in solar panels, what does this

Best of the Newsweek: April 10

As the week comes to a close, we offer your our week in review. Light Pollution New York Times Taking a closer look at the effects of light pollution. NASA is Facing a Climate Change Countdown New York Times  Kennedy Space Center and other NASA facilities nearcoastlines are facing the prospect of continually rising waters.

As the week comes to a close, we offer your our week in review. Even in A Warming World, It Will Snow Somewhere New York Times You have heard the snide comment, “it’s snowing in April, global warming doesn’t exist.” Here is why that statement is far off course. NAFTA May Have Saved Many Autoworkers’

The Best of the Newsweek: March 27

As the week comes to a close, we offer your our week in review.   Climate Change: It’s Happening Faster Than we Think  New York Times It might be a matter of decades, not centuries, that we begin to see perilous climate change. The Race is on to Control Artificial Intelligence New York Times  Companies

The Best of the Newsweek: March 20

As the week comes to a close, we offer your our week in review.       What We’ve Learned About Pluto New York Times A compilation of findings from research conducted on Pluto in the last few months. EPA Faces Bigger Tasks New York Times  With a shrinking budget and more public critiques, it

Best of the News Week: March 13

As the week comes to a close, we offer your our week in review. Welcome to Sense & Sustainability’s Quick Hits! Our Quick Hits are dedicated to intriguing news stories from the past week. We hope to provide our readers context about the continuing issues in sustainability research with these compelling stories. If you would like

Quick Hits March 6

As the week comes to a close, we offer your our week in review. China’s New Economic Plan New York Times A new supply side intervention will hopefully put China back on course.   A Surprising Benefit of Viral DNA New York Times  New studies show that viral DNA can help us fight viruses.  

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