Issue #110
May 5, 2015

It's National Bike Month

If doing good for the environment or the arrival of National Bike Month haven’t been reason enough to dust off the ol’ two wheels, here are some 5 more reasons to ditch the car and start biking. ... Read More

There's Something in the Soil in Central Park

It seems that in the city that never sleeps, even the trees are operating on overdrive. Cornell University researchers planted red oaks in New York City’s Central Park and in locations further upstate to understand whether the urban environment influences the biology of trees. The results: the oaks in the park grew eight times faster, something they attributed to “the urban heat island effect.” ... Read More

Reclaim Your Own Wood

Aside from the $0.99 spaghetti, I’m not much of an IKEA fan. I understand the attraction - the Swedish furniture maker fosters some pretty amazing design and they have mastered making beautiful item ... Read More
Issue #110
May 5, 2015