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Waste Amphetamines Alter Underwater Ecosystems

Using an artificial stream system, researchers found that amphetamine residues altered insect and microbial life in aquatic ecosystems. Christopher Intagliata reports.

August 25, 2016 — Christopher Intagliata

The Myth of the Sustainable City

Urban areas are usually celebrated for their energy efficiency and low per capita carbon dioxide emissions, but such accounting ignores how and where they acquire their resources

August 21, 2016 — John W. Day and Charles Hall

Sewage Floods Likely to Rise

Sewer systems in many cities, stressed by age and growing populations, will spew more raw refuse into the streets during heavy rains

August 19, 2016 — Kavya Balaraman and ClimateWire