NYC's Last Non-Profit Can Redemption Center Is Fighting to Stay Open
Since the 1980s, redemption centers have served as a lifeline for thousands of New York City residents who collect bottles and cans for a living—especially during economic crises.
At Least $72 Million in Coronavirus Bailout Loans Went to Big Oil and Gas Companies
At least 16 drillers, fuel transporters, oil technology firms and service providers tapped the Small Business Association’s Paycheck Protection Program.
As Coronavirus Spreads So Does Single-Use Plastic. Here’s What That Means for Our Environment
As oil prices rapidly drop, recycling centers remain shut and plastic personal protective equipment becomes biohazard waste, the pandemic could worsen the already serious plastic pollution problem.
Environmentalists Tell Us How Their Zero-Waste Lifestyles Prepared Them for Lockdown
"Being zero-waste… helps one become more conscious of everyday habits and the environment, which is a plus in these times."