Science & the City Podcast
According to the New York City Panel on Climate Change, global warming could have a big impact on the five boroughs. Three experts discuss the Panel's recent findings, and tell us what weather and policy changes to expect.
We take you through NYC's Go Green Expo and find 5 easy ways for New Yorkers to green up.
Check out New York Sun Works' floating sustainable greenhouse, The Science Barge, and learn some ecological science and energy solutions for growing green in a concrete city.
Take a tour of the new Bank of America building at One Bryant Park - now the greenest office tower in New York City, with a Platinum LEED ranking. The building's lead architect and mechanical engineer join to give context to this skyscraper's ultra-sustainable features.
November 30, 2007
The President and CEO of the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority shares details of how the Spitzer team is tackling New York's environmental, energy, and climate changes.
Experts discuss the pressures that may lead scientists to misrepresent data and hinder the self-correcting mechanisms of science.
Experts discuss the developing role of neuroscience in the legal system, the power and limitations of neuroscience as an to aid legal decision-making, and some of the implications.
In follow-up to our “Sloth: Is Your City Making You Fat?” event, Dr. Mariela Alfonzo discusses the application of statistical analysis to the study of urban design and public health.