The Cultured Meat Solution

Who knew the potential solution to global crises would take shape in the form of a hamburger? Well, not your average hamburger. Clean meat, cultured...

Anti-Climate Change Panel is Grounded in Money, Not Science

Last week, the Washington Post reported that President Donald Trump was considering assembling a panel — the Presidential Committee on Climate Security — to...

Food Injustice, or Food Ignorance?

Former First Lady Michelle Obama cultivated a movement to increase access to the high-quality, nutrient-dense food necessary to maintain a healthy lifestyle. One of...

The Conservatism of Climate Estimates

The beginning of 2019 in climate politics was defined by one phrase — “faster than previously thought.” Many have been caught off guard by...

The Climate Change Report Is Harrowing — But Is It Our Fault?

We have an institutional responsibility to help resolve climate change, but the emphasis on individual actions to reduce waste is not enough.

Finding a Valuable Lesson in the Melting of Antarctica

For the last few years, two fault lines in the Brunt Ice Shelf, near the westward Coats Lands region of Antarctica, have been slowly...

The Misleading Nature of Veganism

In the complex, polarizing world of nutrition and diets, people tend to favor black and white rules to answer their questions. But simple answers...

Greta’s Anger: A Shift Toward Accountability

Sixteen-year-old climate activist Greta Thunberg’s impassioned speech at the United Nations Climate Summit caught the world’s attention. Despite this, it seems the full implications...

The Quandaries of Abstaining From Double Cheeseburgers

Writer Natasha Jokic takes a look at her relationship with vegetarianism and explores the extent of the role of the individual in environmental impact.

Composting Isn’t a Waste

In a world of seven — soon to be eight — billion people, it’s easy to find comfort in the statement “I’m just one...

Combating Climate Change Begins With Citizens

The earth’s climate has changed naturally way before the industrial revolution at a pace that gave life time to adapt. However, it is now...

NYU Needs to Take Back the Tap

With NYU’s Washington Square Park campus being in a city that has the “champagne of drinking water,” why is it that we still sell...
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