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This week Highline Park opened in New York City’s west side, spanning the section from Gansevort Street to West 20th Street.
The Highline is an elevated railway line built in the 1930’s, abandoned in the 1980’s, and was stated to be demolished. Nature…More →
On Sunday afternoon I attended a volunteer organized event titled “Evolver Town Hall”. Gathering in the St. Mark’s Church on the Bowery in New York City, the event spilled out into the adjoining courtyards with workshops, panel discussions, art and…More →
I decided to contact Mr. Hamza to learn more about Gadani. Here’s our email interview:
Why did you go to…More →
Yesterday, astronauts aboard the ISS took, what The Associated Press called: “one small sip for man and a giant gulp of recycled urine for mankind.”
Yep, scientists have now perfected recycling drinking water from human urine. Until now, Russian scientists get their…More →
After five years of negotiations by 64 countries, the new regulations, known as the International Convention for the Safe and…More →
If you’ve read our page on Gadani, Pakistan, then you’ll know that this town on the outskirts of Karachi is one of the world’s foremost sites for ship-breaking — that is, dismantling it for scrap when it outlives its usefulness.…More →