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Thomas Edison established the first direct current power system in 1882.  It distributed electricity to 59 customers on Wall Street in New York City.  Today, the electric grid includes more […]

The Times They Are a-Changin’: Starting with the Electric Grid

Thomas Edison established the first direct current power system in 1882.  It distributed electricity to 59 customers on Wall Street in New York City.  Today, the electric grid includes more […]

Life Cycle Assessment A Life cycle assessment (LCA) is an attempt to evaluate all environmental impacts associated with a product, process, or activity. This includes considering impacts at all stages of […]

Looking for the Role of Product Life Cycle Assessment in the Hudson Valley

Life Cycle Assessment A Life cycle assessment (LCA) is an attempt to evaluate all environmental impacts associated with a product, process, or activity. This includes considering impacts at all stages of […]

Beyond Toledo: Toxic Water in a Hotter World By: Karen Baumert   In August 2014, Toledo, Ohio’s tap water became undrinkable, leaving about 500,000 people without water.  The cause:  a […]

Beyond Toledo: Toxic Water in a Hotter World

Beyond Toledo: Toxic Water in a Hotter World By: Karen Baumert   In August 2014, Toledo, Ohio’s tap water became undrinkable, leaving about 500,000 people without water.  The cause:  a […]

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