Kingston Air Quality Initiative Detected Potentially Dangerous Levels of Fine Particulate Matter (PM2.5) from Western Wildfire Smoke in Late JulySmoke from large wildfires burning in the western United States and Canada led to potentially dangerous air quality conditions in the Hudson Valley in late July, according to the Kingston Air Quality Initiative (KAQI), a collaboration between the Bard Center for the Study of Land, Air, and Water (with support from the Open Society University Network Community Science Coalition) and the City of Kingston. Read More
“Ghost Forests”: Virginia Hanusik ’14 Photographs Louisiana’s Vanishing Wetlands, Which Are Being Lost to Sea Level RiseSouth Louisiana contains around half of the country’s wetlands—and accounts for almost 90 percent of the country’s wetland losses. Bard alumna Virginia Hanusik ’14, a New Orleans–based photographer whose work centers on climate change and environmental justice, documents Louisiana’s vanishing wetlands in this National Geographic feature on the “Amazon of North America.” Read More
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