We've Got the (Green) Power As I drive down Interstate 57 south from Chicago, a flash catches my eye: red lights. At first, a few. Then more in the distance. Click Here By Nidhi Shastri   Looming in front of me is a massive field of wind power. Each light sits...
The Seven Wonders of the Anthropocene

The Seven Wonders of the Anthropocene

    By Jenna Kurtzweil       Standing in the shadows of the Great Pyramids, a man named Herodotus set the Seven Wonders of the World in motion. If he could have predicted the modern calendar, he’d have dated his entry 440 BCE; if he could have...

Scrubbing the Skies Is clean coal fact or fantasy? Click Here  By Zack Fishman For more than half of its 150-year history, the Urbana-Champaign campus of the University of Illinois has relied heavily on Abbott Power Plant for on-site electricity and steam generation....
Your Friendly, Neighborhood Coyote

Your Friendly, Neighborhood Coyote

 By Amber Volmer I don’t remember the first time I heard the eerie, piercing yips of the coyote. Maybe it was when my father built a chicken coop at the end of our backyard near the wood line. I was charged with collecting eggs, their warm, hay-crusted surfaces...

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