Officials say a cement barrier keeps swimmers apart from the toxic coal tar underneath the pool. But experts note that cement can deteriorate.
Mycoremediation, says a noted mushroom expert, might work
Opioids get abused. But some people need them
Local chefs, fishmongers, and foodies seem wary of the AquaAdvantage Salmon
The new law kicks in soon. What are the new options?
Last season was rough. This one? So far, so good
Brooklyn has a legacy of industrial contamination, much of it in Greenpoint, where life goes on anyway.
No three-eyed monsters, but some species thrive there, and they may be evolving
How did Greenpoint get so toxic? The root of the problem goes back several decades, although it was discovered much more recently.