Since the Rena, a Liberian ship, ran aground on a reef off the coast of New Zealand 10 days ago, an environmental catastrophe has been brewing. Oil is spilling into the ocean, harming wildlife and reaching shore.
Honeybee Baby and Mom at the Honey Festival Photo By Bonnie Hulkower
With Rosh Hashana just a few days ago, I am still remembering the taste of honey drenched apples and challah. There have been plenty of apples and honeys all over NYC in the past
Rosh Hashana, also known as the Jewish New Year, was celebrated this past week. One of the iconic symbols of the holiday, is honey, which is eaten with challah and apples. Honey has important meaning for the celebrants of Rosh
Every day, New York City residents waste 270,000 pounds of food. Want to know what that looks like? Here's an unforgettable way to imagine it - fill up a subway train with the equivalent amount of apples, and release it onto the
From the news that scientists have created a bacteria that lights up around landmines to the development of a rot-proof apple--that stays fresh for 4 months--a lot happened this week in green. A new study called The Economics of Ecosystems and
Photo credit: Abhijit Tembhekar via Flickr/Creative Commonsdigg_url = 'http://www.treehugger.com/files/2009/11/scientists-develop-rot-proof-apple-stays-fresh-four-months.php';Scientists in Australia have developed an apple that won't rot. Or, won't rot