Scientists predict that plastic in the ocean will eventually outweigh fish in the ocean. But how many of those plastics are ending up in our seafood, and where are they coming from? In the Pacific Northwest, new research is helping to answer those questions. (Produced, shot and edited)
This short documentary follows a 15-year-old from Stamford, N.Y., in the Catskills, as he hunts his first deer. (Produced, shot and edited)
Every night, more than 10,000 Seattle-area crows fly to the University of Washington's campus in Bothell. They seek safety in numbers, traveling as far as 50 miles to roost en masse. (Produced, shot and edited)
You buy a new phone or computer and you take your old one to a local recycler. It’s the green thing to do, right? Well, it turns out a lot of those devices may not be getting recycled at all. (Co-produced, shot and edited)
EarthFix explains the carbon tax and cap-and-trade carbon-pricing systems as countries aim to curb greenhouse gas emissions. (Produced and edited; animated illustrations by MacGregor Campbell)
The Hanford nuclear site armed the atomic bomb that helped bring an abrupt end to World War II. But the Cold War turned Hanford into a major source of plutonium and of radioactive waste. A quarter-century after the Cold War’s end, Hanford workers continue to trace their health ills to waste-related exposures at the site. (Produced, shot and edited)
Coney Island has seen many changes since it opened its first sideshow in 1880. Theme parks have been developed, bulldozed and redeveloped; newer vendors have replaced old businesses; real estate has been bought and sold—the list goes on. But there are some places, and people, in Coney Island that are determined to keep the old traditions alive. (Co-produced, shot and edited)
Numbers affect New Yorkers at every stage of life, from a newborn in Brooklyn to a 102-year-old in the Bronx
Crain's and tech firm Relationship Science mapped a universe of nearly 16,000 executives and board members tied to more than 1,000 New York-based companies to produce its first-ever list of the 200 most-connected business executives in New York.
The Story of a Bronx Dancer: Andrew Saunders, aka Goofy, dances on trains to avoid the pitfalls of growing up in the Bronx. His mom is his motivation.