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The Detrimental Disappearance of the Colorado River

Nestled within the rugged terrain of the American Southwest and the Grand Canyon, the Colorado River weaves through a tapestry of breathtaking landscapes, providing an oasis for life amid the stark beauty of the desert. This 1,450-mile-long stream of water spans seven...

The Power of HAP’s Education Programs

John F. Kennedy once said, “The future promise of any nation can be directly measured by the present prospects of its youth”. Thus, I think it’s safe to say that our future is bright in terms of building a more sustainable future thanks to the passionate students...

The Perfect Vegan Weekend in Pittsburgh

Since its deindustrialization in the 70s, Pittsburgh has been a city that is often overlooked when it comes to tourism. With a wide variety of attractions, ranging from art to food to great nature, this city is a paragon for the best of both worlds: small-town charm...

The Rise of Lab-Grown Meat

  Worldwide, 70 billion land animals and trillions of marine animals are slaughtered each year to feed an unsustainable demand for meat that’s eating away at our planet. The vast majority of these animals are raised by the practice of factory farming where they...

The Invisible Recyclers

The Great Pacific Garbage Patch. The Pacific trash vortex. A danger to marine life everywhere. Regardless of what you choose to call it, there is no denying the level of concern that the sight of 3.6 trillion pieces of plastic floating around in the ocean brings. ...