What the world can learn from Israel’s water reuse programs

Negev Desert, Israel

By Karyn Simpson Medill Reports Negev Desert, Israel – A country that is 70 percent desert faces a unique challenge in finding sustainable water sources, but by treating and reusing approximately 90 percent of its wastewater, Israel has done just that. The small country is light years ahead of the rest of the globe – […]

With new storms surging, Puerto Ricans still feel lasting scars from Hurricane Maria

By Valerie Nikolas Medill Reports In the aftermath of Michael, the most catastrophic hurricane to hit the U.S. mainland in 26 years, Americans are still healing from the destruction a year ago in Puerto Rico. NASA reports that warmer ocean temperatures due to global warming are a factor in adding energy to hurricanes and maintaining […]

James helps UIC Flames defeat Oakland Grizzlies 3-1

By Kristen Keller Medill Reports The UIC Flames took to the court Friday night against the Oakland Golden Grizzlies of Oakland University. During this Horizon League matchup, the Flames swept the last three sets after falling to Oakland in the first set. Outside hitter Kiera James and opposite Clara Lamb led the offense during the […]