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Cleanup on the Gowanus Canal

This is a photo of the Gowanus Canal in Brooklyn, NY which is a superfund site and is currently being cleaned up.The canal is toxic and extremely polluted and has been for decades. When there is excess rain, often due to the changing climate, the…
Dec 7, 2017
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Cleanup on the Gowanus Canal

This is a photo of the Gowanus Canal in Brooklyn, NY which is a superfund site and is currently being cleaned up.The canal is toxic and extremely polluted and has been for decades. When there is excess rain, often due to the changing climate, the…
Dec 7, 2017
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Dec 3, 2017

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