environmental studies

Miami Will Be Underwater Soon And Its Drinking Water Could Go First

The slowest-moving threat to Miami’s drinking water is also the most sweeping: As the ocean rises, salt water is being pushed into the limestone, forming a wall of brine that’s creeping inland along the aquifer’s floor. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Why Interest Rates Need A “Shot Clock”

In a wide-ranging talk at the annual REIT symposium hosted by NYU Schack, Zell explained why he’s bullish on foreign investment but doesn’t have much hope for an infrastructure boom in the U.S. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE