Field Notes: The Rusting Remains of a Famous Labor Dispute Site
Rankin, Pennsylvania: Built in the 19th century as part of the Homestead Steel Works complex, the Carrie Furnaces produced up to 1,250 tons of iron per day at their peak in the 1950s and '60s.
Legacy Economy: Pittsburgh Steel Crazy After All These Years
"Manufacturing is no longer just about production. Production is now the core of a much wider set of activities."
The Rise of the Green Burial: After Death, Consider the Natural Option
To keep tons of steel and harmful embalming fluids out of the ground—and to save money—more and more Americans are considering a natural burial after death.