Environment Video: Oysters used to clean New York's waterways Add to ... Reuters Published Monday, Aug. 27, 2012 9:14AM EDT Last updated Monday, Aug. 27, 2012 9:30AM EDT A group of scientists, architects and activists believe that lots of oysters sunk into city waters can help clean up decades of pollution Watch More Video: Vast iceberg poised to crack off Antarctica, scientists say British Muslim teacher forced off U.S.-bound plane NYPD chases runaway cow through NYC streets Russian ambassador to UN dies in New York 'Not My President's Day' protesters rally in New York Californians head to high ground amid storm clean up North Dakota officials urge protesters to leave amid cleanup Rumor becomes top dog at Westminster show Trump campaign aides spoke with Russian spies: reports Couple ties the knot atop New York's Empire State Building Halifax digs out from massive snowfall Breast cancer survivors proudly bare scars in charity fashion show Heavy, wet snow blankets New York, New England Fast-moving storm brings heavy snow to northeast U.S. Shell turning a corner? Trump's immigration ban prompts protests and outrage Watch protesters rally against Trump's plans on Muslim immigrants and refugees Car parks could become 'lungs of the city,' researchers say Former cargo ship becomes artificial reef off Texas coast Greenpeace activists scale crane, hang 'Resist' banner in D.C. Comments Share via email Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on LinkedIn Print More Related to this Story Technology Video: Patent verdict sparks selloff of Samsung shares, but will it last? Technology Video: Samsung and Apple both to blame, says S. Korea judge Media Video: How much of a competition threat is Bell's Astral deal?