Youth Bike Summit 2014
A three-day national conference on bicycling grew from discussion with interns at Recycle-A-Bicycle....
Solar power comes to Brooklyn
Home solar power has been booming across the US. But here in New York City, how would one go about going solar? Solarize Brooklyn just guided 23 homes through the process....
Food and farming journalism fellowship seeks applicants
The UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism is offering Food and Farming Journalism Fellowships in a new program established by Michael Pollan. Applications due 3/1/14....
P.S. 41 develops a new green roof curriculum
P.S. 41 and partners are seeking support for the development of a green roof curriculum for school kids....
Pete Seeger: Sailing the Hudson in the name of activism
Pete Seeger launched the sloop Clearwater in 1969 to clean up the Hudson River. Join him and the rest of his crew as they help create the next generation of environmental leaders to preserve and protect our earth....
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East River Blueway
March 25, 2012
The Office of Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer in collaboration with the Office of New York State Assemblymember Brian Kavanagh and other partners, has commissioned a team led by WXY Architecture + Urban Design to develop the East River Blueway Plan, a community– based waterfront planning initiative. The project will consider Manhattan’s East River waterfront between the […]
February 12, 2012
Link: Green Map NYC For all people ready to participate in creating a healthy, sustainable and just world, Green Map System offers a direct pathway to the significant ecological, cultural and civic resources near home through our locally published and interactive maps, our globally recognized icons and mapmaking tools, and communications network linking Mapmakers in more than 55 countries. […]
Rate New York City’s privately owned public spaces
October 31, 2011
Check out this map showing NYC's privately owned public spaces, and share your experiences going there. http://citya.tl/sLbXNuSource: www.thenewyorkworld.com, via City Atlas
October 25, 2011
GrowNYC Greenmarkets are as diverse as the city itself! Download this map here. Download the 2011 PDF map of all NYC Greenmarkets.
Map Makes Loads of Geographic Data Available to the Public
September 15, 2011
Great source for community maps of NYC - free and all in one place.
Report issues in your neighborhood with the SeeClickFix map
September 1, 2011
Explore the SeeClickFix map of NYC right from this page, or go to their website to become a registered SeeClickFix citizen. SeeClickFix asks us to “Imagine a world where every citizen feels empowered and part of their neighborhood. Imagine if everyone trusted and felt taken care of by their local government. We know there are already a lot of […]
— Awesome Video Map of
July 27, 2011
MyBlockNYC.com is an interactive mapping website that captures and presents personal video accounts of the life and culture of New York City in order to create an intimate, evolving, and complete portrait of this great city. Users upload videos geographically, building the first fully interactive video map of New York City.
Interactive Map of the Waterfront from the Metropolitan Waterfront Alliance
July 27, 2011
The Metropolitan Waterfront Alliance is the voice of over 500 organizations with ties to our regional waterways. Discover who is doing what on the waterfront with their interactive map.
ioby.org Projects Map
July 27, 2011
ioby brings environmental projects to life, block by block. Search this map to find an environmental project in your backyard.
Brooklyn Greenway Map
June 30, 2011
A map of the Brooklyn Greenway