Whose park? Our park.
There are about 1,700 parks, playgrounds, and recreation facilities across the five boroughs. Do you have a park among these that's "yours?"...
Zero emissions: nothing but hot air?
Is Tesla's market victory cause to celebrate for those who mourned the death of the electric car?...
Breaking the use-and-discard cycle, one repair at a time
“As a nation we’ve begun to rethink our relationship with food -- now is the time to rethink our relationship with consumer objects as well.”...
Joi Ito's nine principles for success in a time of change
Cooper Union’s historic Great Hall, built in a time of horse and carriage, provided a resonant setting for Joi Ito's talk about the future....
On waste, still more questions than answers
What if one of our practices, recycling, is actually damaging to the overall environmental project we should be pursuing?...
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Gowanus Artist Elizabeth O’Reilly Puts Canal on the Map — Artistically
October 28, 2011
Art exhibit inspired by the Gowanus Canal open until Nov 12, 2011. We'll definately check it out!Source: www.brooklyneagle.com, via City Atlas
Film Series, Lavender Lake — Oct. 28 (Brooklyn)
October 27, 2011
Whats planned for the Gowanus area after the recent Superfund designation kicks-in? Come find out.Source: www.pratt.edu, via City Atlas
New York City Hurricane Irene news roundup — reports, maps, science, advice
August 25, 2011
How to Prepare for Hurricane Irene via Nbcnewyork New York City hurricane evacuation zones via WNYC (interactive map) hurricane evacuation zones via Nyc Hurricane Tracker via Nytimes Urban Ocean Observatory Hurricane Irene Scientific Report via Stevens-tech