Curtis Ravenel

To really understand how a company is positioned for the future, you have to know how it’s managing its environmental impact.

Green monsters: the new sustainable stadiums

As the world focuses it’s attention on the London Olympics, it’s important to be mindful of the impact that stadiums have on the environment.

The big green hackathon

“Reinvent Green Hackathon” sounds like something out of a science fiction film— but it happened here in the city just two weeks ago. Five prizes were presented by the judges, but the jury’s still out on a sixth prize: Popular Choice, to be decided by the public. Voting is open until July 15th, so be sure to vote here;

Google Maps goes off-roading

If fear of getting lost in the woods has deterred you from hiking the great outdoors, pretty soon you’ll have no excuse.

NPR listens to the heart of the city

NPR is asking listeners from all around the United States to capture short recordings of sounds they feel embody the quintessential “heart” of their city.

Free kayaking in the city

From mid-May to mid-October, the Hudson River Greenway’s Downtown Boathouse (located at Pier 96 and Pier 40) offers short escapes from the hustle and bustle in the form of free kayaking sessions.

The society of young urbanists

The Municipal Art Society of New York (MAS) has been around since 1893, and since its inception has been working to make the City a more livable space.