With transparency and sustained idealism, Drake presented her firm’s urban sponges, parks, and “infra-sutures” that aim to heal past wounds and current conflicts caused by massive city projects–like Moses’s BQE, and by “acts of god” like Sandy.
As people continue to upgrade from their old cell phones and buy new ones, cell phone pollution simultaneously continues to grow. However, the State of New York is working hard to curb the growth of mobile device waste.
With powerful storm surges costing the New York Metropolitan Area more and more each year, it is clear that a new flood protection system is necessary. Has it now become economically responsible from a cost-benefit standpoint?