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Water & Power: A California Heist

Gonna be a lot of irate citizens when they find out that they’re paying for water they’re not gonna get. — Jack Nicholson as J.J.…

Parks Without Borders Fort Greene Park

Through the Parks Without Borders program, Fort Greene Park was chosen to receive a share of $40 million for the redesign of its entrances, edges,…

Resiliency Speaker Series: Composting 101

As part of its Resiliency Speaker Series, join Rockaway Waterfront Alliance and the New York City Compost Project to learn how to compost in your…

The Biophilic Workplace – What’s Old is New Again

Join us for a lively discussion with practitioners on the leading edge of biophilic design. How can biophilic principles support a healthier, more resilient urban environment? What does a biophilic workplace look like? Does it really provide tangible benefits to productivity and the bottom line? What bioinspired innovative strategies and products are being developed? Come find out.

NYC Outdoors! An Environmental Education Expo

The NYC Outdoors! Expo is public event showcasing environmental education resources in New York City.
Who should attend? Participants will meet more than 40 environmental education organizations

Living Threads Photo Exhibit & Discussion: Oaxaca’s Traditional Dress and the People Who Wear It

Join photographer, researcher and storyteller, Eric Mindling, as he provides us with a glimpse into his historical documentary project, Living Threads: Oaxaca’s Traditional Dress and the People Who Wear It that looks at the grand diversity of styles of traditional dress and the people who wear them in Oaxaca, Mexico. From sweeping portraiture, insights into a changing world and the sharing of his personal motives to undertake this two year project, Mindling opens our eyes to a wondrous land and people.

Creative Climate Awards Closing Party

Join us as we close this inspiring month-long exhibit in true October style – with a Halloween themed celebration! Show up in your best costume and see the submissions one last time, along with interactive and performance art works presented by participating artists Amy Youngs, Rachel Frank, and Alicia Escott.

A Night of Shorts and Live Music

Join us for an incredible lineup of short films and live music that will make you stop and think about your impacts in mysterious, beautiful ways.

Creative Climate Awards Opening

The Opening will feature interactive and performance art pieces done by submitting artists Vangeline Dance Theater, Mechthild Schmidt Feist, and Danielle Boudrand.


esa (evolving sustainable apparel) is a lady gang rooted in the mutual desire to learn about our place in the fashion industry as well as the natural world, ultimately, synthesizing these two seemingly unrelated realms.

Our Capitalogenic World: Humanity, Nature, and the Making of a Planetary Crisis

The planetary crisis today cannot be adequately understood as a conflict of “humans” and “nature.” Learn how the making of planetary crisis is rooted in capitalism’s peculiar way of organizing nature, one committed to “putting nature to work” for free or low cost.