Archive for the Sustainability Category

Public Art as Science Learning

May 25, 2012

Join the CUNY Institute for Sustainable Cities on Tuesday, June 5 for a panel of arts professionals, critics and cultural thinkers to discuss how artists can engage the public in a dialogue about sustainability, using Mary Miss/City as Living Laboratory’s project, BROADWAY: 1000 Steps, as provocation. This National Science Foundation (NSF) supported panel discussion will […]

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The Brooklyn Food Conference

May 10, 2012
The Brooklyn Food Conference

The Brooklyn Food Conference will take place this Saturday, May 12. The event is free, and will be filled with over 170 panel discussions, speakers, workshops, panel discussions, food demos, family programming, and art. The goal of the Conference is to “strengthen the cooperative effort of individuals, groups and organizations fighting everyday for a healthy, […]

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Upcycling Energy: Burning Calories not Fossil Fuel!

January 5, 2012
Upcycling Energy: Burning Calories not Fossil Fuel!

Do you ever wonder how much created energy is lost every day? From the rapid halt of a subway car or an elevator, to the steady pace of our foot steps on a sidewalk, to the bounce of a dance floor, to all them spinning classes and street cyclists. If it is not apparent already, […]

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Food Stamping the Green Market.

January 4, 2012
Food Stamping the Green Market.

More people are using food stamps at New York City Green Markets, as WNYC reported this morning. While there are different ways to present the findings, with some people all together critical of the claim because more New Yorkers (and Americans) are on food stamps in general these days, I can see the silver lining. […]

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Fewer New Yorkers are Recycling

November 2, 2011
Fewer New Yorkers are Recycling

An article in the Sunday Times looks at the issue of waste in New York City through the lens of the take-out container at lunch. The facts following could probably be framed in another way too: the “Really? You can’t recycle this?” conversation that many of us have had with our well-meaning friends and family […]

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