Posts Tagged brooklyn

Drinking Water in NYC

March 10, 2009
Drinking Water in NYC

The (Performative) Art Of Toxicity and Purity Hello, Green People! Thor here, with this week’s post on the micro issues of urban sustainability. Today, I’d like to share some thoughts on drinking water in NYC. This weekend I took advantage of the unusually warm weather and trekked up to Bushwick to check out Site Fest–a […]

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The City that Never Sleeps

February 18, 2009
The City that Never Sleeps

And is CONSTANTLY Moving There are people who plant roots in this city, build their homes, raise their children (or dogs), and remain in one space for generations. But as housing costs stretch people further and further into outer boroughs and young transients come and go, it seems that someone is always relocating in this […]

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The Greenhouse Effect

February 25, 2008
The Greenhouse Effect

Better than Greenhouse Gas Effects Brooklyn’s first L.E.E.D. certified residential building Greenbelt, opened its doors last week for a host of public-and private if you want to live there-events. Starting on Wednesday of last week, Brooklyn’s Green Drinks held their monthly mingling session and this past weekend, eco-workshops ranging from organic cooking lessons to the […]

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