Posts Tagged nyc

PlaNYC 2.0 is seeking your input

October 22, 2010
PlaNYC 2.0 is seeking your input

PlaNYC was officially unveiled on Earth Day 2007 as a constellation of objectives to make a “Greaner, Greater New York,” including steps to reduce the city’s total carbon footprint by 30% by 2030. Community organizations and environmental groups were consulted in the creation of the plan and many organized around the goals of the plan. […]

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NYC Climate Week

September 21, 2009
NYC Climate Week

Its a big day,  actually big week for climate issues in the city. The Yes Men are at it again with a new faux paper. Remember the Times of 2008 that announced the Iraq war ended? Well, today was a Post rendition based on climate change. I just point this out because while the paper […]

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Electric Fish Deliveries

February 2, 2009
Electric Fish Deliveries

Supported in Part by CUNY I recently heard about an exciting initiative that in part exists thanks to our friends over at The Center for Sustainable Energy. The project is actually a van–an electric one that belongs to a fish distributor based in The Hunts Point Cooperative Market. This commercial market is the largest food […]

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51 Things Obama can Do

January 13, 2009
51 Things Obama can Do

For New York What would you do for New York if you were president? My initial thoughts: an MTA bailout–with strings attached–that require the funding stream to come away from volatile real estate taxes, a bit of extra funding to NYSERDA to beef up its city program so that 10 million New Yorkers can take […]

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A Day For A Picture to Speak

January 12, 2009
A Day For A Picture to Speak

The Canary Project There are lots of green events in NYC in the coming weeks. But you should check out the SustaiNYC blog for such information. Today, I think you should take a look at The Canary Project, which “produces visual media, events, and artwork that builds public understanding of human-induced climate change and energize […]

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