Thursday March 25, 2010
Is New York primed to become an ecocity? How do you imagine life in such a place? Richard Register has some ideas…
No wars and no cars: Ecocities according to Richard Register
A talk and discussion
Monday December 7, 2009
Reading the Times this morning, I came across two headlines that grabbed my attention. They were both titles of obituaries, summing up a man’s life in four words. To have seemingly led such a focused life,
Thursday July 23, 2009
Come learn about the latest in sustainable design in a quaint little garden in the East Village. Brought to you by the New York Restoration Project.
Series on Sustainable Design in East Village Garden!Toyota Children’s Learning Garden603
Thursday May 21, 2009
No plans yet this Memorial Day weekend? Here are a few eco-minded events for the holiday and beyond.
Saturday, May 23
Flatbush Supper Club Compost PotluckGet your hands dirty digging in compost and enjoy a lovely (vegetarian or
Monday May 18, 2009
The bluebell hyacinths were in full bloom at Brooklyn Botanic Garden.
Chris Roddick, Brooklyn Botanic Garden’s chief arborist, teaches us how to plant companions for street trees in the Trees NY Citizen Pruner course. This clematis will
Thursday May 14, 2009
[Not my shot: images via Brooklyn Bowl flickr page]
Manhattan has Chelsea Piers, Bowlmor, and the Port Authority bowling alley. But what about Brooklyn? The only bowling alley I know of in Brooklyn is Melody Lanes in
Monday April 6, 2009
One of the most iconic structures in NYC is about to get a makeover. When it was built, it was a model for engineering ingenuity. Now, it’s going to serve as a model for energy efficiency.