The planet is drowning in the most useful material ever invented. So what are we going to do about it?
The world produces four hundred million tons of plastic annually, nearly half of which is considered single-use. Each year, more than
NY City Council Member Costa Constantinides is hosting a Town Hall to collect public testimony about Con Edison’s proposal to increase their rates.
Monday, July 22 - 7 to 9 pm at P.S. 122 - 21-21 Ditmars Blvd, Queens
Con Edison wants
Action Needed This Week to Finally Stop the Williams Pipeline!
A few weeks ago a major blow was struck against the Williams Pipeline when the Cuomo administration denied the project’s water quality permit. But at the same time they allowed the company to reapply, which they promptly did.
In case you
Keeping the Lights On: Climate Change and Consumer Energy in New York City
Want to become more informed and engaged on issues of climate change?
The New York Public Library, together with Melville House, is hosting a monthly series for the New York City community to engage with the Climate Report, published in 2018
James Thackara, Lifelong Witness to the Nuclear State, Breaks Silence
James Thackara, nationally and internationally acclaimed novelist, was born in California, moved to England and became a citizen there. He and his wife recently returned to the US after his 50-year stay.
James' first novel, America's Children, as well as his