Yes, the Diller Island fiasco had to go—2.7 acres of performance spaces on
the hurricane-prone Hudson River would have been an environmental
disaster. But — what about the other 490 acres of water that are just as likely
to suffer from Irma
Continuing Education Units for Architects and Engineers taught by respected industry professional Jay Egg.
Are you ready for the transition to renewable heating and cooling?
Learn what you need to know about geothermal heat pumps, for which NYSERDA has implemented a $1,200-$1,500
Celebrate the opening of this highly anticipated exhibit in the heart of Manhattan. The Creative Climate Awards are an annual series of events that showcase artists creating climate-inspired, public works and actions. In an effort to inspire us to think
Photo Gallery: Gateway National Recreation Area in Queens
Check out these lovely photos of Gateway National Recreation Area in Queens taken by Don Riepe, an active Sierra Club member and a leader in the Littoral Society. Check out upcoming Littoral Society events here: http://www.littoralsociety.org/upcoming-events.html
MTA and DOT Are Weighing a River-to-River Busway for 14th Street During L Train Shutdown
Repost from David Meyer at Streets Blog NYC: http://nyc.streetsblog.org/2017/06/06/mta-and-dot-are-weighing-a-river-to-river-busway-for-14th-street-during-l-train-shutdown/
DOT and the MTA may go beyond typical bus lanes in their plan to keep people moving on 14th Street during the L train shutdown, which will suspend service west of Bedford