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July 29, 2020

The All-Electric Future's On The Way

In 2022, California will require new home construction to be all-electric. What does this mean for utilities?

Climate/Race Intersectionality

The path to successful climate action runs through the path to racial justice, Rhiana Gunn-Wright

July 28, 2020

NY Botanic Garden Reopens

With its acres of lush greenery, the NY Botanic garden re-opens on July 28. Face coverings + social distancing a must, of course

NYC's Unmanaged Climate Retreat

Sea level rise + a variety urban policy failures are making mincemeat of NYC's plan to Build It Back post Superstorm Sandy, now 8 years in the past

If Biden Wins The Election...

...he should rejoin the Paris Climate Accord, but that's just the beginning. What else is climate critical at at the global scale?

Loving Parks To Death

A sliver lining of the pandemic, New Yorkers explore more of their parks + nature spaces, the downside is visitor numbers rise as maintenance funding plummets

July 27, 2020

Ain't It The Truth

Trump Makes Green New Deal A Campaign Punching Bag

Punch back. Organize. Vote.

Psst, NY Has A Green Bond Act On The Ballot

Just in case you thought there was only one important item on the ballot this November, here's a second item, a NY State $3 billion environmental bond act

July 24, 2020

Cheering For Splitsville

Why are Big Greens calling for Big Techs to end their romance with Big Fossils?

The Brooklyn Bridge Make-Over

By July 30, cast your vote for the best Brooklyn Bridge post COVID walkway re-design in the Van Allen Institute competition

No What We Signed On For

July 23, 2020

Post-COVID: Build Cities Back Better

Bold, broad ideas to advance green innovations for building back US cities post-COVID, it's not just about the money, it's how it gets invested

Guatamala: Climate Migration Now, Other Places Soon

While projections for 2070 climate migration are terrifying, climate displacement has already started in nations like Guatamala