Facebook Twitter Gplus RSS
magnify
Home Go Green Archive for category "Community"
formats

Food & Climate Change: Bedford2020 Food Expo by Abby Luby

The food movement against Big Ag is always bolstered by bringing together a wide spectrum of people believing in the sustainability power of local food. The Bedford2020 Food Forum last Saturday (March 4, 2017) at Fox Lane High School in Bedford saw a large community advocating for area farmers, their food and local entrepreneurs. The

(Read More…)

 
 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Reddit Share on LinkedIn
2 Comments  comments 
formats

AFFRAID OF DONALD TRUMPS VIEWS ON CLIMATE CHANGE? by City Tech blogger Bergil St. Juste

AFRAID OF DONALD TRUMPS VIEWS ON CLIMATE CHANGE? HERE ARE FOUR THINGS YOU CAN DO TO KEEP UP THE FIGHT. After the events of November 8th, and the shocking election of Mr. Trump as the next president of the United States, it seems as if half of the country is uncertain about its future. One of

(Read More…)

 
 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Reddit Share on LinkedIn
No Comments  comments 
formats

Every Little Bit Helps by City-Tech blogger Hussein Alnomani

Recently, when I walked in the movie theater, there was a desk at the front who asked me for ten minutes of my time. They were representing a group of people who are trying to convince people to change their electricity source to a clean source.  I was curious to know more about it. I

(Read More…)

 
 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Reddit Share on LinkedIn
No Comments  comments 
formats

How Green Roofs can Help Improve our World by City Tech Leonardo Perez

The idea of green roofs is to grow a variety of vegetation on rooftops to help the environment and our wallets. Having vegetation on rooftops is a big plus in cities like New York. Since NYC is an ever growing city that means more buildings are being constructed resulting in less space for vegetation growth

(Read More…)

 
 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Reddit Share on LinkedIn
No Comments  comments 
formats

Role of Light Rail Project for Climate Change by City Tech Dinesh Adhikari

Light Rail Project, the proposed ground-level rail system that would run along the East River waterfront in Brooklyn and Queens, aims to propel and expand the city’s mass transit system for the future. The light rail project will cover 17 miles in neighborhoods across Brooklyn and Queens. It will provide affordable and convenient transit for

(Read More…)

 
 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Reddit Share on LinkedIn
No Comments  comments