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Stung by the Climate – A report on A Film Event

Stung by the Climate by Vincent Irizarry I went to an event called Stung by the Climate, a unit of three short films at the New York Institute of Technology for Climate Week. Check out previews for the films here.

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Volunteer day to care for Highbridge Forest in Manhattan

The Highbridge Forest Crew works to remove invasive plants from the park and to care for recently planted native trees. As part of the Forest Crew. you will learn basic invasive and native plant identification, proper removal techniques, and an

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SEJ students forage in Central Park, make salads from gathered greens

By Staci Strobl Central Park can feed you if you know what to pick.  Environmental Crime (SUS 240) students toured with Widman Steve Brill, a foraging expert, in Central Park on Saturday May 9, 2015. Exploring the deviant behavior of

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Hudson River Park mulch-a-thon

Join your friends and neighbors this spring and lend a hand alongside Hudson River Park staff to plant, weed, mulch and prune—while basking in the spring sunshine. From Chambers Street to 59th Street along Manhattan’s west side, Hudson River Park

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Eating a “paleo” diet in the city: Public debate

On March 5, a fascinating debate on nutrition science is taking place between Nina Teicholz, author of The Big Fat Surprise: Why Butter, Meat and Cheese Belong in a Healthy Diet, and John Mackey, the Co-Founder and Co-CEO of Whole Foods Market. John

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