For New Yorkers who like to recycle, there's some pretty good news in our future. It looks like they are trying to pass a law that will expand recycling of plastics in New York. This means that we can finally recycle items like yogurt containers, plastic fast food containers, laundry detergent containers and more! It
What are the emerging issues regarding environmental health in New York City? What are the Obama Administration's priorities for improving environmental health?
Join WE ACT for Environmental Justice on Tuesday, April 13th for the answers to these questions, and more.
I just wanted to upload some pictures from my indoor garden. It's been very slow. I didn't know how long it would take to get these seeds going! I also ended up with a lot of dead plants. The scallions and spinach are pretty much goners.
The tomato plants are growing 'true' leaves, the ones that look like real plant leaves.
In addressing the question: "What sorts of public initiatives can promote good eating habits without possibly resulting in discrimination against overweight people?" for the Room for Debate Op-Ed section of the New York Times, Dr.
Right now on Groupon you can save 60% off the weekend rate and for $10 get admission for the entire weekend to the Go Green Expo hitting NYC March 20 & 21. Attend workshops, panels, and meet manufacturers of environmentally focused products and goods :)
"Concrete Safaris empowers youth to become healthy leaders through green exercise programs that enrich the mind, body, community & environment. Our new office space at Union Settlement Association will be adjacent to Mad Fun Farm and Paradise Garden, 14,000+ sq. ft. of outdoor, youth-envisioned land, at Washington Houses.
Shugah Baybees pre-school (Family Daycare) is looking for help in starting an organic Garden. The family Daycare consist of 5 to 12 children who practice healthy eating.we have a great backyard and need help getting started. We are located on 135 west 122nd street. Contact Mama Janay @Sbaybees@gmail,com
You know what bothers me to no end? Cars who idle in front of my apartment! You know what I mean... they just park there, with their cars running and their music blasting ruining not only my peace and quiet, but also my fresh air! (Well, as fresh as it can be in the city anyway!)