Check out the NYC Clean Heat Tumblr run by NYC Mayor’s Office of Long-Term Planning & Sustainability.
Check out NYCBLDGS.COM, one of the hacks that came out of last weekend’s Cleanweb Hackathon. You can find the most- and least- environmentally friendly public buildings in NYC.
If you scan a QR code on NYC Sanitation trucks, you’ll see this video on recycling in NYC, produced by Howcast and NYC Media.
Mayor Bloomberg and NYC Parks Commissioner Adrian Benepe kicking off MulchFest and taking a turn at the chipper.
MulchFest is this weekend, December 7th and 8th. Learn how to recycle your Christmas tree.
Photo of Mayor Bloomberg is from the NYC Mayors Office Flickr by Spencer T. Tucker and Photo of Commissioner Benepe is from @NYCParks on Twitter.
“The Bloomberg administration is set to commit $2.4 billion in public and private investment to applying new environmental technology to an old problem: the flow of untreated sewage and storm water into New York City’s waterways.”
Today NYC launched Change By Us, a social platform for community collaboration. Its inaugural focus: sustainable projects.