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New York City Council passes bird-safe glass bill

New York City Council passes bird-safe glass bill
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Since the end of the last Ice Age, birds have migrated between the Arctic tundra and the Caribbean along the Atlantic Flyway, a migration route that passes over New York City. Drawn by an evening glow, the birds often fly into the city by night, drop into green spaces to forage, and leave the city by […]


Food waste experts convene in New York City

Food waste experts convene in New York City
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Non-profit operators, entrepreneurs, city officials and individual food waste experts convened on Friday, September 27 at the Javits Center for Stop Food Waste NYC, a self-described “interactive teaching market,” in an effort to address the mounting crisis in our landfills. Food scraps make up 21 percent of New York City’s waste stream, according to a […]


New Pace Gallery: ultra pricey art takes over Chelsea

New Pace Gallery: ultra pricey art takes over Chelsea
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The Pace Gallery opened in Chelsea. Only some of the mega gallery’s expensive art is for sale, and residents wonder how its opening will impact the neighborhood.