Assemblyman Joseph R. Lentol


Brooklyn Botanic Garden – NYC Compost Project hosted

Brooklyn Public Library

Center for Educational Innovation

Council Member Stephen Levin

El Puente Green Light District

Eyebeam Atelier – GCEF Project – Soil Cycle: A Mobile Compost Initiative

Greenpoint Monitor Museum



Harbor School

Human Impacts Institute

In Our Backyards, Inc.

Lower East Side Ecology Center

National Wildlife Federation – Eco-Schools USA

Neighbors Allied for Good Growth

New York City Department of Environmental Protection

New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene – The Brooklyn District Public Health Office

New York Road Runners

New York State Department of Environmental Conservation

New York State Senator Daniel L. Squadron

New York State Senator Martin Malavé Dilan

North Brooklyn Compost Project

NYC Department of Sanitation – Bureau of Recycling and Sustainability

NYC Parks & Recreation – Partnership for Parks / City Parks Foundation




Safe Kids NYC – Manhattan, Staten Island, Brooklyn and the Bronx

Sierra Club

St. Nicks Alliance

The Greenpoint Community Environmental Fund

The Hudson River Foundation

The Newtown Creek Group

The North Brooklyn Boat Club

The People’s Firehouse

The Research Foundation of the City University of New York

The Riders Alliance


Transition North Brooklyn

United States Environmental Protection Agency

Wearable Collections




Saturday, January 27th at 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Brooklyn Community Board 1: Monthly Meeting

Brooklyn Community Board 1: Monthly Meeting

Tuesday, February 13th at 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
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Suing for the Future

Suing for the Future

New York City goes after Big Oil for damages resulting from Climate Change When New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced last week that the city would divest its pension funds from fossil fuel companies, he quickly established New York  as a primary player at the forefront of global resistance to climate change.  Saying,…

Oh, Tannenbaum!

Oh, Tannenbaum!

All About Christmas Trees in NYC Of all the great pagan practical jokes shoehorned into modern American life, none looms larger than the Anglo-Saxon tradition of the Christmas Tree.  With its roots in Norse and Siberian tree-worshipping animism, the Christmas Tree arrives in our homes as a compound symbol, bearing the fruits of both ancient… Read More

Getting Trashed @ City Reliquary

Getting Trashed @ City Reliquary

Exploring the world of NYC Garbage at a new show New York is the most wasteful city on Planet Earth. According to a widely-cited National Academy of Sciences whitepaper, New Yorkers produce an average of just under 10,000 tons of garbage per day–the most in absolute terms of any major metropolis, and more than twice… Read More

Have Yourself a Green Little Christmas

Have Yourself a Green Little Christmas

A Go Green Gift Guide for the Discerning North Brooklynite So it’s the High Noon of consumer culture here in the Holiday Times, and you’re in a PICKLE: You know it is better to give than to receive, but let’s face it, you’re out of juice. You have no idea what to give anyone. Added… Read More

How to Grow Oyster Mushroom at Home

How to Grow Oyster Mushroom at Home

Oyster mushrooms are the ingredient of many delicious dishes because of their delicious taste and chewy texture.They’re also the rich source of protein, fiber, vitamin B& E, potassium, selenium, etc., which are very good for our immune system. Moreover, according to recent studies, oyster mushrooms can lower cholesterol level and prevent cancer. Good news for… Read More

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