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Hurricanes Shaped East River Waterfront Plan
Where Does the Gowanus Cleanup Stand?
City Sewage Plan Faces Obstacles, Questions
Defeated In Court, Waste Station's Foes Take To The Streets
This Memorial Day, A Lost World at Cedar Grove Beach
Japan Tsunami, Katrina Memories Wash Into Waterfront Debate
What Cuts Will Cost: Children's Learning, Parents' Work
Lunch At Junior's: Reputation & Reality In Today’s Brooklyn
Finding The Borough Behind The Brand: Brooklyn Today
Moses, Jacobs And You: The Battle For Gotham
Missing Moses' Muscle
Waking the Dead
Five Boroughs. One City. No Plan.
Whose Dreams Will Decide?
Development, Zoning Fights Fuel Push For NYC Roadmap
Can a Year-Round Coney Island Succeed?
Bloomberg Deputy's Legacy, From Yankee Stadium To Hudson Yards
Surf's Up, Ferry's Down: The Rockaways' Transit Troubles
Neighborhood Advocates See Push For Power Blocked
City Expands East River & Long Island Sound Cleanup Effort
Coverage of New York City's rivers, beaches, and waterfront environment news.
After months of pressure from residents of an area plagued by poor drainage and rising groundwater, the city recently announced a set of measures to keep Southeast Queens dry—or at least drier—this spring and summer.
Carter Oosterhouse & Scott Naturals Tube Free unveil Empire State Building replica built from toilet paper tubes
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Many cities have realized that natural resources are economic advantages, especially in attracting and retaining young professionals. For New York to compete, this op-ed argues, we must put more of our money where our water is.
Held on Wednesday October 3rd at Galapagos Art Space in downtown Brooklyn, the inaugural series in our Tackling Poverty Conversation & Networking Series brought advocates, researchers, elected officials and ordinary citizens together to discuss strategies for improving New York City's education outcomes.
The pain of 9/11 reopened a deeper wound: Violent trauma is part of daily life in New York. Now a city in crisis must help its youth survive a hidden epidemic.