CASwiki news articles have a focus on news of community action for sustainability. This article is an offshoot from CASwiki's New York City community action article and is for news and comment in that context. Image: Looking south near dusk of a sunny day at 30th Street along the 9th Avenue bike lane from 31st. March 2010. Attribution: Jim.henderson
  • This Northern Manhattan Wetland Has Faced Climate-Change-Induced Erosion and Sea Level Rise. A Living Shoreline Has Reimagined the Space, (Aug 03, 2023) — In the process to create a climate-resilient city, the shoreline restoration of one of the largest remaining wetlands in Manhattan has succeeded due to community engagement and consistent stewardship. By Juanita Gordon
  • Surviving the smoke-pocalypse 101: Californians offer advice to New Yorkers, (Jun 09, 2023)
  • The Green Jobs Boom Is Benefiting the People Who Need It Most, (Jan 10, 2023)

2022[edit | edit source]

  • Lessons from New York: What makes a community turn against climate adaptation?, Grist (Feb 08, 2022) — To build a sea wall, you first have to build community trust.
  • First Electric School Bus In NYC Is An EV Conversion & That’s A Big Deal!, Clean Technica (Jan 30, 2022)

2020[edit | edit source]

  • Why Women Are Biking in Record Numbers in N.Y.C., (Oct 07, 2020)

De Blasio Commits to 100 Miles of 'Open Streets', Apr 27[1]

Solar-and-blockchain-driven energy microgrids bring sustainability - and cheaper prices - to Brooklyn residents[2] Feb 8

"Funky around the edges, humanly fermented, alive". How the Park Slope Food Coop makes a commons (and great produce).[3] Jab 13... see 2013 video

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