From the New York Hall of Science, who are on a tear lately:
Maker SpaceOpen House on Monday, March 12, 5 to 8 pm.Join us for an open house celebrating the unveiling of Maker Space, NYSCI’s new hub for making, creating and building.
With core support from Cognizant’s Making the Futureinitiative, Maker Space is a venue where schools, families and aspiring makers from across the New York area will learn the tools and techniques of Making in its many forms. It is a place for collaboration, community and cooperation in trying new ideas and learning from peers.
At the open house, you will get to try some of the activities that will be programmed in Maker Space throughout the coming year, as well as see samples of projects, meet guest makers, and do some Making of your own!Kids are welcome. Snacks and beverages will be served.
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Our old buddy Sam and his Solar Ivy project are featured in The Local today, along with a whole bunch of other cool “genius” ideas, including a few eco-related projects. Beyond the Fence: A Genius Incubator at the Navy Yard - The Local
At Columbia Earth Institute. RSVP required.
Transmission Developers Inc is working to lay a new transmission line — the Champlain Hudson Power Express Route — that would connect NYC consumers with hydro power from Quebec. More info at NYLCV.
Five years later….
From Osiris at Urban Go Green:
If we are going to fulfill on the promise and the potential of the green economy, it is going to take the passion and commitment of all of the extraordinary people who came out Tuesday and more.
Thank you all for attending, telling friends and engaging in such an important dialogue about building awareness, growing the demand and creating financial opportunities in the green economy.
Stay tuned for updates on other Greening the Culture Campaign events, especially the Green Festival coming up on April 21st and 22nd.
Book release party!
Ig Publishing is delighted to announce the launch of Kendra Pierre-Louis’s book:
A new and unique take on green consumption, that author and environmental activist Bill McKibben says, “…makes clear, [that] what we need even more than clean cars are clean politics and economics that let us make sensible structural choices.”
Please join us on Tuesday March 13th, 2012 from 6pm to 8pm
at Wix Lounge
10 W18th St, 2nd Floor,
New York, NY 10011
Book signing/mingling networking
Formal Book Signing
Meet the author, hear a brief reading, get your book signed, and mingle with other environmentally conscious individuals.
Wine and Nibbles