11 Mar 2016

2 Charts To Understand Slow Wage Growth In New York

Low-wage jobs have increased but the pay hasn’t kept pace with inflation, according to a

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27 Nov 2015

7 Things You Should Know About The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

“It’s a Thanksgiving Day tradition: the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.” This year’s gathering celebrated the

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24 Nov 2015

How A New York Urban Farm Is Fighting Big Oppressive Food Systems

On a small farm in Grafton New York, a group of people are dismantling oppressive

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22 Oct 2015

Resilience For Free : Protecting Vulnerable Communities

Clean Energy Group, through its Resilient Power Project, has released a new report analysing the

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30 Sep 2015

How NYC Will Cut A Million Tons Of Emissions From City Buildings

Mayor Bill de Blasio will announced a multi-faceted plan to speed progress in the city’s

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24 Aug 2015

Why Millennials Will Soon Leave The Cities They Remade

Officials in several cities transformed by young adults try to predict their next move. For

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28 Jul 2015

A Mysterious Law That Predicts The Size Of The World’s Biggest Cities

For the past century, an obscure mathematical principle called Zipf’s law has predicted the size

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21 Jul 2015

How NYC Transit Leverages Analytics For Better Services

New York City Transit Uses Analytics to Improve Service to Public To make sense of

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25 Jun 2015

Housing Cost Myth Of New York City

New York City consists of over 325 neighborhoods. But few New Yorkers include more than

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25 Feb 2015

NYC, San Francisco On Different Paths To Pedestrian Safety

New York’s Vision Zero campaign turns one this month. In the year since Mayor Bill

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