Sustainable Flatbush Weekend Updates Sunday, September 16 • 11am – 5pm We are at the 36th Annual Flatbush Frolic
Join us on Wednesday April 27 at 7pm for a *free* screening of the Academy Award-nominated documentary: WASTE LAND
One key component of any sustainable system is a closed loop cycle. In nature, there is no waste–all byproducts are recycled through systems to feed another part of the overall system.
On Monday, June 7th I had the opportunity to attend the monthly meeting of Brooklyn’s Solid Waste Advisory Board (SWAB) at Borough Hall. When Anne sent me an email asking if I could go, she joked about how it would be more interesting than I think. Of course, she was right!
Books, Coffee, Democracy, and Sustainable Decorations at Vox Pop Cafe! While we were getting ready for our second annual Greening Flatbush: Garden Where You Are Event, we had to decide what would make our space look like Sustainable Flatbush was coming through without creating a lot of waste.
Great news on the Bigger Better Bottle Bill from Environmental Advocates of New York:
Good news on the Bigger Better Bottle bill, via our friends at Educating Tomorrow:
REDUCE, REUSE and RECYCLE at the FLATBUSH FREEMEET! sponsored by Sustainable Flatbush and Freecycle™ New York City Saturday, November 22, 2008 12 noon – 3pm
Micki Josi is a New York City public school teacher and the co-founder, with fellow teacher Coquille Houshour, of Educating Tomorrow, a group committed to “greening” NYC schools. Micki generously offered her home for the first-ever Flatbush Supper Club potluck and discussion, and here is her report on the event:
Here is some good news for anyone who cares about environmental education and practices in NYC public schools, from Coquille Houshour and Micki Josi of Educating Tomorrow: