Research Seminar, January 25, 2013

The CUNY Center for Urban Environmental Reform, in conjunction with The New York City Urban Field Station, presents a quarterly research seminar on Friday January 25th, 2013, from 10:00 am 12:00 pm in the CUNY School…

Urban Sustainability: EJ, Stewardship and Greening in the Red Zone

Last Wednesday CUER jointly hosted a Research Seminar on Urban Sustainability with the U.S. Forest Service and the NYC Urban Field Station at CUNY School of Law. Keith Tidball, Ph.D., of Cornell University’s Civic Ecology Lab,…

Research Seminar: Wednesday October 17, 2012

In conjunction with the NY Urban Field Station and the US Forest Service Greening in the Red Zone Keith Tidball, Ph.D., Civic Ecology Lab, Cornell University Access to green space is understood to promote human health,…

Regulating The Urban Environment Workshop

Center for Urban Environmental Reform Workshop: Regulating the Urban Environment June 26, 2012 A day-long dialogue on the special problems associated with regulating the urban environment. The workshop brought together scholars, activists and regulators for a…

CUNY Law Alum Paula Segal and Brooklyn’s 596 Acres

FACT:?? There are 596 acres of vacant public land in Brooklyn.?? For perspective, that is slightly larger than??Prospect Park (585 acres) and more than half the size of??Central Park (843 acres). How do I know this???Well…

CUER Conference on Hydrofracking

CUER Workshop: Regulating the Urban Environment – June 26, 2012

CUER Workshop: Regulating the Urban Environment The Workshop?? was held at CUNY School of Law???s brand-new, LEED Gold facility in Long Island?? City. The event was intended to generate a day-long dialogue on the special?? problems…

Hydrofracking Roundtable Discussion – November 28, 2011

Hydrofracking Roundtable Discussion On Monday, Nov. 28th the CUNY Center for Urban Environmental Reform (CUER) will hold its first-ever event???a Roundtable Discussion on Hydrofracking in New York.?? As you may know from the extensive news coverage,…