Tag: New York City

UCCRN Co-Hosts Event on Transforming Infrastructure in NYC for Sustainability

by | April 26, 2016
Categories: Events, News

UCCRN co-hosted a workshop entitled “Transforming Infrastructure in NYC for Sustainability: Critical Needs and Opportunities Workshop” at Hunter College – City University of New York. Organised by UCCRN Co-Directors Cynthia Rosenzweig and William Solecki, and Peter Marcotullio from the City University of New York, the workshop took place on April 25, 2016 at Roosevelt House, City University of New […]

UCCRN Scientist Radley Horton Discusses New York City’s Climate Vulnerabilities on NPR’s Talk of the Nation- ScienceFriday

by | November 2, 2012
Category: News

Scientist Radley Horton talks with the host of NPR’s Talk of the Nation-Science Friday, Ira Flatow, and the New York Times’ DotEarth blog author Andrew Revkin about New York City’s infrastructure vulnerabilities. He said, “we’ve known that New York City has a lot of vulnerabilities as a densely populated coastal city.” Dr. Horton also discussed […]

After Sandy, Cynthia Rosenzweig and DemocracyNow! Discuss Impacts of Climate Change on NYC Infrastructure [video]

by | November 1, 2012
Categories: News, Video

Cynthia Rosenzweig talks with Amy Goodman of DemocracyNow! about Hurricane Sandy, climate change, and NYC infrastructure: “Climate change is not just in the future; climate change is already happening. So even though we can’t associate any particular storm [with climate change] …. the entire climate system is showing the effects of the forcing that human […]