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Watch the Live Stream of WNYC’s “Climate Change: A Roadmap for Survival”

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If you can’t join us here in Manhattan for this historic climate change summit, please join us via the above player for a live stream of Brian Lehrer’s discussion with …

– Physicist and visionary environmental scientist Amory Lovins

– Chief of Energy Finance and Planning for New York State Richard Kauffman

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New York Times on Concord Free Press’ The Rockaways

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MD/NY partner Concord Free Press’s new free book of photography is profiled in the New York Times

After Hurricane Sandy swept through the region, people wandered the Rockaways like zombies, cloaked in blankets to protect against the mid-autumn chill. Families were left traumatized by homes reduced to skeletons. For weeks, the elderly and disabled, trapped in their apartments… Read More >

The Rockaways Release Party

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A Devastating Chronicle of the Aftermath of Hurricane Sandy

The Rockaways—published on the first anniversary of Hurricane Sandy by the Concord Free Press—combines visceral photos by renowned photographer Gilles Peress (Telex Iran, Farewell to Bosnia) with the voices of residents of The Rockaways, one of the communities hit hardest by the superstorm. The CFP will distribute 3,000 copies of The Rockaways via… Read More >


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WNYC announces their collaboration with Marfa Dialogues/NY:


Hosted by WNYC’s Brian Lehrer

Thursday, October 24, 2013 2:00 PM

THE JEROME L. GREENE PERFORMANCE SPACE 44 Charlton Street New York, NY 10014

Tickets: $15 $10 for students or nonprofit employees; use code CHANGE (please present ID day of show at box office)… Read More >

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MD/NY in the Washington Spectator

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The new issue of The Washington Spectator, with an introduction to MD/NY from Marfa Dialogues co-founder Hamilton Fish of the Public Concern Foundation, which publishes The Spectator

This special issue of The Washington Spectator coincides with the launch of the Marfa Dialogues/New York project—a citywide public conversation on climate change scheduled for this October and November in New York…. Read More >

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Driving Without a License: Indian Point at the Crossroads

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Finally, a lively and informative evening on exposure to radiation, the third rail of the energy debate. Reception and dinner on October 4 in Suffern, New York (Rockland County). Alec Baldwin to host.  Order your tickets today at



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