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October 14, 2014

In 2013-2014 the Human Impacts Institute is partnering with the Transatlantic Climate Bridge Program of Germany to explore how we can make climate change personal to our communities and re-communicate climate issues to the American public in creative and engaging...

July 2, 2014

Walking on The High Line, one discovers a hidden gem, an urban oasis of an above ground railroad park. The High Line is an amalgamation of live music, food vendors and the visitors speaking foreign languages. This park in the sky is a great example of sustainable devel...

March 16, 2014

The Human Impacts Institute is currently accepting applications for our highly competitive Summer 2014 internship program. Past interns have included international lawyers, media professionals, certified teachers, as well as graduate and undergrad students from Columbi...

January 16, 2014

Artist Sue Allbert brought her multi-media work Tidemarks to the Southside Connex Street Festival in Brooklyn, NY on September 28th—Day 9th of the Ten Days of Climate Action 2013. The QR codes on the needlepoint cushions take viewers, through the QR pho...

January 15, 2014

Though there is no shortage of interesting furniture pieces to capture one’s attention when walking into Environment Furniture in NYC’s Noho neighborhood. However, the real draw at the final event of Human Impacts Institute’s 10 Days of Climate Action 2013 was the insp...

January 15, 2014

During Human Impacts Institute’s 10 Days of Climate Action 2013, the National Arts Club (NAC) presented an evening event celebrating the creativity of East Berlin. The highlight of this event, housed in the beautiful and historic NAC headquarters in Gramercy, was a ru...

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