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Located at the north end of Sara D Roosevelt Park in the center of lower Manhattan, there's great potential to create an all-ages space for community wellbeing and social resiliency. Want to hear more about it? Join the mailing list please, for occasional updates and events.

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Terrific event on 10/25! We are digesting the outcomes from 8 topic tables, responding to press and other inquiries, but will post an update soon. In the meantime, our thanks to Jean Gardner and TEDC, The New School, LESReady, 596 Acres, terrific students, all the table leaders and participants!.

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Wow! We were sold out, but have added more seats for our 10/25 event. So you can RSVP now. Even if you don't, you are welcome at the event at 65 West 11th, east of 6th Ave, at 6:30pm. https://www.facebook.com/events/100796170676267

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Where is the Stanton Building? It's in the middle of lower Manhattan, outside the City's flood zones. What better place for a community climate action center?

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Need an antidote to all the bad climate news out there? Building social resiliency is a step in the right direction.

Our 10/25 event planning is going well - be sure to spread the word and RSVP today! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/preparing-for-today-urgency-en…

Five years ago Hurricane Sandy blasted through New York City, uprooting neighborhoods, flooding buildings, streets, and subways, leaving many without power, food, or clean water. Join the Tishman Environment and Design Center at The New School and the Stanton Building Task Force of the Sara D. Roose...
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The following op-ed was penned by Wendy Brawer. Her nonprofit, Green Map System, is a member of the community coalition at Sara D. Roosevelt Park. It's time to return to the Stanton Building to the Lower East Side community, a move that together addresses climate change and community well-being. Loc...
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Our first email went out! Friends, please Like this page and invite your friends to, as well. And join us for our next event on Oct 25th! RSVP at http://bit.ly/PreparingForToday

Five years ago Hurricane Sandy blasted through New York City, uprooting neighborhoods, flooding buildings, streets, and subways, leaving many without power, food, or clean water. Join the Tishman Environment and Design Center at The New School and the Stanton Building Task Force of the Sara D. Roose...
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It’s been five years since Sandy shocked NYC into taking action on climate. Now, Hurricanes Maria, Irma and Harvey, Mexican earthquakes, forest fires and long-term disruption are fresh in mind. It's time for coastal communities to work together, building skills, knowledge and connections that contribute to climate preparedness and community wellbeing.

Community visioning around the Stanton Building in Sara D Roosevelt Park on NYC's Lower East Side has led to community-engage...d prototypes for social resiliency. Join the Stanton Building Task Force and Tishman Environment and Design Center at The New School on Wednesday October 25th toward realizing the Stanton Bldg's potential from 6:30 to 8:30 PM. 65 W 11th (near 6th Ave).

Overview and breakouts with community partners, faculty, students, and all interested in local climate action. Please RSVP at http://bit.ly/PreparingForToday !

Refreshments and more, thanks to LES Ready and the Parsons School of Constructed Environments.

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