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Sustainability, the Youtube Way

January 28, 2009 | Sustainable Times

Rep. Maurice Hinchey and part II of Tria Case, executive director for the Center for Sustainable Energy at Bronx Community College. “Green Meter” inventor Dr. Craig Hunter on saving gas and the environment. Featured green artist: Chrissy Coughlin and Sustainable CUNY Shorts video contest features a top prize of $500 for winning submissions posted to Youtube.
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Clean Energy Revolution

January 15, 2009 | Sustainable Times

An excerpt from Governor David Paterson’s State of State address on his plans for New York’s transition to clean energy, Tria Case, Executive Director for the Center for Sustainable Energy at Bronx Community College, on implementing new energy policies, Pradeep Halder, Nanoscale Science and Engineering professor at the University at Albany on new technologies that help make buildings more energy efficient. Featured Green Artists: EMMPH and Nora Mathews.
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Free Music for a Cause

December 26, 2008 | Sustainable Times

Dr. Robert Paaswell, co-chair of the Sustainable CUNY Task Force on developing a sustainable transportation infrastructure, Michael Martin, Prez of MusicMatters on engaging artists as well as fans to help save the environment and Ted Brown, executive director of the CUNY Institute for Software Design and Development on how computer programs can fight global warming. Featured Green Artists: Beavin Lawrence, The Jim Small Band.
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Solar's Bright Future in NYC

December 17, 2008 | Sustainable Times

Vincent Cozzolino on the business of solar energy in NYC, part 2 of Ed Begley Jr and David Ortiz on the potential of geothermal energy. Featured Green Artists: Emily Zuzik, Peggy Atwood.
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Daryl Hannah Films The Sustainable Life

November 26, 2008 | Sustainable Times

Wilson Rickerson, renewable energy consultant on strengthening the clean energy market, actress Daryl Hannah on dhlovelife.com, her new video blog about the news and trends affecting the sustainable lifestyle and Suri Duitch, Director of Adult and Continuing Education at the City University of New York on how colleges are preparing students for the greener workforce of the 21st Century. Featured Green Artists: Alexa Benoit, Motion V.
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Ed Begley Jr.: Green on a Budget

November 25, 2008 | Sustainable Times

Robert Zagaroli III, chairperson of the architectural technology department at the New York City College of Technology on incorporating sustainable resources in CUNY campuses, actor and environmentalist Ed Begley Jr. on living a greener life with low-cost alternatives and Thomas Mclellan, Founder and President of LED Green Power on the next generation of energy-efficient lighting. Featured Green Artists: Betty MacDonald, Scott Krokoff.
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A Ray of Light – New York's Solar Future

November 10, 2008 | Sustainable Times

Richard Perez, research professor at the State University of New York at Albany on the financial benefits of solar energy, Sanjoy Banerjee, Director of the Energy Institute at the City College of New York, on storing solar and wind power with rechargeable batteries and Brian Dolan of Intellidyne, LLC on energy-saving applications for commercial and residential climate control systems. Featured Green Artists: Richard Thron, The Classic.
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The Market Kitchen: Organic in The Bronx

October 26, 2008 | Sustainable Times

Fred Moshary, professor of mechanical engineering at the City College of New York on tracking pollutants in the wind. Wood Turner, project director of ClimateCounts.org, on using consumerism to fight climate change and Stephen Ezell, owner of Market Kitchen, on the the benefits of purchasing locally-grown organic produce. Featured Green Artists: Flytrap, Kingfly.
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Folk Legend Pete Seeger

October 22, 2008 | Sustainable Times

Dr. Rohit Aggarwala, Director of New York City’s Office of Long-term Planning and Sustainability on plans for a greener New York, Grammy Award-winning folk singer Pete Seeger on using music to promote environmental issues, and Bruce and Russell Barton of Bits Limited Manufacturers on reducing electricity consumption and costs. Featured Green Artists: Pete Seeger, Split The Bill.
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Sustainable Transportation

October 2, 2008 | Sustainable Times

Dr. Robert Paaswell, Director of the City University of New York Transportation Research Center on alternative technologies for transportation. Ira Dorfman, Emission Solutions on switching diesel engines in delivery trucks for those that run on natural gas. Mark Aubry, Smith Electric Vehicles on the advantages of electric commercial trucks. Featured Green Artists: MZ, Wet Pain.
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