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In The Press

 
 

Press Mentions

2019

As climate activism surges, fast fashion brands like H&M and Zara may suffer, ABC News, 10/06/2019

Climate Change Is Oppressing Black People, The Root, 10/02/2019

Redress shares resources on fashion's impact on the environment and economy, Fashion United, 9/25/2019

New Schoolers Prepare to Strike for Climate Action, The New School Free Press, 9/21/2019

Public comment open for Wheelabrator air permit renewal in Hudson Falls, The Post Star, 8/29/2019

INSIGHT: Don’t Incinerate Waste; Get Circular, Optimize Plastics, Bloomberg Environment, 8/8/2019

America’s youth think they can save the world and get rich, The Middletown Press, 7/15/2019

5 Things you should know about the impacts of burning trash, GreenBiz, 6/28/2019

Long Beach is one of 2 cities in California that still burns trash. Will the future be greener? Long Beach Post News, 6/11/2019

Wheelabrator Millbury is cited as a top polluter, example of “environmental apartheid”, The Millbury-Sutton Chronicle, 6/10/2019

Report: 2 LI trash-burning plants among highest mercury emitters, Newsday.com, 5/30/2019

Incinerators in Camden, Chester, among nation’s most polluting, report finds, Whyy.org, 5/23/2019

Study claims millions in the U.S. are exposed to waste incinerator pollution, Waste 360, 5/23/2019

Report: Hudson Falls trash plant among country’s ‘dirty dozen’ incinerators, The Post Star, 5/22/2019

Study shows incinerators are in 80% of EJ communities nationally & NJ, Insider NJ, 5/22/2019

Report: Hudson Valley incinerator one of top polluters in U.S., Hudson Valley Post, 5/22/2019

4.4 million people in the U.S. are exposed to pollution from waste incinerators, YubaNet, 5/21/2019

Revealed: 1.6 million Americans live near the most polluting incinerators in the US, The Guardian, 5/21/2019

Does Your City Employ Environmental Justice Best Practices? Color Lines, 5/14/2019

Can Zoning for Environmental Justice Reverse a Century of Zoning Racism? Nonprofit Quarterly, 5/14/2019

Which Cities have concrete strategies for environmental justice? Grist, 5/12/2019

Which Cities Have Concrete Strategies for Environmental Justice? CityLab, 5/7/2019

Tar Sands Songbook, Resilience.org, 5/7/2019

Can New York have a Green New Deal and a new fracked gas pipeline? Grist, 3/21/2019

How to choose clothes that will last, Mother Nature Network, 2/26/2019

New Report: Land Use Reforms Can Break Cycle of American Environmental Racism, NRDC, 2/21/2019

2018

Parsons School of Design appoints new Dean, Fashion United India, 12/20/2018

Back To The Burner: Black Friday Is National Throw-Away Day, Forbes, 11/13/2018

The Fate of the Earth Depends on Women, The Nation, 11/8/2018

New School Faculty and Staff Support Antigua and Barbuda Installation at International La Biennale di Venezia Architecture, New School News, 9/10/2018

Why fashion brands destroy billions worth of their own merchandise every year? Vox, 9/17/2018

Alexandria McBride, EPSM ’16, Named Chief Resilience Office for Oakland, California, New School News, 9/10/2018

Environmental Policy and Sustainability Management Alums Taylor Morton and Molly Johnson Land on Influencer Lists, New School News, 8/27/2018

Milano and NSSR’s Darrick Hamilton Joins Bernie Sanders’ Inequality in America Town Hall, New School News, 4/4/2018

The New School Community Disrupts Climate Injustice, New School News, 2/28/2018

The New School Takes on NYC’s Zero Waste Challenge, School Construction News, 1/12/2018

2017

How The New School Is Advancing NYC’s ‘Green’ Efforts, The University Network, 12/8/2017

How climate change will transform business and the workforce, BBC Future, 9/17/2017

Tishman Center Sponsors Free Sale of ‘Good As New’ School Supplies and Materials, New School News, 8/18/2017

Dining on Climate Data: Using Food to Explain Climate Change, Huffpost, 7/17/2017

Tishman Center Sponsors Free Sale of ‘Good As New’ School Supplies and Materials, New School News, 4/17/2017

A Feminism for the Masses, Harper’s Magazine, 4/17/2017

The New School + #SXSW: Parsons Faculty Member Colleen Macklin on Metagaming the Future, New School News, 4/12/2017

School of Public Health sponsors first Black History Month lecture, The Brown Daily Herald, 4/7/2017

NYC’s Climate Research Resources Are Melting Faster Than the Ice Caps, The Village Voice, 2/28/2017

#NODAPL, The Carolinian, 2/22/2017

New USM food studies program taking an interdisciplinary look at food systems, Bangor Daily News, 2/21/2017

Gentrificación socava salud de la Gran Manzana, El Diario, 2/21/2017

Nearly 8,000 U.S. public schools are plagued by toxic air, Grist, 2/20/2017

The Institute of Culinary Education and The New School Announce Zero Waste Food Conference, PR Newswire, 2/15/2017

The Wastelands of Urban Renewal, CityLab, 2/13/2017

The Most Important Modern Farmer Might Be The Urban Cowboy, Good, 2/11/2017

Eugene Lang College Is Creating Socially Engaged Scientists, The New School News, 2/7/2017

Beyond the Hype: 5 Ways to Think About Virtual and Augmented Reality in Schools, EdSurge, 2/7/2017

NY1's 'Agents of the City' Lawsuit Over Emails Between Mayor and Outside Adviser Goes Before Judge, Spectrum News NY1, 2/1/2017

¿Por qué la ciencia tiene un futuro sombrío con Trump?, El Financiero, 1/26/2017

Trump officials suspend plan to delete EPA climate web pages, Science Magazine, 1/25/2017

Grant freeze to be narrower, shorter than expected — officials, E&E News, 1/25/2017

Podcast Ep 34: Preparing For The Fight With Dr. Mindy Fullilove, The Mash-up Americans, 1/16/2017

Could Trump Administration Undo Toxic Passaic River Fix? WNYC, 1/13/2017

How Pittsburgh remembers a Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright, PRI, 1/7/2017

2016

Compania care transforma plasticul din oceane in haine, Ziare.com, 12/28/2016

Environmental Justice Enters Its Age of Anxiety, CityLab, 12/14/2016

The challenges of diversity in sustainability leadership, GreenBiz, 12/12/2016

Why Trump’s Use of the Words ‘Urban Renewal’ Is Scary for Cities, The New York Times, 12/7/2016

Pro-tips for buying clothes that will last years, not weeks, Quartz, 12/4/2016

Trump teams feature thin rosters, mixed bag on experience, E&E News, 12/1/2016

Let Professionals Show You How To Do Group Projects Right, The New School Press, 12/1/2016

Parsons Installations Featured at Arianna Huffington’s Thrive Global Pop-Up Shop, New School News, 11/29/2016

Live Q&A: How shall we plan the cities of the future?, The Guardian, 11/21/2016

Feasting Our Eyes through Food Films, HuffPost, 11/21/2016

Food Studies in Trump’s United States, HuffPost, 11/14/2016

Meet The University’s New Senior Vice President For Social Justice, Maya Wiley, The New School Free Press, 11/15/2016

New School Faculty Members Confront Environmental Injustices, New School News, 11/8/2016

Housing summit aims to connect scholars, activists, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 11/7/2016

7 Tips On How Women Can Dominate Their Chosen Legal Field, By Civil Rights Attorney Maya Wiley, Above the Law, 11/4/2016

For more resilient cities, think small(er) and look to vacant lots, Berkeley News, 11/1/2017

Damn right the election is rigged: Trump's charges apply on the other side, New York Daily news, 10/31/2016

Chewing on Taste: A Philosophical Reflection, HuffPost, 10/31/2016

Vi måste klä oss bättre, SVENKA YLE, 10/31/2016

Population boom adds to city threats, Eco-Business, 10/28/2016

Considering the City: The Buki Plan, the Viaduct and Erie CPR, Erie Reader, 10/28/2016

Nova Agenda Urbana ajuda cidades a enfrentar desafios da rápida urbanização, Nações Unidas Brazil, 10/27/2016

Cómo los mapas interactivos están ayudando a las ciudades a entender sus problemas, Univision, 10/27/2019

Civil-Rights Attorney Maya Wiley on How to Keep Fighting the Good Fight, The Cut, 10/26/2016

Doom in the Age of the Anthropocene? Parsons Faculty Member Timon McPhearson Envisions a Brighter Future, New School News, 10/26/2016

The Spirit of Food Design in Latin America, Huffpost, 10/24/2016

Here’s How The World Can Adapt To The Rapid Rise Of Cities, HuffPost, 10/21/2016

City Council to Examine NYPD Oversight Board, Gotham Gazette, 10/21/2016

Nations agree on global road map to steer breakneck urbanization, Reuters, 10/20/2016

Visualizing the Toughest Challenges Facing Global Cities, CityLab, 10/20/2016

State Not Doing Enough to Protect Poor from Pollution, Advocates Argue, NJ Spotlight, 10/19/2016

Yvonne Watson: Defining the Future of Fashion, AARP, 10/17/2016

Vodka, nalewka and wine: Polish spirits in transition, Huffpost, 10/16/2016

Scientists must have a say in the future of cities, Nature, 10/10/2016

Old Anger and a Lost Neighborhood In Charlotte, CityLab, 10/11/2016

Building a ‘Good’ Anthropocene From the Bottom Up, The New York Times, 10/6/2016

The EPA gets closer to cleaning up one of the nation’s most polluted rivers, Washington Post, 10/5/2016

When your students go hungry, HuffPost, 10/3/2016

Parsons Alumni Win Prestigious Sappi Ideas that Matter Grant for Culinary Design Curriculum, New School News, 10/3/2016

Construction update: The Caesura in the Brooklyn Cultural District, Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 9/28/2016

Maya Wiley Shapes the Social Justice Agenda at The New School, New School News, 9/27/2016

This Company Turns Plastic Bottle Trash From The Ocean Into Clothing, HuffPost, 9/27/2016

Why This Company Wants You To Fall In Love With People’s Old Jeans, Huffpost, 9/14/2016

An Afghan refugee is using drones to save other refugees' lives, PRI, 9/14/2016

A top fashion school had an embarrassing number of plus-size mannequins until now, Revelist, 9/2/2016

Refugee who made it returns to Greece with drones to help stop drownings, Luxembourg Times, 8/24/2016

'Good Drones' Conducts Test Flights To Save Lesbos Refugees, Popular Science, 8/24/2016

Show Your #NewSchoolSpirit with Impact Conscious Swag from The New Store, New School News, 8/22/2016

The farm upstairs, Curbed, 8/16/2016

Fort McMurray-born New York musician seeks stories for her Tar Sands Song Book, Edmonton Journal, 8/1/2016

Route 280 project looks at downside of highway | Di Ionno, NJ.com, 7/31/2016

Police Killings and Race: Do the Numbers Tell the Whole Story? Live Science, 7/26/2016

Angela Luna, BFA Fashion ’16, Designs Solutions for Refugees, New School News, 7/19/2016

Love Durham? Then you need to come to Mindy Fullilove's talk about cities, Indy Week, 7/17/2016

No BackSpace: Civilian Complaint Review Board Staggers On, CityLimits.org, 7/15/2016

After a Voice Investigation, Newark Is Looking to Make the Port Authority Pay, The Village Voice, 7/12/2016

Advocates, Pols Assess City’s MWBE Program as Maya Wiley Departs, Observer, 7/12/2016

NYPD Watchdog Gets A New Handler, WNYC, 7/7/2016

CUOMO’s Bridgegate communications -- MAYA WILEY’s move -- SCHOOL AID jockeying, Politico, 7/05/2016

Hell on Wheels: Port Authority’s Broken Promise Is Choking Newark’s Kids, The Village Voice, 5/3/2016

Newark Community Group Feuds with Sierra Club over Cleanup of Passaic River, NJSpotlight, 3/7/2016

John L. Tishman, builder who shaped American skylines, dies at 90, CNBC, 2/7/2016

Parsons Celebrates ‘Emerging Voices’ in Design, New School News, 2/4/2016

Ana Baptista: “Children of Color Are the Most At-Risk Victims of Pollution”, Huffpost, 10/28/2014