Decarbonizing the Built Environment

Excerpts from an interview with Jim D’Aloisio on August 12, 2022 By Tona Rodriguez-Nikl   Jim D’Aloisio is a structural engineer dedicated to reducing greenhouse gas emissions from building materials and to the heat losses during building operation. In our … More →

What Could a Worker-Focused Just Transition Look Like?

A conversation with Megan, James, & Clarke — current and former workers in the oil industry — on the need to build a more ecologically sustainable economy. This conversation was recorded on September 15, 2022. By Maximillian Alvarez     … More →

On Creativity and Rest

Excerpts from an interview with Tracy Assing & Gesiye Souza-Okpofabri on July 25th 2022 By Rheanna Chen     Tracy Assing and Gesiye Souza-Okpofabri are multidisciplinary artists and a couple currently at Ajoupa Gardens, a 4.5 acre estate in Freeport, … More →

To a Super, with Love

Excerpts from an interview with Minireh K. on August 3rd, 2022 By Leila Behjat and Sam Bennett     Minireh K. has been taking care of a 56-unit building in NYC’s Washington Heights for the past 18 years. Without doubt, … More →

“Fight against the bullies”

A conversation with David Whiteside of Tennessee River Keeper about the fight for clean water in the Deep South. This conversation was recorded on August 29, 2022.  By Maximillian Alvarez     David Whiteside is the founder and executive director … More →

On Building a Tiny Home

Excerpts from an interview with Maleah Rahaman-Noronha and Ken Mora on July 16th, 2022 By Rheanna Chen     Maleah and Ken are a young couple building a tiny home on a 33 acre estate in Freeport, Central Trinidad. Both … More →