"We're living in an era of re-urbanization," said Catherine Nagel, executive director of the City Parks Alliance, which is sponsoring the [Greater & Greener] conference in New York. And the increased population density means that "we need green space," she said.Let's hope the New York City Council will vote to preserve the green open space in Greenwich Village! Bruni's complete editorial is available at http://www.nytimes.com/2012/07/15/opinion/sunday/bruni-in-urban-parks-our-newly-lush-life.html.
Monday, July 16, 2012
Save Our Historic Lush Life
From a NY Times op-ed by Frank Bruni about the dramatic rise in green space in NYC published on July 14th:
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