|City Atlas' first "Atlas Beat," a weekly map featuring our top-pick of postings on the site.|
For the last year I have been working on a project called City Atlas, a user's guide to all things sustainable in New York City. This endeavor is the closest thing to having spawned a child that I have experienced thus far. It was certainly a labor of love. And it just launched yesterday!
City Atlas offers a daily feed of ideas, events, and tips to enjoy in a sustainable city. Interactive maps trace the city's changing present and possible future, while content throughout the site features news bits, choice nuggets of information and wisdom, and interviews with experts, thinkers, and ordinary New Yorkers. The site gives everyday people like you and me tools for climate change mitigation and access to some good old-fashioned fun in and around New York City.
Here are a few simple ways you can be part of the work we do:
- Like us on Facebook.
- Visit the site and find 1 entry (just 1!) that interests you and please leave a comment. Feel free to post comments to your own relevant stuff. (like, beer blogging for example)
- Follow us on Twitter if you do that. And tell all your friends on Twitter that they should follow us.