Reduce, Reuse, Rethink: The Future of Waste in NYC
How can the city reconceive waste as a resource and convert it to energy or compost? What are the barriers? Join us for a conversation about how we can rethink the concept of "waste" and its impact on New York's diverse neighborhoods and communities with Tatiana Schlossberg, contributing writer for Bloomberg View.
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This is the fourth program in our new series, New York's Future in a Changing Climate, which explores the challenges and opportunities presented in the Museum's Future City Lab, the interactive third gallery in the New York at Its Core exhibition. To view all of the programs in the series, click here.
About the Speaker:
Tatiana Schlossberg is a writer currently contributing to Bloomberg View and authoring a book on consumption and waste. Previously, she reported for The New York Times on the Metro desk and the Science and Climate desk. Much of her work is on the topics of climate change and the environment. She earned an undergraduate degree in history from Yale University and a master’s degree from Oxford University. She grew up and currently resides in New York City.
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