What Does It Mean To Live In My Own Place?

Making Policy Public

What Does It Mean To Live In My Own Place?

What Up With DAT?

Technical Assistance

What Up With DAT?

Draw the line!

Technical Assistance

Draw the line!

Figuring Out Health Insurance

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Figuring Out Health Insurance

Fast-Tracked

Urban Investigations

Fast-Tracked

Weathering the Storm

Technical Assistance

Weathering the Storm
    • Monday, June 25, 2012, 6:45pm
    • Anthology Film Archives
      32 2nd Avenue (at 2nd St)
      New York, NY
      F to 2nd Avenue

“Power Trip” Debut Presentation

"Power Trip" Debut Presentation

Where does NYC's electricity come from? People were buzzing about the debut public presentation of Power Trip, CUP's Urban Investigation about New York City's electricity infrastructure. To get to the power source, CUP, teaching artist Samantha Contis, and NYC public high school students interviewed energy experts, toured power plants, and peered down manholes. We created a booklet and poster that helps to break down the energy supply chain.

On June 25, 2012 at 6:45 pm at Anthology Film Archives there was a screening of a selection from the groundbreaking documentary Harlan County, USA; a presentation of the students' whirlwind investigative tour; and a panel discussion with energy luminaries moderated by students. The panel asked "Who is responsible for how much energy we use?" and featured Howard Slatkin, the Department of City Planning's Director of Sustainability, Anthony Giancatarino from the Center for Social Inclusion, and Margarett Jolly, Con Edison's Distributed Generation Ombudswoman.

Valeria Mogilevich and Hubert Goncarz in conversation with Anthony Giancatarino from the Center for Social Inclusion, Margarett Jolly, Con Edison’s Distributed Generation Ombudswoman, and Howard Slatkin, the Department of City Planning’s Director of Sustainability. The panel asked “Who is responsible for how much energy we use?”
Valeria Mogilevich and Hubert Goncarz in conversation with Anthony Giancatarino from the Center for Social Inclusion, Margarett Jolly, Con Edison’s Distributed Generation Ombudswoman, and Howard Slatkin, the Department of City Planning’s Director of Sustainability. The panel asked “Who is responsible for how much energy we use?”
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This project is made possible by the Greening Western Queens Fund of North Star Fund.

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