♦ Sustainable Long Island and Adelphi University’s Vital Signs project announced today the release of the Long Island Food System Report Card; a joint progress report that details the state of the region’s current food system and provides recommendations to address the challenges ahead.
The report card is the first comprehensive assessment of Long Island’s […]
♦ The Albanese Organization breaks ground next week on the much-ballyhooed Wyandanch Rising project, a $500 million reboot of the historic Babylon Town hamlet that in the early 1950s offered the first – and at the time, only – interracial housing on Long Island.
♦ Along with project partners, Sustainable Long Island is excited to announce it is a part of one of the winning teams for NY Governor Andrew Cuomo’s New York State Community Reconstruction Zones (CRZ) program.
Sustainable LI was quoted in this past week’s Long Island Business News on a story about benchmarking initiatives helping companies measure improvements. Check it out below: