by Mariel Villeré, Freshkills Park • June 22nd, 2016
Five photographers return to the site of the Freshkills Park Project to document the transformation of landfill into landscape.
The chemist who monitors gas and liquids produced by the world's largest landfill touts the benefits of harvesting environmental hazards and the monitoring system with aviation roots that gives him eyes across thousands of acres.
by Mariel Villeré, Freshkills Park • November 10th, 2015
In the second installment of a series of photo essays documenting a Staten Island landfill's transformation into parkland, four photographers visit Freshkills' largest mound for an up-close look at the landfill capping process.
by Jonathan Tarleton, Emily Schmidt, Eric Petersen, Wyatt Cmar and Ian Veidenheimer • September 30th, 2015
Five writers tag along as scientists assess bat, insect, dragonfly, moss, and other plant populations during a 24-hour biological survey of Staten Island's Freshkills Park.
The Omnibus Roundup – Mayors, Houses, Pipelines, Parks and Neon, plus Generative Land Art and Joseph Mitchell’s Harbor
by Urban Omnibus • June 15th, 2012
IF MAYORS RULED THE WORLD In Jihad vs McWorld, an influential and prescient article (1992) and book (1995), political theorist...