What is circularity? Circularity is a potent strategy that reduces emissions and waste while building local jobs and community resilience. From community compost to school uniform swaps to local repair shops to artists and designers using reclaimed materials, circularity is all around us, led by everyday New Yorkers working to
Join us this year where university-level sustainability students and world-class advisors are partnering to develop and implement circular strategies for local businesses and New York City agencies. These strategies can be focused on mitigating waste, finding operational efficiencies, and boosting growth. The #MakeItCircular Hackathon is part of Circularity Day NYC,
Let’s celebrate our local circularity champions! Barnard College is teaming up with Manhattan Borough President Mark Levine, and the Columbia Climate School to host a city-wide celebration of the powerful sustainability practice known as circularity. Circularity Means: We Share, We Reuse, We Repair, and We Build a More Sustainable, Equitable,
The St. Mary’s Stop and Swap on Saturday, February 11th was a success! Morningside Heights and West Harlem is home to leading environmental organizations and thought leaders and so many neighbors who are moving us toward a greener future. Stop and Swap shoppers browse clothing, books, kitchen items, and
Nominations – LINK Circularity Champions are outstanding leaders across many sectors of New York City: artists, small business leaders, community organizations, and schools. These Circularity Champions will be invited to a celebration on March 10, 2023 at Barnard College with Manhattan Borough President Mark Levine where they will have the
Circular Morningside Circular Morningside Today: An exciting initiative of committed nonprofit who are together, exploring one of the most promising solutions to address climate change locally. Why Circular? Circularity is a system that describes a new type of economy; and, an economic system that is regenerative. The building blocks of
Barnard is building a “circular campus”: a holistic, systems-based framework designed to reduce emissions, waste, and costs, transform consumption patterns on campus, increase access and affordability for students, and support the transition to a just, sustainable economy. In collaboration with multiple partners Barnard has created a Circular Campus framework with five
Circular – Community is in its start-up phase. Participants are limited to affiliates of Morningside Area Alliance at this time. List your items for reuse. And, explore the listings to find the things you need! Complete the form below to get started!
Founded in 2016, Rheaply, Inc. is a Chicago-based technology company focused on solutions for making organizations more efficient, sustainable, and connected. Rheaply has developed and launched the only exchange technology for professionals and organizations to share their ideas and surplus resources with colleagues to reduce time, costs, as well as environmental waste. On Rheaply’s Asset Exchange Manager (AxM), users from all departments can access resources and expertise from colleagues in the same organization or beyond. Recently, Rheaply has been featured
Morningside Area Alliance is a membership association of the the world’s leading academic and spiritual organizations based in the Morningside Heights area of New York City. Its member institutions include: Barnard College, Cathedral of St. John the Divine, Columbia University, Corpus Christi Church, The Interchurch Center, International House, Jewish Theological Seminary, Manhattan School of Music, The Riverside Church, St. Hilda’s & St. Hugh’s, Mt. Sinai Morningside, Teachers College, Ulysses S. Grant Houses, and Union Theological Seminary.
Learn more > https://barnard.edu/sustainability-climate-action