Green Map Project

The Elmer Holmes Bobst Library NYU
70 Washington Square South

Green Map Project

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Led by Andy Rutkowski, Reference Associate, Bobst Library

This project brings together NYU's Bobst Library and the Green Map System, a New York City-based international mapmaking organization that will help introduce the NYU community to a vibrant collection of diverse, locally-authored Green Maps and related tools via workshops, classes, and presentations. This project aims to create a "gateway" for shared knowledge about green places, environmental resources, and sustainable practices that provide the opportunity for practical, local, and replicable responses from students, faculty, and the community to our current global environmental crisis.

Spring 2009 events will include preliminary scanning of Green Maps from around the world, workshops with faculty and students to facilitate the use of green mapping resources, and launch of an NYU Green Map, using user input, during Earth Week.

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