Weekly Web Wrap
August 13th, 2010

Ground Zero Mosque Would be Green
(The Daily Beast via greenbuildingsNYC)
Interactive Tool for Tracking MTA Capital Plan
(Second Avenue Sagas)
Community Gardens as Green Infrastructure
(SWIM Coalition)
Why the City Needed the Federal Fiscal Relief
(DMI Blog)
What to Expect from the New Sustainability Chief
Flexible Transit to Serve a Decentralized Workforce
State’s First Passive House Under Construction
Making Small Spaces Livable
New Work City Moves Into New Location
(Business Insider via NYConvergence)
PULP Still Without Funding
(PULP Blog)

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