Urban planner and citizen-scientist Eymund Diegel has used kites, helium-filled balloons, and inexpensive cameras for the aerial photography that has helped him chart the environmental history of the land and the people of his neighborhood along the Brooklyn waterfront.
Diegel is a board member of the Public Laboratory for Open Technology and Science (Public Lab), a loosely organized community that practices “civic science.” He will speak about some of his discoveries, the tools that were employed to make them, and the way these discoveries can be used to improve the environmental conditions of his Gowanus neighborhood.
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Where: CityTech (CUNY), 300 Jay Street, Brooklyn, NY. Room Atrium 632 When: 8:30am - 10:00am, Friday, February 27, 2015 Support provided by Title V: A Living Laboratory
Also save the date of Friday, March 27, 2015 for our 2015 Conference on Spaces and Places: Art on the Brooklyn Waterfront.
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