Bloomberg’s Unveiling of Change By US NYC Featured on Huffington Post!… http://fb.me/xO1JTWVJ
Change By Us NYC Networking Platform Featured on Streetsblog, July 2011
New York’s new online platform, Change By Us, is meant to support local activism across the city. The site gives New Yorkers a forum to submit ideas for how to improve the city and organize themselves into groups that can push to implement those ideas. The key feature of the platform is that it algorithmically matches individuals and ideas with like-minded people nearby. To read more about how the site works, click here.
Change by Us launches in NYC today!
Local Projects is pleased to announce Change by Us, a civic engagement platform that lets residents organize projects together, which launched today NYC. Check it out at changeby.us/nyc.
Using both text messaging and the site itself, New Yorkers can submit ideas for a more sustainable city. Based on those ideas, the site connects visitors and invites them into project groups. Project groups connect to existing city resources and community organizations to help them achieve their goals. (more…)
Bloomberg’s Unveiling of Change By US NYC Featured on Huffington Post, July 2011
This morning Mayor Michael Bloomberg unveiled Change By Us NYC in a ceremony at the Church of St. Luke and St. Matthew in Brooklyn, that allows New Yorkers to share policy initiatives and ideas to make the city a better place. For more information about the site and the unveiling, click here.
Change By Us Featured on The New York Times, July 2011
Change by Us NYC was launched on Thursday, July 7th, 2011. Click here to read more about the platform that solicits ideas on how to make the city more environmentally sound and allows users to connect with city agencies, community groups and programs that work on sustainability issues.
Change by Us on Streetsblog! http://fb.me/uHISFotw
The New York Times Discusses Change By US NYC, July 2011
Change by Us is designed to let participants start meet-up groups, raise money and work with community-based organizations and city agencies. The initial focus of these projects is to make a more environmentally sustainable city. Click here to read more about how the site allows visitors to browse proposed projects, resources and ideas, or start their own.
Change By US NYC Launch Featured on Silive.com, July 2011
Regarding Change by Us, Deputy Mayor for Operations Stephen Goldsmith said, “New Yorkers have long been active in greening our city and improving our quality of life, and thanks to this new website, volunteers, professionals, and city agencies will have the opportunity to collaborate on issues like sustainability like never before.” To read the full article, click here.
Change By Us NYC Launch Featured on GOOD, July 2011
Click here to see Change By Us NYC featured on GOOD.