Sydney Brownstone is a New York-based staff writer at Co.Exist. She lives in a Brooklyn apartment with windows that don’t quite open, and is interested in systemic abuse of public space and the commons. She’s written for the Village Voice, Mother Jones, Brooklyn Magazine, The L Magazine, and has contributed to NPR.
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- Listen To Voices From The Future Describe What Climate Change Will Feel Like
- With Google's Help, NYC's Floating River Pool Will Tell Us How Much Poop Is In The Water
- This Collage Of NYPD's Photos Of Muslim Businesses Exposes The Banality Of Surveillance
- Most Americans Do Not Want Google-ish Glasses, Drones, Or Lab-Grown Meat
- The Quest To Document The World's Oldest Living Things In Striking Photos
- A Solar Farm That Doubles As A Tequila Plant Operation
- Watch America's Weird Weather Get Hotter Over 50 Years
- The 10 Most Polluted States For People Of Color
- NYC Bike Share Riders Are Overwhelmingly 30-Something Dudes, But The Gap Is Narrowing
- This Robot Prints Pie Charts Showing The Workplace Gender Gap--On Actual Pies
- Can H&M Pave The Way To Fair Wages For Garment Factory Workers?
- Incredible Photos Of Fukushima's Post-Apocalyptic Abandoned Landscape--Taken By Drone
- Could Saliva Be The Next Great Renewable Resource?