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 covers environment, health, and data. She’s written for the Village Voice, Mother Jones, Brooklyn Magazine, The L Magazine, and has contributed to NPR.
- These Tweeting Garbage Cans Want To Take Over The World
- Scientists Find That Martian Soil Is Actually Pretty Good For Growing Stuff
- Feeling Unsatisfied? Get Thee To A Library And Feel Like You Got A Raise
- These Canadians Invented A Chin Strap That Generates Energy When You Chew
- Russian Indiegogo Project Wants To Use A Blimp To Harvest Energy From Clouds
- Patagonia Is Closing Its New York City Stores For The People's Climate March
- Is Income Inequality Destroying Trust In Our Society?
- High-Speed Gondolas Could Take New York's Transportation To The Sky
- How “Soft” Architecture Could Change Lopsided Gender Dynamics
- Almost Every Way Of Getting To Work Besides Driving Is Better For Your Mental Health
- This App "Floods" Climate-Deniers' Social Media Feeds With Science
- Track The Life Cycle Of A T-Shirt (Specifically, A Sweet Willie Nelson Concert T-Shirt)
- Please, Create An App That Stops You From Texting While You're Driving
- These Quirky Interactive Objects Help Loved Ones Stay in “Touch”
- A Device That Sniffs Out The Smell Of Money Could Stop Drug Smugglers In Their Tracks