About Elliot Stiller
I love to write. I am a journalist who writes for The Argonaut, a newspaper which covers the Westside of L.A., and I am managing Encounter, a think tank/networking organization.
Entries by Elliot Stiller
Resonance.is: delves into the dynamics of nature to deliver knowledge and technology holistically! Visit http://resonance.isResonance.is for more information.
Possibilities have rocketed due to big data, computation and crowd participation. Information, Science, and Society from Melanie Swan
Walking has become so basic in our lives we often forget it’s importance, and in some neighborhoods it is forgotten altogether: cars dominate the roads and couches trap us in their comfort. How can cities encourage their neighborhoods to make walkability a priority? Here’s how: a series of neighborhood walking tours led by local kids. This […]
GOOD ideas for cities “organizes creative teams across the country to solve their city’s most pressing challenges by connecting them with the civic leaders who can help put their ideas into action.” They’ve already hosted 10 of these events in three cities and at three schools! Here are some ideas that have sprung forth: — A […]
Climate and energy, ecological agriculture and human rights: these are the three program areas of the 11th Hour, a foundation which “works to achieve systemic change — setting health as the ultimate measure of our success.” They have a vision of “a healthy, vibrant society that values functioning ecosystems, active civic engagement and equity for […]
Part magazine, part marketplace, Urbanful is about people, organizations, and businesses making our communities unique.
Solar panels instead of leaves and attached to a brown metal trunk, the etree powers an unlocked wi-fi connection, supports electric and USB outlets, and chills drinking water.
The Green Production Guide aims to take all media green one set at a time, and features 2,000 companies that provide sustainable and energy saving products and services for film, television and commercial productions. The myth that it costs more to “go green” on set plagues film and television production. This link shows how pro-environmental […]
greenpublicart.com: A Los Angeles-based consultancy which advances the conversation of public art’s role in green buildings.