Category Archives: Parks

Big Sur

Edit Edit date and time February 14, 2018

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A tour of the Monterey Aquarium

February 15, 2018- Filmed, Edited by Steven E. Greer.

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A day at the beach: Jupiter Island

June 16, 2019

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What I Did for Summer 2018

October 14, 2018- by Steven E. Greer

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Images from the Swedish Midsummer Festival 2016

June 24, 2016

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BPCA composting program uses misguided “science” to support efforts

June 21, 2019- by Steven E. Greer The Broadsheet advertising flier, which is funded by government agencies, such as the BPCA, and

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NY Post covers BatteryPark.TV story about the FEMA investigation into BPCA

November 10, 2013- The NY Post picked up our story about the odd decision by the BPCA to remove sandbags and intentionally allow pier A to flood

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Is it legal for the BPCA to “deputize” a private security guard to make arrests?

January 22, 2018- by Steven E. Greer At the January CB1 meeting, BPCA spokesperson Nick Sbordone announced that the BPCA planned to

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World’s largest Ferris wheel that was supposed to come to Staten Island now scrapped

Update December 8, 2018- We missed this in October when it was announced but this project is now scrapped, literally.

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The medical consequences of ferry boat diesel exhaust pollution to children’s lungs

Update November 12, 2018- Netflix has a series called Dirty Money. Episode 1 was about the Volkswagen diesel engine emissions scandal where the company rigged their engines to

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Essay: Sheer negligence allowed terrorist truck attack on Lower Manhattan

Update January 29, 2018- I told you so. We Inform. Victims of the Halloween ISIS attack are suing the city for negligence.

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A Tour of the Battery Conservancy

June 21, 2011- Battery Conservancy

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Don’t F with Greer

August 9, 2017- by Steven E. Greer, MD As viewers know, I have been the lead gardener in the public garden space on Albany Street.

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The Urban Farm

Warrie Price, President and Founder of the Battery Conservancy, gives Liz Conner a tour of the new Urban Farm growing vegetables

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Scott Stringer opposes fracking in Upstate NY

Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer discusses his “Kill the Drill” campaign to not allow near New York City’s source of water in Upstate NY a water-polluting method of drilling natural gas called hydro-fracture drilling.

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No doubt about it. That’s a farmer’s market.

August 4, 2011 By Steven Greer, MD In what could be the freshest vegetables and fruits in all of Manhattan, and the most verifiably organic farmer’s

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A piece of Ireland in BPC, literally

James Gill, Chairman of the Battery Park City Authority, gives a tour of the Irish Hunger Memorial

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Go Fish

Liz Conner interviews the founders of the Go Fish program along the esplanade discuss how the program raises

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Is a real performing arts company coming to Battery Park?!

October 31, 2014- By Steven E. Greer One of the hidden agendas of BatteryPark.TV has been to recruit performing arts to Downtown. Right now, all of the cool stuff,

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CB1 meeting discusses New York Waterway air pollution

September 6, 2011 By Steven Greer, MD BatteryPark.TV was invited by CB1 BPC Chairwoman Linda Belfer to present the video of the New York Waterway ferry boat pollution and discuss the results of our investigation to date. During the meeting, … Continue reading

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