• Color the Census with CUER

    Join Mayah and Bina as they learn about the Census in CUER’s new coloring book We All Count. This project is part of the Environmental Justice Chronicles, CUER’s ongoing collaboration with artist Charlie LaGreca. Also, be…

  • CUER Debuts New Mayah’s Lot Comic to Activate Census Advocacy

    As part of its Maya’s Lot series, CUER’s latest work with artist Charlie Lagreca takes readers inside why the Census process is integral to our rights – and dispels misconceptions around whether participation in the Census puts data or undocumented people at risk (it doesn’t!).

  • CUER Goes Inside FOIA for Environmental Justice with Conference and Comic

    In Fall 2018, the Center for Urban Environmental Reform co-hosted a day-long conference titled Separating Facts from Fake News: Environmental FOIA in the Trump Era. The conference featured panels of environmental journalists and environmental law and…

  • Read Book 2 in the Environmental Justice Chronicles: Bina’s Plant

    The Center for Urban Environmental Reform is proud to announce the release of Bina’s Plant, the second book in the Environmental Justice Chronicles. Bina’s Plant again features the unstoppable sisters Mayah and Bina as they advocate…

  • CUER and CUNY Students object as Port Authority reneges on Clean Truck Plan

    CUER filed official comments raising  serious objections to the Port Authority’s plan to abandon its Clean Truck Plan, the ambitious plan that would have dramatically reduced air pollution across the region. CUER alleged: “the Port Authority’s…