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An alternative to parks that gentrify

An alternative to parks that gentrify

A “just green enough” approach in Brooklyn aims for a balance between sustainability and equity

By | Posted September 26, 2016

Read between the pines

Read between the pines

What trees can tell us about nuclear disaster

By | Posted September 24, 2016

Fenced in, fenced out

Fenced in, fenced out

The largest stand of American elms is just out of reach in the heart of the city

By | Posted September 19, 2016

Welcome to |para|

Welcome to |para|

A letter from the editors

By | Posted September 6, 2016

The mathematics of wheelchair basketball

The mathematics of wheelchair basketball

Players and coaches maneuver a numerical classification system in this Paralympic sport

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New York rowers look to the Paralympics

New York rowers look to the Paralympics

With adapted equipment, physically impaired athletes get out on the water

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The city limits of the Paralympics

The city limits of the Paralympics

Navigating the host city remains challenging after Games

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A new ideal

A new ideal

Paralympic wheelchair basketball players set their own standards

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The technology behind the Paralympic Games

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A four-legged two-step

A four-legged two-step

Para-equestrian dressage rider Eleanor Brimmer shows success comes from grace, style, and a great partner

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