Carolyn Konheim, a Brooklyn resident, has been at the forefront of environmental controversies since founding Citizens for Clean Air in the 60s. For years, she and her partner, Brian Ketcham, have provided pro bono technical services to community leaders on transportation and environmental matters (www.communityconsulting.org).
SEPT 2007 | Local
From beyond the grave, Meade Esposito, the capo di tutti capi in New York politics, haunts the backrooms in Albany and hearing rooms in New York where the fate of congestion pricing in the city is being debated. His influence threatens the future of the city’s subway and bus system—and in effect threatens the city’s economy in a global marketplace.