Author Archives: Charlie Hoxie

About Charlie Hoxie

Charlie Hoxie is an independent multimedia journalist and Master of Arts candidate at New York University’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute (expected December 2010). Before coming to NYU, Charlie worked on several documentary productions for public television and theatrical release, including African American Lives 2 by Kunhardt Productions, the Emmy Award-winning series The Mysterious Human Heart by David Grubin, and several films by Alex Gibney, including Gonzo: The Life and Work of Hunter S. Thompson and the Academy-Award winning Taxi to the Dark Side. His work has been broadcast on NYCTV and will soon be featured on The Local: East Village, a news site published by the New York Times. He holds a B.A. in geology from Amherst College and covers topics related to science and the environment.

Black & White of Green Building

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We evaluate cars based on how much energy they use. Why don’t we do the same for buildings? One East Village energy consultant’s mission to save the planet. By: Charlie Hoxie

Census 2010: Counting Same-Sex Marriages

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In this year’s census, the U.S. government has decided to count citizens proclaiming to be in same-sex marriages as such, instead of discounting the data as in previous years. Some see this as a strong step towards equality, while others find such data irrelevant.