Cayte Bosler

Cayte Bosler is a New York City based writer, editor, host, and producer who has contributed to the Atlantic, Fast Company, National Geographic, New York Observer, VICE, and more.

Frontier

WeWork Gave Over $1 Million to New York City Entrepreneurs for Social Good

The Creator Awards, which toured six cities before wrapping in New York in November, offers members and non-members the chance to compete for social impact project funding.
Cayte Bosler
12.5.17
Livable Planet

How This Startup Uses Data Analytics to Reduce Food Waste

1.3 billions tons of food is wasted each year, but this group has a plan for businesses to become sustainable and save money.
Cayte Bosler
10.31.17
Livable Planet

Here's How We Can Conserve Nearly Two Billion Tons of Food Thrown Away Annually

People generally waste too much food every day, but a global network of farmers, businesses and policymakers has a plan to change that.
Cayte Bosler
10.24.17
Rise Up

This Mobile Clinic Brings Sexual Health Care to Underserved Communities

Project Street Beat is a 30-year-old medical unit that reaches people that traditional healthcare services do not.
Cayte Bosler
10.13.17
Voices

Grassroots Organizing Changed the Way You Can Go Clubbing in New York City

The city created a Nightlife Advisory Board to re-characterize how the city liaises with establishments that are important both to culture and the economy.
Cayte Bosler
10.10.17
Voices

How YouTube Wants to Reward People to Create Videos About Social Good

Creators for Change, which premiered at the Tribeca's TV Festival, amplifies young YouTubers that are using their channels to front social change
Cayte Bosler
10.3.17
Frontier

National Initiative Builds Support Community for Aged-Out Foster Care Kids

One organization is fighting to connect former foster care youth with mentors and critical resources to prepare them for what comes next.
Cayte Bosler
8.24.17
Rise Up

This Non-Profit Is Changing the Stigma About New York's Homeless Population

The Coalition for the Homeless provides direct services to benefit the daily lives of New York's homeless population.
Cayte Bosler
8.3.17
Impact Water

New York City is Using Oysters to Protect the City From Future Hurricanes

After the destruction of Hurricane Sandy, the city found a natural solution to protect itself from future storms.
Cayte Bosler
7.12.17
Impact Climate

New Program Takes Kids on a Virtual Journey Outside the Classroom

Shifting education away from normal curriculum could prepare students to meet challenges on a global scale.
Cayte Bosler
7.6.17
Impact Water

This Program Conserves Marine Life So You Can Sustainably Devour Seafood

Dock to Dish gives you the real catch of the day, and it might just save the world's marine resources too.
Cayte Bosler
6.21.17