New York City is finally going after its worst greenhouse-gas emitters: big buildings. In legislation approved by an overwhelming majority of the city council on Thursday, owners of building over 25,000 square feet will be required to meet increasingly-stringent emissions targets that will be phased in beginning 2024. The bill has been touted by its […]
New Yorkers have been complaining they slip and slide on dog-poop all too often. But, does New York have a canine waste problem?
The upgrade will feature new equipment, bathrooms, benches and greenery.
The Coalition to Defend Corona (CDC) performs weekly cleanups and hosts meetings for local organizers.
A pop-up event in Chelsea was a small part of a big Earth Day 2017, driven by fears of climate change and politicians who deny it
By Allison Lau and Katryna Perera Nestled between Manhattan and Queens is a small island that has been receiving more attention than usual–Roosevelt Island. To be precise, the island’s school–P.S./I.S. 217. It’s been in the headlines with reports of water laced with lead at the levels seen in Flint, Mich. Specifically, the New York Department of Water […]
How one Brooklyn warehouse is helping the environment by turning E-Waste into art
More green in the agricultural technology means more greens for New York.
A teacher shows how working with nature can help bring sustainable solutions in New York City