The old Tappan Zee Bridge is being sent to “bridge heaven,” according to Governor Cuomo — “bridge heaven” meaning underwater off the coast of Long Island, where it will become part of the largest artificial reef expansion in state history.…
Kingston residents eagerly awaiting the possibility of citywide compost will have to be patient. Officials stated last week that the Kingston Organic Waste Management Plan is underway but will likely take two years to realize.
If you heard a strange buzzing emanating from Bryant Park this weekend, it was probably the 3 million Italian honeybees riding in the back of a truck driven by Andrew Coté, founder of the New York City Beekeepers Association.
New Yorkers are throwing away less stuff than they were 12 years ago even though the city’s population has grown, according to the city’s latest Waste Characterization Survey published last week. Last year, DSNY collected 3.1 million tons of residential material; 2.5 million…
In close consultation with the Parks Department, The Natural Areas Conservancy has developed a long-term plan for the care of the city’s forests. It is the first citywide vision for what the organization calls a “critical piece of infrastructure” in…
Seneca Nation leaders and environmentalists hailed a decision Monday by a municipal board in Pennsylvania as a victory for the Allegheny River watershed and its residents.
The city says Staten Island’s deer vasectomy program is working and has resulted in an 8 percent drop in the borough’s deer population.
The Trump Administration has been notably unenthusiastic about offshore wind, proposing instead offshore drilling up and down the East Coast, including off the coast of the Tri-State Region.
A new study in the Journal of Environmental Quality shows that road salt applied during the winter can seep into groundwater and pollute drinking water supplies.
Reel Point, a thin peninsula on the east side of Shelter Island, is in desperate need of a multi-million dollar stabilization plan, according to town officials.