Timmy Broderick • February 17, 2023
A local New York City nonprofit is working to make the region a shellfish haven after decades of declining oyster populations
Delaney Dryfoos • September 1, 2022
The fragile estuary is also a vital food source for New Yorkers, including Asian Americans, suffering during the pandemic
Maiya Focht • August 19, 2022
The textile industry has largely left behind traditional methods of dyeing. Winona Quigley is working to change that
Maiya Focht • February 15, 2022
The mass-produced and over-consumed cycle of fast fashion has taken a serious environmental toll on the planet. But there are ways to fight back
Lauren Leffer • June 30, 2021
The U.S. is relaxing regulations on pesticide-spraying drones, and some experts believe their precision may help reduce overall chemical use.
Niko McCarty • April 9, 2021
Chloride pollution, caused largely by de-icing salts and water softeners, is increasing across the country. A small town in Minnesota is fed up.
Corryn Wetzel • March 6, 2020
Microbeads were shunned for their role in water pollution. Is everyone’s favorite sparkly stuff next?
Jonathan Moens • January 8, 2020
A new study takes aim at the environmental appeal of a booming form of transportation.
Dani Leviss • July 18, 2019
How one religious leader finds environmental roots in Islamic tradition
Marcus Banks • June 14, 2019
Despite perceptions that the Hudson is not fit for swimming, it is perfectly safe in many places
Chloe Williams • April 16, 2018
From face cream to fertilizers, all sorts of products are under development to make use of soaring jellyfish populations
Nell Durfee • October 9, 2017
As ice caps melt, microplastics are leaking into the water, for animals to eat
Nell Durfee • October 6, 2017
After Hurricane Harvey, factories nearby released unprecedented amounts of air emissions
Mark D. Kaufman • April 27, 2017
Global cooling forecasts from the 1970s don’t discredit today’s climate science
Meghan Bartels • March 28, 2016
New York City should put a price on single-use bags