A local New York City nonprofit is working to make the region a shellfish haven after decades of declining oyster populations
The fragile estuary is also a vital food source for New Yorkers, including Asian Americans, suffering during the pandemic
The textile industry has largely left behind traditional methods of dyeing. Winona Quigley is working to change that
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
The U.S. is relaxing regulations on pesticide-spraying drones, and some experts believe their precision may help reduce overall chemical use.
Chloride pollution, caused largely by de-icing salts and water softeners, is increasing across the country. A small town in Minnesota is fed up.
Microbeads were shunned for their role in water pollution. Is everyone’s favorite sparkly stuff next?
A new study takes aim at the environmental appeal of a booming form of transportation.
How one religious leader finds environmental roots in Islamic tradition
Despite perceptions that the Hudson is not fit for swimming, it is perfectly safe in many places
From face cream to fertilizers, all sorts of products are under development to make use of soaring jellyfish populations
As ice caps melt, microplastics are leaking into the water, for animals to eat
After Hurricane Harvey, factories nearby released unprecedented amounts of air emissions
Global cooling forecasts from the 1970s don’t discredit today’s climate science
New York City should put a price on single-use bags
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