Climate protesters caused a pair of interruptions totaling 22 minutes during the opening night of a revival of Wagner’s “Tannhäuser" at the Metropolitan Opera.
The city's budget cuts could see at least four community composting programs and 115 jobs be eliminated.
In the U.S., there are more than 9 million lead pipes still in the ground, which are typically the biggest source of lead in drinking water. Lead is particularly dangerous to young children.
The first commercial airliner to cross the Atlantic on a purely high-fat, low-emissions fuel flew Tuesday from London to New York in a step toward achieving what supporters called “jet zero."
This year alone, one stretch of Florida's Gulf Coast where 75 turtle nests had been counted, were wiped out by the surge from Hurricane Idalia in August.
The map is updated for the first time in over 10 years and helps growers and gardeners determine which plants can thrive in certain weather conditions at locations in the U.S.
After four years of rising destruction in Brazil’s Amazon, deforestation dropped by 33.6% during the first six months of President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva’s term, according to government satellite data.
The National Climate Assessment, which comes out every four to five years, was released Tuesday with details that bring climate change's impacts down to a local level.
A new report finds that burning gasoline, coal, and natural gas and other human activities are to blame for the unnatural warming.
This October was the hottest on record globally.
Researchers have a new working theory as to what killed the dinosaurs after studying sediment layers in North Dakota.
Battery Park's Operation Pumpkin Drop has drop-off locations to repurpose Halloween pumpkins for compost.
A pair of recent reports from the Environmental Protection Agency put striking numbers on America's problem with food waste.
In a little more than five years – sometime in early 2029 – the world will likely be unable to stay below the internationally agreed temperature limit for global warming if it continues to burn fossil fuels at its current rate.
The bill proposes expanding no-smoking zones to any NYC sidewalk that abuts a park or playground.
New York will invest in three offshore wind projects as the state tries to meet its ambitious timetable to transition to renewable energy sources.
Before you break out the rake and plastic bags to rid your yard of fallen leaves, experts hope you’ll consider leaving them on the ground instead.
According to the Mayor's office the space will offer views of the hills, waterways, and plenty of areas designated to birdwatching. There will also be parking and waterless restrooms.
Bakeries, which typically offer "surprise" bags filled with the day’s leftover pastries and breads, have been among the more popular choices for app users.
Nine types of microplastics were found in cloud water samples taken from the summits of Mount Fuji and Mount Oyama.