Photo by Unforth
The marshes of Jamaica Bay have been shrinking for decades, essentially vanishing into New York's toxic waters.
The largest urban wildlife preserve in the United States sits adjacent to
Photo (cc) 2010
Adam E. Moreira
Passengers going to Philadelphia board a budget bus in Chinatown.
Around the clock, in the shadow of the Manhattan Bridge, crowds fill the narrow Chinatown sidewalks waiting
Photo (cc) 2010 Shellysblogger
Some of New York's most prominent buildings, such as the Dakota on Central Park West, burn highly polluting heating oil.
The American Lung Association's annual State of the
In a nondescript basement office on Essex Street, sandwiched between a check-cashing place and a video store, three business partners nurture their fledgling solar panel company, poised hopefully on the