A massive march for climate change was set to roll into Midtown and the Upper West Side on Sunday, and commuters will have to be ready for bumper-to-bumper delays.
The New York City Council on Friday proposed a package of bills intended to battle climate change by slashing greenhouse emissions, shrinking the carbon footprint of city operations, and cutting the number of cars on the road.
Preparations for this weekend’s People’s Climate March have reached a fever pitch.
Global warming is rapidly turning America the beautiful into America the stormy, sneezy and dangerous, according to a new federal scientific report. And those shining seas? Rising and costly, the report says.
According to the head of the UN panel, the world needs to cut pollution from heat-trapping gases, or the already-noticeable harms from global warming could spiral “out of control.”
The U.N. chief said he was counting on Bloomberg’s “dedicated and visionary leadership” to help countries around the world address the climate change phenomenon.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg joined federal officials Monday to announce plans for a new research center focusing on the ecosystem around Jamaica Bay.
As part of the plan, removable flood walls would be set up for much of lower Manhattan as well as a 15-to-20-foot levee to guard part of Staten Island and a system of gates and levees to protect a Brooklyn creek.
Governor Andrew Cuomo has offered some New York residents who were affected by Sandy money to relocate.
A summit of city mayors will convene in February of next year in Johannesburg, to discuss ways to fight global climate change.
Spring begins a week from tomorrow, which means allergy season is fast approaching.
In this age when we are struggling with climate change and other environmental issues, people are looking for products that are eco-friendly.
There is a new phenomenon occurring, and climate change is suspected to be behind it, reported WCBS 880’s Jim Smith.
The next time you go to see the dinosaurs at the American Museum of Natural History, just be glad you can’t smell ‘em. A new study suggests that dinosaurs may have helped keep an already overheated world warmer with their flatulence and burps 200 million years ago.
Though the day got off to a bit of a damp start, it sure wasn’t a chilly one.