Discover which chefs around the US are making foods that are healthy and good for the environment and where you can go to get a taste.
The popularity of the green movement seems to be growing and with so many people becoming involved, new inventions are consistently being developed to promote sustainable living. Learn about the latest inventions from the past decade that are helping to promote green living.
Going green can also translate into saving the green, meaning not just the planet, but money too.
Food’s not just for eating. Discover other ways that food can be beneficial.
Treating people kindly, Terri co-owner Craig Cochran hopes, will encourage his meat-eating customers to have a better understanding of veganism and keep his customers coming back.
Arboretums offer a perfect escape from city life, a place for a picnic and a great place to learn about New York’s diverse tree species. Here are five urban forests in each of the five boroughs.
With the holidays right around the corner, here are some tips from the Haven’s Kitchen team to help make your festive meals a little brighter, fresher and environmentally friendly this holiday season.
Discover ways to reuse plastic items around your home that may also save you money and teach your children how to be resourceful.
Once the holiday season is over, learn how to dispose of your Christmas tree in the most eco-friendly way possible.
Learn how to become green without feeling overwhelmed. Starting small can make a big difference.
Learn what a bike share is, how it works and which cities are taking part in the program.
One of the best ways to cut down on our carbon footprint is to use mass transportation, which of course is much easier to do when cities offer convenient transit options. Find out which American cities have the best public mass transportation systems and how they have been recognized.
Many ordinary New Yorkers are working hard to make New York City and the world a greener place. Here are three unsung environmental heroes who are dedicating their lives to sustainable causes.
Tight on space and often located in the heart of busy urban blocks, many New York City school kids have little access to a backyard or green play areas in their schools. Here are four programs that are challenging city school kids to learn more about the natural world and get outdoors to learn and play.
For those seeking to learn more about nature or even start their own environmentally friendly enterprise, New York City offers a range of classes from how not to kill your houseplant to planning your own urban farm venture.