Niceness Counts: Profile Of Craig Cochran, Vegan Business OwnerTreating 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.
Ways To Learn About Green Living In New York CityFor 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.
Ecotourism Spots In New YorkHere are five natural spots, accessible by public transportation, that offer a new way to explore New York’s five boroughs.
Green Landscaping In New York CityHome landscapers and gardeners can benefit from some of the best expertly developed practices currently being used to transform New York City’s public urban park spaces into environmentally friendly green oases.
Green Ways Of Getting Around In New YorkWith the largest electric bus fleet in the world and a number of carbon emission-saving options, finding a way to make your commute greener in New York City has never been easier.
How To Go Solar in New York CityMaking the switch to solar energy is a long-term investment and one that requires careful planning and research. Thankfully, a number of resources in New York City can help residents educate themselves on solar energy.
Sustainable Holiday Gifts In New YorkFrom ballet shoes to bike chain jewelry, sustainable gift giving has never been easier with many merchants and artists offering options to buy at their stores, online or at convenient holiday fairs throughout New York City.
Where To Buy Solar For Your Home In New YorkHome owners and apartment dwellers alike can do their part to help make New York City greener with solar panel projects ranging from full-roof installations to portable devices that can charge your portable electronics without plugging into the grid.
Community Gardens In New York CityAll around New York, over 600 community gardens, most cared for and tended by a dedicated group of volunteers, have transformed empty lots into urban oases that give residents of all ages an opportunity to try out their green thumbs, give back to their communities and help make New York City a little bit greener.
Top Five Green Buildings in New York CityIt is not hard to find a green building in New York City. The city boasts more than 519 million square feet of green building space and ranks number one among US cities in energy-efficient LEED certification.