The August Complex fire is the largest in the state's history and has burned more than one million acres.

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Northern California Wildfire Dubbed A 'Gigafire'The August Complex fire is the largest in the state's history and has burned more than one million acres.
Nonprofit Group 'Save The Sound' Giving Water Quality Report Cards To Bays Along Long Island SoundA new study out of Long Island Sound grades dozens of bays in New York and Connecticut based on water quality. CBS2's Kiran Dhillon reports.
Some Long Islanders Going Native, Replacing Lawns With Plants In Effort To Attract Wildlife And Cut Maintenance CostsThe suburban landscape is looking a little different in parts of Long Island. CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Old Rail Cars Find New Life As Artificial Reef Off Long IslandNew York is expanding its artificial reef program, but instead of using subway cars like we’ve seen in the past, rail cars are being dropped in. CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis reports.
NYC Launches New Initiative To Clean Up Parks, StreetsTrash has been piling up on city streets and in parks during the pandemic. Now Mayor Bill de Blasio has launched a new initiative aimed at keeping the city clean. CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
Concern About Water Supply On Long IslandSuffolk County is telling residents to stop watering their lawns during early morning hours amid near-record usage levels.
Environmentalists Outraged Over Proposals To Take Away Funds In Suffolk CountyWith our local governments suffering because of the pandemic lockdowns, one local county has a solution, but it's got environmentalists outraged; CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Coronavirus Update: Gloves, Masks Causing Litter Concerns In NYCPeople all over our area are using masks and gloves in hopes of flattening the coronavirus curve, but as the world celebrates Earth Day, many are concerned about those items littering our streets; CBS2's Charlie Cooper reports.
CBS News: Earth Day 1970 FlashbackWatch CBS News coverage of the very first Earth Day in New York City and across America, then check out our tips for celebrating today shut in your own home:
How To Celebrate Earth Day's 50th Anniversary Amid Coronavirus PandemicWednesday marks the 50th anniversary of Earth Day. Despite the current need to stay home, there are still many ways you can make the world a better place; CBS2's Vanessa Murdock reports.
Could The Coronavirus Pandemic Leave A Lasting Impact On The Environment?Staying home during the coronavirus pandemic is creating big changes in our everyday lives, but could this new normal have a lasting impact on the air we breathe or climate change? CBS2's Vanessa Murdock reports.
New Yorkers Adjusting To First Day Of Plastic Bag BanGrocery shoppers are being reminded to bring their reusable bags or expect to pay for paper bags at the checkout. CBS2's Nick Caloway reports.
New York's Plastic Bag Ban Starts On SundayThe state's ban on plastic bags goes into effect on Sunday, but in New York City, not everyone is ready. CBS2's John Dias reports.
Mayor Bill De Blasio, Billy Idol Unveil Anti-Idling CampaignRocker Billy Idol was on hand as Mayor Bill de Blasio unveiled the "Billy Never Idles" anti-idling program.
Search Continues For Duck Seen With Plastic Around Its Beak In Central ParkA large duck, known as a “common merganser,” was photographed with a plastic ring around its neck and lower beak, which prevents it from eating. CBS2's Scott Rapoport reports.
NYC Comptroller Takes Aim At Cruise Ship PollutionMore than a million passengers flock to New York City to board cruises from Manhattan and Brooklyn to other locations around the world. CBS2's Vanessa Murdock reports.
NYC Comptroller Stringer Worried About Pollution From Cruise ShipsMore than a million passengers flock to New York City to board cruises from Manhattan and Brooklyn to other locations around the world, but New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer says there is a serious health cost.
New Sack Available After Single-Use Plastic Bags Banned On March 1Department of Sanitation Commissioner Kathryn Garcia shows CBSN New York Dana Tyler the new reusable bag meant to replace single-use plastic bags in New York City and elsewhere around the state starting on March 1.
NYC Plastic Bag Ban Generating Frustration From Customers, Store OwnersChecking out at stores across New York could soon cost you more money. The state's plastic bag ban goes into effect March 1; CBS2's John Dias reports.
Supermarket Workers, Bodega Owners And More Plan Protest Against Single Use Plastic Bag BanWe are now less than two weeks away from a major ban on plastic bags across New York state. In New York City, people are taking their sides on the matter. CBS2's John Dias reports.
NYC Fleet Vehicles Testing Air Quality In South BronxA new job for New York City government vehicles -- they are now testing the city's air quality.
'City Trees' Help London Fight Its Pollution ProblemMore and more European cities are getting clean air thanks to some unusual-looking foliage, and it could soon be heading our way; Gwen Baumgardner reports for CBS2.
White Plains' Solar Power Plan Will Save Residents 10% Off Electric BillsNew York State is mandating a dramatic expansion of renewable energy over the next decade, and White Plains has a new approach that other communities can follow; CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
Council Bill Proposes Ban On Glyphosate Amid Cries Of 'Environmental Racism' In ParksThe city has been decreasing its use of chemical pesticides over the past several years, but now there's a call to stop using them completely. One organization says they're using them more in communities CBS2's Vanessa Murdock reports.

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