The Green Products Expo touted everything from home soda-making kits to eco-friendly pots and pans.
New Yorkers are getting an education in composting, thanks to a city program.
The Center for Sustainable Energy offers training in solar power conversion. Students include traditional electricians.
Getting rid of old electronics, like televisions and computers, can be a confusing and frustrating process.
The feds are eying using Superfund money to clean up the Gowanus Canal. But opponents – including City Hall – say the Superfund process would take too long and could prevent redevelopment along the canal’s banks.
The proposed South Bronx Greenway could bring tree-lined paths and waterfront parks to Port Morris’ lifeless streets.
Some East Harlem residents are concerned a planned mall will bring more pollution to their neighborhood, where one in four children has asthma.
The marriage of environmentalism and commerce was on display at the Building Green Expo in Lower Manhattan, just in time for Earth Day celebrations.