Energy & Environment

A helicopter on the Pier 6 helipad in Lower Manhattan.
Climate activists thought car emissions were bad but these helicopters are another story.
Policy
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Solar panels being installed in Oneonta, New York.
The trends are positive, but there’s still room for improvement.
Policy
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New York State Energy Research and Development Authority President and CEO Alicia Barton.
How emerging technology could help New York meet its climate goals.
Personality
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Governor Andrew M. Cuomo delivers comments during an offshore wind event in New York, accompanied by environmentalist and former Vice President Al Gore.
Four areas of progress that global leaders could learn about while they’re here for the UN Climate Summit.
Policy
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Protestors taking part in the Climate Strike in New York City.
Climate Week is the perfect time to reexamine our infrastructure.
Opinion
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Climate activist Greta Thunberg participating in a youth climate protest outside of the White House on September 13.
Would they be allowed to cut school to rally for a non-progressive cause?
News & Politics
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A natural gas pipeline.
The fight over the controversial pipeline is heading for federal court.
Policy
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Assembly Energy Committee Chairman Michael Cusick.
Lawmakers held a hearing on the July blackouts, but they’re still waiting for answers.
Personality
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A waterspout.
It’s probably not the climate; it’s just Instagram.
News & Politics
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Three people making their way through a flooded street in New York City's Red Hook neighborhood during Superstorm Sandy, October 29, 2012.
Why isn’t a senator from New York focused on safeguarding urban communities?
Policy
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