Energy & Environment

About 90,000 to 230,000 birds in New York City end up dying each year simply from crashing into buildings.
Lawmakers have stepped up to protect our fine feathered friends.
National Grid van.
National Grid ended its gas hook-up moratorium, but the Williams pipeline could still get built.
A natural gas pipeline being constructed.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo issued an ultimatum to National Grid. Here’s what happens next.
A pipeline being built.
It all comes down to Section 401 of the federal Clean Water Act.
A group of protestors gathered outside of a New York City courthouse at the start of a legal case against Exxon Mobile.
The state alleges the oil company lied to the public about the risk climate change poses to the company.
Hudson Valley, New York
Who’s a champion of the planet, and who wants to keep mercury in lightbulbs.
Solar panels being installed in Oneonta, New York.
The trends are positive, but there’s still room for improvement.
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.
A natural gas pipeline.
The fight over the controversial pipeline is heading for federal court.
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?