Today, the White House and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) launched its 2022 Clean School Bus Rebate Program.
Environmental justice organizations and local municipalities will have an opportunity to learn about a new resource designed to help them identify, navigate, and pursue federal funding for environmental justice by attending a webinar on Monday, October 30th at 5:30 PM.
A powerful assembly of environmental justice leaders recently convened in a press conference to articulate their staunch opposition to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s contentious carbon rule proposal.
New York Attorney General Letitia James, leading a coalition of 19 attorneys general, called on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to strengthen protections against lead poisoning, particularly for children living in low-income communities and communities of color.
NYC Mayor Eric Adams today announced the appointments of his climate leadership team that will focus on environmental protection and environmental justice across NYC.
Mayor Bill de Blasio and the NYC Environmental Justice Advisory Board today announced the commencement of a public comment period from August 5th to September 5th, 2021.
Today, the White House announced the members of the White House Environmental Justice Advisory Council.
In a 54-9 vote yesterday, lawmakers in the New York Senate overwhelmingly passed legislation aimed at addressing the high cost of energy bills from Harlem to the Hudson.
More than 175 groups today launched a new coalition to protect funding for critical environmental programs.
Mayor de Blasio today announced a number of efforts to advance New York City’s environmental justice efforts, including the appointment of Adriana Espinoza as Senior Advisor for Environmental Justice, and appointing Harlem’s Peggy Shepard as Chair of the Environmental Justice Advisory Board.
Mayor Bill de Blasio signed an executive order today that will reduce the size of the City’s on-road vehicle fleet, deepening its commitment to address climate change and reduce emissions 80 percent by 2050 from Harlem to Hollis.
Air quality within the home is an often overlooked, but crucial aspect of maintaining a healthy living environment.
By Harlem World Magazine As Harlem faces a weekend of compromised air quality, residents are gearing up to combat the challenges posed by the rising smog and pollutants in the atmosphere.
Because the climate crisis is disproportionately impacting communities of color, WEACT’s Climate Justice Working Group partnered with East Harlem COAD.
The Adirondack Council will recognize the NY State Black, Puerto Rican, Hispanic and Asian Legislative (BPHA) Caucus as the recipient of this year’s Conservationist of the Year Award.