New York City Mayor Eric Adams and Israeli Minister of Economy and Industry Nir Barkat today announced a joint commitment to strengthening economic ties and fostering innovation between the City of New York and the State of Israel.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams today celebrated Climate Week from Harlem to Hollis by launching “Hertz Electrifies New York City.”
Everyday changes in the life of society are steadily leading to the transformation of views and approaches to solving all life-supporting issues.
Tens of thousands of activists from all over New York and the country will be heading to NYC for the March to End Fossil Fuels on Sunday, September 17, 2023.
Climate Week NYC 2023 officially runs from September 17-24, 2023.
Carver Federal Savings Bank, in collaboration with The Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce, has announced the 2023 Minority Women-Owned Business Pitch Competition.
NYC Mayor Eric Adams and NYC Taxi and Limousine Commission (TLC) Commissioner David Do today announced the newly proposed rules for “Green Rides.”
Air conditioning has become an indispensable part of modern life, providing relief from sweltering heat and maintaining a comfortable indoor environment.
When it comes to our homes, the roof plays a vital role in both functionality and aesthetics.
Your roof is one of the most important components of your home, keeping you safe and sheltered from the elements.
Today, the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) voted to approve a series of new rules that will make the application process faster and easier for business owners and individual homeowners seeking agency approval for specific types of work, including building updates that would improve the climate resiliency and sustainability of landmarked properties. The…
By HWM Last night, while more than 150 climate-driven wildfires in Quebec shrouded New York in thick, toxic smoke, the Senate passed the NY HEAT Act.
Today, the Senate Democratic Majority will pass legislation to mark Earth Day and further advance the Conference’s efforts to protect natural resources and waterways from Harlem to the Hudson.
Since 2021, some of the biggest climate change issues mentioned by Harlem-based WE ACT and others affecting the world are affecting Harlem.
The Climate and Resilience Education Task Force (CRETF), a coalition of more than 100 teachers, community educators, students, and environmental groups advocating for interdisciplinary climate education.