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.
This is the second in a series of events hosted by The Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce, Columbia Climate School, and The City College of New York.
A new study conducted by researchers from the University of Southampton explored some of the weather-related risks associated with climate change.
The New York Community Trust (NYCT) has awarded $223,000 to Black Public Media (BPM) to help Black documentary filmmakers create films about climate change and environmental justice.
Today, Representative Adriano Espaillat joined Speaker Nancy Pelosi and a Congressional delegation to the United Nations Climate Change Conference, or “COP26,” in Glasgow, Scotland on behalf of the United States House of Representatives.
The Health Department today marks Climate Week NYC and reminds New Yorkers that climate change is a public health, environmental and racial justice priority in New York City.
Today, Representative Adriano Espaillat issued the following statement in support of his resolution, The Cecil Corbin-Mark Global Environmental Justice Resolution.
Following a City Council vote, Mayor Bill de Blasio today announced that a major package of zoning rules will now help to protect homes and businesses in New York City’s vast floodplain from climate change.
Climate change is an issue that impacts everyone, especially children.
While many consumers have started doing more in their daily lives.
The ways in which climate change affects consumers’ health — particularly the youngest population — have been documented at length.
While the COVID-19 pandemic has brought some positive news in terms of the environment, research shows that pollution is still a very real problem.
Climate change is a source of stress for many consumers, and findings from a new study conducted by researchers from Stanford University may just add to that stress.
City Parks Foundation’s CityParks Green Girls Empowered by ING program was named as the winner of the Inaugural Climate Change Learning Award for the National Summer Learning Association’s (NSLA) 2020 Summer Learning Awards season.