As Monday’s United Nations IPCC report warns it is “now or never” for climate action to avoid worldwide catastrophe, advocates and sponsors of the All-Electric Building Act hosted a press conference during ongoing budget negotiations to urge the inclusion of the Act in the final Executive Budget.
One week ago, the American Petroleum Institute (API) front group, Energy Citizens, launched an ad campaign against the effort to pass a statewide ban on gas in new construction in New York.
Today, days before One-House budgets are expected to be announced, 100 organizations from upstate NY issued letters to Governor Hochul urging her support for an immediate gas ban in new buildings via her state budget.
After a successful campaign led by the #GasFreeNYC coalition, New York City will soon ban the use of gas in new construction.
A beautiful black and white photograph (looking south) of the old Bang Gasoline Station between 123rd and 124th Streets and Morningside Avenue in Harlem, New York, we think the photograph was taken sometime around the 1940s.
Hundreds of Yemeni-owned bodegas and grocery stores across NYC’s five boroughs from Harlem to Hollis plan to shut their doors Thursday from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m., strike organizers say, in protest of President Donald Trump’s recent executive order barring travel to the U.S. from Yemen and six other Muslim-dominant nations.
The question “Is moving to Las Vegas right for me?” has crossed the minds of countless individuals seeking change.
The legendary Harlem Gas Light Company the precursor to ConEdison was founded in Harlem, New York, in 1855.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams signed Clean Construction Executive Order 23, which requires the city’s capital project agencies to commit to actions.
Gassing up the car for a Fourth of July road trip? Make sure you have plenty of money in your bank account or an ample credit limit.
Today, 1,000 activists from the Climate Can’t-Wait coalition came from all corners of the state to Albany for an Earth Day protest of the state legislature’s climate inaction.
One of the best things about visiting Las Vegas is the entertainment. It’s everywhere you go, from singers to dancers to magicians and so much more.
Lucius Venable “Lucky” Millinder, August 8, 1910 – September 28, 1966, was a Harlem rhythm-and-blues and swing bandleader.
Today, the New York State Senate revealed its One-House budget, including a landmark statewide ban on fossil fuels in new construction.
New York Attorney General Letitia James furthered her efforts to protect New York tenants by securing a major court victory against notorious landlord, Raphael Toledano, banning him from engaging in any real estate activity in New York.