Meet the founder of NYC's Climate Museum, the first museum of its kind in the country, on a special Insider tour!
FloodNet sensors provide New Yorkers with real-time storm data and a wealth of information to help prepare for extreme weather events!
See how artist Beverly Barkat turned tons of trash into a stunning sculpture of our planet in Earth Poetica!
What is the tie between community engagement, art, and rising sea levels? Through Mary Mattingly’s new installation, Ebb of a Spring Flow, she shows the importance of supporting a community while taking care of local coastal and riparian ecosystems.
Before the COVID-19 pandemic, the New York City subway provided more than 1.5 billion rides a year. During this time,
This summer, check out the brand new climate change-themed mini golf course, Putting Green, located on Williamsburg's Waterfront.
During Climate Week, a series of environmental bills for New York City were passed addressing flood mapping, the Jamaica Bay Taskforce and geothermal energy.