Using community input to create accurate maps of vacant lots and properties, two grassroots groups are creating more stable, sustainable neighborhoods.
In recognition of its use of tech to improve life for residents and reduce its carbon footprint, New York has taken 4th on a ranking of smart cities worldwide.
Using a closed loop geothermal system and smart passive solar techniques, this green summer home in The Hamptons offers a cool respite from the city heat.
The Willets Point Redevelopment Plan calls for clean up efforts benefiting the Flushing River, and green redevelopment that will benefit the local economy.
Newly funded initiatives in New York aim to improve the efficiency of state-owned buildings by 20 percent while quadrupling the amount of solar generation.
Binghampton University recently celebrated the opening of two new labs, including a solar lab that will focus on developing new thin-film solar technologies.
Union College’s World Center has earned LEED Gold certification, and the building features a kiosk where visitors can monitor the building’s real-time energy usage.
In the last decade cycling has grown massively in New York. Alongside this quiet revolution is another, as more and more New Yorkers are buying electric bikes.
A new power project has opened at a farm in upstate New York, processing cow manure and food waste to provide enough energy to 11,000 homes.
The New York Power Authority is launching a $30 million energy initiative aimed at lowering the cost of solar power generation.