Governor Andrew Cuomo announced plans to significantly ramp up energy efficiency in the state and tackle a host of important environmental issues—from New York City traffic congestion to Hudson River contamination—in his annual State of the State agenda released this week.
NEW YORK – The board of trustees of the Natural Resources Defense Council has named long-term board member Alan F. Horn as NRDC chair, charged with leading the organization into a new era of environmental advocacy grounded in sound science, the public interest and the rule of law.
New York, NY —Lin-Manuel Miranda, his wife Vanessa Nadal, and Prizeo, the online platform that democratizes giving, announced today that they are offering the chance for one lucky fan and a guest to attend the West End opening night of the musical Hamilton in London on D
NEW YORK, NY – Just in time for Thanksgiving, a new digital calculator is taking the guesswork out of portion planning to help hosts reduce the massive amount of food, money and resources that go to waste around the holiday. The “Guest-imator”
More than two-thirds of all food discarded in people’s homes in three major U.S.
Proposed cuts to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency would put the safety of Americans’ air, drinking water, food supply and health at risk—and Questlove explains why “that’s f*cked up” in a new Funny Or Die video released today, in partnership with the Natural Resources Defense Council.
A four-year-old biomass certification program has led to increased carbon dioxide emissions, accelerated the loss of natural forests, and created negative impacts on local communities – the very results it was designed to avoid, according to a new study by the Natural Resources Defense Council (N
The nation’s electricity grid operators are increasingly turning to more flexible resources and low-cost renewable energy options like wind and solar, rendering outdated the notion that “baseload” generating plants are required to reliably power America’s homes and businesses, according to a new
NEW YORK – Since last year, twice as many of the nation’s top fast-food chains are responding to the public health crisis of antibiotic resistance by adopting strong policies that prohibit the routine use of antibiotics, or medically important antibiotics, in the meat and poultry they serve.