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Eight Candidates Run in a District Marked by Change
  

Aug 17, 2009

Photo (cc) jbeau Greenpoint waterfront If any single City Council district epitomizes the changes in New York over the last 10 years and the uncertainty of the economic future, it is District

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Gowanus Canal Looms over District 39 Race
  

Aug 17, 2009

Photo (cc) wallyg Gowanus Canal The swath of brownstone Brooklyn that makes up City Council District 39 includes some of the city's most gentrified neighborhoods. But much of the debate in the

Last Updated (Wednesday, June 06, 2012 09:49 PM)

Waiting to Wade
  

Aug 10, 2009

Photo by Courtney Gross This story was done through a partnership between The Huffington Post's Eyes and Ears citizen journalism program and Gotham Gazette. Gotham Gazette reporter Courtney Gross wrote the

Last Updated (Wednesday, June 06, 2012 11:31 AM)

Communities Drowned Out
  

Aug 10, 2009

Photo (c) MarcG at Meta Foundry A Sustainable South Bronx greenroof Old tires. Invasive plants and rampant weeds. Mounds of garbage. "Basically everything that ended up in the streets tended to end up

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Legal Ruling Puts a Cork on the Bottle Bill
  

Jun 04, 2009

Image adapted from EJP_Photo On Monday environmental activists were supposed to be celebrating. The expansion of the state's bottle law was scheduled to go into effect, placing deposits on bottled water,

Last Updated (Wednesday, June 06, 2012 01:55 PM)

Toxic Town
  

May 26, 2009

Graphic by Ya-Hsuan Huang, photo (cc) vaticanus A peaceful scene of barges moored off Staten Island's North Shore hides a toxic story New York City may be known for its world renowned-parks

Last Updated (Wednesday, June 06, 2012 12:34 PM)

Staten Island's Toxic Stew
  

May 26, 2009

Photo (cc) vaticanus The busy Kill Van Kull channel TOXIC NEW YORK Decades after the federal government adopted the Superfund law to clean up the country's hazardous sites, potentially dangerous areas persist throughout

Last Updated (Wednesday, June 06, 2012 12:34 PM)

The Brooklyn-Queens Border: As Polluted as Ever
  

May 26, 2009

Photo (cc) sizeofguam Strange things afloat in Newtown Creek TOXIC NEW YORK Decades after the federal government adopted the Superfund law to clean up the country's hazardous sites, potentially dangerous areas persist throughout

Last Updated (Wednesday, June 06, 2012 11:43 AM)

Cleaning Up Pollution at New York's Ports
  

Apr 15, 2009

Photo (cc) Diego_3336 Our region depends on international shipping to maintain our daily habits and our long-term economic growth. Every day, huge ships bring goods from around the world to the

Last Updated (Wednesday, June 06, 2012 09:57 AM)

Stimulating a Cleaner Environment
  

Mar 09, 2009

Images by wallyg and Green For All (center) The federal economic recovery package could help New York retrofit diesel buses, weatherize homesand create new rail projects. Last month, President Barack Obama signed

Last Updated (Wednesday, May 22, 2013 02:57 PM)