Catsimatidis to turn grease into gold with Greenpoint biodiesel plant

Permit pending for long-delayed facility on Newtown Creek that would transform food oil into vehicle fuel ⧸ Full Story

Slush meets sewage

Newly available state data shows how snow melts contribute to pollution of city waterways ⧸ Full Story

Power players slam Con Ed bid for rate hikes

Experts testify utility giant needs to fix short-circuits in its operations, from stormproofing to staffing ⧸ Full Story

EPA announces funds to fix water treatment for future storms

Pledge of $569 million follows report that 11 billion gallons of sewage flowed following Sandy ⧸ Full Story

Sandy stirs up trouble for city drinking water

Sediment in the water supply could ultimately force city to build costly filtration plant ⧸ Full Story

What cost Gowanus Canal cleanup?

The EPA has asked the city to build a $78 million solution to sewage pollution, but the public price tag for the Superfund site could be far higher ⧸ Full Story

Energy drink

New York City's newest power source could be its sewers and reservoirs ⧸ Full Story

Half a billion dollars in, state lags on promised energy savings

Cuomo administration concedes New York off track for 2015 green goal ⧸ Full Story

Can 15,000 trucks be good neighbors?

As city and Hunts Point produce wholesalers negotiate over the city's central market, the environmental future of the South Bronx hangs in the balance ⧸ Full Story

Sandy’s spawn

Floodwaters leave behind unwanted guests: billions of mold spores ⧸ Full Story

John Cori warned you

When Congress repeatedly stalled a study to shore up the Rockaways’ beaches, a local electrician decided his community couldn’t afford to wait for action any longer ⧸ Full Story

Gowanus floodwaters nontoxic, feds say (UPDATED)

EPA report caps two weeks of uncertainty after Superfund canal smeared Brooklyn neighborhood with sludge ⧸ Full Story

Don’t blame Irene

Many New Yorkers ignored evacuation orders as Sandy approached — but hurricane experts say past false alarms had little to do with it ⧸ Full Story

The art of bouncing back

What New York City can learn from from its history of fictional destruction and resurrection ⧸ Full Story

Just how much did Sandy pollute city waters?

The city’s Department of Health and Mental Hygiene has advised residents to avoid direct contact with the Hudson River, East River, New York Harbor, Jamaica Bay and Kill Van Kull until continued water quality testing by the Department of Environmental Protection deems it safe for recreational use. ⧸ Full Story

Predicting what’s next for Sandy

Tonight's developments will decide how swiftly city and region will recover from storm ⧸ Full Story

Sandy stormwatch

Real-time updates on Tropical Storm Sandy as it arrives in New York City ⧸ Full Story

‘Greener, Greater Buildings’ tally a rough pioneer experience

Missing data and unique New York City architecture pose challenges for the city's ambitious energy-savings plan ⧸ Full Story

Small spending makes big difference for pollution cleanup in Williamsburg

City brownfield grants contrast sharply with state tax credit spending ⧸ Full Story

Olympic orphans: Flushing Meadows lakes stagnate in wake of Games loss

Ambitious plans to dredge the lakes of Flushing Meadows Corona Park are an unsung casualty of New York City's lost 2012 bid ⧸ Full Story