New York Power Authority Offers Free Charging at EVolve NY Fast Chargers Across New York State to Inspire More New Yorkers to Drive Emissions-Free During High-Travel Holiday   Governor Kathy Hochul today announced that the New York Power Authority will offer free charging at all EVolve NY Direct Current Fast Chargers across the state from July 1Continue Reading

Building on City’s $191M Commitment for OSW, RFI Seeks to Solve Industry Challenges and Create Economic Opportunities for New Yorkers New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) released a Request for Information (RFI) to catalyze local offshore wind (“OSW”) innovation. This RFI invites entities from the public and private sectorContinue Reading

Credit: Claudio Contreras-Koob / International League of Conservation Photographers (iLCP) New research published recently in the journal Conservation Science and Practice shows conservation work led by Smithsonian researchers brings tangible benefits to local communities, government agencies and the private sector as well as the environment in the United States and in countries acrossContinue Reading

The giant Patagonian bumblebee, Bombus dahlbomii, is one of the world’s largest bumblebee species. It’s also endangered, with numbers dwindling since Chilean farmers introduced domesticated European bumblebees to help pollinate crops. The imported bees likely brought diseases or are outcompeting the native bees for favored flowers. © Levon Biss New ExhibitionContinue Reading

Male combat in the representative giraffoids: The newly described D. xiezhi (head-to-head butting, bottom) and the modern Giraffa camelopardalis (neck blowing, top) show different combat styles and head-neck morphology. Illustration by Y. Wang and X. Guo Newly Described 17-Million-Year-Old Fossils Suggest That Neck Elongation was not Driven by Food CompetitionContinue Reading

State’s Largest Land-based Procurement of Large-Scale Renewable Projects to Date Will Power More Than 620,000 New York Homes, Spur Over $2.7 Billion in Private Investment and Create Over 3,000 Jobs across the State State Now Has 120 Solar, Land-based Wind and Offshore Wind Projects Under Development That Will Provide Over 14,200 megawattsContinue Reading

Starting today, visitors can view the Zoo’s new binturong exhibit at Claws and Paws Pathway. Credit: Skip Brown, Smithsonian’s National Zoo New Animals: Popcorn-Scented Binturongs and Fluffy Pallas’s Cat Sisters The Smithsonian’s National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute invites visitors to prowl the new Claws and Paws Pathway exhibit openingContinue Reading

Announcing the Findings of Its 2021 Cooling Center Audit and 2022 Extreme Heat Plan to Address the Health Impacts of Extreme Heat WHAT: With the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration predicting above average temperatures this summer for most of the United States, including New York City, WE ACT for Environmental Justice is helping prepareContinue Reading