New budget proposals and bills attempt to help farmers build soil health to sequester carbon.
The city council just passed legislation that will require new buildings to include green roofs and/or solar panels—and that will likely impact urban agriculture, too.
Citywide composting could cut methane emissions equivalent to 4 billion pounds of carbon dioxide each year—akin to taking 385,000 cars off the road.
To help bridge what’s called the summer meal gap, City Harvest launched its 17th annual “Skip Lunch Fight Hunger” campaign earlier this month.
We talked with recycling experts, got their advice, and are here to make recycling easier.
Fifteen NYC public schools tested out meatless meals on Mondays last spring. Now that program is set to expand to the entire public school system.
Although they’re generally coping much better than their conventional dairy counterparts, “organic” is no longer synonymous with “safe” for farmers.
Let’s be honest: we’d all rather shop indoors in the winter.
As of now there is no federal framework to regulate aquaculture in the U.S., leaving a pretty significant policy vacuum and a lot of open questions.
Nearly 50,000 undergrads were food insecure in 2018.
A new self-sufficiency report shows that two-in-five New York City residents don’t make enough to cover living expenses—and may be cutting back on food as a result.
The city’s healthcare system continues to expand its plant-based food options for patients.