The "adventure playground" trend hits New York City.
The secretary of state says two initiatives to crack down on fracking didn't get enough signatures to make the ballot. Activists disagree.
But it'll still be an uphill climb.
The governor is ordering electric utilities to cut their greenhouse gas emissions.
Calls for a complete prohibition on fracking are getting stronger, but not all climate advocates are on board.
High-school reporters found lots of New Yorkers breaking a law that’s intended to curb air pollution.
Cruise ships begin the Arctic voyage.
Oil and gas companies are not performing well, but they're paying their executives more than ever.
The mayor wants to make sure the city stays above water even as climate change gets more serious.