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Carroll Gardens »

Brownstone Owner Mulls Renting Out Backyard Treehouse Through Airbnb

Eco-friendly contractor Gennaro Brooks-Church just finished building the green treehouse for his kids.

Chelsea »

'Urban Rustic' Restaurant Style Morphs Into Nordic Chic

Urban rustic is all the rage in restaurant design. Beyond the antlers, what's next?

Upper West Side »

P.S. 87 Eliminates Plastic Prizes for Kids in Eco-Friendly Effort

The Upper West Side school opted to stop giving out free toys, parents said.

Chelsea »

Designer of 'Upcycled' Clothing Sews Green Alternative to Fashion Week

A green fashion show at the Tesla Motors dealership will feature clothes by designer  Ashley McAleavy .

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Massive Composting Scheme Planned for Green Skyscrapers

The Durst Organization plans to compost waste from 1,350 apartments.

Brooklyn Heights »

'Green' Concession Stand Touches Down in Brooklyn Bridge Park

A new concession stand with live roof was lowered into Brooklyn Bridge Park by crane.

Manhattan »

Glenn Close, Coco Rocha and Aviva Drescher Turn Christie's Auction Green

Glenn Close, Coco Rocha, Aviva Drescher and Lauren Bush-Lauren all bid at Christie's Green Auction.

Manhattan »

Recycling Plummets Under 'Green' Mayor's Watch

While the city is widely considered an environmental leader, its recycling efforts lag behind.

Manhattan »

How to Get Rid of Your Christmas Tree Without Clogging a Landfill

The city kicks off Christmas tree recycling from Jan. 2-14, with curbside pickup and dropoff options.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Ecofest Rescheduled After Irene, But Loses Solar Power

The eco-friendly festival Ecofest has been rescheduled for this coming weekend, but may not be powered by renewable energy.

Manhattan »

Council Goes Green With Local Farming Bills

The City Council passed new legislation Thursday to encourage local farming and urban markets through the city.

Midtown & Theater District »

Midtown Block Pushing for More Trees

While other boroughs are criticizing the city's tree-planting blitz, Midtown residents say it needs to branch into West 54th, 55th and 56th Streets.

Manhattan »

New Campaign Looks to Make City-Improving Ideas a Reality

The Change by Us NYC campaign hopes to connect people with eco-friendly ideas to city agencies that will help them bring them into reality.

Downtown »

City Hall Goes Green With Massive Fuel Cell

After scrapping plans for rooftop solar panels, a fuel cell will provide more than enough electricity to power City Hall.

Manhattan »

Every Day is Earth Day for Some Manhattan Businesses

To celebrate Earth Day, DNAinfo talked to three Manhattan businesses stepping up their efforts to go green.

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