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Downtown Brooklyn »

The exhibit by artist Spencer Finch will be at MetroTech Commons from Oct. 1 to March 11, 2018.

Brooklyn Heights »

Asters and goldenrods are now in bloom and will reach their peak in October.

Clinton Hill »

Students from Benjamin Banneker Academy planted seedlings in Myrtle Avenue tree beds Wednesday.

Bay Ridge »

As of Oct. 1, shoppers will pay 5 cents for every disposable bag they carry their groceries in.

Navy Yard »

High levels of nitrogen dioxide at 12 docking sites could cause respiratory issues for some residents.

Navy Yard »

Residents and politicians are demanding a public meeting about the plans.

Fort Greene »

Fort Greene Park is debuting its newly restored tree trail this Saturday with Arbor Day tours.

Greenwood Heights »

There's much more the city can do to be environmentally friendly, but it's not off to a bad start.

Greenpoint »

If you live in Greenpoint you can sign up to get a free tree this spring.

Clinton Hill »

Teens will help build a new community garden at the Clinton Hill Library starting mid-April.

Downtown Brooklyn »

The Downtown Brooklyn Partnership will install solar-powered trash and recycling bins starting Sunday.

Fort Greene »

A garden in the shape of Brooklyn with plants as diverse as the population is coming to Fort Greene.

Williamsburg »

Excavations of the Superfund site will begin this year.

Hunts Point »

The plan proposes aims to address inequality through improvements in transportation, health and economy.