Plant canopies are the newest way to beautify the inconvenient reality of garbage storage on tiny city plots.
Boats were out in the water Tuesday hauling what appeared to be cleanup equipment around the ConEd plant at the base of Jay Street in Dumbo.
The Dumbo waterfront smelled heavily of petroleum after an oil spill at the Con Ed power plant Sunday.
It is hard to imagine today when the tree shaded pathways and groves of Prospect Park seem to have always existed, but the bucolic landscape was a carefully planned, massive undertaking.
Spring is back and so is the Greenpointers Spring Market.
Prone to flooding, Red Hook will soon get a temporary public artwork about climate change.
Sea levels are rising and Brooklyn must act quickly to protect the borough, its buildings and its residents, according to a new study.
The green spaces and parks of New York City are meant to serve as a respite from the urban jungle and provide a place to escape the city for all.
A controversial proposal to moor a floating power plant near Williamsburg has been revived, and it's already churning up local opposition.
A borough of superlatives, Brooklyn contains a number of toxic sites, not a few of which are also historic and storied. But walking by some of them, you wouldn’t necessarily know they’re hazardous.
While not everyone is concerned, we’re sure others would like to know where in Brooklyn toxic sites might be found — and some of the stories behind these former industrial sites. Below, some of the borough’s worst offenders.