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5th Annual Riverkeeper Sweep is Saturday, May 7; Students to collect data in ‘Trash Free Hudson’ project

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From Brooklyn to Beacon to Troy: 100+ shoreline cleanups and plantings in a single day For Immediate Release: April 28, 2015 Contact: Leah Rae, Staff Writer and Media Specialist, (914) 478-4501 ext. 238; lrae@riverkeeper.org Ossining, N.Y. – About 2,000 volunteers will head for their local shorelines on Saturday, May 7, for the 5th Annual Riverkeeper Sweep – a one-day event encompassing more than 100 cleanups and plantings along the Hudson River and New York City shorelines from Brooklyn to the Capital District. Riverkeeper’s annual event has grown rapidly and is […]

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Riverkeeper statement about the Cuomo Administration’s Denying the Constitution Pipeline

Riverkeepe President Paul Gallay issued a statement today regarding the DEC’s denial of the controversial Constitution Pipeline, which would have carried fracked natural gas through the Hudson River estuary.

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Phase 2 of Peekskill’s Visionary Waterfront Opens

Coalition files appeal to federal courts to review Algonquin gas pipeline

Riverkeeper lights up the Empire State Building

New York environmental group celebrates the quality of water

Indian Point Update: Critical Bolts Damaged and Missing

Groups Applaud Water Infrastructure Grants In NYS Budget

Riverkeeper lights the Empire State Building in celebration of Its 50th anniversary

Mike Richter, Riverkeeper’s president Paul Gallay, and Riverkeeper’s chief prosecuting attorney Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. to “flip the switch” and make the world-famous Empire State Building’s tower lights shine in blue, green and dark blue in honor of Riverkeeper's 50th Anniversary

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The ‘Careful, Thoughtful’ Approach to Indian Point Is to Close It

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