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Action urged on ‘bomb trains’

Green Groups press for $100 million state Oil Spill Fund

Environmentalists play ‘Whac-A-Mole’ to stall crude-by-rail projects

DiNapoli rips plan for administration control of oil spill fund

New York’s Oil Spill Fund Remains Inadequate to Respond to Crude Rail Disaster, Groups Call to Raise Its Cap to $100 Million

Just one accident could wipe out the existing $25 million fund and could burden communities with response costs. Learn More

Riverkeeper: Lawmakers Must Prevent Crude Oil Train Disasters on the Hudson River

Groups Applaud Legislative Commitment to Clean Water

For Immediate Release: March 13, 2015 Adirondack Council – John Sheehan: 518-441-1340 Environmental Advocates – Travis Proulx: 518-462-5526 x238 NYLCV – Jordan Levine: 212-361-6350 x206 Riverkeeper – Cliff Weathers 914-478-4501 x239 Groups Applaud Legislative Commitment to Clean Water, Urge Three-way Negotiations With Executive Senate & Assembly budget proposals are the first steps in funding healthy water systems Albany – This week the Senate and Assembly demonstrated strong leadership by proposing dedicated grant funding for our communities’ drinking water and sewer infrastructure projects in the SFY2015-16 budget. In their respective one-house […] Learn More

Newburgh hears from pipeline opponents

Riverkeeper renews call to tighten oil tanker car regs

West Virginia accident renews concerns over oil trains in NY