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New Yorkers Fight Oil Terminal Expansion

Groups Challenge New York State’s Decision Not to Require Full Environmental Review of Plan to Expand Albany Crude Oil Facility

Facts show impacts to community and oil spill risk to Hudson must be addressed Learn More

DEC tells foes of Albany rail yard lawsuit would be futile

Speedy surgery puts transmitters into Hudson fish

Green groups gear up for fight against Pilgrim pipeline

http://www.legislativegazette.com/Articles-Top-Stories-c-2014-05-27-88063.113122-Green-groups-gear-up-for-fight-against-Pilgrim-pipeline.html Learn More

Seeger’s Legacy Lives on Aboard Sloop Clearwater

New Pipeline Proposal Draws Ire of Environmentalists in NJ and NY

Riverkeeper applauds Ulster County’s stance on crude oil transport

Riverkeeper Applauds Ulster County Passage of Resolutions to Protect Communities against Risks from Crude Oil Transport

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Last night, the Ulster County legislature passed two resolutions, with unanimous bi-partisan support, calling for a federal ban on the use of faulty DOT-111 cars to transport crude oil by rail, and for the state to conduct comprehensive environmental reviews of the impacts of proposed expansions of oil terminal operations in Albany and New Windsor. Learn More

Coalition Formed To Oppose Pipeline Plan