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Saw Kill Watershed Community Holds 1st Community Meeting

RFK Jr. Says Wording Of TransCanada Lawsuit Sets Dangerous Precedent

Can We Protect Our Drinking Water from Lead Contamination?

PSC Makes Right Decision on Desalination Plant

HUDSON VALLEY—Scenic Hudson and Riverkeeper commend the New York State Public Service Commission (PSC) for its decision today to halt an unnecessary, costly and environmentally damaging desalination plant proposed for Haverstraw, Rockland County. The project proponent, Suez NY (formerly United Water New York), will now be legally required to devise more sustainable ways to manage Rockland County’s water supply.

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Riverkeeper Sends Notice of Intent to Sue to Stop the Town of Hunter from Discharging Pollution into Schoharie Creek

“Hunter’s landfill leachate treatment system must be upgraded to preserve a critical drinking water source and fishery,” says New York’s clean water advocate. “Six years of violations of the Clean Water Act must come to an end.”

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Kingston and Catskill Resoundingly Reject Thruway as Authority on Pilgrim Pipelines Environmental Impact; Refer to Thruway’s Conflict of Interest

City of Kingston Reiterates Strong Opposition to Proposed Pipelines, Citing Commitment to Protect Drinking Water and Climate, Reduce Dependence on Fossil Fuels

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‘Extra-flammable’ crude oil being stored at Riverhead oil tanks; town officials, first responders kept in the dark

Nine Million Thirsty New Yorkers and Climate Change

Feds urge rail companies to share safety data after concern over Oradell Reservoir span

United Water’s vanishing act

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