Posts Tagged ‘Pollution’

New Directions in Environmental Law 2014 at Yale Law School

Yale Law School and Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies are teaming up for the fourth annual New Directions in Environmental Law conference. Hudson Riverkeeper Paul Gallay will discuss … Read More

Sandy’s Devastating Impact to Hudson River Includes Widespread Toxic Spills

Riverkeeper urges citizens to avoid flooded areas, document and report pollution related to storm surge Ossining, NY — October 30, 2012 – Riverkeeper mourns the loss of life from Superstorm Sandy,… Read More

Tapped

Look behind the scenes at the bottled water industry and its effect on our health, climate change and pollution. Film followed by Q & A with a representative of Food & Water Watch. Free event.… Read More

What’s Bubbling Up From Newtown Creek?

Riverkeeper Announces Victory in Enforcing Watershed Laws That Protect Water Quality

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Tina Posterli, 914-478-4501 x 239, tposterli@riverkeeper.org Tip from citizen watchdog leads to cleanup of junkyard sites in West-of-Hudson Watershed Ossining and White … Read More

About 300 join annual Riverkeeper cleanup

Weekend Planner: Craft and Food Street Fair in Tarrytown, Peekskill Open Studios, Pirate School

Riverkeeper is back on patrol!

Capt. John Lipscomb completed his first Hudson River patrol of 2012 this week, traveling about 500 miles over 10 days, from Riverkeeper’s home port in Ossining, to Newtown Creek in Brooklyn, the… Read More

For Piermont’s John Lipscomb, the Hudson River is his home and his history

NY Water Rangers Call Out Gov Cuomo & DEC for Fast-Tracking Fracking Despite Flawed Proposal, Lack of Information

Groups Identify ‘Top 10’ Fracking Defects in State’s Draft Review & Regulations PRESS RELEASE For immediate release: October 6, 2011 For more information: Erica Ringewald, 518-210-9903; e… Read More
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