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Riverkeeper selects new leader at pivotal moment

Sleepy Hollow Woman to Make History as New Riverkeeper Leader

Riverkeeper welcomes Tracy Brown as next President and Hudson Riverkeeper, first woman to lead the organization

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Riverkeeper’s Board of Directors selects an influential advocate and Riverkeeper alum who brings a track record of success and an enduring passion for clean water, the Hudson, and the challenges of climate justice in the Hudson watershed.

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Advocates, Queens residents sue to hit the brakes on LaGuardia AirTrain plan

Podcast: The Whistleblower

Riverkeeper comes out against proposal to moor barges in Hudson

Ulster, Dutchess to fund Hudson 7 intermunicipal council position

Lawsuit seeks to block LaGuardia AirTrain

NYS announces renewable energy incentives for projects that would damage the Hudson: A shameful use of public money

New York Governor Kathy Hochul today announced two energy infrastructure projects to power New York City: the Clean Path NY (CPNY) project, developed by Forward Power (a joint venture of Invenergy and EnergyRe) and the New York Power Authority, and Champlain Hudson Power Express (CHPE) project, developed by Transmission Developers, Inc. (backed by Blackstone) and Hydro-Québec. The projects were selected for contract negotiation as part of the New York State Energy Research Development and Authority’s (NYSERDA) Tier 4 renewable energy solicitation. Once finalized, NYSERDA will submit the negotiated contracts for […]

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Advocates sue to halt LaGuardia AirTrain, alleging the politically favored project was selected without required review of transit alternatives

As proposed, the $2 billion Port Authority project would harm a historically Black community and eliminate waterfront parkland – without delivering a one-fare public transit ride from Manhattan to LaGuardia Airport Represented by the Pace Environmental Litigation Clinic, advocates filed a petition in the Second Circuit Court of Appeals Monday, September 20, alleging that the Federal Aviation Administration’s decision to greenlight the LaGuardia AirTrain was based on an unlawfully biased decision-making process that eliminated alternatives from review that likely could have limited the impact on local community members, avoided construction […]

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