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Riverkeeper Report: Hudson River Watershed needs $4.8 billion clean water investment

New analysis of 8,200 water samples finds 21% of Hudson River Estuary samples fail to meet safe swimming guidelines Despite progress improving water quality, combined sewer overflows, aging infrastructure, and some tributaries remain pollution sources Riverkeeper joined a delegation to Washington, D.C., to urge doubling of federal investment in water infrastructure nationwide, to $4.6 billion Ossining, N.Y. – In a new report, Riverkeeper has released a fresh analysis of water quality data, showing that 21 percent of Hudson River Estuary samples failed to meet federal safe-swimming guidelines. To improve water […]

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NRC Wants Indian Point To Fully Resolve Water Leaks

Coast Guard begins closed door look at Hudson River safety hazards

Residents, experts gather to discuss closing of Indian Point nuclear power plant

U.S. Coast Guard restarting review of possible Hudson River anchorage grounds

Five new directors elected to Riverkeeper Board

Atlantic Richfield weighs handing off Hastings cleanup to developer

Community activist Jessica Roff joins Riverkeeper

Riverkeeper hires Jessica Roff to lead advocacy & engagement efforts

Riverkeeper, New York’s clean water advocate, announced today that Jessica Roff has joined the organization in the newly created Director of Advocacy and Engagement role. Roff comes with a wealth of experience as a community organizer and environmental activist.

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Hydro Newsletter – Volume 4, Issue 11: Hydropower Projects, FERC, Legislation and EPA

Tell Congress: NY Needs a Robust, Fully Funded EPA
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