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Hudson River may become anchoring spot for large ships

Using nature-oriented solutions to preserve shorelines

With Release of New Water Quality Criteria, Riverkeeper and Save the Sound Challenge DEC to make NYC waters safe for swimming

In response to the Department of Environmental Conservation’s announcement of new water quality criteria for the waters surrounding New York City and up to the Bear Mountain Bridge, Riverkeeper, the leading environmental organization, and Save the Sound, call on New York State to seize the historic opportunity to stop sewage overflows that too often inhibit millions of New Yorkers from safely enjoying the water where they live.

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Why Tugboats Are Key to the $19 Billion Overhaul of Kennedy Airport

Out There: The Buried Streams of Beacon

Is There Sunken Treasure Beneath the Treacherous Currents of Hell Gate?

Documentary One Dam at a Time Showcases Riverkeeper’s Dam Removal Project

New York to require flood disclosures in home sales as sea levels rise and storms worsen

Looking back 45 years after the discovery of the Greenpoint Oil Spill, one of the largest ever recorded in our country’s history

Lewis Pugh Swimming The Hudson River To Help Save All Waterways

Tell Gov. Hochul and Gov. Murphy: We need smarter flood protection plans
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