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Nuclear Regulatory Commission staff approves Indian Point sale to Holtec

Sale Approved of NYC-Area Nuclear Power Plant That Is Set to Be Dismantled

Riverkeeper adopts a new Strategic Plan, reaffirming its commitment to communities and life in the Hudson River watershed

Plan outlines the mission, goals, vision and core values needed for future success   With new plan in place, Paul Gallay to end his 11-year run as President and Hudson Riverkeeper in June Riverkeeper, looking to build on its 55-year history of fighting to reclaim the Hudson River and ensuring that over 10 million New Yorkers have clean, safe drinking water, has adopted a new Strategic Plan, which articulates a new mission, vision and core values. Riverkeeper’s new Strategic Plan is both a recommitment to the ideals that have historically […]

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Federal Officials Push for Hearing Before Indian Pt. License Transfer

41 community and environmental organizations press Gov. Cuomo to sign legislation to protect NY’s streams

Environmental and community organizations have sent a letter to Governor Andrew Cuomo urging him to sign legislation that would extend environmental protections for 41,000 miles of streams across New York State. The letter highlights the urgent need for the legislation to become law in response to the Trump Administration’s rollback of the Clean Water Act’s Clean Water Rule. The rule change targets headwater streams and wetlands creating a potential gap in protections for tens of thousands of stream miles in New York. The bill, if signed, will extend the Department of Environmental […]

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State Provides Grants for Dam Work

“Rescuing the River” at the Hudson River Maritime Museum

Furnace Brook dam in Oscawana Park demolished

NYDEC announces over $885,000 in grants

Cuomo pushes to weaken ban on toxic foam burning

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