News > News > Preserve River Ecology

Preserve River Ecology

For 2022, a pledge to help save the Hudson River, ‘a precious and sacred being in our midst’

In the Catskills, One Man’s Trash Is Another Man’s Business Model

A River Runs (Back) Through It

Editorial: Life returns

Innu Nation force feds, province back to table over Muskrat Falls

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 […]

Learn More

Plans to get NYC onto green power include burying lines underground, under Hudson River

Restoring New York’s natural wildlife and ecosystems

Riverkeeper speaks out against NYC’s turbid releases from Ashokan Reservoir into Lower Esopus Creek

Saugerties, N.Y. – Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan held a news conference in Saugerties today with other elected officials and advocates to draw attention to the impacts from New York City’s practice of releasing massive amounts of turbid water from its Ashokan Reservoir into Lower Esopus Creek. Read the news release here. Following is a statement from Paul Gallay, President and Hudson Riverkeeper: The New York City Department of Environmental Protection’s management of the Ashokan Reservoir is critically important to the 9.5 million residents of New York City and many […]

Learn More

Threat of barges parked in Hudson River again makes waves

Don't let New York State give up on New York City waters
Become a Member