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‘jury-rigged’ railroad bridge dangerous, says Riverkeeper

Weehawken Cove may not be a boat graveyard much longer

Environmentalists ready to sue Jamaica waste management firms

Jamaica residents fight waste transfer stations

NY climate groups encouraged by DEC’s call for comments on power plant applications that defy climate law

New York State’s Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) said on Wednesday that two proposed fracked gas power plants —— Astoria NRG in Queens and Danskammer in Newburgh, Orange County —— appear to be “inconsistent with or would interfere with the attainment of the Statewide GHG emission limits” established in the Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act.

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What’s next for decommissioned Indian Point

Indian Point Closes for Good … Three Distinct Voices For and Against

Riverkeeper reaches agreement to ensure prompt and safe decommissioning at Indian Point

In conjunction with the State of New York, local municipalities, and the Public Utility Law Project, Riverkeeper has reached a provisional agreement with Holtec International and its subsidiaries (Holtec) regarding the decommissioning and cleanup of the Indian Point nuclear power facility in the Lower Hudson Valley. The joint proposal is subject to approval by the New York State Public Service Commission. If approved by the PSC, the agreement would transfer ownership of the nuclear power facility to Holtec, which would be responsible for the swift, complete, and safe decommissioning and […]

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State Challenge to Hudson Cleanup Dismissed

This river’s nuclear nightmare

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