Posts Tagged ‘albany’

5 clean water wins in the New York State Budget

There is good news for clean water and the environment to report from Albany, even as New York State continues to grapple with an unprecedented health crisis. Investments in the environment and climat… Read More

Three clean water takeaways in the proposed state budgets

Riverkeeper is advocating for three key priorities in the state budget. If you want to stay up-to-date on how the budget negotiations in Albany might impact New York’s environment, please sign up t… Read More

Capital District, Port of Albany: Signs of change

Slowly but surely the public is reconnecting with the Hudson River here. This Saturday morning, southbound from Troy to Kingston, I saw a “River Day Festival” in Troy in their new waterfront park,… Read More

Help Albany County Ban Disposal of Fracking Waste in its Landfills

Take action today and tell the Albany County Legislature to vote yes on Local Law D for 2014. Attend the Legislature’s public forum to express your support prior to the vote or call your Albany Coun… Read More

Fracking Lobby Day in Albany

We need your help! Join us in Albany to talk to state legislators about fracking, the improper handling of its waste, and the need for an official moratorium and comprehensive health impact assessme… Read More

Earth Day Lobby Day

Riverkeeper and its partners in the environmental community will descend on the state Capitol in Albany to advocate for environmental protections and to let our legislators know we expect them to deli… Read More

Riverkeeper Urges Action to Protect the Hudson and Mohawk from Heavy Crude Oil Risks

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Tina Posterli, 914-478-4501 x 239, [email protected] Ossining, NY – January 15, 2014 – Riverkeeper has initiated a campaign urging public action opposing the… Read More

Paying through the nose

3,000+ New Yorkers Converge on Albany for Anti-Fracking, Pro-Renewables Rally

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