Posts Tagged ‘hurricane sandy’

EcoSalon: Greening Post-Sandy New York

Greening Post-Sandy New York, Riverkeeper’s fifth EcoSalon event, will feature a panel discussion on New York’s Hurricane Sandy recovery efforts, one year after the storm. Guests are invited to en… Read More

Riverkeeper to Present Testimony at NYC Council Hearing on Post-Sandy Resiliency Planning and Legislation

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Tina Posterli, 914-478-4501 x 239, tposterli@riverkeeper.org Ossining, NY – June 27, 2013 – Riverkeeper will provide prospective on the City Council’s proposed lo… Read More

Conference: Recovery and Rebuilding After Superstorm Sandy Legal Perspectives

What We Know and Where We Go Riverkeeper’s Paul Gallay will be joining this conference along with other notable panelist to examine the significant flaws that Superstorm Sandy revealed in our ho… Read More

SIRR Brooklyn Waterfront Public Workshop

The Special Initiative for Rebuilding and Resiliency (SIRR) addresses how we rebuild New York City to be more resilient in the wake of Hurricane Sandy but with a long-term focus. SIRR invites you to j… Read More

2013 Waterfront Conference – Leadership for Our City of Water: Living with the Water, Not Fighting It

Please join us at MWA’s 2013 Waterfront Conference – Leadership for Our City of Water: Living with the Water, Not Fighting It on April 9th from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM. The 2013 Waterfront Con… Read More

As Sandy Failures are Investigated, Coalition Petitions State to Mandate Long-Term Hazard Plans for Public Utilities

After Sandy, Testing the Waters

Post-Sandy EPA Discussion on Newtown Creek Flooding

Join the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, Federal Emergency Management Agency, and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration for a… Read More

VIDEO: Democracy Now! and Riverkeeper Tour NYC Waterfront After Superstorm Sandy, Sewage Leaks

Riverkeeper: Oil spill in Kingston’s Rondout Creek is worse than officials acknowledge

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