Posts Tagged ‘SGEIS’

Government Watchdog and Environmental Groups Join Call to Scrap the SGEIS

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 25, 2013 Contact: Susan Lerner, 212-691-6421 (Common Cause/NY) John Armstrong, 607-220-4632 (Frack Action) Tina Posterli, 516-526-9371 (Riverkeeper) New Review Shows Furth… Read More

Environmental coalition claims fracking rules leave New Yorkers ‘unprotected’

If DEC issues final fracking SGEIS this spring, it will spell bad news for environment, says Riverkeeper

Riverkeeper Responds to DEC’s Rush to Finalize Fracking Proposal by Spring

Urges New Yorkers to call for passage of moratorium bill White Plains, NY – February 17, 2012 – The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) has made it clear it intends to i… Read More

Riverkeeper: DEC Failed to Adequately Analyze Potential for Fracking Impacts on and Propose Sufficient Protections for the NYC Watershed

Submits separate comments highlighting six fundamental flaws that pose a major threat to the drinking water supply of nine million New Yorkers White Plains, NY, January 12, 2012 – As the comment per… Read More

Environmentalists, gas industry oppose state proposed drilling regulations

Environmental Coalition Concludes New York State DEC’s Fracking Proposal Too Fatally Flawed to Move Forward

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE After two drafts, significant aspects of environmental impact statement still so deficient that it must be redone. New York, NY, January 10, 2012 – Catskill Mountainkeeper, Del… Read More

Will New Yorkers Veto Cuomo’s Fracking Guidelines?

Delaware Group Reviews Revised Fracking Rules

Tell the DEC & Gov. Cuomo to Account for the Public Costs of Fracking

Riverkeeper is urging the Governor and DEC to correct its fracking environmental impact statement (known as the SGEIS), so that it takes a hard look at the true costs of fracking on New York’s comm… Read More

Tell Gov. Hochul to block invasive species at the Erie and Champlain canals
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