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Conservation group wants more detail from de Blasio

The New York League of Conservation Voters prodded Mayor Bill de Blasio on Tuesday to get more aggressive on environmental policy.

Why nuclear energy matters for NewYork

This month, thought leaders and innovators from across the energy sector convened for New York Energy Week. The timing couldn't have been better: Only a ...

Legislature sends climate change bill to Cuomo

A bill passed by both houses of the Legislature on Thursday would require state-funded projects to factor in climate change.

Dunkirk plant in line for a cleaner future

TheNew York State Public Service Commissionlast week approved a $140 million agreement betweenNational GridandNRGEnergy Inc. to enable a repowering of the Dunkirk power plant, a ...

Death in hot jail cell highlights national issue

The case of a mentally ill homeless veteran who died in a 100-degree Rikers Island jail cell starkly illustrates the dangers of extreme heat in ...

N.Y. judge lets Chevron bring fraud claims against Patton Boggs

A New York judge has allowed Chevron Corp to sue Patton Boggs over claims that the Washington law and lobbying firm engaged in fraud while ...

CLEAN ENERGY IS CUTTING CARBON POLLUTION IN NEW YORK

CLEAN ENERGY IS CUTTING CARBON POLLUTION IN NEW YORK

Global landmarks under threat from climate change

A new international studypublished this morning is warning that 100 UNESCO World Heritage Sites could be affected by sea level rises.

Prop 5 Opponents Challenge DEC to Prove Enforcement of State Laws

Europe, Facing Economic Pain, May Ease Climate rules