On October 19, Governor Cuomo is holding a fundraiser – and we’ll be there, too, urging him to get New York off fossil fuels!
We’re rallying outside the event, calling on Cuomo to be a climate leader by stopping fossil fuel
Superstorm Sandy 5 Years Later: We Remember, We Resist, We Rise
Five years ago, our city was devastated by a storm more dangerous than anything we’d ever seen. Fueled by worsening climate change and rising global temperatures, Superstorm Sandy took the lives of 43 New Yorkers. New York’s subway systems flooded,
Every 5 years Congress votes on legislation that creates and renews federal programs that affects everything we eat, how farmers grow our food, and how they treat our soils, water and air.
The last bill was passed in 2014. The Sierra
Yes, the Diller Island fiasco had to go—2.7 acres of performance spaces on
the hurricane-prone Hudson River would have been an environmental
disaster. But — what about the other 490 acres of water that are just as likely
to suffer from Irma
Continuing Education Units for Architects and Engineers taught by respected industry professional Jay Egg.
Are you ready for the transition to renewable heating and cooling?
Learn what you need to know about geothermal heat pumps, for which NYSERDA has implemented a $1,200-$1,500