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A few years ago, Wired Magazine published an interesting map showing carbon footprint per capita that graphically demonstrated the obvious: Where you get sprawl, lots of cars and air conditioning, you get a much bigger footprint for every citizen due to their higher energy consumption. So if we want to reduce our footprint and get off oil, what is the best thing for Americans to do?Move to Buff...
Decision time is nearing for Rochester-area residents and institutions that own ash trees: Try to save them, or let the emerald ash borer have its way?
FORT EDWARD, N.Y. -- Figure out where PCBs in the Hudson River really are, take more time and dredge them all. That was the message Monday from a panel of seven independent experts who studied the first year of river dredging at Fort Edward for the nation's largest Superfund cleanup.
EPA Recovers A Quarter Million Dollars In Cleanup Costs at H.M. Quackenbush Site in Herkimer, N.Y., After EPA Removed Tons of Toxic Waste and Sludge (NY)
(New York, N.Y.) The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has reached a settlement with Frederick H. Hager, the former Chief Executive Officer, Chairman and majority shareholder of H.M. Quackenbush, Inc. for EPAâ€™s cleanup work at the H.M
For years, New York officials have envisioned powering the region from a set of huge wind turbines in the Atlantic Ocean off Long Island. But well before an offshore wind farm would be up and running, giant turbines may soon be spinning much closer to the city.
This month, lawmakers and Paterson agreed to close a $9.2 billion deficit in the current fiscal year through an array of new taxes and spending cuts. So once again, the question arises: Is this year's budget made of bricks and mortar or sticks and straw?
Plans to harness an alternative form of energy in the metropolitan region are not limited to offshore proposals.
â€˜Burnt Treeâ€™ photograph by Rob HannThe Wassaic Project in Dutchess County, NY, opens its doors to the public this weekend, and as part of their community-focused, multidisciplinary arts agenda, the exhibit Sea Change aims to push the boundaries of environmental art photography and investigations of controlled settings. Rural Wassaic is an ideal stage for this [...]
We know youâ€™re a good Samaritan who curbs their dog whenever he or she does its â€“ ahem â€“ business. But how do you go about cleaning up you furry friendâ€™s unpleasant trail? If youâ€™re one of the many whoâ€™ve been doing a scoop and sack with those old plastic bags, keep in mind that [...]