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Though natural gas is marketed as the "safe" energy source compared with coal, according to an EWG report, a single well contains chemicals sufficient to "contaminate over 100 billion gallons of water."
EPA Announces a Schedule of Public Meetings on Hydraulic Fracturing Research Study; August 12 Meeting to be Held in Binghamton, N.Y. (NY)
(New York, N.Y.) The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is hosting four public information meetings on the proposed study of the relationship between hydraulic fracturing and its potential impacts on drinking water
Reuters - As early word of BP's Deepwater Horizon blowout began spreading, investors panicked. After closing above $60 before the April 20 disaster, the energy giant's shares plunged almost 20 percent in New York, to below $50, in just two weeks.
Welcome to my first weekly recap of The Fabulous Beekman Boys, where I summarize Josh and Brent's farm adventures and decide whether I'll leave New York for a simpler life.
Weâ€™re now in the home stretch on moving the New York Solar Industry Development and Jobs Act of 2010 to a vote; creating over 22,000 jobs and generating $20 billion of new economic activityÂ here inÂ New York State.Â Still wondering what...
AP - Shares of BP PLC rose Thursday in New York as the company's CEO told a congressional panel he was "devastated" by the Gulf oil spill and promised again to pay all legitimate claims.
EPA Releases Health Risk Assessment of Processing and Disposal of Onondaga Lake Sediment in Town of Camillus; Open House/Public Meeting to Discuss the Assessment on July 8, 2010 in Camillus, NY (NY)
(New York, N.Y.) The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) today released a supplemental Human Health Risk Assessment that evaluates the safety of disposing of contaminated sediment from Onondaga Lake in Wastebed 13 in Camillus, NY designated to receive this type of material
Today, we received word of a final victory upholding New Yorkâ€™s tough new ballast water standard against a legal challenge from the ports and shipping industries!Â The New York Court of Appeals, which is New Yorkâ€™s highest court, declined the...
FORT ANN, N.Y. -- Supporters of a longtime Girl Scout camp in the Adirondacks near Lake George hope to save the camp under a tentative $4 million sale to two land conservation groups.
A bill that would put a one-year moratorium on new natural gas drilling permits in New York received the backing Monday of key lawmakers in the Senate and Assembly.