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AP - Concerns about crowds and security have forced the Environmental Protection Agency to postpone a public hearing in New York on natural gas drilling two days before the event.
(NEW YORK, NY) After months of work organizing the New York Hydraulic Fracturing public meetings, the U.S. EnvironmentalProtection Agency today announced that the Syracuse meeting, originally scheduled for this Thursday, August 12th at the Oncenter Complex Convention Center, has been cancelled
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Would you ever go dumpster diving? A whole lot of New York City residents did this weekend, as the city unveiled three unused dumpsters converted...
GOP gubernatorial hopeful Rick Lazio yesterday called on the Public Service Commission to zap the Ground Zero mosque because of the revelation that Con Ed owns half the site.
They're branding it a "sewage crisis" in the Great Lakes. A new study has found that five cities -- including Buffalo -- dumped 41 billion gallons of untreated sewage and dirty storm water into the Great Lakes last year. How much is 41 billion gallons? That's how much water flows over Niagara Falls in a 15-hour period.
RAVENA, N.Y. -- New nationwide rules for mercury pollution from cement plants announced Monday are much stricter than limits New York has proposed for the Lafarge cement plant in Ravena.
nvasive emerald ash borers have been found in Monroe County for the first time, with state officials discovering ash trees in southern Chili that have been damaged by the insects. A specimen was found in an ash-borer trap near the infestation site as well, according to the state Department of Environmental Conservation.
CHANGE OF VENUE: EPA Hydraulic Fracturing Public Meetings Moved to Oncenter Complex Convention Center in Syracuse, New York; Same Times, Same Day, Different City (NY)
New York, NY - The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has moved its three public meetings on its hydraulic fracturing study to the Oncenter Complex Convention Center in Syracuse, New York. The date and times of the three meetings remain the same: the 3 sessions will be held 8 a.m
Would you ever go dumpster diving? A whole lot of New York City residents did this weekend, as the city unveiled three unused dumpsters converted into small swimming pools as part of the third annual Summer Streets festival! The dumpster pools were laid out on Park Avenue this weekend for approximately 450 eager swimmers [...]