Energy & Environment

Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins passes legislation to protect New Yorkers against toxic materials.
Rounding up the week’s political news
News & Politics
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Students protesting during the New York City march for action on climate change in March.
Six ways the Climate and Community Protection Act has changed during negotiations.
Policy
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The New York State Senate.
Everything you need to know, as the session's end grows nearer.
News & Politics
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Traffic lights in New York surrounded by steam.
Time is running out for Democratic lawmakers’ ambitious environmental agenda.
Policy
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A coal miner holds lumps of coal.
Labor groups warn of pension fund losses, but not every union agrees.
Policy
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New York City Public Advocate Jumaane Williams spoke out at a protest to stop the construction of the Williams natural gas pipeline on April 18, 2019.
The controversial project gives him a chance to keep the political left happy.
Policy
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Highline
Assessing legislation on plastic and paper bags and new rules for buildings.
News & Politics
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An electric power plant located in Queens.
A Q&A with the EPA’s Peter Lopez on climate change and other environmental threats.
Personality
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Alicia Barton.
NYSERDA plays a key role in fostering a transition to renewable energy.
Personality
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Protestors gathered in the state Capitol two years ago to advocate for the CCPA, which remains stalled in the Legislature.
The Climate and Community Protection Act would set ambitious emissions goals.
Policy
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