Energy & Environment

Black bags of trash on sidewalk in New York City street waiting for service trash truck.
ProPublica and Voice for America report on the bad behavior and political connections of Sanitation Salvage.
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Statue of liberty drenched in oil
NYC is suing oil companies for damage caused by climate change. Will it work?
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The drinking water supply for offices of the New York City Department of Sanitation doesn’t even have a roof – just a tattered tarp.
Cockroaches. Pigeons. Rats. They could be in your water – and NYC wouldn’t know.
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State Sen. Todd Kaminsky
Kaminsky: Critical infrastructure projects need a creative solution.
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offshore oil rig
Protecting the oceans is popular in the region that may determine the future of the state Senate.
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Wind turbines as far as the eye can see
A discussion on sustainability with the city and state's leading environmental officials.
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Costa Constantinides
An interview with New York City Council Committee Chairman Costa Constantinides.
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Basil Seggos, Commissioner of the state Department of Environmental Conservation, and Richard Kauffman, Chairman of Energy and Finance for New York
A Q&A with energy czar Richard Kauffman and DEC chief Basil Seggos
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Smoke pollution over new york city
How the state is addressing them and where it’s falling short.
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Plastic bags floating in water.
Billions of plastic bags pollute NYC and Albany won’t let the city stop it.
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