Energy & Environment

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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Windfarms off the coast of long island
A federal lawsuit may be the last best shot to save their livelihoods.
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