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its plants and animals, and the natural systems on which all life depends.
The dams on Mill River are gone . . . Run, herring, run!
The Empire State has adopted an innovative strategy to ward off an invasion of fracked-gas pipelines—and it’s working.
Proposed regulations would still allow wastewater to be disposed of in the watershed, with risks to both drinking water and the environment.
The Big Apple’s combined sewer system is 150 years old—and in desperate need of improvement.
This partnership is bringing bird-friendly “urban oases” to underserved neighborhoods in Connecticut.
Under the Trump administration, the decades-long battle to get the company to clean up its PCB mess looks more uncertain than ever.
But plans to cut local carbon pollution might help this asthma capital shake its wheezy reputation.
New forestry techniques that create the look of old-growth habitats can boost biodiversity—with extra carbon storage as a bonus.
Another win for New England! Oh, wait . . .
New Yorkers are resisting efforts to sextuple the number of anchorage grounds in the river and transform their backyard into a parking lot for oil barges.
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