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Op-Ed: Indian Point is the Existing Bridge to a Clean Energy Future

Op-Ed: Indian Point is the Existing Bridge to a Clean Energy Future

Indian Point is the Existing Bridge to a Clean Energy Future The Indian Point nuclear power plant, located in Westchester, provides 25 percent of the power used in New York City and Westchester every day. Not only does Indian Point […]

SIXTEEN HOTELS TO JOIN NYC’S FIGHT AGAINST CLIMATE CHANGE

SIXTEEN HOTELS TO JOIN NYC’S FIGHT AGAINST CLIMATE CHANGE

16 HOTELS COMMIT TO 30 PERCENT REDUCTION IN EMISSIONS IN NEXT 10 YEARS   Another major expansion of NYC carbon challenge adds hotel sector to multifamily buildings, universities, hospitals, and commercial offices – part of de Blasio Administration’s OneNYC and […]

by · January 15, 2016 · Environment, Government
A Sky Full of EPA Bureaucrats

A Sky Full of EPA Bureaucrats

A Sky Full of Bureaucrats Will the EPA’s new rules actually save the ozone? Writing in the Wall Street Journal recently, political scientist Charles Murray confronted readers with the reality of the modern regulatory state and raised a pointed question: […]

by · August 9, 2015 · Op Ed
Indian Point and New York’s Energy Future

Indian Point and New York’s Energy Future

Last summer, the State Department of Environmental Conservation held public hearing on its proposal to shut down the Indian Point nuclear power plant (located in Buchanan, NY), for up to three months a year to protect fish in the Hudson […]

by · March 22, 2015 · Editorials