Love Canal Redux? A Toxic Heritage in Nassau
A photo series showcasing the latest efforts to clean up the Dewey Loeffel Landfill Superfund Site.
‘Show the Connection Between Our Environment and Our Lives’: A Q&A with Michelle Hinchey
The Democratic state Senate candidate for the 46th district discusses our interconnected crises, environmental policy fixes, and her father’s legacy.
Can Farming and Wildlife Coexist?
Recent biodiversity decline can be partially attributed to agricultural causes, but a new film from Jon Bowermaster profiles local efforts to improve the ecology of farming.
Coronavirus Roundup: Connecting Farmers with Food Banks During COVID-19
Looking at the Nourish New York initiative, plus news from New York State, the Hudson Valley, and the Catskills from Tuesday, June 2.
Farmers Forge Ahead During the Coronavirus Pandemic
As industries shut down or reduce workforce in response to the virus, Hudson Valley farms are keeping the food-supply chain moving.
A forested former industrial site in Kingston and Ulster could be made into a state park.
Hudson Valley State Parklands May Soon Increase
Gov. Cuomo proposes adding more than 2,000 acres among other robust environmental initiatives in 2020 State of the State address.
Capitalizing on Climate Change
On carbon markets and their implications for the Hudson Valley.
Cricket Valley and the Fight for New York’s Energy Future
The state has pledged to drastically reduce carbon emissions. So why is a new natural-gas-burning power plant opening in 2020?
The Promise and Peril of Cow Power
Anaerobic digestion is an innovative process that converts waste to energy. Is it too good to be true?
We Paved Paradise
We tend to think of parking as a problem only when a spot can’t be found. But city planners who’ve documented the hidden costs of parking are starting to implement solutions.
Future Shock and the Just Transition
Creating equity in the Hudson Valley.
A short documentary from Jon Bowermaster of Oceans 8 Films explores efforts by Hudson Valley farmers to keep carbon in the ground with regenerative farming methods.
What 2.9 Billion Birds Can Tell Us About Climate Change
A new study on bird population decline quantifies the impact humans have already had on the environment.
The Pace of Disaster Is Accelerating. Are We Ready?
The impacts of rising sea levels and increasing climate instability may force hard choices in the years to come.
Between the Engineer and the Poet
On the Hudson Valley’s rich heritage of environmental activism.
A Living River
A new short film from National Geographic filmmaker Jon Bowermaster looks at efforts by Riverkeeper, the DEC, and others to restore the life within our majestic Hudson River.
The Latest on the Wallkill River Cleanup
A forthcoming clean water plan from the DEC will outline a strategy to end harmful algal blooms in one of the Hudson's largest tributaries.