Hochul Math: The governors power grab to rewrite climate law
An explanation of the painfully nerdy, incredibly important methane math problem that roiled New Yorks budget process this week.
By Lissa Harris
Tags: Environment, Basil Seggos, CLCPA, Climate Action Council, Climate Change, Didi Barrett, Kevin Parker, natural gas, NYSERDA
Public Power Has Albany Rattled
The push for the Build Public Renewables Act in New York has become surprisingly muscular. Is it strong enough to break Albanys climate gridlock?
Tags: Environment, Climate Change, energy, NYPA, State Assembly, utilities
A Green Firehouse for New Paltz, Despite the Odds
New Paltz's all-electric, solar-powered firehouse is one small step for a Hudson Valley community, one giant leap for New York's millions of dirty buildings.
Tags: Environment, clean energy, Climate Change, first responders, New Paltz, Ulster County
Educating for the Clean Energy Transition & the Future of Work
Tags: In the Classroom
Climate World Fractures Over an Extension Cord to Canada
State regulators just voted to greenlight a project that will cut New York Citys power emissions in half. But local environmentalists arent celebrating.
Tags: Environment, Climate Change
Coronavirus Roundup: Ramping Up Remdesivir, Contact Tracing Program
By Lissa Harris, Roger Hannigan Gilson and Annemarie Durkin
Death of a Newspaper
Coronavirus Roundup: Time to Make Your Own Mask?
6 Live Music Shows in the Hudson Valley to Catch in December
Hudson Valley Holiday Events to Wrap Up 2023
Camp Kingston: Bar Meets Cafe Meets Summer Camp for Grown-Ups
Kingston Food News Update
"Grant Arnold and the Golden Era
of Woodstock Lithography, 1930-1940"
at Woodstock School of Art