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Environment New York and Environment America Launch Multi-Million Dollar Outreach Effort to Defend our Environment Environment New York

Today, Environment New York and Environment America announced a $7.5 million public education campaign to convince a majority of U.S. senators to stand up for a cleaner, healthier future, and oppose a return to a dirtier, more dangerous past. 

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News Release | Environment New York

New York ranks 7th so far this year in solar added

A new analysis released today by SEIA/GTM Research shows New York ranks 7th for solar installations in the first quarter of 2017. Nationally, solar accounted for 30 percent of new energy capacity in that time. The report comes as New York Governor Andrew Cuomo unveiled a $1.65 billion investment in renewable energy, following the U.S. decision to withdraw from the Paris Accord. 

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News Release | Environment New York

President Trump has got it exactly backwards

“President Trump has got it exactly backwards: there’s no sound economy in our future without a healthy planet.  If national leadership chooses to ignore that reality, then governors and mayors must step in to fill the leadership void to show the world that Americans will do our part to address the climate crisis.”

-- Heather Leibowitz, Environment New York

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Trump Budget Delivers More Pollution Not More Power to States Including New York

Based on a briefing by the Trump Administration, President Trump’s proposed FY18 budget would cut important environmental and health programs. Below is a statement from Heather Leibowitz, Director of Environment New York, on the president’s FY’18 budget proposal.

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Senate votes to keep limits on dangerous methane pollution

Today, 51 senators voted against an attempt to reverse an Obama-era regulation that tightens limits on methane emissions from oil and gas development on public lands. Heather Leibowitz, Director of Environment New York, said the following:

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