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Update: New York’s Sewage Right to Know Law

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In 2012 CCE secured you the right to know when raw sewage was released into the waters near you.  We’ve been working the NYS DEC (Department of Environmental Conservation) to implement the law and get a system in place to notify you when those overflows occur.  The DEC recently announced that you could sign up […]

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The Movement to Ban Hazardous Fracking Waste Growing in CT

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If you asked most people in Connecticut if they have ever heard of high-volume hydraulic fracturing (fracking, for short) five years ago, you probably would have received a lot of puzzled looks.  Much has happened since then, including the release of Josh Fox’s 2010 documentary Gasland and its 2013 sequel, Gasland II.  Since then, there […]

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Video Tour: Bay Park Sewage Treatment Plant

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On Tuesday, May 14, 2013, Nassau County, NY officials took nearly 100 residents on a tour of the embattled Bay Park Sewage Treatment Plant on Long Island to explain why such a stench is emanating as the plant undergoes temporary post-Superstorm Sandy repairs. The Bay Park plant, which serves 40 percent of the county’s population, or about 500,000 […]

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Video Blog Series: “A Day in the Life: An Island That Has Gone to the Birds”

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CCE Executive Director Adrienne Esposito and I had the unique opportunity to visit Great Gull Island- a small island in the middle of Long Island Sound that is home to thousands of endangered birds. The island is owned by the Museum of Natural History.  Every year volunteers flock to the island to track and monitor the endangered Common and […]

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Video Blog Series: “A Day in the Life: CCE & CT Lobstermen Call on Feds to Take Action on LIS”

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Guilford, CT- On Monday, July 23, Citizens Campaign for the Environment’s Executive Director Adrienne Esposito, CT Program Coordinator Louis Burch, and LI Program Coordinator Tara Bono joined with members of the CT Commercial Lobsterman’s Association and State and Congressional representatives from CT for a press event at the Guilford Lobster Pound to speak out about […]

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Video Blog Series: “A Day in the Life: LIS Roundtable”

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It was a special treat to hang out with U.S. Senator Gillibrand and Congressman Israel  on the beautiful Long Island Sound last week. CCE was thrilled when we were asked to help organize a roundtable with the Senator and Congressman. The goal was to bring together concerned stakeholders to address the needs for restoring and […]

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Video Blog Series: “A Day in the Life: CCE Lobby Day”

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Every day here at Citizens Campaign for the Environment (CCE) is new and different, so I invite you to take a firsthand look into what goes on inside the walls of CCE with our new video blog series. Join us as we travel to Albany, meeting with elected officials on one of our 2012 legislative […]

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