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From reviews and recommendations of the best parks on Long Island to visit, to insights about the local eco-system and local forecast updates, we've got what you'll want to know about nature, local environmentental issues, and Long Island weather right here.
By Eric Anderson December 30, 2012
Despite opposition from the GOP, the benefit package for Hurricane Sandy victims is passed.
By Amy Gernon December 26, 2012
NYSERDA announced that $250 million will go toward modernizing the state's aging renewable energy infrastructure.
By Lyndsay McCabe December 19, 2012
Multiple Target stores across Long Island were found selling pesticides that are illegal in the region due to the sensitive nature of the local aquifer.
By Amy Gernon December 12, 2012
A coalition of seven states led by New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman notified the EPA that it intends to file a suit in federal court against the agency for not setting methane emission standards ...
By Robert Ottone December 08, 2012
Eastenders convey to tackle mounting erosion issue.
By Robert Ottone December 06, 2012
Relief workers taking part in Hurricane Sandy cleanup might suffer from health hazards later on.
By Vickie Moller December 06, 2012
New York State Senator Kenneth P. LaWalle, Chairman of the New York State Senate Committee on Higher Education said that technologies being developed at Stony Brook University and Brookhaven National Laboratory may hold the solution ...
By Amy Gernon December 05, 2012
Typhoon Bopha, which has left hundreds of thousands of people homeless after it stormed across the Philippines this week, puts the spotlight on devastating storms as world leaders begin to wrap up climate change negotiations ...
By Vickie Moller December 04, 2012
As part of its partnership with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Green Power Partnership, Hofstra University announced that it has increased its purchase of green power
By Lyndsay McCabe December 03, 2012
“Gasland” filmmaker Josh Fox uses “Occupy Sandy” to send a message about inequality and the damaging effects of pollution.
By Amy Gernon December 01, 2012
A study published Thursday in the journal Science links polar ice melt and rising sea levels.
By Lyndsay McCabe November 29, 2012
The DEC has ordered a cease-and-desist letter to remove water-damaged cars from the habitat of the endangered tiger salamander and short-eared owl in Calverton.
By Robert Ottone November 15, 2012
A potential Civil War-era cargo ship unearthed by hurricane Sandy has been found near Davis Park.