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Sixty-five chefs, restaurant owners and other culinary leaders joined us to launch the Bee Friendly Food Alliance. Through the Alliance, chefs and restaurateurs are calling attention to the importance of bees to our food supply, the dramatic die-off of bee populations, and the need to protect our pollinators. LEARN MORE.
In an effort to help more Americans research and adopt solar energy for their homes and businesses, Environment America and EnergySage announced a new partnership today. Environment America will encourage its members and the general public to use the EnergySage platform to find the right solar installation option in their area.
HOUSTON – A federal district court has ruled on a lawsuit brought against ExxonMobil in 2010 by Environment New York's sister organization Environment Texas and Sierra Club. They, with the help of National Environmental Law Center, sued Exxon for violating the Clean Air Act more than 16,000 times at its Baytown, Texas, refinery and chemical plant.
Today, President Trump is expected to sign an executive order directing the Secretary of Interior to revise or initiate a new five-year program for oil and gas development on the Outer Continental Shelf. Heather Leibowitz, Director of Environment New York, issued the following statement:
In his first 100 days, President Trump has taken dozens of actions that threaten clean air, clean water, and treasured places.
“There is no question, President Trump is a disaster for our environment and public health. His actions will make our air and water dirtier, as well as ensure we experience the worst effects of climate change even more swiftly. The bottom-line is these rollbacks put the health of New York families at risk,” said Heather Leibowitz, Director of Environment New York.
New York, NY - President Trump signed an executive order today directing the Department of Interior to review more than 20 national monuments, including Stonewall National Monument in New York, that have been created under the Antiquities Act since 1996. A list of the monuments that may be reviewed is below.
In response, Heather Leibowitz, Director of Environment New York, issued the following statement: