It was 10 o’clock on an August morning, and the sun was already broiling.
The groups say PCB levels in the river show dredging was not as effective as the federal government predicted
Long classified a federally threatened species, the small, stocky piping plovers are bouncing back, with more nesting on Bay State beaches this year than ever before, according to a Mass Audubon report released Tuesday.
In our previous post, we identified the degree to which flood maps in the Federal Reserve’s Second District are inaccurate. In this post, we use our data on the accuracy of flood maps to examine how banks lend in “inaccurately mapped” areas, again focusing on the Second District in particular.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 8, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- The American Clean Power Association (ACP) released the following statement from ACP Director of Eastern State Affairs Moira Cyphers regarding the recent state elections in New Jersey:
The writer is executive director of the Resilience Authority of Charles County.
On Fire Island, queer culture and ecology are inextricably linked.
The North Atlantic right whale is a critically endangered whale. In the 1970s, with the first whale watches, there were estimated to be 350 right whales, and the population was growing. Then, in 2017, right whales took a turn for the worse. By 2020, the population had fallen to 338 right whales, with only 50-70 breeding females. We must now do more to protect and restore these whales.
So far, the company has discovered “no adverse ecological effect whatsoever” at a test beach in New York’s Hamptons.
An Evaluation from Wind to Whales
Between damage from falling debris, storm surges and rising seas, it’s time to climate proof the commuter lines that tie the lower Hudson Valley and its workforce to the city.
Sand dollars of a different variety keep washing in and out of the surf at the Jersey Shore. This fall and winter, work is taking place on about $52 million in beach replenishment across five towns along New Jersey’s coastline.
A request for a Certificate of Compliance filed by Laurence E. Reinhart (East Avenue Trust) for work done at 17 East Avenue brought concern to the Marion Conservation Commission after four of its members visited the site on October 21 and found four discrepancies, one of which was considered a deal breaker.
ByMick Colageo / Wanderer
High water, high anxiety This summer has made it clear that flooding is one of the greatest risks the Northeast faces from climate change. Warm air and oceans, along with sea level rise, mean more intense storms and floods — this summer, the summer of 2021 and likely summers in the future.
New nitrogen regulations and the town’s mitigation plan for Tashmoo could be another hit to the housing market.
The massive algae bloom in the Gulf of Maine this past summer serves as a stark reminder of the need for new and better data.
Federal agency accepting comments on US Wind plan through Monday, Nov. 20
Climate change is among ocean-based applications leveraging artificial intelligence.
Mid-Island’s New Creek Bluebelt Will Reduce Stormwater Flooding and Fortify Surrounding Communities Against Extreme Weather Due to Climate Change
Everyone, Greenpeace included, is devastated by the uptick in whale deaths along the Eastern Seaboard and across the world. The loss of so many dolphins and whales, some of which are endangered species, is unacceptable and largely preventable.
Massachusetts needs to shift from an era of statewide planning for climate policy to the key details of implementing it, according to a new report from the state's top climate official, which includes sweeping recommendations to accelerate the state's progress toward its emissions reduction goals.
As coastal condominium and cooperative housing associations in Ocean City renew the insurance on their buildings this year, some are seeing the price of plans more than double.
The Attentive Energy One project of TotalEnergies SE, Corio Generation, and Rise Light & Power, has been selected by New York State for a 25-year contract to supply 1.4 gigawatts (GW) of renewable electricity.
After weeks of uncertainty and likely project cancellations due to the effect of inflation on earlier contracts, New York State has reaffirmed its commitment to offshore wind with the largest state-level investment in renewable energy in US history
The population of young lobsters has declined nearly 40% in some of the most critical fishing waters off New England, officials said Wednesday, triggering new restrictions for the fishermen who harvest the valuable crustaceans.