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McGraw elected to lead state health association ALBANY, NY — The New York State Association of County Health Officials, which serves as the voice for New York State’s local health … more
The Climate Policy Initiative (CPI), based in San Francisco, studies public and private global investment in climate change. Its 2021 report, titled “Global Landscape of Climate Finance,” sounded the alarm about the need for much more robust investments in climate adaptation and resiliency. more
Climate change calls for education, accepting responsibility Congratulations on the recent major promotion of sustainability in the River Reporter. Here at Apple Pond Farm and Renewable Energy … more
Being responsive to the challenges of climate change, especially in light of rising fuel prices, is a great task. It is also a great opportunity to create great synergy and provide solutions to each … more
UPPER DELAWARE REGION — We’ve all seen the change in temperatures on a worldwide scale. But thanks to the Eastern Rivers and Mountains Inventory & Monitoring Network—part of the … more
While unusual, a late April snowstorm is not a precedent. It’s a reminder that we live in a world with unpredictable weather patterns that grow more ferocious with time. Some call it climate … more
It’s an axiom of sustainability that “you can’t manage what you don’t measure.” The saying is often attributed to Edwards Deming, a pioneering engineer and statistician … more
TUSTEN, NY — The Upper Delaware is a region of incredible natural beauty. From its forests and streams to the waters of the Delaware River, the towns and the hamlets within the river corridor … more
As we weather the February “deep freeze,” it’s a pleasure to share great news about utility-scale solar energy. First: the latest annual benchmarking report for PV solar energy … more
About Earth to Sky Earth to Sky (ETS) is an expanding partnership between NASA, the U.S. National Park Service (NPS), the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and similar organizations. Through … more
In November, I traveled from my family’s farm in the Catskill Mountains to the cobblestoned streets of Glasgow to better understand international climate politics and join scientists and … more
We start with some simple foundations. Our climate is changing. With these changes, the weather is less predictable, and the environment is becoming less able to tolerate our overuse and … more
January takes its name from Janus, the deity ancient Romans believed presided over beginnings and endings; births and journeys; gateways, doors, bridges, borders and other points of transition; trade … more
The timing, in one sense, is fortuitous. As world leaders gather in Glasgow, Scotland, for a two-week United Nations summit that could shape how and whether the world effectively slows climate change … more
TUSTEN, NY — On September 12, Gov. Kathy Hochul announced that Sullivan County had been added to the Major Disaster Declaration that provides federal funding for recovery from Hurricane … more
This summer, there have been some monarch butterflies, but not as many as in years past. Often, they can be spotted on various flowers, feeding on nectar. Gardens with brightly colored flowers draw … more
Trees perform an environmental miracle, absorbing carbon dioxide (CO2) from the air during photosynthesis, releasing the oxygen that we breathe and storing the carbon harmlessly in their roots, … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — A presentation at the August 5 meeting of the Upper Delaware Council (UDC) brought the topic of climate change to the center of discussion. Rich Evans, an ecologist who … more
DAMASCUS, PA — The Farm Arts Collective inspired, educated and delighted with their most recent production, "Dream on the Farm." more
NARROWSBURG, NY — The Upper Delaware Council (UDC) will host a presentation on “Climate Change and our Hemlock Forests and Brook Trout” by Rich Evans on Thursday, August 5 at 7 p.m. … more
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