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Planning for the Climate Museum in New York City

Although the first Climate Change Museum in the United States is in the initial planning stages, it looks as though it will become a reality in three – five years. The challenge in  building a brand new museum is to raise millions of dollars and to find a location for a new building. And since

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Federated Conservationists of Westchester County

The Federated Conservationists of Westchester County, NY (FCWC), based in White Plains, NY,  has been addressing environmental issues in Westchester County since 1965. They have addressed issues on Water Quality, the protection of Long Island Sound, Nature Centers in Westchester County, Hydraulic Fracking, Rapid Bus Transit, Tappen Zee Bridge, supported BioHeat and limiting flights coming

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CLIMATE WEEK EVENTS IN NEW YORK CITY

This is the 7th annual Climate Week in New York City. Listed below are just a few events that are mostly free, some need pre-registration.Over 400 events are scheduled for Climate Week. Here are just a few. For a complete list check here. These are free events, some require pre-registration CORPORATIONS AND CLIMATE ADAPTATION: INNOVATION

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Two Walking to Paris for COP21

(text below is taken from a press release from The Fallon Forum) Normandy-to-Paris Walk for Climate Action Two Americans who walked across U.S continue on to Paris On 11 November (Veterans Day in the U.S.), two Americans who last year walked across the U.S. for action on climate change will set-out from the coast of

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NYC MAYOR De Blasio Pours $100 Million Into Downtown Flood Prevention

An additional $100 million is being added to the New York City flood prevention fund for lower Manhattan. Mayor de Blasio announced two weeks ago that the funds will be added to the $15 million that was earmarked back in March as part of the first-phase flood protection design. The city already has a $20

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