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NYSDEC 11h
There's a free clinic at Thacher Nature Center on January 19th from 9-3pm. DEC will supply bait and tackle and a short lesson on ice fishing basics. Volunteers will be on hand to assist. A warming area and refreshments will be available. More info: 518-872-0800
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Andrew Cuomo 12h
New York will accelerate our efforts to tackle climate change with a new goal of 100% carbon free electricity by 2040. There's no time to wait.
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NYSDOT 15h
What could be a major winter storm is heading our way. ❄️ We're preparing by readying equipment and pre-treating roads. Now is the time to prepare your vehicles - check wipers, fluids and lights, and keep a window scraper in your car. More tips:
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NYSDEC 12h
This week DEC Forest Rangers held flat ice rescue refresher training at Green Lake in Greene County. The Rangers rehearsed ice rescue techniques to simulate saving the life of a struggling person that had fallen into icy cold waters.
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NYSDEC Jan 15
. proposes expansion of NY's Bottle Bill to make most non-alcoholic drink containers eligible for 5 cent redemption and has advanced a statewide ban on single-use plastic bags.
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NYSDEC Jan 15
.'s will mandate NY's power be 100% carbon-free by 2040, the most aggressive goal in the US and 5 years ahead of a target recently adopted by California.
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NYSDEC Jan 15
. announces investment of $1.5 billion for renewable energy including quadrupling NY's target to 9,000 megawatts by 2035.
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Sean Mahar Jan 15
Bags, Bottles, Water funding, climate action, renewable energy financing, environmental protection, outdoor recreation, park improvements, shellfish restoration, pollution cleanups, you name it, we're on it in NY thanks to and
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NYSDEC Jan 15
New York's environmental agenda will maintain 's historic $300 million investment in the . Including increasing investments in mitigation and adaption.
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Basil Seggos Jan 15
Gov proposes legislation that will require labeling of harmful chemicals on designated products. and to partner on the effort. 's
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Reforming the Energy Vision Jan 15
"Let New York lead the way in eliminating carbon from our future!" Thank you for prioritizing the climate and pushing a for New York.
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NYSDEC Jan 15
Over the past eight years, has championed investment in , committing over $2.9 billion to water infrastructure improvements. In the last year alone, he has dedicated $80 million to harmful algal blooms.
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Basil Seggos Jan 15
Gov announces another $2.5B for , bringing the Clean Water Infrastructure Act to $5B. This continues NY’s historic leadership on water issues. 's
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Basil Seggos Jan 15
Governor Cuomo launches in NY, a nation-leading clean energy and jobs agenda that will put all sectors of economy on path to carbon neutrality. 's
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NYSDEC Jan 15
. oversaw the largest expansion of the Artificial Reef Program in state history. create additional underwater habitat for marine organisms, and provide additional opportunities for recreational anglers and divers.
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Andrew Cuomo Jan 15
WATCH LIVE as I deliver my State of the State and Budget Address.
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NYS General Services Jan 15
| | Celebrate the Life and Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on Monday, January 21, 2019, at 10:00 a.m. here at the Convention Center. Details & Observance Information:
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NYSDEC Jan 15
This weekend, January 19-21, is the first of three Camp Santanoni winter weekends in the . DEC and partners host the events at Camp Santanoni providing a rare opportunity to see the inside of the buildings at this historic camp. More info:
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NYSDEC Jan 15
DEC, in partnership with Friends of , invites the public to celebrate "Winter Wonderland in the Woods", February 9th, from 12-4 pm at Reinstein Woods Nature Preserve in the town of Cheektowaga, Erie County. More info:
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NYSDEC Jan 15
Do you have a bachelor's degree in engineering? You may qualify for the environmental engineer civil service title. No test necessary; based on education and experience. Learn more at:
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