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New Report Analyzes Impacts of Green Spaces on Urban Communities

A new report released by the David Suzuki Foundation documents the impact urban green spaces can have on human health and well-being. Published in collaboration with the EcoHealth Ontario Research Working Group, the report analyzed more than a hundred recent scientific studies and examined the relationships between ecological benefits and the size, quality and density […]

Bronx River LTCP Public Meeting – Thursday, May 7th

Hold the date! The public meeting for the Bronx River Long Term Control Plan has been announced: Thursday, May 7th 6:00PM – 8:00PM Casita Maria Center for Arts & Education 928 Simpson Street, Gymnasium, Bronx, NY 10459 DEP will provide a brief presentation at 6:30PM. If you missed the kick-off meeting in February, you can […]

Deadline Today! Sample Letters for Citywide Stormwater Pollution Permit comments

Reminder! Today is the deadline for comments to the DEC on Citywide Stormwater Pollution Permit! We’ve created sample letters for you to use to prepare your own: one longer and one simpler. See our recent post about the revised draft. It’s important to let DEC know that we are not satisfied with their revisions. All […]

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