The late Maris Hearn opened her Thursday night Gumbo Shop on WJFF Radio with the salutation, “This is the music that inspires, delights and sustains me.” The curated content of the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association’s (NESEA) Building Energy (BE) Conference, held annually in Boston, is the music of sustainable building that inspires, delig
Earth Day Sustainable Fair
LIVINGSTON MANOR, NY — On Saturday, April 20 at 2 p.m., Catskill Brewery will host this event in honor of Earth Day. There will be presentations by local sustainability icons as well as local music by singer/songwriter Justin Sutherland.
Spring is officially here, and as the world wakes around us, more and more people are also waking up to the reality that we have to assist the precious life of our planet.
MONTICELLO, NY — Gov. Andrew Cuomo has proposed legislation that would legalize the recreational use of marijuana in the state, which he has said he would like to see passed as part of the budget process by the end of March.
The debate over fossil fuel and renewable subsidies has become as political as anything else. Begin to wade into the murky waters of the subject here.
As I await our next snowfall along the Delaware, that poetic invocation of inevitable change drifts through my mind. I am thinking of another great American river 2,000 miles away, where life and snow are intertwined.
Newly seated Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez teamed up with veteran Sen. Ed Markey on February 7 to introduce legislation they’ve dubbed the “Green New Deal.” It’s a broad vision laying out the need for the U.S. to react to the realities of climate change.
ALBANY, NY — Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced legislation on January 13 that would ban most single-use plastic bags in the state, to be included as part of his proposed 2019 budget. In making the announcement, he once again contrasted environmental actions in Albany against those taking place in Washington, D.C.
What’s new in sustainability in Sullivan County? No better people to ask than the county’s Office of Sustainable Energy. Here are a few environmentally focused projects, headed by a number of different individuals and organizations, at work for the Earth in our area.
Organics management plans
STROUDSBURG, PA — Submissions are due Friday, February 8 to the Pocono Arts Council, which, along with other partners, will host “The Earth Speaks: A Juried Exhibition on the Environmental Crisis,” in spring 2019 at the Dunning Art Gallery, Northampton Community College Monroe Campus in Tannersville.