Doused in bug spray, wielding a clipboard, a walking stick, and a machete, it’s early but I’m glad to be outside before the heat sets in and the bugs come out. I’m here with Brian Holdt—a member of CFE/Save the Sound’s Green Projects Team—and we’re on an adventure.
Beaches are Open! It’s a beautiful summer day and beaches in Westchester and Nassau County are open! We hope you will get out and enjoy some Sound swimming. To see which local beaches are open for swimming, check here on Green Cities Blue Waters, follow us on Facebook and Twitter, or sign-up to receive swim alerts as …
Part Two of our occasional climate communication series focuses on resonant messages for different audiences.
Beaches are Open! With hot temperatures and clear skies it’s a great day to hit the beach and stay cool!
This episode discusses two exciting recent developments in efforts to combat climate change: Governor Malloy’s newly formed Council on Climate Change, or GC3, and the Pope’s climate encyclical.
Long Island Sound beaches in Greenwich and Westchester County are open again today. With warm temperatures, blue skies and no rain all weekend, it looks like another great day to get outside and enjoy the Long Island Sound.
It’s Saturday morning, it’s warm and sunny, and Long Island Sound beaches are open in Westchester County, Nassau County, and Greenwich.
We’re been working with partners around the region in the fight to save Oswegatchie Hills, a beautiful property nestled along the Niantic River in East Lyme.