CFE staffer Sarah Ganong reports from the UN climate talks in Paris
From planting native grasses to walking the banks of urban streams, our Green Projects team counts on volunteers to get the job done.
We have been reflecting on the many aspects of our work, the people involved, and the environmental movement as a whole for which we’re grateful. From the volunteers who get their hands dirty to our interns working behind-the-scenes to supporters like you who make our work possible, we’re beyond grateful to all of you!
CFE Staffer Sarah Ganong reflects on the long fight—and recent victory—around the Keystone XL Pipeline, and what it means for the climate change movement. This is the first in a series of posts about gratitude.
On November 5, we celebrated the official start of our Pond Lily dam removal project in New Haven with neighbors, scientists and engineers, and government partners.
This article is the second in a series following the ongoing work of the New York Natural Heritage Program (NYNHP) on Plum Island.
Part 1 of a two-part series on Plum Island by John Turner of the Preserve Plum Island Coalition
We’re hearing reports of excessive tree trimming by utility companies from around Connecticut this week. CFE/Save the Sound intern Zac explores what’s happening to trees in his hometown.