Welcome! We’ve moved the blog.
Air & Climate / General / Land / Uncategorized / Water

Welcome! We’ve moved the blog.

Green Cities Blue Waters–the blog for Connecticut Fund for the Environment/Save the Sound–is now on our website: http://www.ctenvironment.org/media-room/our-blog That’s good news for our readers. Now, you’ll be able to find reports from the field, press releases, guest posts, volunteer opportunities, and photo collections all in one place. New posts will go up on the website, … Continue reading

Air & Climate / Clean Air / Clean Water / Climate Change & Adaptation / Coastal Resiliency / Drinking Water / Energy & Efficiency / General / Land / Legal / Legislative / Long Island Sound / Sewage & Stormwater / Storms & Hurricanes / Uncategorized / Water

You have an agenda…

We’re telling Connecticut legislators YOU want clean air, land, and water! Your representatives go back to work next Wednesday and we are working to ensure they understand you want strong environmental policy. Throughout the session, which runs from February 7 through May 9, we will work with legislators, Governor Malloy, state agencies, fellow organizations, and citizens … Continue reading

Seasons of Change: 2017 Year in Review
Air & Climate / General / Land / Support CFE/Save the Sound / Water / Year In Review

Seasons of Change: 2017 Year in Review

It’s been a year of change for the environment: in every season, in every layer of government, and even at CFE/Save the Sound itself. Let’s take a trip down memory lane together, as we explore the paths traveled this year, both rutted and smooth, and some issues we’ve tackled along the way—with your help. WINTER … Continue reading

Press Release: Advocates ask NYC City Council to support aggressive actions needed to reduce sewage and stormwater pollution
Press Releases / Sewage & Stormwater / Water

Press Release: Advocates ask NYC City Council to support aggressive actions needed to reduce sewage and stormwater pollution

Groups converge at City Hall to press for ‘fishable, swimmable’ waters in NYC Advocates ask City Council to support aggressive actions needed to reduce sewage and stormwater pollution, promote rain gardens and other vital citywide solutions New York, N.Y. – Clean water advocates from across the city — from Flushing Bay to the Bronx River, … Continue reading

NEW YORK CITY NITROGEN:  LINKING THE EAST RIVER AND LONG ISLAND SOUND
Water / Western Sound

NEW YORK CITY NITROGEN: LINKING THE EAST RIVER AND LONG ISLAND SOUND

Iconic bridges crisscross the East River as it flows through New York City neighborhoods into Long Island Sound. The East River, a “tidal strait,” plays a critical role in the health of New York City’s economy and environment—and in particular, the health and future of Long Island Sound. Save the Sound’s report, New York City … Continue reading