Adirondack landowners deliberate over state climate law By Gwendolyn Craig Landowners with some of the largest inholdings in the Adirondack Park are concerned the state’s climate laws disregard their rural, sometimes off-grid camps, or the … [Read more...] about What are the fossil fuel alternatives for rural camp owners?
State announces multi-million dollar investments in charger infrastructure By Chloe Bennett As of April 2023, New York had registered 139,222 electric vehicles among a national growth in cars that aren’t solely powered by fossil fuels. … [Read more...] about Electric vehicle owners to get more places to charge up in the Adirondacks
New York leads the country with ambitious climate goals – acting on those depends partly on local volunteer task forces By Cayte Bosler In 2019, a dark and stormy Halloween pelted record-shattering rains across Upstate New York. … [Read more...] about Communities getting ‘smart’ on climate change
Adirondack public meeting to take place May 10 in Tupper By Cayte Bosler In June of 2020, the Department of Environmental Conservation announced the Climate Justice Working Group to steer the implementation of New York's ambitious Climate Act, … [Read more...] about State opens climate justice discussion
Climate goals, green energy projects, trail work, High Peaks visitor management among topics brought up during hearing By Gwendolyn Craig Lawmakers grilled state department heads about Gov. Kathy Hochul’s proposed environmental conservation … [Read more...] about State’s environmental conservation budget receives lawmakers’ scrutiny