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Port Ambrose LNG Back in Play Again!

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Remember Port Ambrose, the LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas) marine port that Liberty Natural Gas LLC has proposed for the ocean off Long Beach and Jones Beach? Last July, 2013, a packed public hearing took place at the Allegria Hotel in Long … Continue reading

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FERC’s Dysfunctional Dominion Hearing Creates Backlash

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In his book, David and Goliath, Malcolm Gladwell discusses several historical examples, from Northern Ireland to the American Civil Rights movement, when public resistance has been spurred (and subsequently succeeded) whenever the powers that be have gone overboard in their … Continue reading

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Reportback from AIM Hearing

This is a guest post from our friend Paul Stark, who attended the recent hearing on the Algonquin Incremental Market (AIM) project. Paul is a member of the NYC Grassroots Alliance. Thanks Paul! I went to Buchanan’s Village Board meeting … Continue reading

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Climate Week Reportback

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By Patrick Robbins Here at Sane Energy Project, we’ve had a pretty quiet couple of days, you know, nothing big. Except for the premiere of our groundbreaking mapping tool on Saturday, the biggest climate march in history on Sunday, a … Continue reading

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YOU ARE HERE Launches!

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For two years, Sane Energy Project has been working in collaboration with our upstate allies and talented technical consultants to create a groundbreaking, interactive mapping tool that catalogs the existing and proposed shale gas infrastructure in New York State. Now, you can … Continue reading

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The Climate March, Explained

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We know, it’s a complicated event. Here’s our guide  to the march logistics and our picks for the best satellite events leading up to Sept. 21st.

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YOU ARE HERE photos

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The contributors to the mapping project joined us to put a human face on the places at risk or already devastated by fracking infrastructure in New York. These are our neighbors, and they are dealing with pipelines, compressor stations and … Continue reading

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