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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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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. Thanks Paul! I went to Buchanan’s Village Board meeting last night. Spectra Energy (Not to be confused with … 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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Reportback: FERC rally in DC

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The march on FERC headquarters was a resounding (if soggy) success! For the full summary and lots of great photos, click here!

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