Why we say ‘no’ to new fossil fuel projects like the CPV power plant and Valley Lateral Pipeline
Action / History

Why we say ‘no’ to new fossil fuel projects like the CPV power plant and Valley Lateral Pipeline

Riverkeeper fights every day for a clean, safe and secure energy future, without which our precious drinking water supplies and the iconic Hudson River will never truly be protected. This means opposing all new fossil fuel infrastructure projects, which are unnecessary and threaten both the climate and the Hudson; promoting the enormous opportunities associated with … Continue reading

Editorials / History

“With much love and wishes for a Clean Energy Future!” by Connie Hogarth

“A little reminiscing and history: This struggle started early in the “70’s, with the mother of the movement to shut down Ind Pt, the late Irene Dickinson of Ossining , myself and Lorna Saltzman, lifetime environmentalist , I think now with Friends of the Earth….and young John Cronin! And a little later, Richard Brodsky,in the … Continue reading

How a Major Utility Came to See Renewables and Efficiency as a Better Deal Than Nuclear
History / News

How a Major Utility Came to See Renewables and Efficiency as a Better Deal Than Nuclear

“Pacific Gas & Electric, California’s biggest utility, made a historic proposal to shut down California’s last nuclear power plant, called Diablo Canyon. PG&E is arguing that replacing Diablo’s output with a mix of energy efficiency and renewables will not only cost less than relicensing Diablo, but will also lead to a more reliable and flexible … Continue reading