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LEDs LIGHTS UP CITIES

More and more large cities in the United States are replacing traditional street lights with newer light-emitting diodes or LED lights. The LEDs use much

Federated Conservationists of Westchester County

The Federated Conservationists of Westchester County, NY (FCWC), based in White Plains, NY,  has been addressing environmental issues in Westchester County since 1965. They have

CLIMATE WEEK EVENTS IN NEW YORK CITY

This is the 7th annual Climate Week in New York City. Listed below are just a few events that are mostly free, some need pre-registration.Over

Two Walking to Paris for COP21

(text below is taken from a press release from The Fallon Forum) Normandy-to-Paris Walk for Climate Action Two Americans who walked across U.S continue on

Obama’s Clean Power Plan

“There is such a thing as being too late when it comes to climate change,” said President Obama when he announced his action plan for

Droughts & Floods

Droughts and floods have headlined world news for years, but this year weather-related events have broken many records. Drought is ravaging California for the fourth

Eco-Tourism? Or Final Pilgrimages?

In the June, 2015 issue of Traveler magazine, a beautifully written article by Kevin West reveals a growing trend in travelogues. His article, “Getting Warmer,”