NYPIRG 50th Anniversary Celebration
NYPIRG is turning 50 – RSVP today! We hope that you can join us for this milestone to support NYPIRG, reconnect with friends and colleagues from years past, and get involved with our urgent issues and campaigns.
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New York debates voting by mail (WAMC, September 25, 2023)
Gobernadora Hochul promulga paquete legislativo para fortalecer los derechos electorales en Nueva York (El Diario, September 21, 2023)
A good day for democracy in New York (The Daily Gazette, September 21, 2023)
END FOSSIL FUELS: Thousands gather in NYC for climate justice rally (New York Amsterdam News, September 19, 2023)
AOC joins thousands in New York climate change march with furious message for Biden (Fox News, September 18, 2023)
Cuomo wins another round to protect his multi-million dollar book deal (WAMC, September 18, 2023)
SU’s Student Association discusses advocacy, plans to improve Title IX (The Daily Orange, September 18, 2023)
Tens of thousands march to kick off climate summit, demanding end to warming-causing fossil fuels (NY1, September 17, 2023)
Ethics commission ruled unconstitutional (My Twin Tiers, September 16, 2023)
N.Y. ethics commission meets for first time since court ruling (Spectrum News, September 13, 2023)
Future of NYS ethics commission up in the air (CNY Homepage, September 13, 2023)
Bus to end fossil fuel march in New York City (Hudson Valley One, September 13, 2023)
Judge strikes down New York state ethics panel (WXXI, September 11, 2023)
Landlords could get two-year break on Local Law 97 penalties if they demonstrate ‘good faith’ effort to decarbonize (AM New York, September 12, 2023)
Taking action to avoid climate catastrophe (WAMC, September 11, 2023)
Suit spurs talk of constitutional ethics change (Spectrum News, September 11, 2023)
Cuomo Wins Book Lawsuit, Leaving New York’s Ethics Panel in Limbo (The New York Times, September 11, 2023)
Discussing the threat of climate change (WXXI News, September 6, 2023)
New York Cigarette Taxes Rise By $1 Per Pack, Highest In Nation (The Post Journal, September 4, 2023)
New York’s premier college financial aid program is wrapping up its 50th year (WAMC, September 4, 2023)
The biblical rains that are devastating parts of the state are fresh evidence that the costs of adapting New York's infrastructure to the world climate’s "new abnormal" will be staggering. Legislation -- approved by the Senate (S.2129A) -- would require the largest oil companies to help pick up the tab and do it in a manner that will stop them from passing the costs on to consumers. Read NYPIRG's statement on downstate's devastating floods.
Advocates and Business call on Governor Hochul and DEC to release grant funds to struggling Bottle Redemption Businesses
Thousands Join March to End Fossil Fuels, Demand Biden Declare Climate Emergency & Phase Out Plan
NYers face hundreds of millions of dollars in climate costs while big oil racks up huge profits, nearly three-quarters of a trillion dollars over past 30 months
NYPIRG 50th Anniversary, Celebrating Five Decades of Victories and College Student Empowerment, Will Be Held on October 13th in NYC – Author and Activist Jane Fonda, Community Service Society's David Jones, State Senator Liz Krueger, U.S. Sen. Schumer's State Director Martin Brennan, and New Deal Strategies' Camille Rivera to Receive NYPIRG's "Changemaker" Awards
New York’s “New Normal” Not Normal at All: Frequent Climate Disasters, Staggering Costs — Governor Hochul Leaves New Yorkers on the Financial Hook for Billions of Dollars in Climate Damages and Extreme Weather Emergency Preparedness While Letting Big Oil off the Hook
NYPIRG Has Updated Its 2023 Legislative Session Review, Including the New York State Assembly Actions
With New York Budget Deficits Growing and Climate Costs Soaring, Will the Assembly Make Big Oil Pick Up the Tab? NYPIRG Urges Assembly to Pass Climate Change Superfund Act
Tale of the Tape: NYPIRG's 2023 Legislative Review – The number of bills that passed in the Senate increased, while that number decreased in the Assembly. The Governor's use of emergency "messages of necessity" continues to move upward.
Congressmen Goldman and Nadler joined with NYS legislators, NYPIRG and other advocates to call on Albany leadership to make corporate climate polluters pay
Video – Disinformation: The Fossil Fuel Industry's Campaign to Undermine New York's Climate Act
VICTORY! NYPIRG Celebrates First in the Nation Law to Electrify New Buildings
Statement: NYPIRG Reacts to Gov Hochul Leaving Climate Change Superfund Out of the Budget
As Albany Negotiates a State Budget, NYC College Students Call for Free and Reduced Price Transit Fares for Education Access
Faith Leaders, Environmentalists, Senators: New York Needs to Show The Nation How to Tackle Climate Catastrophe - Groups Urge Albany Lawmakers to Include Green Power, Big Oil Superfund in Final Budget
NYPIRG REACTS TO ONE-HOUSE BUDGET BILLS – This week, both houses released their "one house" budget bills. Now lawmakers' attention will turn to negotiating differences. Here are key policy areas where NYPIRG has advocated and for which the Governor, the Senate, and the Assembly have established budget positions.
Release: New York’s Tobacco Control Efforts are “Up In Smoke” Due to Shrinking State Support
Report: Up In Smoke: Billions from Tobacco Use, Pennies for New York’s Tobacco Control
REPORT: Rebuild by Design releases the report “Atlas of Disaster: New York State” that identifies the impacts of recent climate disasters across New York State at the county level, for the years 2011-2021.
Top Big Oil Corporations Announce Record $215 Billion 2022 Profits – New Yorkers Tell Albany Leaders: Make Climate Polluters Pay!