Help Fight Climate Change
- Call the Governor & tell him to deny fossil fuel infrastructure expansion! 1-518-474-8390
- Check out the video from our October 15, 2020 Make Polluters Pay event with New York Attorney General Letitia James.
New York cannot break its addiction to fossil fuels and move to a renewable future by permitting new infrastructure that will lock us into decades of fossil fuel use. TAKE ACTION TODAY! Call Governor Cuomo today to urge him to use the State’s powers to deny permits, Water Quality Certifications, or other regulatory approvals for transmission pipelines, power generating plants, compressor stations, and fossil fuel infrastructure projects that are environmental hazards and would perpetuate New York’s dependence on burning natural gas, coal, and oil for energy generation. Tell the Governor: No more fossil fuel infrastructure!
Call Today: 1-518-474-8390
With climate deniers firmly in control of national policies, it will be up to the states to hold corporate polluters accountable. The Office of the New York State Attorney General is currently leading an investigation into whether the oil industry misled investors, regulators and the public about climate change and thwarted efforts that would curb emissions of greenhouse gases. Oil and Gas corporations must tell the public and their shareholders the truth about their role in accelerating the pace of climate change. The Office of the New York State Attorney General is one of the last checks on the immense power of the Oil and Gas industry. This is a David vs. Goliath issue, and it will shape the planet for years and decades to come. Join us in urging the Attorney General to pursue the investigation to the fullest extent of the law.
Big Oil and Gas corporations...CONCEALED the truth about the catastrophic consequences of fossil fuel use on the climate. MISLED the public, investors, and regulators. ATTACKED real science and those who spoke against them. CORRUPTED the democratic process to prevent climate action.
YOU can hold them accountable!
Please check out Mr. Bevis Longstreth’s views on the Attorney General’s investigation: In Praise of the Martin Act and the Attorney General’s Use of It to Investigate Exxon’s “Tobacco Strategy.” Mr. Longstreth is a former Commissioner of the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) under President Ronald Reagan.
Budget Question New Yorkers Should Be Asking (WAMC, January 18, 2021)
Green energy economy leads Cuomo’s third State of State address (Adirondack Explorer, January 14, 2021)
New York poised to expand green energy on grid (Niagara Gazette, January 13, 2021)
Cuomo unveils ambitious green energy program for New York (WRVO, January 14, 2021)
Cuomo outlines ambitious green dreams in third part of State of the State address (Daily News, January 13, 2021)
Can Green Jobs Push Revive New York's Economy? (Spectrum News, January 13, 2021)
State plans renewable energy expansion (Oneonta Daily Star,)
State of the State: Episode Three (City & State, January 13, 2021)
New York Must Keep Up Climate & Environmental Wins in 2021 (Clean Technica, January 9, 2021)
A Dark Day In American History (WAMC, January 11, 2021)
Local environmentalists seek stronger regulations with new administration (ABC News 10, January 11, 2021)
The 2021 Legislative Session Begins (WAMC, January 4, 2020)
How safe is Rockland's drinking water? Coalition hearing to put toxins under a microscope (Lohud.com, January 4, 2021)
Over 150 groups call on NY to eliminate fossil fuel subsidies from budget (WIVB, December 30, 2020)
2020 Heads For The Exit (WAMC, December 28, 2020)
Environmental groups mount campaign against use of brine as deicer in New York (Fingerlakes1.com, December 23, 2020)
NYPIRG's Liz Moran listed as one of City & State Energy and Environment Power 100 (City & State, December 21, 2020)
Five years after Hoosick Falls water crisis, lawmakers and citizens say other small communities are still at risk (The Legislative Gazette, December 18, 2020)
Cuomo signs law banning plastic foam food packaging (Auburnpub.com, December 4, 2020)
Bill signing to ban burning of AFFF firefighting foam with PFAS chemicals in Cohoes (Troy Record, November 25, 2020)
Social Justice, Environmental Organizations Applaud Governor Cuomo’s Proposal to Ban Water Shut-Offs During States of Emergency
NYPIRG Reacts To Governor Cuomo's Budget Proposal
NYPIRG Reacts to Governor's 4th 2021 State of the State Address on NYS Infrastructure Needs
NYPIRG Reacts to Governor's State of the State Environmental Plans and Priorities
Youth, Climate, and Environmental Organizations Respond to Governor Cuomo’s Environment State of the State Address
NYPIRG Reacts to Governor’s First Installment of His 2021 State of the State Address
NYPIRG and dozens of other civic organizations urge lawmakers to keep revenues from the Stock Transfer Tax in order to avert deep state cuts to environmental, health care, and higher education programs
150+ organizations call for end of fossil fuel subsidies
Release: Coalition Releases Analysis Finding Road Spreading of oil and gas waste ongoing
Factsheet: Analysis Uncovers Ongoing Oil and Gas Waste Road Spreading
NYPIRG Statement on Legislation Banning Burning of Toxic Firefighting Foam in Cohoes Becoming Law
NYPIRG Student Voter Helpline Finds Some Confusion, Fewer Problems
NYPIRG to Open Statewide Student Voter Helpline on Nov 3
Make Polluters Pay Event With New York Attorney General Letitia James (Video)
New Yorkers Guide to Fight Plastic Pollution - A Toolkit for Action
Release: NYPIRG Publishes “New Yorkers Guide to Fight Plastic Pollution” as New York Begins Enforcement of its Plastic Bag Ban
Statement on decision to sign Albany County Air Act in law
NYPIRG Applauds NY's Decision to Close Fracking Waste Loophole
NYPIRG Announces Gene Russianoff Retires
NYPIRG Applauds Passage of Bill Closing Fracking Waste Loophole