April 22, 2012
by Claire Morgenstern
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What Earth Day Means to Millennials

Claire Morgenstern, Online and Social Media Development, NRDC Membership, New York
Today is Earth Day. And I, by virtue of being a member of the first generation to have grown up with this holiday, am an Earth Day expert. I’ve mad… Continue reading

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March 22, 2012
by Sarah Chasis
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The National Ocean Policy Will Help Fishermen

Sarah Chasis, Senior Attorney and Director, Ocean Initiative, New York
Today the U.S. House of Representatives Subcommittee on Fisheries, Wildlife, Oceans and Insular Affairs is holding a hearing entitled “Empty Hooks: The Nationa… Continue reading

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February 21, 2012
by Sarah Chasis
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New York Takes First Step to Help Protect Shark Populations Worldwide

Sarah Chasis, Senior Attorney and Director, Ocean Initiative, New York
Today, New York Assembly Members Alan Maisel and Grace Meng announced the beginning of an important effort to help restore shark populations worldwide. Their bill, A… Continue reading

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October 24, 2011
by Mark Izeman
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Wanted: Food Lawyers!

Mark Izeman, Senior Attorney and Director of the New York Urban Program, New York
Today is national food day.
But instead of writing about my favorite recipe, I thought instead I would pass along one word of career advice for aspiring l… Continue reading

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May 2, 2011
by Sasha Lyutse
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NRDC fact sheet lays out biomass basics, campaign calls for action to tell EPA our forests aren’t fuel

Sasha Lyutse, Policy Analyst, New York Today NRDC and our partners are calling on all concerned citizens to learn about the risks of using the wrong types of biomass for energy and to tell EPA not to allow power companies to use the worst types of biom… Continue reading

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