What We Do

Save the Sound leads environmental action in your region. We fight climate change, save endangered lands, protect the Sound and its rivers, and work with nature to restore ecosystems.

Climate & Resiliency

Leading on climate action through bold policy and projects that help neighborhoods and ecosystems adapt.

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Healthy Waters

Protecting clean water and restoring ecosystems through science, community collaboration, advocacy, and legal action.

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Protected Lands

Winning battles to preserve our region’s threatened forests, islands, wetlands, and riverfronts.

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Ecological Restoration

Creating lasting physical change that strengthens natural ecosystems to benefit both wildlife and people.

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Impact Map

Save the Sound works across the entire Long Island Sound region. Whether you’re in inland Connecticut, Westchester County, Long Island’s East End, or somewhere in between, we have a project near you.

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Latest Data & Publications

The new Long Island Sound Report Card was just released! In 2020, we added 50 new grades for the bays on the margins of the Sound.
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Clean energy isn’t just good for the environment, it’s good for people. An analysis by Synapse Energy Economics found aggressive renewable energy growth would lead to more jobs and better health for the region.
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Next Event

2023 Annual Meeting – Sunday, Oct. 1 at 4 p.m. Join us at the Larchmont Yacht Club in New York. We will celebrate achievements, explore a greener future, and enjoy the view of Long Island Sound with refreshments in hand.

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Join the fight! Memberships start at just $25 – support that’s badly needed now for a healthy, sustainable environment over the long term.

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