Sewage Pollution Right to Know Law 101

Save the Sound is urging the public and the press to access reports in CT and/or sign up to receive alerts in NY and share them in your community. The Sewage Pollution Right to Know Law (SPRTK) went into effect in May 2013 making information about sewage overflows publicly available. Since that time thousands of […]

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Press Release: Final Electric Vehicle Roadmap released, Electric Vehicle Coalition weighs in

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 23, 2020 Contacts Save the Sound: Melissa Schlag, mschlag@savethesound.org Sierra Club: Samantha Dynowski, samantha.dynowski@sierraclub.org Final Electric Vehicle Roadmap released, Electric Vehicle Coalition weighs inCoalition of clean energy advocates, businesses, labor, and environmental justice groups respond to final EV Roadmap HARTFORD, CONN. – The Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) released […]

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Black Rock Harbor Water Quality Summit

Organized by Peter Spain, Ash Creek Conservation Association (ACCA) and Save the Sound, the 1st Annual Black Rock Harbor Water Quality Summit was held with a packed house at the Bridgeport Regional Aquaculture School in Bridgeport, Connecticut on February 26, 2020. The summit gathered area residents, local officials and water quality experts to discuss the current conditions and future improvements in Black Rock Harbor and Bridgeport’s progress in addressing municipal sewage overflows and stormwater mitigation.

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PRESS RELEASE: Auto emissions rollbacks are step backward for nation’s health and environment

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEMarch 31, 2020 ContactMelissa Schlag, mschlag@ctenvironment.orgLaura McMillan, lmcmillan@ctenvironment.org Auto emissions rollbacks are step backward for nation’s health and environment New Haven, Conn. – Today the federal government announced final rules that significantly roll back automobile fuel economy and tailpipe standards. Under the new rule, average motor vehicle fuel economy would need to reach […]

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PRESS RELEASE: CFE/Save the Sound 2020 Connecticut legislative agenda focuses on Climate, Resiliency, and Long Island Sound

      FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 4, 2019 CFE/Save the Sound 2020 Connecticut legislative agenda focuses on Climate, Resiliency, and Long Island Sound NEW HAVEN, CONN. – During the 2020 Connecticut legislative session beginning February 5, Connecticut Fund for the Environment/Save the Sound will focus on climate, clean waters, coastal resiliency, and defending against […]

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FIRST UNIFIED WATER STUDY SUMMIT HELD AT EARTHPLACE

On the cold, crisp early morning of November 14, 2019, participants in the Unified Water Study (UWS) began to arrive at Earthplace in Westport, CT, ready to drop off their scientific equipment and close out the 2019 monitoring season. Sixty-two attendees representing twenty-two monitoring groups and key study partners gathered for the 2019 UWS Summit, […]

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Artists and nature—Oswegatchie Hills provide both medium and inspiration

People flock to nature preserves for multiple reasons—exercise, fresh air, solitude, a respite from electronics. While the craggy Oswegatchie Hills Nature Preserve in East Lyme is popular with hikers who love winding trails through rugged terrain, around gigantic glacial boulders, and through low-lying wetlands, it also regularly draws artists and nature-lovers who revel in the […]

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Used Electric Cars are BARGAINS and Cheap to Operate

CFE/Save the Sound president Curt Johnson reflects on the best deal he’s found—for his wallet and the planet. When it comes to buying used cars, I’m cheap. I go for reliable, inexpensive, and preferably comfortable wheels. Earlier this summer, I was pleasantly surprised to learn an important bargain hunting secret—low mileage, first-generation electric cars are […]

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