PRESS RELEASE: May 21 – Celebrate World Fish Migration Day Along the Farmington River

Enjoy time outdoors, and learn about the rivers near you through a fish’s point of view. World Fish Migration Day: The Migration Celebration Tuesday, May 21 | 3 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. Northwest Park Nature Center, 145 Lang Road, Windsor, CT 06095 New Haven – The Nature Conservancy of Connecticut, Save the Sound, and the […]

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PRESS RELEASE: Save the Sound Releases 2023 Connecticut Cleanup Data

Save the Sound’s new 2023 infographic looks at another year of Connecticut Cleanup data and continuing trends in trash. Save the Sound has been the official Connecticut coordinator for Ocean Conservancy’s International Coastal Cleanup for the past 22 years and is committed to a trash-free Long Island Sound region.  Present in our region’s streams, marshes, parks, and beaches, large […]

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PRESS RELEASE: Save the Sound’s priority agenda for 2024 Connecticut legislative session

Climate accountability, clean cars, getting toxics out of water, protecting streams and wetlands, strengthening environmental justice top list New Haven, CT — Save the Sound today released its priorities for the 2024 Connecticut legislative session, one week ahead of the start of the February – May session. The agenda was previously shared with each member […]

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Press Release: Dam Removal Report Illuminates the Effects of Stream Barriers

The Long Island Sound River Restoration Network (RRN), a network of Connecticut and New York-based organizations dedicated to the restoration and health of the region’s rivers, has released their Dam Removal Report. The report summarizes the benefits of removing dams to restore free-flowing rivers in the Long Island Sound watershed and showcases a dam removal […]

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Press Release: Save the Sound statement on dangerous breach of Fitchville Pond Dam

Time to “protect people living in the shadow of dangerous dams”

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PRESS RELEASE: Partisanship, Oil Interests Kill Life-Saving Clean Cars and Trucks Standards by Politicizing Bipartisan Regulatory Process

Connecticut is the only state to conclude the rulemaking process by failing to adopt new standards to limit toxic tailpipe pollution. Hartford — Tomorrow, the Lamont administration is expected to announce that the proposed Advanced Clean Cars II (ACCII), Advanced Clean Trucks (ACT), and Heavy-Duty Omnibus (HDO) programs will be withdrawn from consideration by the […]

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Taking Action for CT Clean Vehicle Standards

Carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide. Sulfur dioxide. Particulate matter.  These are just a few of the pollutants that spew from car tailpipes, hurting our health and worsening climate change. Vehicles are Connecticut’s biggest source of greenhouse gas emissions, and New York’s second-biggest.   Right now, Connecticut residents have an opportunity to help combat this.  Click […]

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PRESS RELEASE: New report finds HVAC and water heaters in CT generate 8x as much smog-forming NOx pollution as all the state’s power plants combined

Strong air quality standards for HVAC and water heaters are needed to improve air quality, cut heating bills, and slow climate change. HARTFORD — Burning gas, oil, and propane in furnaces and water heaters generates a staggering 23% of Connecticut’s nitrogen oxide (NOx) pollution, more than eight times as much as the state’s power plants, […]

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Celebrate World Fish Migration Day! Join us for a river walk, networking, the premiere screening of “Reconnected: Restoring the Rivers of Long Island Sound,” and a panel discussion with experts and advocates.

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