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Whether you’re interested in learning how we’re fighting to cut regional carbon emissions, protecting your cherished places, restoring natural habitats and ecosystems, or tracking down sewage leaks that threaten your clean water, you can find it here.
Find a past webinar, panel, or discussion at our virtual archive.
Save the Sound’s 2022 Long Island Sound Report Card Release – Thursday, Nov. 17 at 11 a.m. – Watch the recording!
Save the Sound recently released our biennial 2022 Long Island Sound Report Card with simultaneous press conferences hosted in Connecticut and New York. This report tracks and publicizes the ecological health of Long Island Sound. Every other year, Save the Sound assembles water monitoring data and, using an assessment methodology designed for the Report Card, scores water quality in five regions of Long Island Sound and in 53 bays and bay segments. If you missed it, visit our Facebook page to view a live stream recording of the press conference.
1st Annual LIS Sustainable & Resilient Communities Bi-State Workshop – Thursday, Dec. 1 from 12:30 to 4 p.m. – Webinar
The Long Island Sound Study is hosting a virtual workshop to bring together local government, Indigenous, tribal, and community leaders; nonprofits; and other stakeholders from New York and Connecticut to learn more about opportunities to increase the resilience of coastal Long Island Sound communities to various environmental challenges. Our ecological restoration team will be presenting at this workshop. Don’t miss out! Click here to register.
What are the Grades? 2022 Long Island Sound Report Card Overview – Friday, Dec. 2 from 12 to 1:15 p.m. – Webinar
On Nov. 17, Save the Sound released the 2022 Long Island Sound Report Card, our biennial report on the ecological health of the open waters of the Sound and more than 50 bays and bay segments. Join Peter Linderoth, our director of water quality, and other Save the Sound staff, the Report Card’s science advisors, and Unified Water Study partners in a discussion of the findings in this new Report Card, insights into the bay grades and how that data is collected in the UWS, and how the Report Card itself can be used to secure funding for projects that benefit Long Island Sound. Click here to register.
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Find solace in nature during trying times:
Enjoy our #NatureOfHope series, highlighting our staff’s favorite outdoor places around Connecticut and New York. Click here to view the video series.
Learn better ways to live waste-free:
Get some tips on how to live a zero-waste life in our #homeECOnomics video series. Our staff is sharing their favorite tips with you while we’re all staying safe at home. Click here to view the video series.