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Citizens rally in Hartford to urge protection of CT’s ocean beaches and businesses

Connecticut residents rally to oppose new offshore drilling plan

In Hartford on Tuesday, Feb. 13, Connecticut residents rallied to express opposition to a federal proposal that would open up 90% of the nation’s coastline — including all of Connecticut’s shores — to oil and gas drilling.

EPA and NFWF awarded $1.2 million in funding for projects in CT

Today, top federal and state environmental officials announced 20 grants totaling $1.29 million to local government and community groups to improve the health and ecosystem of Long Island Sound.

Seaside Center at Innis Arden Cottage, Greenwich Point Park.

SHU professor to discuss Connecticut’s coastal resilience

Dr. Jennifer Mattei of Sacred Heart University will discuss Connecticut’s coastal resilience, examining strategies to deal with sea level rise and storm surge in coastal communities on Sunday, March 6.

Sound barriers are a waste of money

One and a half million dollars a mile. Is that the cost of building a new lane on I-95?

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