New Coalition Funded to Create a Clean Energy Economy

$4 million grant to help coalition push green energy initiatives By Mark Sommer |  The Buffalo News | March 17, 2016 A coalition of eight local groups announced Thursday an effort to bring renewable energy and good-paying energy jobs to the Buffalo ...

Build Academy’s Recycle House

Mayor Byron W. Brown today presented Eighth Grade students at Buffalo Public School 91, BUILD Academy, with Certificates of Achievement for showing the city of Buffalo that recycling...

Global warming…still happening

Posted on 30 August 2013 by Ari Jokimäki The apparent lack of warming in Earth's surface temperature measurements since 1998 is not yet significant from climatic perspective. Surface temperature also seems to be changing according to IPCC projections…

Food Advocates’ Voter Guide Issue 5: The Environment

                      Ted Cruz-Republican Senator Cruz has often supported allowing the free market to determine the fate of the energy industry. For example, he supported the American Energy Renaissance Act which sought to deregulate the energy industry and remove federal subsidies for renewable energy companies.  Cruz [&hellip

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New citywide Public Awareness Recycling Campaign aims to further increase recycling rates in Buffalo What’s in a number? Today, Mayor Byron W. Brown and a number of community...

Super Harvest Moon Eclipse

Sunday September 27 from 9-11pm Super Harvest Moon Eclipse - A total eclipse of the closest supermoon of the year will happen on September 27th. Join us for a...

Community Benefits Agreements Forum, February 25

Merriweather Library Jefferson and East Utica Thursday, February 25th from 6:30-8pm.   This event is important for anyone who wants the people of Buffalo to take the lead in creating the city’s future. Community Benefits Agreements (CBAs) can make the difference between projects that benefit only a few and projects that can create racial and […]

Updated Buffalo Briefs Now Available

PPG’s Buffalo Briefs are the best place to go when you need the most important data for local trends and issues.  We’ve recently updated the briefs on education, employment, housing, poverty, racial disparities, and immigrants and refugees.  You can find them all here.

Tonawanda Creek Watershed Committee

Meet the member organizations of the Western New York Environmental Alliance!  Organization Name: Tonawanda Creek Watershed Committee Mission: Strive to be a successful regional initiative that is a leader in achieving cleaner water, healthier habitat and ecosystem, and economic sustainability. Vision: We envision preserving, protecting and restoring the Tonawanda Creek watershed to ensure its health, [&hellip

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Cost Of Solar Power 60% Lower Than Early 2011 In US

Originally published on Cost of Solar. The US Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) and GTM Research recently released their latest quarterly report regarding the US solar energy market. There are a ton of interesting facts from the report, such…

The Environment-Economy-Climate-Renewable Energy Magic Kaleidoscope

A wind farm (West Cape Wind Farm, installed in 2009) on the western edge of Prince Edward Island, southwest corner, installed near a provincial park/nature reserve and...