offshore wind

A Clean & Wildlife-Friendly Energy Future for The Garden State

The urgency of the climate crisis was felt at the Liberty Science Center in Jersey City, where former Vice-President Al Gore joined New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy in his announcement …

A New Home for Fish: How Offshore Wind Turbines Create Artificial Reefs

The fishing community cannot be characterized plainly. For many people – from anglers that fish recreationally to those who make their living from the seas – there is so much …

Offshore Wind Power Victories Demonstrate Clean Energy Pathway Protects People and Wildlife

The time for talk is over. The climate and wildlife crisis is getting worse every day (more floods, more polar ice caps melting, a million species at risk–the stories go …

A Big Deal for Right Whales

Today offers a unique reason for optimism that offshore wind power can rise to its full potential as a major new energy source for America. The developer of our first large-scale …

Offshore Wind Lease Auction Blows Old Record Out of the…

Offshore Wind Power: A Clean Energy Victory for Wildlife!

A 4AM Fishing Adventure: Lessons from New York City’s Jamaica…

North Atlantic right whale

A Reason for Hope in 2018: The US Offshore Wind Power Race is On!

Just one month in, 2018 is already proving to be a pivotal year for American offshore wind power – a game-changing yet untapped resource that can create thousands of jobs …

A Sneak Preview of 2018 Conservation

The past year left many people wondering about the future for wildlife in America. We saw the Trump Administration wreak havoc on our land, water, and air, rolling back regulations …

Climate Disruption Lit “Bomb Cyclone” Fuse

From Florida to Maine, the East Coast is being hit by a “Bomb Cyclone” – an ordinary winter storm that experienced explosive strengthening over warm Atlantic waters. It comes during …

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