Treading Water

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Erratic weather patterns have become more prevalent, causing climate change believers to cite them as evidence of the declining health of the Earth. Still,...

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It doesn’t take much to start helping the environment. Eight-year-old me was exploring a stream with my brother and our friends. As we began heading...

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Today I am going to pull back the curtain and let you see what is going on backstage at the newspaper office. To begin,...

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Coastal communities on Long Island face a monumental challenge in the century ahead that will determine the fate of the most inhabited island in...

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By Victoria Espinoza Fishing is a nearly $2 billion industry on Long Island, bringing hundreds of jobs to Suffolk County annually. Rising water temperature has...

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While surrounded by salt water, Long Island is in the midst of a drought that is heading into its third year. Amid a trend...

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Scientists and politicians are relied upon to do the bulk of the work to reduce the effects and pace of climate change, but local...

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Sills Gully Beach, Shoreham: Sills Gully Beach in Shoreham is a prime example of erosion due to storm events, according to Brookhaven Councilwoman Jane...

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Town, county and state officials on both sides of the aisle agree that climate change poses a real threat to Long Island. That’s why...

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The United States Environmental Protection Agency was founded in 1970 to do as its name suggests; protect the environment. However, if the words and...

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