Environment and Energy

Heading Back To Work, Furloughed Federal Workers Remain Cautious About The Future
Environment and Energy, Law and Politics, New York, topslot

Heading Back To Work, Furloughed Federal Workers Remain Cautious About The Future

New York, NY – EPA environmental engineer Anthony Tseng was inside the Downtown Community Television Center on Lafayette Street in Manhattan on Friday night, along with friends and colleagues cautiously celebrating the end of the longest government shutdown in U.S history, when he got an email confirming that he and his co-workers would, in fact,…

NYC Emergency Management Distributes Coats
Environment and Energy, Features, Health and Safety, Municipal Government, New York

NYC Emergency Management Distributes Coats

NEW YORK, NY – On Wednesday December 5th, the New York City Emergency Management Department and New York Cares  distributed more than 300 winter coats at the Salvation Army in Harlem. “Each winter, many New Yorkers face the extreme cold without a warm coat. Prolonged exposure to cold weather can lead to hypothermia, frostbite, and can…

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