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Conservation

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Top Conservation Articles

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  • Two Grant Programs Honor Middletown Advocate Katchen Coley

    Two Grant Programs Honor Middletown Advocate Katchen Coley
    MIDDLETOWN — Two funds have recently awarded grants in the name of environmentalist and advocate Katchen Coley, who died last year. The Katchen Coley Society has awarded seven grants to clients and programs of the Connection, Inc., and is...
  • Robert Redford Honored with Walden Woods Project's Global Environmental Leadership Award

    Robert Redford will be the second recipient of the Walden Woods Project's global environmental leadership award this year. Redford will be presented with the award on Sept. 16 at the Citi Performing Arts Center/Wang Theatre in Boston for his "life-long...
  • Moving Homes In Harm's Way Beats Trying To Save Them

    Moving Homes In Harm's Way Beats Trying To Save Them
    A state program known as Shore Up Connecticut, announced this week, provides fixed-interest-rate loans to residents of shoreline towns so they may better protect their properties from the increasing threat of high water from storms. For affected...
  • Water-use restrictions take effect in California; daily fines possible

    Water-use restrictions take effect in California; daily fines possible
    Tough new statewide regulations restricting outdoor water use took effect Tuesday, the same day millions of gallons of water gushed from a ruptured water main near the UCLA campus.  Under the emergency conservation restrictions, which were approved July...
  • ICM, Manatt and Originate Form Incubator for Media and Tech Startups

    ICM Partners, software developer Originate and law and consulting firm Manatt, Phelps & Phillips have created O Labs, a joint venture designed to fund and develop media and technology startups by pooling resources from each partner. L.A.-based O Labs...
  • Discovery Science Center's L.A. offshoot museum to open in November

    Discovery Science Center's L.A. offshoot museum to open in November
    Turning a lingering and expensive civic embarrassment into a new asset for science education, a never-used, $21.8-million building paid for by the city to give the San Fernando Valley its first major museum finally will open Nov. 13 at Hansen Dam...
  • New Britain Professor To Discuss Climate Change

    NEW BRITAIN - Central Connecticut State University Prof. Sadanand Nanjundiah will speak about global climate change on July 30. Nanjundiah, who teaches physics, is scheduled to talk at 7 p.m. at the public library at 20 High St. For details, contact...
  • Drilling, fracking controversial for Va., Hampton Roads

    Drilling, fracking controversial for Va., Hampton Roads
    Hydraulic fracturing to squeeze oil and gas from rock buried deep underground is either a financial windfall for landowners and communities or an environmental Pandora's box — depending on whom you ask. Until now, eastern Virginia hasn't been...
  • Activist will fight delay of vehicle fuels in cap-and-trade system

    Billionaire environmental activist Tom Steyer, who has pledged to spend $100 million in the midterm elections to push his climate change agenda across the nation, announced Tuesday that he would fight efforts to delay a key element of California's...
  • Another AAC Trophy? Aresco Might Be Top Cheerleader In Nation

    Another AAC Trophy? Aresco Might Be Top Cheerleader In Nation
    NEWPORT, R.I. — The weight of modern athletic history, one made all the heavier by the bottomless moneybags of network television, is against him and his league. Deep down, Mike Aresco must know this. Yet it didn't stop the American Athletic...
  • Dennis Anderson: Where do deer hunters go from here?

    Front and center last week when the Department of Natural Resources announced a significant paring back of the deer hunting season this fall was the realization that the agency has ever-fewer cards to play in its attempt to attract and retain hunters....