In this commentary—featured on www.midhudsonnews.com in mid February of 2015—Ned Sullivan describes the many benefits of our Hudson Valley farms and urges people to urge their elected officials to support proposed funding for farmland protection.
In this year-end message—featured on www.midhudsonnews.com in mid January of 2015—Ned Sullivan calls on Gov. Andrew Cuomo to build on the enviromental leadership he showed in 2014 by pursuing four specific initiatives.
This commentary by Ned Sullivan listing four ways Gov. Andrew Cuomo and build on his recent environmental successes—including December's fracking ban—appeared in The Huffington Post in January of 2015.
In this commentary—featured on www.midhudsonnews.com in late November of 2014—Ned Sullivan praises the NYS Public Service Comission for a recent ruling that halted plans for a massive desalination plant in Rockland County and calls on the agency to take similarly decisive action concerning power transmission line proposals.
This commentary by Ned Sullivan praising the New York's Public Service Commission's rejection of a proposal to build an energy-intensive and polluting desalination plant on the Hudson River appeared in The Huffington Post in November of 2014.
In this commentary—featured on www.midhudsonnews.com in late October of 2014—Ned Sullivan calls for a ban on the unsafe DOT-111 rail cars that are currently transporting volatile crude oil along the Hudson River because the threat to our natural and cultural resources is too great.
This commentary by Ned Sullivan and Paul Gallay calling for increased Federal protections on crude oil transport appeared in The Huffington Post in October of 2014.
In this commentary—featured on www.midhudsonnews.com in late September of 2014—Ned Sullivan highlights the contradiction between the NYS Public Service Commission's forward-looking "Reforming the Energy Vision" inititiative and it's support for massive, potentially uncessary power transmission line upgrades.
In this commentary—featured on www.midhudsonnews.com in late August of 2014—Ned Sullivan calls for enhancements to GE's PCB cleanup that would complete the environmental recovery of the river and spark the economic revitalization of neighboring communities.