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Paul Gallay has worked for over 25 years to protect the environment and support local communities, as a non-profit executive, public official and educator. For thirteen years, Paul worked for the New York State’s Attorney General and Department of Environmental Conservation. After leaving government, Paul served as Westchester Land Trust’s executive director from 2000 to 2008. WLT helped protect thousands of acres of sensitive land and successfully pushed for sounder, more sustainable development practices. Before joining Riverkeeper in July 2010, Paul served nearly two years as president of Maine Coast Heritage Trust, helping MCHT open its preserves to the public and engage more deeply with local communities.
Paul graduated from Columbia Law School in 1984. His undergraduate degree is from Williams College. Paul grew up in Thornwood, near the Kensico Reservoir, where he learned to fish. His new home, as Riverkeeper, will be in the Village of Ossining.
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A middle-aged married couple in China was diagnosed with pneumonic plague, a highly infectious disease similar to bubonic plague, which ravaged Europe in the middle ages, as CNN reported.
Dairy aisles have exploded with milk and milk alternative options over the past few years, and choosing the healthiest milk isn't just about the fat content.
Whether you're looking beyond cow's milk for health reasons or dietary preferences or simply want to experiment with different options, you may wonder which type of milk is healthiest for you.
At least 1,688 dams across the U.S. are in such a hazardous condition that, if they fail, could force life-threatening floods on nearby homes, businesses, infrastructure or entire communities, according to an in-depth analysis of public records conducted by the the Associated Press.
By Sabrina Kessler
Far-reaching allegations about how a climate-sinning American multinational could shamelessly lie to the public about its wrongdoing mobilized a small group of New York students on a cold November morning. They stood in front of New York's Supreme Court last week to follow the unprecedented lawsuit against ExxonMobil.
By Alex Robinson
Leah Garcés used to hate poultry farmers.
The animal rights activist, who opposes factory farming, had an adversarial relationship with chicken farmers until around five years ago, when she sat down to listen to one. She met a poultry farmer called Craig Watts in rural North Carolina and learned that the problems stemming from factory farming extended beyond animal cruelty.
Temperatures plunged rapidly across the U.S. this week and around 70 percent of the population is expected to experience temperatures around freezing Wednesday.