On Wednesday, April 20, 2017, Sustainable Long Island’s Director of Communications and Development, Gabrielle Lindau, and Program Manager, Erika Hill, joined SUNY College at Old Westbury for a very special Earth Week presentation.
Joined by Assistant Professor Chris Hartmann, Ph.D., from the Department of Public Health, Erika and Gabrielle presented to the school’s Environmental Justice […]
On Tuesday, April 18, 2017, Sustainable Long Island and PSEG Long Island hosted a press conference on the critical condition of Long Island’s aquifers, green infrastructure practices and water conservation at PSEG Long Island, 15 Park Drive, Melville, NY 11747.
Sustainable Long Island works every day to promote environmental health, along with economic development and […]
(The Times Beacon Record Newspapers) Scientists and politicians are relied upon to do the bulk of the work to reduce the effects and pace of climate change, but local activist organizations on Long Island are taking on the burden as well.
“I think it’s really important for grassroots and local solutions to tackle this […]
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Sustainable Long Island has an opportunity for you!
The High School Fellowship offers a paid opportunity for students to learn about community and regional planning, civic engagement, and sustainable development. Open to all juniors and […]
Programs internships are geared to those interested in community planning and environmental initiatives with a focus on community outreach and public engagement. Sustainable Long Island is looking for interns to assist with a wide range of planning and advocacy issues, related to community revitalization, brownfield redevelopment, environmental justice, and food equity. The role will involve […]