In Connecticut, around 61% of the state’s population lives in an area threatened by coastal flooding. As towns and cities look to the future, there is a deep history and an increasing sense of urgency to act.
The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) addressed concerns on Friday about air quality after social media posts […]
Following the accidental release of chemicals known as PFAS, or per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, into the Farmington River in July […]
In a letter on Tuesday, University President Radenka Maric announced that UConn would be going carbon neutral within the next eight years.
Farmers in all eight of Connecticut’s counties are eligible to receive federal funding to assist with losses due to this summer’s drought conditions.
It might be hard to believe after the rainfall we received last week but the state of Connecticut is still very much in a drought.
In early August of 2018, Shannon Coolbeth pulled off the highway and into a rest stop, reclined her seat back […]