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July 13, 2020

SWIM has joined the NY/NJ Rise to Resilience Coalition 

8 years after hurricane Sandy, our region remains unprepared for the impacts of climate change on coastal and vulnerable communities in New York and New Jersey. Climate change is happening now. One million people in our region are at r...

April 17, 2020

 Image: Jamaica Bay                                                                                                      NYC DEP, 2018...

February 24, 2020

Attention waterway stakeholders: Public Comments are due March 2nd for the Citywide/Open Waters CSO Long Term Control Plan which covers the majority of New York Harbor including the Hudson River, Harlem River, Upper New York Bay, Lower New York Bay, Kill van Kull, the East River, and the western por...

February 24, 2020

At a January 29th public meeting in Long Island City, the NYC Dept. of Environmental Protection (DEP) presented its proposed plan for reducing the roughly 11 billion gallons of combined sewer overflow CSO pollution that discharge yearly into the Hudson, Harlem, and East Rivers, the western portion o...

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SWIM Coalition is sponsored by the NYC Soil & Water Conservation District and Riverkeeper, Inc. Your donations to SWIM's work are tax deductible under the IRS code170(c)3. 


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