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Kyle Rabin

What Is Long Island Sound Worth?

Kyle Rabin | Posted 09.25.2014 | New York
Kyle Rabin

Once called the "American Mediterranean" and more recently described as "The Urban Sea," Long Island Sound is considered one of North America's most urban yet biologically diverse estuaries.

9 Things to Know About the Food, Water and Energy Nexus

Kyle Rabin | Posted 04.23.2013 | Green
Kyle Rabin

Recent extreme weather events, oil spills and increasing food prices tell us that we can no longer view our food, water and energy systems in isolation. This means gaining a better understanding of how these three systems connect and then taking carefully considered actions to ensure food, water and energy security and sustainability for the future.

New Study Finds Long Island Can Meet 100% of Its Electricity Needs Through Renewables

Kyle Rabin | Posted 11.18.2012 | New York
Kyle Rabin

As a homeowner and an advocate for clean energy, I'll continue to do my part. And I'm certain that my fellow Long Islanders will be working to become part of the region's new vision for the future. A future powered by new (renewable) energy.

A Clean Energy Park for Long Island

Kyle Rabin | Posted 08.19.2012 | New York
Kyle Rabin

The Town of Hempstead's Energy Park is a model of how local government can provide leadership with clean energy that should be followed by communities across the nation.

VIDEO: Long Island's Drinking Water - Challenges and Solutions

Kyle Rabin | Posted 05.01.2012 | New York
Kyle Rabin

All Long Island communities, including mine, must take a greater interest in their local water supply.

Towards a More Energy Efficient Food System

Kyle Rabin | Posted 04.03.2012 | Green
Kyle Rabin

It's important to understand the many interconnections between the food and energy sectors in order to make good consumer choices and develop prudent public policy.

10 Things to Know About Power Plant Water Use, 10 Reasons to Care

Kyle Rabin | Posted 09.18.2011 | Green
Kyle Rabin

Some things get better with age. Not power plants. The nation's older power plants that still rely on antiquated and damaging once-through cooling systems have a huge thirst for water.