December 31, 2021

McPheeters Impact Of Wind Project At Port Of Albany On South End

The state’s investment of $200 million in climate funds for offshore wind towers at the Port of Albany has led to discussions about how the South End community might benefit. Tom McPheeters of the South End Community Collaborative discusses the need to reduce diesel air emissions from trucks using the Port; what type of local job hiring goals may be established; and whether the project could spur green economic development locally. With Mark Dunlea for Hudson Mohawk Radio Network.

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