Articles by Amy Dunkin
- Event Photos & Videos, Press on January 05, 2020 | No Comments
Event Photos & Videos, Press on November 12, 2019 | No Comments
EcoPel hopes events like its first vegan cooking contest will prompt more people to consume plant-based food, which is healthy and beneficial to our planet.
Press on November 05, 2019 | No Comments
EcoPel and PEP teamed up for Pelham’s 2019 town cleanup.
Event Photos & Videos, Press on May 04, 2019 | No Comments
The event features a raffle of cycling items and donations from local businesses.
Press on March 11, 2019 | No Comments
Congratulations to Pelham Youth Hockey for celebrating without balloons this year.
Press on December 13, 2018 | No Comments
It’s intended to reduce Westchester’s carbon footprint and make us more resilient to climate change.
EcoWise Column on September 20, 2018 | No Comments
Thanks to our friends at the Rye Sustainability Committee for compiling this list.
Press on September 19, 2018 | No Comments
FELLOW PELHAMITES! Please Sign the Letter Below to encourage our BOE and Elected Officials that Sustainability is necessary as we build our schools and community for the future! See link Below. Add your name in the comments below or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Dear Pelham Board of Education, New Hutchinson School Committee, Dr. Champ: I am sending […]
Press on July 16, 2018 | No Comments
Plastic Is Killing our Oceans – The Issues, Facts, and Possible Solutions By Wendy Lipscomb @ itsafishthing.com Approximately 40% of the world’s 7.6 billion people live within 62 miles (100km) of an ocean coast. For the other 60%, some of whom may never have even seen an ocean, the seas still play a vital role […]
Press on March 04, 2018 | No Comments
This op-ed piece was published on Mar. 3, 2018 in The New York Times: Let’s Bag Plastic Bags By JOSEPH CURTIN All it had taken was a moment’s distraction. In a well-practiced sleight of hand, the cashier had double-bagged in plastic a dozen eggs, which were already encased in two protective layers of plastic. I briefly […]