We are not separate from our environment. We breathe the air, we drink the water, and we eat food that comes from the earth. Dirty energy poisons them all.
Suffolk County’s 1.5 million residents use hundreds of millions of gallons of groundwater a day, and have hundreds of miles of fragile, living beaches in our care.
Updated and thriving public vocational training will prepare Long Islanders for new Clean Energy Sector jobs that can energize our future economy!
Health. Life. Freedom. You can’t have one without the other two.
Long Islanders must have affordable, universal health care.