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Hudson River-oriented 
Web sites of Interest:
(in alphabetical order)

Albany Times-Union Forums -- 
Hudson River, G.E., and Dredging:
www.timesunion.com

CleanUpGE.org: 
www.CleanUpGE.org

Friends of a Clean Hudson: 
www.CleanHudson.org

Hudson River Foundation 
For Science and Environmental Research:
www.HudsonRiver.org

Hudson River Sloop Clearwater: www.Clearwater.org

Hudson Valley Sustainable Communities Network: 
www.hvscn.org

Hudson Valley Web: 
www.HudsonValley.com

New Jersey Chapter of the Hudson River Fishermen's Association:
www.hrfanj.org

New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) --
Ecosystem Remediation & Restoration Section:
http://www.dec.state.ny.us/website/dfwmr/habitat/hoa1b2j.htm
Hudson River Assessment:
http://www.dec.state.ny.us/website/dfwmr/habitat/nrd/index.htm
Hudson River Preassessment Screen:
http://www.dec.state.ny.us/website/dfwmr/habitat/nrd/screen.htm
Hudson River Preassessment Screen Determination: 
http://www.dec.state.ny.us/website/dfwmr/habitat/nrd/hudson.html

Riverkeeper:
www.riverkeeper.org

Scenic Hudson:
www.ScenicHudson.org

Sierra Club -- 
(Sierra Club's Saratoga Springs, New York office can be reached via telephone at 518.587.9166)
Hudson River Web site:
http://www.sierraclub.org/chapters/ny/hudson%20river/index.html

U.S. Department of the Interior -- 
Damage Assessment and Restoration Program:
http://restoration.doi.gov/caselist.htm

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency  (US-EPA)-- 
Hudson River Web site:
www.epa.gov/hudson
The proposed plan to clean up
the Hudson River: 
www.epa.gov/hudson/proposedplan.pdf
(You will need Adobe Acrobat  to read this file.)

U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) --
Damage Assessment and Restoration Program:
http://www.darp.noaa.gov/neregion/hudsonr.htm
http://www.darp.noaa.gov


More Web sites of Interest:
(in alphabetical order)

Chemical Industry Archives --
A project of Environmental Working Group: www.chemicalindustryarchives.org

Clean Water Action Council: 
www.cwac.net

Coast Alliance --
Contaminated Sediments:
http://www.coastalliance.org/seds.htm

Empowering Democracy -- 
Challenging Corporate Power And Demanding Accountability:
www.empoweringdemocracy.org

Environmental Media Services --
A non-profit organization dedicated to providing journalists with the most current information on environmental issues:
www.ems.org
www.ems.org/pops/pcb.html

Environmental Research Foundation: 
www.rachel.org

Environmental Working Group -- 
Cutting-edge research on health and the environment:
www.ewg.org

Fox River Watch 
www.FoxRiverWatch.com

Housatonic River (Massachusetts) Initiative:
www.housatonic-river.com

Information about Dredging:
Great Lakes Dredging Team:
www.glc.org/projects/dredging

International POP's Elimination Network -- (POPs are Persistent Organic Pollutants) -- 
Information and action resource for PCBs: http://www.ipen.org/pcb_workinggroup.htm

National Cancer Institute --
Custom Maps Associated with the Atlas of Cancer Mortality in the United States 1950-1994:
http://140.239.164.130/mx/nci/intro.htm

New York Capital Region Independent Media Center -- 
'A media outlet for the creation of radical, objective, and passionate tellings of the truth':
www.nycap.indymedia.org

Rachel's Environment
& Health News: 
www.rachel.org/bulletin

Technical information on health effects of PCBs:
www.epa.gov/region8/toxics/pcb/pcb.html
www.epa.gov/epadocs/child.htm
www.epa.gov/grtlakes/toxteam/trtpcb1.htm
www.epa.gov/opptintr/pcb/effects.htm
www.pp.okstate.edu/ehs/links/pcb.htm
www.atsdr.cdc.gov/cxcx3.html

'Trade Secrets' -- 
A Bill Moyers / PBS Report on the chemical industry.
An investigation into how the major chemical companies worked to withhold vital information about chemical risks from workers, the government, and the public:
www.pbs.org/tradesecrets
www.pbs.org/tradesecrets/problem/toxic.html

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency 
(US-EPA) -- Housatonic River Web site: www.epa.gov/region01/ge/sumpage.html


Web sites for those who like to play 'Devil's Advocate':
(in alphabetical order)

General Electric Company:
www.ge.com

G.E.'s Hudson River / PCB Web sites: www.HudsonWatch.com

www.HudsonVoice.com
This, of course, is G.E.'s brand-new Web site which the Company unveiled half-way through its current anti-dredging ad blitz.  G.E. would not acknowledge, in an interview with The New York Times, whether the non-G.E. Web site, HudsonWatch.net, was the reason for the name change.

Monsanto Company -- 
"On December 19, 1999, old Monsanto entered into a merger agreement with Pharmacia & Upjohn, pursuant to which a wholly owned subsidiary of old Monsanto merged with and into Pharmacia & Upjohn, with Pharmacia & Upjohn surviving as a wholly owned subsidiary of old Monsanto. In connection with the merger, old Monsanto changed its name from Monsanto Company to Pharmacia Corporation. The merger became effective on March 31, 2000. The Company was incorporated in Delaware on February 9, 2000 as a wholly owned subsidiary of old Monsanto under the name Monsanto Ag Company. On March 31, 2000, the Company changed its name to Monsanto Company":
www.monsanto.com
http://yahoo.marketguide.com

Pharmacia Corporation -- 
"Pharmacia was formed in April 2000 following the merger between Pharmacia & Upjohn and Monsanto Company in a merger of equals transaction. Following the completion of the transaction, Pharmacia & Upjohn became a wholly owned subsidiary of Monsanto, with Monsanto then changing its name to Pharmacia Corporation":
www.pharmacia.com
http://yahoo.marketguide.com

Solutia, Inc. -- 
"Solutia was incorporated in April 1997, as a wholly owned subsidiary of the former Monsanto Company, which is now known as Pharmacia Corporation. By September 1, 1997, most of Monsanto's chemical businesses were transferred to Solutia":
www.solutia.com
http://yahoo.marketguide.com
 

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