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PineBridge’s George Hornig on How Riverkeeper Fights Water Pollution in New York
The COO of the New York-based investment management firm and lifelong New Yorker is active with the organization, which he says is dedicated to preserving New York’s water quality.
By Danielle Beurteaux In the 1960s, New York City was dumping over a billion gallons of raw sewage into the Hudson River daily, one of many polluters using the river to get rid of waste. No wonder the fish were dying and the water smelled. George Hornig, 58, is a
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