Today, the Natural Areas Conservancy (NAC) released the first comprehensive report on New York City’s carbon budget for its forested natural areas.
More than 175 groups today launched a new coalition to protect funding for critical environmental programs.
In support of the City’s ongoing, comprehensive fight to address climate change, the Mayor’s Office of Sustainability, with support from NYC Parks and the Natural Areas Conservancy, is partnering with Continue Reading →
What some Harlemites love most about living in Harlem is the ability to hop on a bus or train, or walk a few blocks from home, and end up lounging Continue Reading →
Mayor de Blasio today announced New York City’s Green New Deal, a bold and audacious plan to attack global warming on all fronts.
Before the hottest days of the summer arrive, Mayor Bill de Blasio is announcing the launch of Cool Neighborhoods NYC, a new $106 million program designed to curb the effect Continue Reading →
Today, Mayor de Blasio, Deputy Mayor for Housing and Economic Development Vicki Been, Public Design Commission President Signe Nielsen.
Today, Mayor de Blasio released the State of Climate Knowledge 2021, a new report that outlines New York City’s climate research priorities and identifies knowledge gaps for future study.
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