District Council 37 Prepares City Workforce For The Future With New Green Jobs Training Initiative

District Council 37 (DC 37), New York City’s largest municipal labor union, today announced a new training initiative to prepare workers for energy efficiency jobs related to addressing the impact of climate change. Continue Reading →

NY Bans Dangerous, Indestructible ‘Forever Chemicals” From Food Boxes And Other Packaging

Today, Governor Andrew Cuomo signed into law legislation (S.8817/A.4739-C) sponsored by Senator Brad Hoylman and Assembly Member Patricia Fahy. Continue Reading →

Green Girls Rock As They Win The Summer Learning Association Climate Change Award

City Parks Foundation’s CityParks Green Girls Empowered by ING program was named as the winner of the Inaugural Climate Change Learning Award for the National Summer Learning Association’s (NSLA) 2020 Summer Learning Awards season. Continue Reading →

Green Tips, Holiday Travel From Harlem To Harare

The holiday season usually coincides with an increase in travel across the nation. Last year, it was forecast that one-third of Americans would travel during the holiday season. Continue Reading →


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