Renewable Heat Advocates Celebrate Hochul’s Commitment To Electrify Homes And Calls For Electrification For All

Advocates working to get fossil fuels out of buildings celebrated the bold commitment made today by New York State Governor Hochul to electrify 2 million homes by 2030. Continue Reading →

Mayor Announces Capital Project To Protect Seaport From Frequent Flooding

For communities from Harlem to Hollis Mayor Bill de Blasio, New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC), and Mayor’s Office of Climate Resiliency (MOCR) are taking action.
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Health Department Reminds New Yorkers That Climate Change Is A Public Health And Racial Justice Issue

The Health Department today marks Climate Week NYC and reminds New Yorkers that climate change is a public health, environmental and racial justice priority in New York City. Continue Reading →

What NYC Can Do In Response To The IPCC “Code Red” Report

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), a body tasked by the United Nations (UN) with providing a comprehensive assessment of the current science on climate change released the  Working Group I report

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Nearly 60% Of Buildings In The U.S. Are Vulnerable To Natural Disasters From Harlem To Hawaii

Climate change has been associated with a lot of stressfear about damages, and the threat of potential illness. Continue Reading →

Mayor de Blasio Releases First Ever Citywide Analyses Of Rain Fall And Preparedness Flooding

Today, Mayor de Blasio released New York City’Stormwater Resiliency Plan, which includes the City’s first-ever from Harlem to Hollis analysis of flooding caused by extreme rainfall events. Continue Reading →

NYC Adopts New Zoning Rule Protect Coastal Areas From Climate Change

Following a City Council vote, Mayor Bill de Blasio today announced that a major package of zoning rules will now help to protect homes and businesses in New York City’s vast floodplain from climate change

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