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‘What Keeps Me Motivated Is Taking Action’—Panel Explores Pressures and Expectations Placed on Youth Climate Activists
As temperatures and sea levels rise, the world turns to young people to solve the greatest challenge in human history—a burden felt by youth activists from New York City to New Delhi, said panelists and audience members at the Waterfront Alliance Annual Conference in Lower Manhattan Tuesday.
Join City Limits at the 2022 Waterfront Conference, a day-long event of speeches and panels by experts in resiliency, housing, and policy to address approaches to the climate crisis that range from federal policy to hyperlocal solutions.
Is reality matching those predictions? Is it too early to tell? Have government agencies caught up with the dramatic reorientation of rent policies that the legislature approved?
Three experts on New York City’s environment on New York City’s natural areas, the biodiversity that exists within them and how climate change is going to affect them.
New York’s approach to land use has plenty of defenders. There are, however, those who disagree. ‘The current system exacerbates our worst selves rather than our best selves,’ a Brooklyn Councilmember told a City Limits panel Thursday night.
Photos and remarks from our 2019 gala honoring Elizabeth Cooke Levy, Richard Buery and Tom Robbins.
Come hear from journalists, analysts, candidates … and get a chance to share your own views of the 2018 elections on air!
Hear from Richard Aborn of the Citizens Crime Commission, Nick Suplina of Everytown for Gun Safety, Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance, Liz Glazer of the Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice, Heidi Hynes from the Mary Mitchell Family and Youth Center in the Bronx and Detectives’ Endowment Association president Michael Palladino.
While much of today’s public discourse on guns is focused on school shootings, advocates say there’s still plenty of work to be done when it comes to urban gun violence that’s less headline-grabbing.