The city is seeking public feedback that will help shape its first “Environmental Justice for All Report” planned for next year, looking at issues like water and air quality, waste management and access to green spaces.
As the primary race wraps up, endorsements from environmental groups abound. Who made the cut?
The utility has asked state regulators to rewrite an agreement forged in 2019 after Gov. Cuomo threatened to yank its license over a moratorium over natural gas hookups.
‘First and foremost, government should focus on its real-time response to COVID-19. But we must simultaneously prepare for the next crisis. We can do both. ‘
The dangers associated with floodwaters and power outages that come with storms like Sandy are magnified when you use a wheelchair or breathe through a ventilator.
After two mayors who saw declining welfare rolls as an indication of policy success, HRA Commissioner Steve Banks is making progress restoring common sense and compassion. There’s still much to do.