Mayor Bill de Blasio is bringing his push against greenhouse gas emissions into the private sector. One year after announcing his One City, Built to Last plan to retrofit 3,000 city-owned buildings with green technology, the mayor unveiled the next phase of his plan.
In a new report by the Department of Public Service, state officials determined that adding two larger segments of power line could help New York to reach goals laid out by Governor Andrew Cuomo in his Energy Highway Plan.
New York Representative Chris Gibson is leading the charge for environmentally-conscious Republicans. The congressman from New York’s 19th District drew up a resolution recognizing the need to fight human-caused climate change.