A whole building approach to emissions
Buildings produce at least 70% of the city’s greenhouse gas emissions. The city will not meet its climate change commitment of reducing emissions 80% by 2050 unless it targets its big buildings, and unless it take a “whole building” approach that covers the use of fossil fuels, electricity, and central steam.
How to raise over $2B a year for a better NYC transit system
The transit system has reached breaking point, and everyone suffers as a consequence. This is the first report to show the economic, equitable, and environmental benefits of that political cooperation, and what it would really like look to combine congestion pricing and a tax on New York’s wealthiest residents.
Energizing Environmental Justice Communities
Representatives of New York City Environmental Justice Alliance, ALIGN, El Puente Presente, and IBEW Local 3 at the report’s launch in Brooklyn, Weds May 3, 2017
In May 2017, the Climate Works for All coalition launched the report “Restart Solar – Energizing Environmental Justice Communities” at a community event hosted by El Puente in Brooklyn.