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Two of the industry’s largest playing fields, NYC and L.A., are exploring the concept of commercial franchise zoning systems. Here's what you need to know about the ongoing situations in both L.A. and NYC.
Fresh off the Women’s March in Washington, New York City and all over the world, people in insurmountable numbers joined the resistance against the hate, prejudice and greed that are at the core of the incoming Trump administration.
Daisy Chung. Campaign Director for the Alliance for a Greater NY and organizer of the Climate Works for All Coalition, speaks on how the city is implementing its solar program, and the demands from the coalition to ensure that the work on solar meets high standards for workers' wages and safety. The coalition is also advocating for targeting communities that are highly polluted and/or impacted by climate change for both solar development and jobs.
In the coming weeks, there will be more actions to combat deregulation and tax cuts for the wealthy, the denial of climate science, and attacks on civil and human rights. As a nation, we must fight for all people to have stable and secure jobs with benefits, truly affordable and decent housing, and clean, sustainable neighborhoods.
New York City's recycling rates remain too low, and the sanitation department and the private waste industry could create new jobs by more aggressively recycling within the city, according to a report released today by the advocacy group, Transform Don't Trash NYC.