Constructing a Greener New York, Building by Building: Intro 1253 will create or sustain more than 23,627 jobs per year as NYC's large buildings reduce their emissions.
NEW YORK, NY – A new study by the New York City Department of Sanitation shows that the City can significantly reduce dangerous and polluting garbage truck traffic by designating one private carter to collect commercial waste in each part of the city.
The dominant narrative is that New York City’s economy is booming. But it’s only booming for some. In places like Brownsville, Brooklyn and University Heights in the Bronx, unemployment is still more than 10%, compared to the city-wide rate of 4.3%.