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De Blasio Administration Looks Toward Final Climate Actions

The administration of Mayor Bill de Blasio is putting the final touches on its efforts to combat climate change and create a more sustainable city, with significant short- and long-term challenges at play, major decisions to be made in the mayor’s final months in office, and questions about its policy choices.…

Governor Hochul Announces $59 Million “Clean Green Schools” Initiative To Improve Air Quality And Reduce Carbon Emissions In Pre-K-12 Schools

  • September 23, 2021
Governor Hochul Announces $59 Million “Clean Green Schools” Initiative To Improve Air Quality And Reduce Carbon Emissions In Pre-K-12 Schools Education Leaders to Convene in Fall to Discuss Clean Energy, Energy Efficiency and Healthy Solutions for More Than 500 Schools in Disadvantaged Communities September 23, 2021 Governor Kathy Hochul today allocated $59 million for the new Clean Green Schools initiative, which aims to advance clean energy and energy efficiency solutions that will improve indoor air quality and reduce emissions for more than 500 public and private Pre-K-12 schools in disadvantaged communities across the state. …


GIANARIS, REYES, AND ADVOCATES CELEBRATE THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT FINALLY IMPLEMENTING THEIR NY HERO ACT

  • September 7, 2021
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 6, 2021 Contact: Alexander Marion | marion@nysenate.gov | (315) 439-9806 GIANARIS, REYES, AND ADVOCATES CELEBRATE THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT FINALLY IMPLEMENTING THEIR NY HERO ACT Senator Gianaris, Assembly Member Reyes & Essential Worker Coalition Called on NYS Department of Health to Certify Covid-19 As Public Health Threat, Triggering Workplace Protections Included in NY HERO Act – Passed and Signed in May NEW YORK – Senate Deputy Leader Michael Gianaris, Assembly Member Karines Reyes, and members of the Essential Worker Coalition expressed their relief that the New York State Health Department finally certified Covid-19 as a threat to public health.…