The city will now aim to reduce greenhouse gas emissions 40 percent by 2030.
Mayor de Blasio will discuss how the city is reducing emissions while lifting residents out of poverty.
The darkly humorous map features new areas with names like Upper East Tide, Wet Village and Port Greene.
The ambitious plan comes as the United Nations Climate Summit is held Tuesday.
The third annual Harvest Festival will take place in the East Village this weekend.
More than 100,000 people are expected to march for action on climate change on Sunday.
The bill passed the state senate, and Sen. Diane Savino called on the governor to sign it into law.
A home in Long Island City is getting a massive green makeover to protect it from future storms.
The film screenings will take place on Monday evenings in September at Coffeed on Northern Boulevard.
The museum's EXPO 1 includes an open call for sustainable design ideas to aid the recovering Rockaways.
Global warming took center stage at the event, while Sean Lennon attended a screening on climate change.
The mobile building is now open on the grounds of M.S. 50.
Sting and wife Trudi Styler headlined the Cinema for Peace dinner at the Harvard Club.
The show will be performed at 22 public library branches in Manhattan, The Bronx and Staten Island.
Times Square, the Empire State Building and the UN went dark for Earth Hour on March 31, 2012.
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