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climate change

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Brooklyn Heights »

A mandate would force some of the city's most inefficient buildings to curb their emissions. 

Jackson Heights »

The Aug. 8, 2007 storm forced the MTA to re-evaluate its emergency preparedness. 

Park Slope »

The mayor has faced increase criticism over his daily SUV commutes to the gym in recent weeks.

Red Hook »

De Blasio said reports of the president ditching climate change plans are a "dagger" in NYC's heart.

Union Square »

State Senator Brad Hoylman is pushing for electric buses during the 15-month shutdown. 

Red Hook »

The city is calling artists to work with Red Hook residents on an installation about climate change.

Park Slope »

The city has no plan to deal with the 11,000 classrooms where it's too hot to learn, a councilman says.

Upper West Side »

Commercial owners and tenants are signing up to join NYC's Carbon Challenge to reduce greenhouse gases.

Midtown »

Leonard Cohen dies at 82, and more President-elect Donald Trump.

Midtown »

John Oliver takes on primary elections and the internet contemplates Gillian Anderson as the next Bond.

Far Rockaway »

That means more flooding for New York City, and, ultimately, a disappearing coastline.

Chelsea »

The Jane Lombard Gallery in Chelsea is hosting the an installation through Feb. 20. 

Prospect Heights »

A rare, spectacular bird from the South was sighted in Prospect Park and may stay for the winter. 

Midtown »

The city will now aim to reduce greenhouse gas emissions 40 percent by 2030.

Civic Center »

Mayor de Blasio will discuss how the city is reducing emissions while lifting residents out of poverty.