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New York's heat-vulnerable neighborhoods need to go green to cool off
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New York's heat-vulnerable neighborhoods need to go green to cool off

The city sees itself as a climate leader, but organizers in those communities say its response to the ravages of climate change has been far from adequate.
Will cars rule the roads in post-pandemic New York?
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Will cars rule the roads in post-pandemic New York?

Newly emboldened, many New Yorkers want to repurpose streets for walking, biking, dining and schools, even as traffic returns.
Mandatory composting in New York? It could happen
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Mandatory composting in New York? It could happen

A proposal would make organic waste recycling available to all, then eventually require it. Critics say it would be expensive.
Taming the ‘wild west' of New York's dangerous private trash trucks
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Taming the ‘wild west' of New York's dangerous private trash trucks

A sweeping overhaul aims to make commercial garbage pickup safer for pedestrians, workers and the environment.
7 reasons recycling isn't working in New York City
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7 reasons recycling isn't working in New York City

New York recycles only about a fifth of its trash, lagging other major cities and slowing its quest to reduce waste and fight climate change.
After spike in deaths, New York to get 250 miles of protected bike lanes
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After spike in deaths, New York to get 250 miles of protected bike lanes

The city will build the lanes as part of a $1.7 billion street safety plan to be adopted by Mayor Bill de Blasio and the City Council.
1.1 million students in NYC can skip school for climate protest
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1.1 million students in NYC can skip school for climate protest

The city will not penalize those who attend global youth climate strikes on Friday. “This completely changes things,” one student said.
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