One City: Built to Last
This report lays out a ten-year action plan to improve the energy efficiency of New York City buildings by 2025 and how to reduce citywide carbon emissions 80 percent by 2050 by improving energy efficiency in New York City’s buildings.
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Energy and Water Map
Empowering New Yorkers to understand the energy, water, and climate change impacts of the spaces they rent and buy
Community Energy Planning Tool
Helping planners, project developers, building owners, and Environmental Justice advocates understand local clean energy opportunities
NYC CoolRoofs provides New Yorkers with paid training and work experience installing energy-saving reflective rooftops.
Provides free one-on-one expert guidance to help building stakeholders decarbonize their properties.
Climate Resiliency Design Guidelines
Ensures city projects constructed today will be prepared for future climate change.
When we bring our voices, our action, and our advocacy to our schools, our homes, and our workplaces, we can create a more sustainable and resilient future for the 8.3 million people who call our five boroughs home.Take Action Now