They said we could never win. And then we started winning.' — These young people from all around the U.S. are taking legal action in the fight against climate change #JoinJuliana (via @ThisIsZeroHour and @YouthVGov) pic.twitter.com/h46mAmFjLL
— NowThis (@nowthisnews) February 16, 2019
For weeks now, our friends and allies have been fighting for Intro 1253 — a new bill in City Hall that would clean up wasteful commercial buildings in the city of New York by mandating emissions cuts through retrofits and other measures.
NYC’s buildings are its top source of climate pollution, and just 2% of the biggest buildings are responsible for 70% of those emissions. Intro 1253 would slash building emissions by 80% by 2050, and put countless New Yorkers to work with good, green new jobs. In spite of all these benefits, the real estate industry is trying its hardest to kill this bill.
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