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Michael Bloomberg

New York's mayor has yet to appoint a director to the city's top climate agency, and has remained largely mum on the issue.
Eight months into his tenure as mayor of New York, Bill de Blasio still has no one at the helm of...
Aug 6, 2014 | Read More
NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg
The city's climate adaptation projects should be devised to handle conditions far worse than even the most severe sea level rise estimates, scientists say.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg's plan to protect New York City from future superstorm Sandys and other...
Jun 20, 2013 | Read More
Floating pavilions in Rotterdam, Netherlands
New York City's ambitious $19.5 bln climate plan is one of many globally that seeks to adapt to higher temperatures, higher sea levels and extreme weather.
New York City's $19.5 billion plan to adapt to climate change may be the world's most ambitious....
Jun 20, 2013 | Read More
FEMA released revised flood zone maps of New York City on January 28.
Scientists argue new FEMA flood maps may be too conservative because they don't consider future sea level rise, with implications for Sandy rebuilding.
2/6/13: Paragraph 11 of this story has been updated to include more information from FEMA. When the...
Feb 6, 2013 | Read More
The $50 million grant from Bloomberg Philanthropies will pay for a significant part of Sierra Club's Beyond Coal Campaign
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg joined with the Sierra Club on Thursday in a $50 million, four-...
Jul 21, 2011 | Read More
Mayor Michael Bloomberg
For more than half a century Indian Point has been a prime employer and tax-revenue generator in the Westchester County region of New York
Editor's Note: In this three-part series, SolveClimate News examines the feasibility of closing...
Jul 11, 2011 | Read More