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Green For All Nov 3
5 years after Hurricane Sandy, 5,000 people marched through NYC demanding action on climate change:
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Morgan Long Nov 2
Time to what are you waiting for? 5000+ marched for Saturday and this is a key demand
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Victoria Herrmann Oct 31
"We need to get better at this. We can't take another 5 yr recovery." - Cycle Architecture & Planning (pic cred)
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Power Shift Network Oct 31
After this weekend's mobilization, many are wondering - when will the next disaster strike? And will we be prepared?
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NYC H2O Nov 2
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100% Nov 1
We remember. We resist. We rise – 5 years post-Sandy and an outpouring of activists call for climate justice
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Park Slope Stoop Nov 5
This Week In BKLYNER: Barnacle Parade, March, Halloween Celebrations & More
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350 dot org Oct 31
Last Saturday, 5,000+ New Yorkers marched on the 5th anniversary of Superstorm to call for real climate action. Watch here:
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AdaptNY Nov 14
At the march, New Yorkers demanded more resilience for the city and to have a say in discussions about projects to face extreme weather in different neighborhoods.
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Theodore Grunewald Nov 9
Am I the only person who remembers the spectacle of BMWs bobbing in the flood waters that filled the parking garages of the West Village's riverside condos?
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Friends of the Earth Nov 3
Thank you to all those who joined us for to march for climate action and ask to stand by his words and !
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Friends of the Earth Nov 1
In honor of , we called on to stand by his words and ! We want clean air, clean water, and climate action.
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Action Corps NYC Nov 7
. we are looking to you to be our hero. If you win today's election, please and support all the demands of you. We will keep cheering all leadership on climate justice.
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Ellen Shenette Nov 2
My blog on how clean microgrids can help make cities more resilient when faced with super storms in the future
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Kymberly Escobar Nov 6
$64 million for this seems a bargain when compared to recovery costs that were past post
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Brad Lander Oct 31
As we commemorate the 5th anniversary of Hurricane Sandy, we are naming a block of Argyle Road for Jessie Streich-Kest. We miss her.
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Sierra Club Oct 31
Superstorm Sandy and the Scientists - the latest from
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Jamie Jensen Nov 4
Monday nt designing for climate change Waterproofing New York CCNY!
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Fossil Free Nov 1
"This was a storm with years-long aftershocks." shows how far we have to go 5 years after Sandy
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Shana Udvardy, CFM Oct 31
Why we need to -proof our via
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