Climate Change

Mike Bloomberg believes that big cities must take the lead in reducing the threat of climate change. That's why in 2007, Mike announced a revolutionary sustainability initiative: PlaNYC 2030.

A wide-ranging, comprehensive initiative, PlaNYC aims to make New York the greenest city. Already, New York City has greened 15% of its taxi fleet, planted more than 800,000 trees across the five boroughs, and adopted the nation’s most ambitious green energy code. Dozens of City buildings have improved their energy efficiency, helping reduce carbon emissions and save the taxpayers money. From 2010-2013, Mike also served as Chair of the C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group, an association of major cities around the world committed to reducing carbon emissions and slowing climate change. He is now President of the C40 Board of Directors.

Related Information
Op-Ed: Rapid Urban Growth Requires Prompt Action
May. 27, 2015 The Financial Times
Seeing the future does not require a crystal ball - just an understanding of cities.
Mike Bloomberg on Prime Minister Modi's Swach Bharat - Clean India
May. 22, 2015 MikeBloomberg.com
Congratulations to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi for taking such a bold step toward his vision of "Swach Bharat - Clean India" by proposing new public health standards for emissions from coal fired power plants.
Mike Bloomberg's Annual Letter on Philanthropy
Apr. 6, 2015 Bloomberg Philanthropies
We are committed to working with partners inside and outside government who are positioned to help us fulfill our mission: ensuring better, longer lives for the greatest number of people. In 2014, we found new opportunities to advance this mission in all five of our major areas of focus, and it was exciting to see some of that work firsthand.
Statement from U.N. Secretary-General's Special Envoy for Cities and Climate Change Michael R. Bloomberg on President Obama's New Climate Commitment
Mar. 31, 2015 MikeBloomberg.com
America is strongest when it leads by example, and while there is always more we can do, joining the 31 other nations that have submitted emissions plans will help spur other nations to follow.
Latin America, the Compact of Mayors & the Road to Paris
Mar. 28, 2015 MikeBloomberg.com
For nations to substantially reduce their emissions and protect their citizens and economies from harm, they must put cities at the center of their work. The good news is that mayors - in Latin America and beyond - are eager to help lead the way.
Michael R. Bloomberg, U.N. Secretary-General's Special Envoy for Cities and Climate Change, Delivers Remarks at Road to Paris Kickoff Reception
Mar. 2, 2015 MikeBloomberg.com
We have a lot of work to do between now and December's climate treaty in Paris, but we have reason to be optimistic. More and more countries recognize that protecting the environment is smart economic policy.
Statement from Michael R. Bloomberg on Citi's Announcement to Fund Sustainable Growth
Feb. 19, 2015 MikeBloomberg.com
Citi's decision to make $100 billion in new clean energy investments over the next decade is a great example of how carbon reduction and economic growth can go together - and how the private sector can play a leading role in tackling climate change.
Michael R. Bloomberg Highlights India's Economic Growth and Environmental Leadership During Visit to Subcontinent
Feb. 19, 2015 MikeBloomberg.com
India's economy is booming, and the sustainability work happening in its largest cities is positioning the country to be a leader in the global fight against climate change.
Michael R. Bloomberg, U.N. Secretary-General's Special Envoy for Cities and Climate Change, Speaks at RE-Invest 2015 on India's Leading Role in Moving the World Toward a More Sustainable Future
Feb. 16, 2015 MikeBloomberg.com
No other country faces an energy challenge, or has seized an energy opportunity on nearly the same scale and scope as India.
Mike Bloomberg and Risky Business Hold Twitter Chat on Climate Change and the Economy
Jan. 27, 2015 MikeBloomberg.com
On Monday, January 26th, @MikeBloomberg and @ClimateRisk held a Twitter chat to address questions on climate change and the economy.
.@LeoDiCaprio, thanks for spreading the message and your unwavering support for protecting the environment. https://t.co/wtnibQm60B
about 5 hours ago
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