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
@MikeBloomberg and @UN Twitter Chat on Cities and Climate Change
Sep. 19, 2014
Check out the social media summary of the #AskMike Twitter chat on cities and climate change with @MikeBloomberg and the @UN.
Cities are Providing Hope on Climate Change
Sep. 17, 2014 Le Figaro
In an op-ed for Le Figaro, Mike Bloomberg and Mayor of Paris Ann Hidalgo write that cities are not waiting for national governments to act on climate change - they are moving forward.
Join @MikeBloomberg and @UN for a Twitter Chat on Cities and Climate Change
Sep. 15, 2014
On Friday, September 19th at 11:30 a.m. ET, Mike Bloomberg will join the United Nations for a Twitter chat on cities and climate change.
In First Trip to South Africa, Mike Bloomberg Pledges to Join Africa's Future
Feb. 7, 2014
Mike Bloomberg opened new Bloomberg LP offices in Cape Town and Johannesburg, launched a new financial journalism program across Africa, and joined the C40 Cities Mayors Summit.
Follow the C40 Mayors Summit in Johannesburg
Feb. 5, 2014
The C40 Mayors Summit brings together mayors and city officials from more than 45 cities around the world to advance urban solutions that address the impacts of global climate change.
Reduction in Greenhouse Gas Emissions and New Programs to Continue Progress
Dec. 30, 2013
Citywide greenhouse gas emissions have dropped 19 percent since 2005.
Announcing Completion of Fourteen Brownfield Cleanup Sites and the Launch of NYC Clean Soil Bank
Dec. 19, 2013
The 14 cleanup projects in Queens, Brooklyn and Manhattan resulted in the removal of more than 195,000 tons of soil and remediation of 5.6 acres of land.
NYC's Largest Solar Energy Installation to be Built at Freshkills Park in Staten Island
Nov. 25, 2013
The solar energy installation will produce five times more than any solar energy system in NYC, enough to power approximately 2,000 homes.
Progress Made on Resiliency Projects to Protect NYC from Climate Change
Nov. 3, 2013
All across NYC, we're making big strides on many fronts toward protecting New Yorkers against future coastal storms and extreme weather events.
New York City's Air Quality Has Reached the Cleanest Levels in More Than 50 Years
Sep. 26, 2013
Since 2008, the levels of sulfur dioxide in the air have dropped by 69 percent and since 2007 the level of soot pollution has dropped by 23 percent.
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