NYC GOVERNMENT AND NY STATE GOVERNMENT MUST ACT NOW ON CLIMATE CHANGE

This screenshot from a video showing subway flooding was from July 8, 2021, almost 2 months before a more catastrophic wave of flooding hit NYC on September 1, 2021. Read more here: https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2021/07/09/nyc-flooding-soaks-subways-roads-ahead-tropical-storm-elsa/7912206002/

NY State government and NYC government have had 9 years since Hurricane Sandy to prepare New York City for flooding. Last night showed a complete failure of our state and local government to prepare. You can’t stop the rain. But…

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