Thank You for Supporting Climate Resilience in New York!
New York State has taken a tremendous step toward climate change resilience with the passage of the Community Risk Reduction and Resiliency Act. This important legislation, signed into law by Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Sept. 22 and supported by a coalition led by The Nature Conservancy, requires decision makers to use the best available science in order to proactively consider sea level rise, storm surge, and flooding when issuing certain state funding and permits. Thank you for helping to make this change happen!
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