Annual Progress Report on the City's Long-Term Planning and Sustainability Efforts, OneNYC. The report includes the city's progress made to implement and undertake policies, programs and actions included in the sustainability plan or updated sustainability plan.
The de Blasio administration announced their plans for their Long Island City Investment Strategy, which outlines the City's plans to invest $180 million in new City funding for infrastructure improvements, including schools, transportation, and open space.
Mayor’s Office of Sustainability with support from the Department of Education announced that to begin Climate Week in the City they'd be launching BRING IT, a multi-channel campaign focused on helping students, and by extension their family and friends, reduce waste through advocacy and action.
Mayor de Blasio's administration announced the welcoming of Climate Week to NYC for the 10th consecutive year, which gathered international leaders from across the public, private and government sectors to showcase and discuss global climate action
Mayor de Blasio announced the launch of PUREsoil NYC, an innovative initiative that recycles clean soil from construction projects in NYC to community uses, where it improves soil quality and increase resilience to the effects climate change.
Mayor de Blasio and Commissioner of the Mayor’s Office for International Affairs Penny Abeywardena announced that New York City had submitted an innovative review of its local progress toward the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to the United Nations
The de Blasio Administration announced that it will move forward with the Brooklyn Queens Connector (BQX), which will increase transit options for over half a million New Yorkers, with a subsequent environmental impact study being planned to analyze the effect of the connector.