City Hall Lit green for Paris Agreement


    On 1/25/2021 NYC voted to divest $4B from fossil fuel holdings, a historic step in achieving carbon neutrality.

Mayor de Blasio signs EO 52
Mayor signs EO 52

    To protect the health of future generations, Mayor Bill de Blasio commits to ending our reliance on fossil fuels by signing a ban on new fossil fuel infrastructure within NYC.

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OneNYC 2050
    New York City’s Green New Deal is here! OneNYC is a strategy to secure our city’s future against the challenges of today and tomorrow. With bold actions to confront our climate crisis, achieve equity, and strengthen our democracy, we are building a strong and fair city. Join us.
Toolkit developed by C40 to help institutions divest from fossil fuels.
Leading the Fight

    New York City is demonstrating global climate leadership by divesting from fossil fuels and increasing sustainable investments in climate solutions. Learn how your city can join the movement!

NYC's Climate Leadership


The Mayor’s Office of Climate Policy and Programs develops and delivers world-leading climate policy initiatives for New York City and manages OneNYC 2050, New York City’s long-term strategic plan and Green New Deal. By leading citywide strategic planning efforts, building climate partnerships, and advancing communications, our office works to implement the bold actions laid out in OneNYC 2050 to confront our climate crisis, achieve equity, strengthen our democracy, and secure our city’s future against the challenges of today and tomorrow. Highlights of this work include:

  • Spearheading City initiatives to promote environmental justice and ensure environmental justice is embedded in City decision making                                                                                                                                             
  • Divesting the City’s pension funds from fossil fuels, and investing in climate solutions                                                                  
  • Taking the fight straight to the fossil fuel industry for their role in creating this climate crisis by suing the five investor-owned fossil fuel companies most responsible for climate change                                                                                                                                                                                                                   
  • Committing to end the expansion of fossil fuel-related infrastructure in New York City 
  • Working with cities around the nation and around the world to scale up climate action efforts and share tools, knowledge, and best practices, to ensure climate change and the interrelated issues of equity and social justice are addressed at a global scale   
  • Leading the City’s clean electricity climate advocacy




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