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In 2023, heat records were shattered, and March 2024 has already become the hottest on record. Atmospheric CO2 levels soared past 428 parts per million (ppm) in spring 2024, increasing at an accelerated rate. This is the highest level in recorded history.

Hotter temperatures, rising sea levels, economic turmoil, mass migrations, food scarcities, disrupted ecosystems, strained infrastructure, increased health risks, heightened energy demands, escalating insurance costs.

What is needed is change on a massive scale.

There is no silver bullet. Carbon Zero City is a proposed framework aimed at transforming NYC's Financial District into the world's preeminent capital for both mitigating and adapting to climate challenges. It will be a marketing juggernaut getting solutions deployed worldwide, and by doing so, also be a massive economic engine for NYC.

Mauna Loa CO2 Levels

Atmospheric CO2 Levels: Reaching dangerous highs, with data sourced from Mauna Loa, NASA.

Global Temperature Rise

Global Warming: Rising CO2 levels drive air temperatures above the 1.5°C threshold, data from Columbia University.

Economic Costs of Climate Change

Climate Crisis Costs: Projected to reach an annual $2.4 trillion by 2050, according to the World Economic Forum.

Climate Economy Opportunity

Economic Opportunity: Addressing the climate crisis could exceed $12 trillion by 2030, as projected by McKinsey.

Carbon Zero Economy Scale

5x larger than NYC's economy:  Also arger than most state economies, data from St Louis Fed.

Carbon Zero Industry Impact

Across the industrial spectrum:The carbon zero economy spans multiple industries, as detailed by McKinsey.

NYC Carbon Zero Hub Initiative

NYC is a natural Carbon Zero capital:   Aiming to establish NYC as a leading center for carbon zero initiatives globally.

Global Marketplace in NYC

NYC is the ultimate platform to bring together buyers and sellers that provides a unique platform for global sellers to meet buyers from around the world.

NYC Global Influence

NYC Influence is critical to accelerating deployment of solutions: Widely regarded as the world's most influential city, pivotal for large-scale actions, data from AT Kearny.

NYC Diversity and Global Hub

NYC's Global Home: Home to over 800 languages, the UN, and numerous international businesses, making it a cultural and business nexus.

FiDi Cross Currents Map

Strategic Location: FiDi lies at the confluence of the East and Hudson Rivers, ideal for commerce and transport.

FiDi Transit Map

Transit Hub: FiDi is the most transit-accessible district in the US with extensive subway, PATH, and ferry connections.

FiDi Vacancy Map

Available Real Estate: FiDi has the highest vacancy levels in Manhattan, offering significant development opportunities.

FiDi Historical Map

Historical Hub: FiDi's rich history spans from Dutch colonial times to its status as a global financial center.

FiDi Harbor Potential

Blue Highway: FiDi's waterfront could accelerate maritime and cargo innovations, linking citywide incubators.

FiDi Waterfront Resiliency

Coastal Protection: FiDi is fortified by the Lower Manhattan Coastal Resiliency project against rising sea levels.

FiDi Urban Hubs Diagram

Urban Hubs: A key initiative of Carbon Zero City, these hubs support micro transit and cargo solutions.

Traffic Reduction Strategies

Traffic Reduction: Urban Hubs will minimize truck emissions using smaller, more efficient transport vehicles.

FiDi Metaverse Integration

Metaverse Expansion: Enhancing FiDi as a carbon zero capital with virtual platforms to boost global engagement.

FiDi Events Overview

Events Portfolio: A range of events designed to synergize physical and virtual spaces, enhancing global connectivity.

FiDi World's Fair Preview

World's Fair Vision: A micro urban World's Fair planned along the East River and New York Harbor, showcasing global innovation.



Accelerate deployment of climate-related solutions.
Enable cities to reduce CO2.
Enable cities to prepare for rising seas.
Stimulate immediate and long-term economic growth.
Drive demand for vacant office space.
Create thousands of jobs of all types.
Increase tax revenues from various sources.
Improve quality of life for citizens, workers, and tourists.
Improve NYC's competitiveness.

Help address NYC's sliding competitive position.

In the recent Financial Times - Nikkei city competitive index, NYC plummeted from 3rd to 23rd, a large part due to quality of life issues.

Financial Times Nikkei Index Comparison
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A massive $12 trillion size
Cuts across industrial spectrum
Specifically focused on the marketing front end
Attract other parts of value chain

Overview / Carbon Zero Economy / Massive Economic Opportunity

A Massive Economic Opportunity — By 2030, the global carbon zero economy could reach $12.3 trillion annually, according to McKinsey. It spans across diverse industries.

Economic scale comparison

Five times larger than NYC's economy.

Carbon Zero Industry Spectrum

Extensive industrial reach.

Overview / Carbon Zero Economy / SURGING POPULATION GROWTH 

CARBON ZERO IS A REGIONAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY —By establishing FiDi has the critical marketing and thought leadership front end of the global carbon zero economy, other parts of the various carbon zero industrial value chains could locate in the region.

Developing Cities by 2100


Climate crisis is existential
Urban populations are surging
Climate crisis is beginning to affect cities across the globe  

Overview / Carbon Zero Economy / EXISTENTIAL

DRIVER #1: CLIMATE CRISIS IS EXISTENTIAL — NYC's average temperature has increased by 2° to 3° Fahrenheit since the beginning of the 20th century (NOAA). During that same period, atmospheric CO2 worldwide has increased by 50%, is accelerating and recently shot through 428 ppm (NOAA). Higher temperatures, increased rainfall and sea level rise is putting many cities, including NYC, at risk. Without action, there is no natural upper limit on how high atmospheric CO2 will go, until extinction.

Developed Cities, 2018

Projected NYC Temperature Increases — Source: NPCC 2023.

Developing Cities by 2100

Projected NYC sea level rise (in feet) — Source: NPCC 2023.

2035: Central Park on Fire

2035: Central Park on Fire. A lightning strike ignites Central Park during an unprecedented drought, sparking a massive inferno in the heart of NYC.

2037: Subway Shuts Down

2037: Subway Shuts Down. Torrential rains flood the city, halting the Lexington Avenue subway. Desperate commuters face chaos.

2057: Migrant Riots

2057: Migrant Riots. Escaping the searing Texas heat, migrants overwhelm NYC. Tensions explode into riots at Staten Island.

Overview / Carbon Zero Economy / SURGING POPULATION GROWTH 

DRIVER #2: SURGING URBAN POPULATION — By 2050, an estimated 65% of the global population is expected to live in urban areas. The growth of cities will be increasingly be in developing markets that already lack much critical infrastructure.

Higher demand for housing
Strain on public transportation
Increased waste production
Higher demand for urban healthcare
Increased traffic congestion
Challenges with water supply
Strains on food supply chain
Developed Cities, 2018

Population continues to shift towards cities — By 2050 over 6 billion people are projected to live in cities. 

Developed Cities, 2018

City populations 2018 —  Many of the world's largest cities todays are developed and have working transportation and other infrastructure.

Developing Cities by 2100

City populations 2100 — The largest cities will all be developing ones.  Many of these already lack infrastructure, and if this is not addressed, these cities will generate significant atmospheric CO2.

Overview / Carbon Zero Economy / SURGING POPULATION GROWTH 


— The need and thus the addressable market for carbon zero solutions extends way beyond NYC. The World Economic Forum projects annual damages from the climate crisis globally to be between $1.7 and $3.1 trillion by 2050.

Climate hotspots

A problematic future.
The market for addressing the climate crisis is worldwide.

Flooded Dhaka

Dhaka: Urban overcrowding meets rising sea levels and severe weather, putting vital resources and millions of lives at risk.

Flooded London

London: The Thames Barrier faces imminent failure, threatening to unleash floods and paralyze transportation.

Flooded Shanghai

Shanghai: Battling sea level rise and brutal heatwaves, Shanghai faces severe floods and urban challenges.


Dallas: A decade of 120°F temperatures and severe droughts drives massive migrations, pushing Dallas towards economic collapse.


Havana: Rising sea levels and hurricanes heighten risks of displacement, affecting health and food security due to erratic weather.

Washington DC

Washington DC: Hosts expanding migrant camps for Floridians fleeing storms and heat, intensifying local tensions and crime.


Its in NYC, the world's second home
FiDi, the most transit accessible neighborhood in US/Canada
Significant office space available in FiDi (12 million square feet)
FiDi is an internationally recognized location
Surrounded by the LMCR
Overflow zones by ferry


NYC IS THE WORLD'S SECOND HOME — Home to the UN and a trendsetter in fashion, finance, and the arts, NYC plays a pivotal role in international diplomacy and policy, reinforcing its status as a global powerhouse.


As a global hub for decision-making and influence, NYC offers diverse talent, shapes international media and culture, and serves as a testbed for urban solutions.

Global stage: Wall Street, the UN, setting worldwide trends.
Innovation epicenter: Home to tech giants, startups, and cutting-edge research.
Largest US/Canadian market: 8.5 million proper, 22.5 million metro.
World's second home: Over 800 languages spoken, a testament to its global community.
Finance capital: The nerve center of global banking and investment.
Media giant: WSJ, NY Times, NBC, ABC, Fox, all headquartered in NYC.
Tourism infrastructure: Drawing 66+ million visitors to experience eco-innovation.
Institutional leaders: Home to academia and top non-profits.
Economic titan: If NYC were a country, its economy would rank about 10th globally.


OFTEN CONSIDERED THE WORLD'S MOST INFLUENTIAL CITY — Influential cities boast a strong economy with major corporations and are hubs for cultural, political, and technological activities. They host top universities and international events, often serving as media centers and leaders in environmental sustainability, shaping global trends and policies. Their role in addressing the climate crisis is critical due to their ability to implement and model sustainable practices, influence global policy, and drive technological innovations that mitigate environmental impacts.

Sources: Global Financial Centres Index (GFCI), Global Cities Index by Kearney, The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), World Economic Forum (WEF), UNESCO Creative Cities Network, Mercer Quality of Living Survey, and well-known publications like Forbes and Fortune Magazines.

World Map

Overview / Carbon Zero Economy / FIDI IS IDEAL


FID IS ONE OF THE BEST LOCATIONS FOR THIS ON THE PLANET — Located on the tip of Manhattan, ideal for a carbon zero district with living lab and showcases for carbon zero products and solutions. FiDi will be the carbon zero paragon for cities worldwide. 

Accessible Neighborhoods

Most transit-accessible neighborhood in the US or Canada with 13 subway and 2 PATH lines, 18 ferry routes ( 7 piers), 30 bus routes, numerous CitiBike stations, and access to both the Hudson and East River Greenways. Convenient to the Javits Center and the UN, easy access to JFK, LGA, and EWR airports.


Significant available space for exhibits and companies from around the world to locate their carbon zero activities, with a 30% vacancy rate, in buildings that neither meet current office demand nor are suitable for residential conversion.

Rich History

Internationally recognized for its rich history, FiDi's legacy spans from Manahatta and the Dutch confiscation of Lenape land and establishing a settlement in 1625 to its role in forming the U.S. and its status as a global financial hub with the world's largest gold reserves.


Surrounded by the Lower Manhattan Coastal Resiliency (LMCR) project, valued at $5-7 billion, and which aims to reimagine Lower Manhattan's shoreline by creating a resilient waterfront to withstand coastal storms and rising sea levels. 

Future Harbor

Harbor of the Future linking many public and private initiatives  is similar to the Blue Highway. The Harbor of the Future links Cornell Technion, the Navy Yards, Governors Island and the Brooklyn Army Terminal.  

Future Harbor

World's fair ground.  is similar to the Blue Highway. The Harbor of the Future links Cornell Technion, the Navy Yards, Governors Island and the Brooklyn Army Terminal.  


Carbon Zero: an entire economy
Promote solutions, attract companies
Convene Sellers + Buyers
Meet, Deal, Deploy

Overview / Carbon Zero Economy / ENTIRE ECONOMY


The carbon zero economy integrates industries dedicated to reducing carbon emissions. It includes inter-industry linkages, collaboration potential, and economies of scale in production and marketing to achieve optimal environmental and investment results.


Overview / Carbon Zero Economy / FIDI IS IDEAL

PROMOTE SOLUTIONS, ATTRACT COMPANIES TO NYC — As the world's premier marketing engine for Carbon Zero solutions, this project will draw companies ranging from startups to industry giants to locate in what is currently disused office space in FiDi .


BRINGING TOGETHER BUYERS AND SELLERS — Carbon Zero City will unite sellers showcasing their offerings with potential buyers, facilitating information exchange, deal negotiations, and valuable business connections.

Meet, Deal, Deploy
Direct Access to Potential Buyers
Brand Visibility
Product Launch Platform
Immediate Market Feedback
Competitive Analysis
Networking Opportunities
Market Trends Insight
Lead Generation
Sales Opportunities
Strategic Partnerships
Access to New Products and Innovations
Market Research Opportunity
Networking with Suppliers
Product Demonstrations
Industry Trends Insights
Strategic Partnership Opportunities

Overview / Carbon Zero Economy / MEET, DEAL, DEPLOY


This process encapsulates the journey of critical innovation, delineating key stages from initial introduction to widespread implementation.

Climate hotspots

Meet: Initiating innovation, fostering connections, and brainstorming ideas. Carbon Zero City will provide collaborative spaces for networking and idea exchange, catalyzing the meet phase of critical innovation.

Deal: Negotiating agreements, securing funding, and forming partnerships. Carbon Zero City will facilitate deal-making through access to investors, funding opportunities, and strategic alliances.

Deploy: Implementing solutions, conducting pilot projects, and scaling initiatives. Carbon Zero City will serve as a real, urban testing ground and launchpad for deploying innovative solutions.


A Marketing Engine
Complements incubators, including NYC's incubators
NYC Incubators
Location Matters


CARBON ZERO CITY IS BASED ON DIFFERENT TYPES OF PRECEDENCE — Its designed to showcase products and services. It will encompass showcase elements, events, and virtual experiences in the metaverse, forming a dynamic platform designed to promote and amplify brand visibility. This combination enhances outreach and interaction, ultimately leading to the deployment of critical solutions.

AmericasMart (Atlanta, USA) — A major wholesale destination with extensive showrooms and exhibits for various markets.
Mart (Chicago, USA) — A key center for design and style, featuring premier retail and luxury goods events.
Frankfurt Messe (Frankfurt, Germany) — A top trade fair company known for hosting major events like the Frankfurt Book Fair.
Canton Fair (Guangzhou, China) — The largest biannual trade fair in China, showcasing a wide array of products.
Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour (London, UK) — A leading design hub with luxury showrooms and design-focused events.
flexible showroom

A flexible showroom— While some companies, particularly the titans, will want exclusive showrooms, others will want temporary ones. 

For international marketing, location really matters.


The now-defunct International Design Center of New York (IDCNY) highlights the pitfalls of poor location choices in economic development. Despite ambitions to establish a central design marketplace in Long Island City during the mid-1980s, it failed to draw tenants or visitors due to oversight of critical location factors, leading to its quick demise. In contrast, FiDi stands out as an exceptional location for promoting urban products and services.


CARBON ZERO IS NOT AN INCUBATOR — Incubators support the growth of startups and early-stage companies by providing essential resources like office space, capital, coaching, and networking connections. Their primary goal is to enhance a startup's chances of long-term success and scaling, often leading to a successful exit via acquisition or an IPO.

Developing Cities by 2100

CARBON ZERO WILL HELP INCUBATORS — An international marketing center boosts innovation incubators by connecting them to a global network of investors and markets. This exposure accelerates commercialization, fosters partnerships, and drives economic growth, transforming local innovations into worldwide successes.

Harbor of the Future

Carbon Zero City can also strengthen NYC's burgeoning incubator ecosystem along the East River and  New York Harbor (aka the Blue Highway). FiDi also offers the Blue Highway excellent landside access with NYC's extensive public transit network. 

Cornell Technion — Located on Roosevelt Island, promotes academic excellence and innovation, specifically focusing on nurturing startups in the climate technology sector and promoting sustainable practices.
Governors Island Climate Center — Dedicated to developing innovative urban solutions aimed at improving the quality of life, with a particular focus on sustainable and healthy living environments.
Brooklyn Navy Yards — A vibrant epicenter for urban manufacturing and innovation, fostering a community of forward-thinking creators and entrepreneurs.
Climate Innovation Hub at the BAT — Offers comprehensive support for innovators in the climate sector, including prototyping, testing, and bringing green technologies to market.


Outdoor Spaces
Indoor Spaces
Pedestrianized Streets
Urban Hubs

Overview / Components / OUTDOOR SPACES

OUTDOOR SPACES — Will feature corporate-sponsored exhibits, local food vendors, and cultural performances. Linked by the slow streets initiatives which will boost retail traffic, enhance quality of life, and increase office real estate attractiveness, thereby boosting tax revenues.

Street Parking Sheds — Modeled after NYC's Open Restaurant Program, Carbon Zero City proposes to implement shed-style structures for adaptable street parking, enhancing functionality and aesthetics of vehicle spaces. Regulations would be tight.
Taxpayer Parking Lots — These lots generate parking revenue to help offset property taxes. Key locations include Gotham Parking on Gold Street and Icon Parking near Cliff Street, among others. Use of these spaces as exhibits could become permanent.
Alleyways and Narrow Streets — These underutilized spaces in FiDi can be revitalized for unique uses. Historical sites include William Colgate's original soap shop on Dutch Street, with others like Liberty Place and Theater Alley.
Under the FDR — This area, stretching from Whitehall Terminal to Brooklyn Bridge, is suitable for temporary structures and public amenities as part of the Lower Manhattan Coastal Resiliency project, enhancing flood protection and public space.
Public Spaces (some interior) — Historical public spaces in FiDi could be venues for privately funded installations. Noteworthy locations include Golden Hill Plaza, site of the first battle of the American Revolutionary War, and Louise Nevelson Plaza.
Privately Owned Public Spaces (POPS) — These are spaces like plazas and arcades offered by developers for zoning advantages. They are publicly accessible but privately maintained. Notable POPs include locations at 59 Maiden Lane and 15 Cliff Street.
temporary pedestrianized street

Temporary Pedestrianized Street — Enables year-round growth using AI, hydroponics, and artificial lighting, reducing transportation costs and fostering local labor.

temporary structure

Temporary Structures — Products and processes that convert CO2 emissions into valuable materials for construction and manufacturing.

fully pedestrianized street

Permanent Pedestrianized Street — Highlighting innovative water management and purification technologies for urban environments. Focuses on rain collection and grey water recycling.

Overview / Components / INDOOR SPACES

INDOOR SPACES — Carbon Zero has identified a variety of potential indoor spaces in FiDi for permanent exhibits and events for a prospective a World's Fair. FiDi has the highest office vacancy rates in Manhattan at about 30%.   

Large Facilities — Winter Garden (Brookfield), Oculus (Westfield), Pier 17 (Hughes Corporation), Fulton Center (Westfield), the American Stock Exchange building (in redevelopment) could host temporary exhibits to drive retail demand.
Educational Facilities — Carbon Zero City could upgraded to support sustainable practices like solar panels and urban agriculture. Collaborations could include Pace University, Peck Slip High School, Millennium High School and the High School of Economics and Finance.
Vacant Retail Space — Concentrations of vacant retail are found on Fulton Street and Nassau Street. Community District 1 (Lower Manhattan) also has the highest highest retail vacancy rates at 22% (Department of Small Business Services).
Vacant Office Space — 11.6 million sf of vacant office space in the proposed Carbon Zero district. In comparison, this is more than the 2.8 million sf of total space in the Empire State Building.
high vacancy rates

Lots of available space.  Source: Cushman Wakefield, Q4 2023. 

Urban Agriculture Exhibit

Agriculture Exhibit — Enables year-round growth using AI, hydroponics, and artificial lighting, reducing transportation costs and fostering local labor.

Carbon Capture Technology Exhibit

Carbon Exhibit — Products and processes that convert CO2 emissions into valuable materials for construction and manufacturing.

Water Management Technology Exhibit

Water Exhibit — Highlighting innovative water management and purification technologies for urban environments. Focuses on rain collection and grey water recycling.

Overview / Components / SLOW STREETS

SLOW STREETS — Modeled after the Make Way for Lower Manhattan initiative, Carbon Zero City proposes to pedestrianize appropriate streets in FiDi on an as needed basis. Pedestrianization has proved consistently to provide significant value to the building owners along the zone.   


Pedestrianization is worldwide  — The stores and offices on Beaver, William, Nassau and John Streets would all benefit economically by pedestrianization.  Added vegetation will enable a Sponge City which would dramatically help with predicted heavier rain storms.

Increased Foot Traffic — More pedestrians lead to higher customer visits to local businesses.
Boost in Sales — Shops and restaurants see increased sales due to the inviting walking environment.
Rise in Property Values — Pedestrian-friendly areas often see an increase in property values.
Attractiveness to Investors — A pleasant, car-free area attracts new businesses and investments.
Improved Quality of Life — Reducing traffic enhances the living and working environment, aiding in talent retention and attraction.
Tourism Boost — A pedestrian-friendly area enhances tourists' experience, increasing their spending.
Infrastructure Cost Savings — Less road wear from vehicles reduces maintenance costs.
full pedestrianized

Pedestrianization of FiDi — The stores and offices on Beaver, William, Nassau and John Streets would all benefit economically by pedestrianization. 

Carbon Capture Technology Exhibit

Partial Pedestrianization of FiDi — Street bed cab used for moderate vehicular use. Example is Water Street.

permanent pedestrianization

Slow Street in FiDi — Here, the street is still accessible for very light traffic. Example is Fulton Street.

Overview / Components / URBAN HUBS

URBAN HUBS — NYC has networks of police departments, fire departments, schools and other entities. To enhance competitiveness NYC needs a network of hubs to deal with basics like the movement of people, packages, and garbage. Urban Hubs will enable that.

Urban Hub Diagram
Micro Mobility — Comprehensive services including bike retail, rentals, recovery, and repairs, plus cargo bike rentals and secure parking solutions.
Micro Cargo — Tackles challenges like excess waste, increased package demand, and food insecurities; utilizes waterways for transit.
Micro Waste Stations — Innovative waste management solutions complement NYC's infrastructure, allowing micro cargo vehicles to perform dual roles in delivery and waste removal.
Public Toilets — Addresses the scarcity of public restrooms in NYC, benefiting tourists, delivery workers, and the homeless. 

Overview / Components / METAVERSE

METAVERSE — Buyers and sellers from around the globe will be able to convene 24/7. Sellers will benefit from prolonged exposure and enhances global brand visibility. Carbon Zero City sponsors will achieve unprecedented reach and deepen customer engagement in this dynamic, interactive environment.


Overview / Components / THE APP

THE APP — A dynamic digital hub, connecting users to the web, metaverse, exhibits, and sponsors via QR codes and DOOH. Also serves as a monetization tool during micro world fairs and continuous operations.

Carbon Zero City App Diagram
Tourism — Acts as the ultimate FiDi travel guide, enabling tourists to discover top hotels and exclusive tourist adventure deals.
Local Travel — Offers information on a new network of local travel options, including expanded bike support, ferries, and close proximity to local transit systems, along with deals.
Urban Hubs — Immerse yourself in the community with our guide; uncover local history and captivating stories that animate our neighborhood.
The Metaverse — Explore beyond the bounds of reality with our metaverse experiences, featuring time travel and product exploration on an unprecedented scale.
Sponsored Exhibits — Gain detailed insights into our featured exhibits, presented with rich detail and engaging content for an enhanced learning experience.

Carbon Zero City is launching a series of events to boost awareness and tackle growing urban climate challenges.


Catalysts (including Roundtables)  are action-oriented events (25 to 50 people) targeting specific industries that are the building blocks of a carbon-neutral economy.

Competitions aim at addressing specific challenges such as excess waste, increased package demand, insufficient bike infrastructure, food insecurities, and the move to utilize waterways for transit, among others.

World’s Fair and other major promotional events targeting large audiences, potential powerful economic drivers. These events encourage and promote a carbon-zero future.


Carbon Zero City will transform FiDi into the world’s premier carbon-zero epicenter, driving real estate development and economic growth. By creating a carbon-zero hub, it will generate high-value jobs, boost tax revenues, and attract investment-grade projects, leading to widespread improvements in quality of life. This is a pivotal opportunity for NYC to lead by establishing FiDi as the global model for Carbon Zero City.

Attract companies to FiDi
Increase tax revenues
Drive job growth
Boost support sectors
Create office space demand
Enhance tourism
Reduce infrastructure capex
Improve air quality
Improve mental well-being
Enhance safety

NYC, often a beacon of hope and a testament to human ambition, now stands at a pivotal juncture in its illustrious history. Gone are the days when resting on laurels of past achievements could sustain its global stature. NYC is faced with a stark dichotomy: to stagnate in the comfort of the familiar, risking relative decline in a rapidly evolving world, or to surge ahead, embracing its potential to lead globally in the accelerated deployment of critical products and services to combat the climate crisis.

It's time for bold action. For NYC. For the planet. 


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