New York City is finally going after its worst greenhouse-gas emitters: big buildings. In legislation approved by an overwhelming majority of the city council on Thursday, owners of building over 25,000 square feet will be required to meet increasingly-stringent emissions targets that will be phased in beginning 2024. The bill has been touted by its […]
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