News Analysis

To Become Resilient, NYC Looks to Its Buildings

Resilient design at the building level figures heavily in Mayor Bloomberg’s $20 billion plan to protect New York from climate change.

In the wake of Superstorm Sandy, Mayor Michael Bloomberg has announced a $19.5 billion Climate Resiliency Plan to better prepare New York City for increasingly frequent severe weather events and rising sea levels.

Published July 28, 2013