2017 Federal Policy Agenda
March 10, 2017
Many of the biggest threats to environmental policy and funding in New York are coming from Washington, posing a significant challenge to local officials. Despite this, we see opportunity. New York’s congressional delegation includes leaders on both sides of the aisle who can play an important role in their respective caucuses in ensuring that New York does not get left behind.
We developed our agenda in close consultation with other leading environmental, public health, conservation, energy, environmental justice, and transportation organizations from around New York. Together, we identified our most pressing priorities on climate change, public health, and natural resources in New York State, and how we can tackle them at the federal level.
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How does New York stack up when it comes to electric vehicles? Read our fact-sheet on the State of EVs in New York, part of our Plug It In, NY campaign.
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