Science of Capture and Storage: Understanding EPA’s Carbon Rules

Fri, 14 Mar 2014 14:00:00 GMT


Panel 1:
  • Robert G. Hilton, Vice President, Power Technologies for Government Affairs, Alstom Power Inc.
  • Robert C. Trautz, Senior Project Manager, Electric Power Research Institute
  • Scott Miller, General Manger and CEO, City Utilities of Springfield Missouri, American Public Power Association
  • David Hawkins, Director of Climate Change Programs, Natural Resources Defense Council
Panel 2:
  • Janet McCabe, Acting Assistant Administrator, Office of Air and Radiation, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
  • House Science, Space, and Technology Committee
    Energy Subcommittee Environment Subcommittee 2318 Rayburn
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Keystone XL and the National Interest Determination

Thu, 13 Mar 2014 15:15:00 GMT

Karen Alderman Harbert President and CEO Institute for 21st Century Energy U.S. Chamber of Commerce Washington, DC

Dr. James Hansen Director of the Program on Climate Science, Awareness and Solutions Adjunct Professor Columbia University Earth Institute New York, NY

Michael Brune Executive Director Sierra Club San Francisco, CA

General, USMC, (Ret.) James L. Jones President Jones Group International Washington, DC

Superstorm Sandy Recovery: Ensuring Strong Coordination among Federal, State, and Local Stakeholders

Wed, 12 Mar 2014 14:00:00 GMT

The witness will be The Honorable Shaun Donovan, Secretary, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Additional witnesses may be announced at a later date.

  • Senate Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Committee
    Housing, Transportation, and Community Development Subcommittee 538 Dirksen
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#UpForClimate Climate All-Nighter

Mon, 10 Mar 2014 22:00:00 GMT

On March 10, Senator Sheldon Whitehouse and many other senators of the Climate Action Task Force will be pulling an all-nighter to urge Congress to wake up to climate change. The speeches begin immediately following votes.

The 31 participants representing 21 states include:

  • Harry Reid (D-Nev.)
  • Dick Durbin (D-Ill.)
  • Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) and Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.)
  • Patty Murray, (D-Wash.) and Maria Cantwell (D-Wash.)
  • Brian Schatz (D-Hawaii)
  • Sheldon Whitehouse (D-R.I.) and Jack Reed (D-R.I.)
  • Chris Coons (D-Del.)
  • Barbara Boxer, (D-Calif.) and Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.)
  • Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) and Jeff Merkley (D-Ore.)
  • Bill Nelson (D-Fla.)
  • Benjamin Cardin (D-Md.)
  • Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.)
  • Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) and Al Franken (D-Minn.)
  • Mark Udall (D-Colo.)
  • Tom Udall (D-N.M.) and Martin Heinrich (D-N.M.)
  • Jeanne Shaheen (D-N.H.)
  • Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) and Chris Murphy (D-Conn.)
  • Angus King (I-Maine)
  • Tim Kaine (D-Va.)
  • Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and Ed Markey (D-Mass.)
  • Cory Booker (D-N.J.)

States & Nation Policy Summit: Day Three

Fri, 06 Dec 2013 12:30:00 GMT

At the Grand Hyatt.


7:30am – 3:00pm Registration
8:00am – 9:15am Plenary Breakfast with State Sen. Mark Green (R-Tenn.-22)
9:30am – 2:00pm ALEC Exhibition Hall Open
9:30am – 10:45am Workshops (Topics TBA)
11:00am – 12:15pm Workshops (Topics TBA)
12:30pm – 2:15pm Plenary Lunch with Gov. Mike Pence (R-Ind.)
2:30pm – 5:30pm Civil Justice Task Force Meeting
2:30pm Welcome and Introductions
2:45pm Task Force Update and Sunset Review Overview
2:55pm State Legal Reform Activity Update
3:05pm PRESENTATION: Insights and Experiences from the Phantom Damages Elimination Act
3:20pm Model Legislation: Update to the Non-Economic Damages Act
3:30pm PRESENTATION: Reforming Archaic Discovery Rules on the Federal Level
3:45pm Model Legislation: The Citizen Participation Act [Anti-SLAPP]
4:05pm PRESENTATION: Patent Trolling Litigation: What Can the States Do?
4:20pm PRESENTATION: Asbestos Bankruptcy Trust Reform: Fighting Fraud and Preserving Resources
4:35pm Model Legislation: Punitive Damages Standards Act
4:55pm Model Legislation: Update to the Private Enforcement of Consumer Protection Statutes Act
5:10pm Roundtable Open Discussion: New Issues in Lawsuit Reform Around the Country
5:25pm For the Good of the Order
5:30pm Adjournment
2:30pm – 5:30pm Commerce, Insurance and Economic Development Task Force Meeting
2:30 Call to Order, Welcome and Introductions by Task Force chairs, Rep. Dawn Pettengill, Iowa, and Mr. Emory Wilkerson, State Farm Insurance
Approval of Minutes from 2013 Annual Meeting
Subcommittee Reports: Labor and Business Regulation; Transportation and Infrastructure; Surety Insurance; Financial Services
2:45 Model Policy Consideration: Public Employee Choice Act
3:05 Panel: Insuring the Future – Autonomous Vehicles and the Insurance Industry
4:05 Presentation: Common Sense in Regulating Cosmetic Services Treatments
4:35 Presentation: Minimum Wage Debate Across the States
5:15 Model Policy Consideration: Amendments to ALEC’s  Resolution on Business and Franchise Agreement Legislation  scheduled to sunset
5:30 Adjournment
2:30pm – 5:30pm Communications and Technology Task Force Meeting with FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai
2:30pm Welcome
Approval of the Minutes from the ALEC 40th Annual Meeting
Subcommittee Reports and Director’s Announcements
Keynote Presentation by FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai
Spotlight on the States Panel: “Promoting Broadband, Protecting Privacy, and Growing E-Commerce in the States”
  • Electronic Data Privacy Protection Act
  • Statement of Principles for Cybersecurity
  • Draft Resolution Affirming the Digital Right to Repair
  • Consumer Protection Through Disclosure of Digital Rights Model Act
  • 21st Century Technology Issues Panel: “What State Policymakers Need to Know About Congress, Startups, Copyright, and Emerging Technologies”
  • An Act Protecting Digital Equipment Owners and Small Businesses in Repairing Digital Electronic Equipment
  • Model Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Law
  • Statement of Principles for the Electronic Communications Privacy Act
  • Resolution Supporting the Efforts of the Telehealth Working Group
  • New Business
    5:30pm Adjourn
    2:30pm – 5:30pm Education Task Force Meeting
    2:30pm – 5:30pm Energy, Environment, and Agriculture Task Force Meeting
    2:30 Call to Order, Welcome, and Introductions
    2:35 Presentation: EPA Approaches to Regulate Carbon Dioxide Emissions from Power Plants
    2:50 Model Legislation: Resolution in Opposition to EPA’s Plan to Regulate Greenhouse Gases under the Clean Air Act
    3:10 Model Legislation: Resolution Concerning EPA Proposed Greenhouse Gas Emission Standards for New and Existing Fossil-Fueled Power Plants
    3:30 Presentation: Natural Gas as a Motor Fuel
    3:45 Presentation: Alarmism and the Science of Chemical Risk
    4:00 Model Legislation: Updating Net Metering Policies Resolution
    4:20 New Member Introduction: America’s Natural Gas Alliance
    4:35 Annual Model Bill Review
    4:55 Presentation: EPA’s Adversarial Oversight of States’ Regulatory Regimes for “Fracking,” and What It Means for the Future
    5:10 Discussion: Gauging Interest for Future Natural Gas, Hydraulic Fracturing, and Pipeline Symposium
    5:25 For the Good of the Order
    5:30 Adjournment
    3:00pm – 5:30pm Exhibitor Teardown
    5:30pm – 6:30pm Chairs Reception
    7:00pm-11:00pm State Night (Contact Your State Chair)

    Day One

    Day Two

    States & Nation Policy Summit: Day Two

    Thu, 05 Dec 2013 12:00:00 GMT

    At the Grand Hyatt.


    7:00am – 7:00pm Registration
    8:00am – 9:15am Plenary Breakfast with Gov. Matt Mead (R-Wyo.)
    9:30am – 5:00pm ALEC Exhibition Hall Open
    9:30am – 10:45am Workshops (Topics TBA)
    11:00am – 12:15pm Workshops (Topics TBA)
    12:30pm – 2:15pm Plenary Lunch with Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas)
    2:30pm – 5:30pm Justice Performance Project Task Force Meeting
    2:30pm – 5:30pm Health and Human Services Task Force Meeting
    2:30pm – 5:30pm Tax and Fiscal Policy Task Force Meeting
    2:30 Call to Order, Welcome, and Introductions
    2:35 Old Business – Approval of Annual Meeting Minutes
    2:40 A Report from the Public Pension Reform Working Group
    2:45 A Report from the Fiscal Policy Reform Working Group
    2:50 Budgeting for Priorities in Indiana
    3:05 Update from Washington
    3:35 The Crossroads of Federal and State Budgets
    3:45 The Possible Consequences of a State Fiscal Emergency
    3:55 State Economic Principles
    4:05 New Research on State Pension Funds
    4:15 Appropriation by Litigation
    4:25 2014 Legislative Session Preview
    4:40 Update on Multi-State Tax Policy
    4:50 Discriminatory Sales Taxes
    5:00 Consideration of Proposed Model Legislation
  • Resolution to Reduce the State’s Dependence on Federal Funds
  • Federal Funds Commission Act
  • Statement of Principles on States’ Dependence on Federal Funds
  • 5:15 Model Legislation for Five Year Review Process
  • Constitutional Amendment Restricting the Use of Vehicle Fees and Taxes for Highway Purposes
  • Resolution to Oppose NCCUSL Effort to rewrite the Uniform Division of Income for Tax Purposes
  • Resolution to Permanently Repeal the Federal Unified Gift and Estate Tax 
  • Resolution Urging Congress to Reject “Windfall Profits” Taxes on Energy Companies
  • Resolution Urging Congress to Update Tax Treatment of Cell Phones
  • Statement of Principles for Model State Laws to Encourage Philanthropic Creation and Operation
  • Statement of Principles on Philanthropic Freedom
  • Resolution Urging Congress to Eliminate Discriminatory State and Local Taxes on Automobile Renters
  • 5:25 New Business
    5:30 Adjournment
    2:30pm – 5:30pm International Relations Task Force Meeting
    6:00pm – 7:30pm Jingle Bell Rock: The ALEC Holiday Party

    Day One

    Day Three

    States & Nation Policy Summit: Day One

    Wed, 04 Dec 2013 12:00:00 GMT

    At the Grand Hyatt.


    7:00am – 6:00pm Registration
    7:00am – 9:00am Exhibitor Set Up
    7:30am – 11:30am Subcommittee Meetings of the Communications and Technology Task Force
    7:30am – 8:00am E-Commerce Subcommittee
    7:30am Welcome and Introductions
    7:35am Presentation – “Bitcoin: Primer for Policymakers”
    7:45am Policy Discussion: Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act
    8:00am Adjourn
    8:05am – 8:35am Innovation Subcommittee
    8:05am Welcome and Introductions
    8:10am Presentation – State University Public-Private Partnerships: how state universities help businesses deliver market-ready solutions
    8:35am Adjourn
    8:40am – 9:25am Information Technology Subcommittee
    8:40 am Welcome and Introductions
    8:45am Policy Discussion on Resolution to Support the Work of the Telehealth Working Group on Interstate Compact
    8:55am Policy Discussion on Draft Resolution Affirming the Digital Right to Repair
    9:05am Policy Discussion on An Act Protecting Digital Equipment Owners and Small Businesses in Repairing Digital Electronic Equipment
    9:15am Policy Discussion on Consumer Protection Through Disclosure of Digital Rights Model Act
    9:30am – 10:10am Consumer Protection, Critical Infrastructure, and Security Technologies Subcommittee
    9:30am Welcome and Introductions
    9:35am Presentation — Critical Infrastructure: securing the nation’s backbone
    Policy Discussion on Statement of Principles for Cybersecurity
    Policy Discussion on Statement of Principles for the Electronic Communications Privacy Act
    10:10am Adjourn
    10:15am – 11:15am Broadband Subcommittee of the Communications and Technology Task Force
    10:15am Welcome and Introductions
    10:20am Presentation – Interconnection: Technology and Policy
    11:15am Adjourn
    8:00am – 11:00am Subcommittee Meeting of the Education Task Force
    8:00am Welcome and Introductions
    8:10am Review of the Operating Procedures
    8:20am Introduce New Subcommittee: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Education 8:30am K-12 Education Reform
    Proposed Model Bills for Consideration
  • Early Intervention Program Act
  • K-1 Technology-Based Reading Intervention for English Learners Act
  • Course Choice Act
  • Student Achievement Backpack Act
  • Student Futures Program Act
  • Technical Amendments
  • The Foster Child Scholarship Program Act
  • The Education Savings Account Act
  • Sunset Review
  • Personal Financial Literacy Act (2009)
  • 10:00am Presentations
  • “Student-Focused Funding Solutions for Public Education”
  • “Public Education Appropriations in North Dakota”
  • 10:30am Policy Priorities Discussion
  • Higher Education
  • Digital Learning 11:00am Good of the Order/Adjournment
  • 8:00am – 10:15am Subcommittee Meetings of the International Relations Task Force and Federalism Working Group
    8:00am – 9:00am Federalism Subcommittee
    9:15am – 10:15am Intellectual Property Subcommittee
    9:00am – 11:30am Subcommittee Meetings of the Commerce, Insurance and Economic Development Task Force
    9:00am – 10:15am Labor and Business Regulation Subcommittee of the Commerce, Insurance and Economic Development Task Force
    9:00am Welcome and Introductions by Representative Gary Daniels, New Hampshire, Public Sector Chair and Mr. F. Vincent Vernuccio, Mackinac Center, Private Sector Chair
    9:05am Proposed Model Legislation: Discussion and Advisory Vote on the Private Certification Act
    9:25am Proposed Model Legislation: Discussion and Advisory Vote on the Public Employee Choice Act
    9:40am Proposed Model Legislation: Discussion and Advisory Vote on the Resolution against Legislation that Interferes with Business Agreements
    10:05am Discussion and Advisory Vote on the Amendments to ALEC’s Resolution on Business and Franchise Agreement Legislation
    10:10am For the Good of the Order
    10:15am Adjournment
    10:30am – 11:30am Transportation and Infrastructure Subcommittee of the Commerce, Insurance and Economic Development Task Force
    10:30am Welcome and Introductions by Mr. Jim Kvedaras, CN, Private Sector Chair and Public Sector Chair TBA
    10:35am “Let’s  Get  Moving: How America Finances its Different Modes of Transportation”: Moving our nation’s people and products is of vital importance to the American economy, and it is imperative that different modes of transportation are able to seamlessly work together. Come hear from a panel of industry experts how America finances the different modes of transportation—surface, rail, aviation, and waterways — and how state policymakers can create an environment in which they can work together to further America’s economic growth.
    11:10am Proposed Model Legislation: Discussion and Advisory Vote on Resolution on Autonomous Vehicle Legislation and Regulation
    11:25am For the Good of the Order
    11:30am Adjournment
    9:45am – 11:30am Subcommittee Meetings of the Energy, Environment, and Agriculture Task Force
    9:45am – 11:15am EPA Strategy Session of the Energy, Environment, and Agriculture Task Force
    9:45am Call to Order, Welcome, and Introductions
    9:50am Discussion of strategies legislative and private sector members can employ to address EPA’s rulemaking to limit greenhouse gas emissions from new and existing power plants
    11:15am Adjournment
    10:00am – 11:00am Subcommittee Meetings of the Civil Justice Task Force
    10:00am – 11:00am Workers’ Compensation Subcommittee
    10:00am Welcome and Introductions
    10:30am Discussion: Developing Guidelines for Workers’ Compensation Reform
    11:00am Adjourn
    9:00am – 5:00pm ALEC Exhibition Hall Open
    9:00am – 11:00am State Chairs Meeting
    11:00am – 12:00pm New Members and Attendees Orientation
    11:30am – 1:15pm Opening Luncheon with Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wisc.)
    1:30pm – 2:45pm Workshops (Topics TBA)
    3:00pm – 4:15pm Workshops (Topics TBA)
    5:30pm – 7:00pm Thomas Jefferson Reception with Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wisc.)
    9:00pm – 11:00pm Hats Off to Texas: A 41st Annual Meeting Preview Reception

    Day Two

    Day Three

    Greening The Internet: How Leading Companies are Building a Green Web

    Wed, 13 Nov 2013 21:00:00 GMT

    Greenpeace and Gigaom’s Katie Fehrenbacher cordially invite you to a special forum on the sustainability of the IT sector:

    Greening The Internet: How Leading Companies are Building a Green Web

    At the San Francisco Exploratorium.

    Cloud and mobile computing are transforming society and have the potential to help make it greener. But the rapid growth in electricity needed to power the online world is gaining attention and raising a central question: How Green is the Internet?

    In an important shift, some of the best known Internet companies have recently embraced this challenge head on. Join data center and sustainability experts from Box, Facebook, Google, Rackspace, and other leading companies to hear why they are going beyond energy efficiency and have committed to powering their growth with clean renewable electricity.

    Gigaom’s Katie Fehrenbacher will lead a discussion with energy experts and representatives from Internet companies who have already committed to power their operations with 100% renewable electricity, to address question like:

    • Why are leading Internet companies committing to 100% renewable energy?
    • How can Internet companies play an important role in accelerating a shift to renewable energy?
    • What are the challenges to powering with renewables, and how have companies overcome them?
    • What renewable energy options do companies who rely on colocation providers have?

    Following the forum, all participants are invited to take a tour of the Rainbow Warrior III, Greenpeace’s new custom-built, high-tech sailing ship, which will be docked next to the Exploratorium.

    12:45PM Registration
    1:00PM Welcome – Katie Fehrenbacher, Senior Writer, GigaOM
    1:05PM Building a Green Internet—Why It Matters and Signs of Leadership, Gary Cook, Senior IT Analyst, Greenpeace International
    1:15PM What are the options to build a Green Internet?
    1:20PM Greening the Internet: Leading internet companies share why and how they are seeking to power their platforms with clean power. Presentations by Box, Facebook, Google, Rackspace and other leading technology companies.
    2:30PM Break
    2:40PM-4:00PM Complimentary 20-minute tours of Rainbow Warrior III, Greenpeace flagship docked at the Exploratorium
    2:40PM In depth lessons learned sessions on renewable energy options and energy reporting (company representatives only)


    Facebook Bill Weihl

    Bill Weihl joined Facebook in early 2012 to manage sustainability and energy efficiency initiatives. His group is leading projects to measure and report the company’s carbon and energy footprint, to build real-time public dashboards for PUE and WUE, and to procure clean energy, and generally to understand and manage the company’s environmental footprint. Previously, he spent six years as green energy czar at Google, where he led efforts in energy efficiency and renewable energy, spearheading Google’s drive to become carbon neutral, founding the Climate Savers Computing Initiative, and leading the RE&IT initiative to develop renewable energy cheaper than coal. He has extensive business and technical experience in high-tech, including ten years as a professor of computer science at MIT, five years as a research scientist at Digital’s Systems Research Center, and five years as chief architect and then CTO of Akamai Technologies. In 2009, he was named one of Time Magazine’s Heroes of the Environment.

    Rackspace Hosting Melissa Gray Senior Director of Sustainability

    Melissa is responsible for defining and guiding Rackspace’s Sustainability strategy and activities around the globe. She leads the Global Energy Team, Green Teams and is a member of the Global Infrastructure Team. In addition she leads the Emerging Talent team for Rackspace’s Foundation Services organization and is the Executive Sponsor of the LGBTQA Emloyee Resource Group. Since joining Rackspace in October of 2009, her prior roles have included the development of Operational Support Systems and Chief of Staff to the CEO developing Rackspace’s multi-year strategic plan. Prior to Rackspace, Gray brings over 15 years of business strategy and operations experience working for a Fortune 10 company, transforming complex legacy businesses through innovation. She holds 3 EU and US software patents. Melissa received her B.A. from Western Michigan University.

    Google Gary Demasi Director of Data Center Energy and Location Strategy

    Gary has over 15 strategy development, corporate site selection, and negotiations experience covering a wide range of industries and operational areas. He has personally managed projects involving hundreds of millions of dollars of capital expenditures, and has executed strategic projects on five continents. In Gary’s current role, he develops overall direction for Google’s global data center site strategy, including managing the company’s energy portfolio, working closely with utility and development partners to secure clean energy for operations. Gary participated in the founding of “Google Energy, LLC” and under Gary’s management, the team has secured over 570 megawatts of renewable energy under long term contracts. Gary holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology from the University of Vermont and a Master of Science in Real Estate from the J. Mack Robinson College of Business at Georgia State University.

    Box Andy Broer Senior Manager of Datacenter Operations

    Andy Broer is the senior manager of data center operations at Box. He is responsible for server procurement and provisioning, space and power management and the critical environment that runs Box’s Saas offering. Previous to joining Box in Feb of 2013 he headed Cisco’s Infrastructure Critical Environments (ICE) team for 16 years. Where he was most recently the physical data center design manager of Richardson 9’s DC, the IT “energy czar” watching over capacity constraints for Cisco’s critical IT environments. He was the IT DC build manager for Cisco’s first stand alone Tier III data center in Texas. Prior to that he headed and managed the Data Center Infrastructure Team through Cisco’s explosive growth years in the late 1990s via global acquisitions during which time his team built more than 100 server environments around the world. He was a board and founding member of AFCOM’s northern California branch in 1997 as well as a trustee for a high tech mutual fund (BFOCX) since 1998. He is now co-chair of the Critical Facilities Roundtable’s Technology Group (CFRT). He holds two degrees from San Jose State University: a BA and an MA.

    National Renewable Energy Laboratory Stuart Macmillan

    Stuart Macmillan is a Chief Scientist at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory and a Consulting Professor at Stanford University. He was on the founding team of Energy System Integration focused on improved understanding, decision-making, control and design of complex energy systems. He helped create OpenEI, a global energy data commons, and was on the founding team of JavaSoft.

    Greenpeace International Gary Cook Senior IT Policy Analyst

    Gary leads Greenpeace’s evaluation of climate and energy leadership by global IT brands. He has authored three reports evaluating the growth in electricity demand associated with cloud computing and how different IT companies are performing in ensuring this new demand is powered by renewable energy. Gary has been active in the climate change & energy policy at multiple levels over the past 18 years, working with government officials, multinational corporations, and local governments to strengthen policy drivers at the international, federal, subnational levels Prior to rejoining Greenpeace in 2009, Gary was California Director of ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability.

    Turning The Tide: Carbon Divestment for a Post-Sandy Wall Street

    Mon, 28 Oct 2013 00:00:00 GMT

    In the New York City region, Sandy helped to mobilize a very necessary, overdue conversation on climate survival, but the politics and economics of ending climate pollution — specifically divesting from the fossil fuel industries — has still largely been ignored.

    The forum, webcast live, will confront the challenge that Wall Street faces in its financing of the pollution that is threatening New York City’s future. We will also tackle this thorny question: Why is David H. Koch, NYC’s richest man, one of the people most responsible for blocking US climate action?

    - Moderator: Brad Johnson, Forecast the Facts - James Slezak, founder of the New Economy Lab - Kate Gordon, VP and Director, Energy and Climate, Next Generation - Bracken Hendricks, Senior Fellow, Center for American Progress - Sophie Lasoff, founder of NYU Divest

    This forum follows the afternoon’s Turn the Tide on Sandy! rally at City Hall, organized by the Alliance for a Just Rebuilding.

    8 PM at Cooper Union’s Rose Auditorium in New York City. RSVP here.

    Turn the Tide on Sandy

    Sun, 27 Oct 2013 20:30:00 GMT

    One year after Hurricane Sandy, millions of aid dollars have been given to New York City but our communities continue to feel the devastation, hunger, homelessness, and displacement. Our new mayor has a unique opportunity to turn this tide and create a more equal city.

    Join the Alliance for a Just Rebuilding and allies from across the 5 boroughs in a rally at City Hall marking the one-year anniversary of Sandy. Join the growing movement for a better rebuilding and stand up for stronger communities for all.

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