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Mayor Bill de Blasio announced New York City's Green New Deal at Hunter's Point South Park on Monday. Credit:. Michael Appleton/Mayoral Photography Mayor Bill de Blasio announced New York City’s Green New Deal at Hunter’s Point South Park on Monday. Credit:. Michael Appleton/Mayoral Photography

NEW YORK CITY—In his “Green New Deal” plan announced this week, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is calling for $14 billion in new and committed investments, as well as legislation to attack the effects of global warming.

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