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Bloomberg Proposes NYC Climate Change Protection Plan

Anticipating powerful storms and rising sea levels due to climate change, Mayor Michael Bloomberg unveiled a $20 billion long-term plan that includes building massive floodwalls and creating a man-made island to help shield New York City from extreme weather. What do you think?

  • “Long-term plans? That’s not the America I know.”

    George Cass
    Relish Blender
  • “But ignoring it is so cost-effective.”

    Brad Benko
    Monorail Conductor
  • “There Bloomberg goes again, taking away my freedom of choice to die in a storm.”

    Katie Lesniak
    Reed Maker