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THIS WEEK: New York's Climate Change Strategy, Governor's Race Update, More Cuomo Transcripts

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On the latest edition of New York NOW:

  • - New York is moving ahead with its long-term strategy for responding to climate change, including ways to reduce emissions, promote renewable energy, and more.
  • - New York Department of Environmental Conservation Commissioner Basil Seggos and New York Energy Research & Development Authority President Doreen Harris join us to go through it, and give us an update.
  • - Julie Tighe from the New York League of Conservation Voters explains how the federal Build Back Better bill could help New York's investments in a new climate-friendly future, and what else could be done at the state level.
  • - Next year's race for governor continues to evolve, with Rep. Tom Suozzi throwing his hat in the ring this week for the Democratic nomination.
  • - A fresh batch of transcripts from the Attorney General's investigation into claims of sexual harassment against Gov. Cuomo were released this week.
  • - Bill Mahoney from POLITICO NY and our own Darrell Camp are in studio to discuss that and more.

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