Manhattan, long regarded as a bastion of East Coast Liberalism and “New York values,” is reinventing itself. Since superstorm Sandy, climate change has become prominent in a city already lightly engaged with environmental issues. As anyone who experienced the hurricane knows, there was no uniform effect of the storm. Rather than being a great leveler, this storm -- turbo-charged by the changing climate -- ripped the city open and displayed its inequalities to the world. Another chapter in a tale of two cities, the "green" initiatives of post-Sandy New York demonstrate the substantial inequalities prevalent in New York's imagining of itself as a 21st century metropolis. What kind of green Manhattan we are building, and for whom are we building it? [[Where do you belong?]]
It's easy enough to imagine Manhattan's future as a "green" city, but [[will you be a part of it?]]
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