Here is how NYC will be dealing with the heavy rain problem

TimeOut: Throughout the past few years in NYC, episodes of heavy rainfall have become more and more common. What’s more, the precipitation has been affecting New Yorkers’ day-to-day activities, sometimes even putting people in danger.

In an effort to tackle the issue and find ways to solve it, Mayor Eric Adams’ Office of Climate and Environmental Justice (MOCEJ) has joined the NYC Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), the New York City Housing Recovery Operations, Rebuild by Design and One Architecture & Urbanism to launch “Rainproof NYC,” a new public-private initiative dedicated to the development of policies and programs aimed at, according to an official press release, “addressing the challenges New York City faces as climate change causes increased heavy rain.” Read More>>>