Gallery: 6 Ways PlaNYC Has Successfully Made New York a Greener Place t...

Few other cities have taken the recovery of brownfield sites as seriously as NYC. Whether former gas stations, manufacturing plants or chemical processing facilities, millions of square miles of space have blighted the urban landscape, but as of March this year, 3.7 million square million miles of formerly contaminated land have already been transformed in healthy, habitable places. Of the 45 brownfield sites enrolled in the City's Brownfield Cleanup program, half are under construction. That's huge!

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