Hochul signs bills to encourage recycling
Nick Reisman reports for New York State of Politics that while world leaders are deciding not to take too many big steps to slow global warming at the Glasgow Climate Change Conference, New York is taking small steps. On Nov. 2 Gov. Kathy Hochul signed laws making it easier to recycle and compost waste. "With the fate of the planet at stake, New York must continue to lead the way in the global fight against the climate crisis," Hochul said. "This package of legislation will make sure New Yorkers are recycling, composting and phasing out wasteful plastic products, putting our state on the path to a cleaner, greener future." One bill ends single-use plastics on SUNY and CUNY campuses, the other is meant to increase recycling and composting. Read more about this story at New York State of Politics.