(by Tyler Durden | Zero Hedge) Authored by Charles Kennedy via OilPrice.com, The New York City Council voted on Wednesday to ban the use of natural gas in new buildings in a bid to reduce the city’s carbon footprint. “The bill to ban the use of gas in new buildings will (help) us to transition to a greener future and (reach) carbon neutrality by the year 2050,” said City Council Speaker Corey Johnson, noting: “We are in a climate crisis and must take all necessary steps to fight climate change and protect our city.” Once it does, new buildings after […]

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