The City of Newark is staffing up to tackle environmental health
and quality of life issues. The new Chief Sustainability Officer, Nathaly
Agosto Filión, will work with representatives from various municipal
departments, the Environmental Commission, and members of the Newark community
to advance a multi-pronged agenda aimed at making Newark a healthier and
“All of Newark’s children should grow up in an environment that
nurtures them. This means getting dangerous toxins out of our neighborhoods,
and making sure families have access to the same environmental assets that
their suburban counterparts enjoy – parks, playgrounds, trees, healthy food,
affordable energy bills, working water infrastructure, and green job
opportunities,” said Mayor Baraka.
The Office of
Sustainability will work to strengthen partnerships with State, Federal and
local agencies as well as community stakeholders and continue to advance the
goals laid out in the Newark Sustainability Action Plan. Please Join a Community Conversation on Building
a Greener, Cleaner and Healthier Newark!
Nathaly Agosto FiliónChief Sustainability OfficerOffice of AdministrationCity of Newark920 Broad Street, Rm. Bemail@example.com
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