Pete Sikora knows that climate justice and housing justice are two sides of the same coin. That’s why he sees Local Law 97 as a unique opportunity to cut the largest source emissions in New York State, while creating fair-wage jobs, and holding real estate owners accountable for their buildings’ pollution. On this month’s episode, Pete and Eva dive into the nitty-gritty of the world’s most important city-level climate and jobs law – Local Law 97. They discuss the intriguing details of the law’s passage and enforcement while recognizing that the type of momentum we need to draw for effective climate action requires movement building and people power. Listen to Climate Check’s 14th episode, Energy Efficient Buildings: How Local Law 97 Can Change NYC Forever, with Pete Sikora, Climate & Inequality Campaigns Director at New York Communities for Change.