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Going Green: Cuomo Takes Unprecedented Step Following Sandy With Home Buyback Program

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NY1 VIDEO: Governor Andrew Cuomo is trying something unprecedented in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, using $400 million in federal disaster money to buy homes in flood-prone areas and then use those properties as natural infrastructure to help protect against future storms. Bill Ulfelder of the Nature Conservancy shares with NY1 how this plan would work. For more information, visit nature.org/ny1.

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