On Saturday, May 3, people from throughout the city came together for a waterfront walking tour of landmark sites throughout the Mott Haven-Port Morris neighborhood of the South Bronx as well as sites along the community-planned Mott Haven-Port Morris Waterfront Plan. This dynamic walking tour highlighted local organizing campaigns against subsidies to diesel trucking companies like FreshDirect as well as the effects of policies that have perpetuated air quality degradation and unjust land use from fossil fuel power plants and waste transfer facilities that line the Bronx Kill waterway. Hurricane Sandy hit this flood zone during low tide, causing 3.5 foot flooding in the area, with forceful waves that ripped a pier from its concrete foundation. Learn about innovative solutions the community has offered as a counter to imminent climate change effects on this neighborhood. This tour, organized and led by South Bronx Unite, was part of Jane’s Walk NYC, organized by the Municipal Art Society on May 3rd and 4th, where thousands of New Yorkers took to the streets on 100+ walking tours throughout the city to engage in walking coversations in the spirit of Jane Jacobs.