Trump Tower is shown in New York, May 23, 2016. Reuters

President Donald Trump’s many namesake buildings dotting the New York City skyline are among the worst polluters in the Big Apple, according to a new report. The organization ALIGN, a coalition of labor and community groups aiming to make the city more sustainable, released a report detailing the Trump buildings’ environmental impact and calling for the president and his son-in-law and close adviser, Jared Kushner, to reduce their carbon footprint.

As of 2015, Trump Tower in midtown used more energy than 93 percent of large residential buildings in Manhattan, according to the report. Trump International Hotel and Tower used more energy than 70 percent of large hotels in the city, while Trump SoHo used more energy than 79 percent of large hotels in the city. The report also detailed Kushner’s office at 666 Fifth Avenue, which used more energy than 85 percent of large office buildings in Manhattan.

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“Given the massive wealth connected to both Trump and Kushner, it is clearly not the lack of financial capacity and resources to invest in energy efficiency improvements that keeps them from cleaning up their buildings,” the report stated.

A building at 666 Fifth Avenue in New York, shown here Mar. 30, 2017, is owned by Kushner Companies. Reuters

New York City alone produces 49 million metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent each year, more than the output of 108 other countries’ emissions, according to the report. ALIGN stated that if the Trump and Kushner buildings are not made more environmentally friendly, New York City will not be able to fulfill its commitment to cut emissions by 80 percent by the year 2050. The authors argued that mandatory rules, instead of the current voluntary ones, should be put in place for buildings in the city.

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“These folks are the biggest polluters of the city – we need to take them on and actually make sure that they reduce their emissions,” said Marita Silva Farrell, executive director at ALIGN, according to the New York Daily News. “We think that it is really important to require these kinds of owners to reduce their emissions and create clean air for our communities. We believe that’s the only way they will do it.”