September 19, 2014

October Forum: Pull Up the Shades: Spotlight on Windows

Every building has them, but what do we really know about the different types of windows in NYC Buildings? And what are the most efficient ones available to us? Join GreenHomeNYC this October to tackle some of these questions in our spotlight on windows and insulation forum. From the different building codes, to how we. Read more…


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September 2, 2014

August Monthly Forum Re-cap: Green Interiors

BY:  KATYA GULETSKY   By show of hands, the majority of attendees of the GreenHomeNYC August Monthly Forum on Green Interiors were almost equally divided among interior designers, architects, and product designers. They came to hear Green Interior Design practitioners talk about green design, its design vocabulary, standards, and examples of application, about making green. Read more…


Posted by Phillip Eddy in Blog, Monthly Forum

August 30, 2014

September Forum: Sustainability and Supply Chains

How much do you really know about what went into making the items in your wardrobe or the building materials that were used to construct your home/apartment?   This September, come out for a discussion on how your consumer products make it from being their component parts, to an assembled unit, to a product that. Read more…


Posted by Johanna Perry in Blog, Monthly Forum

August 5, 2014

Monthly Forums July 2014 Recap – In-Home Composting

July 2014 Forum Recap – In-Home Composting by Vikki Syrov   On July 16th, compost novices and experts alike gathered at the Hafele America showroom for a workshop on in-home composting led by Celeste McMickle, a Master Composter certified by the NYC Compost Project. The GreenHomeNYC audience had the chance to learn key strategies on making the. Read more…


Posted by Johanna Perry in Blog, Monthly Forum

July 19, 2014

August Forum: Green Interiors

Fall is just around the corner, and with it, you’ll be spending more time indoors. Join GreenHomeNYC at the August forum and discover great ways to green the inside of our homes and buildings (where Americans spend 90% of our time!). We’ll start big and learn about sustainable building materials, and then hear from designers. Read more…


Posted by Phillip Eddy in Blog, Monthly Forum

June 30, 2014

July Forum: In-Home Composting Workshop

This month, we’re taking a thorough look at in-home composting. Master composter, Celeste McMickle, will walk us through strategies for composting at home as well as the tools and resources needed in order to do so.   Don’t delay! Seats are limited to allow for audience interaction.   Date: Wednesday, July 16, 2014 Time: 6:30-8:00pm Place: Hafele. Read more…


Posted by Johanna Perry in Blog, Monthly Forum

May 27, 2014

June Forum: Cooling

June is here and with it the cooling season begins!  GreenHomeNYC is here to help you make the transition in an informed and sustainable way. Our June forum will focus on many aspects of Cooling.  We’ll start with a Cooling 101 session to get everyone up to speed, and move on to topics such as. Read more…


Posted by Phillip Eddy in Blog, Monthly Forum

April 21, 2014

May Forum: Green Career Transitions Pechu Kucha

Changing courses mid-career can be a challenge on many levels and it takes hard work and tenacity to get where you want to go. We feel your pain. This May, let GreenHomeNYC pump some life back into your job search as 10 speakers from all areas of the green sector tell inspiring stories about how. Read more…


Posted by Johanna Perry in Blog, Monthly Forum

March 30, 2014

April Forum: Daylighting of the Saw Mill River

  GreenHomeNYC will host a forum on Daylighting the Saw Mill River on Wednesday, April 16, from 6:30–8 p.m. at the Hansgrohe – AXOR Design Studio, 29 9th Ave. Manhattan, NY.  Speakers Ned Sullivan, (Scenic Hudson), Joe Fleming, P.E., (PS&S Engineering), Rick Magder and Ann-Marie Mitroff (Groundwork Hudson Valley) will talk about working with private. Read more…


Posted by Phillip Eddy in Blog, Monthly Forum

March 15, 2014

March Forum: Green Small Businesses

As New York City invests in a greener economy, small businesses are at the forefront of experimentation and innovation. Engineers and scientists are developing technology to address climate change. Entrepreneurs are designing business models and strategies that bring those solutions to market. And individuals from every sector, from food service to construction, are finding opportunities. Read more…


Posted by Phillip Eddy in Blog, Monthly Forum