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

January 26, 2014

February Forum: Energy 101: What do we know? What should we know?

Many of us breaking into, or even currently working in the sustainability business, are inundated with information about new and exciting technologies with claims of great energy savings (and even energy generation) from devices that cost next to nothing to devices that are very expensive. The question remains, are we focusing too much on the. Read more…


Posted by Phillip Eddy in Blog, Monthly Forum

December 29, 2013

January Forum: Green Catwalk 2014

The Monthly Forums Program is kicking off 2014 with our annual Green Catwalk. This is an event focused on innovation in sustainability. We’ll be bringing in several speakers and giving them just a few minutes to tell us about a particular sustainable innovation. The result will be fast, fun, and very informative. We’ve got a. Read more…


Posted by Phillip Eddy in Blog, Monthly Forum

November 7, 2013

November Forum: Big Green Projects

Our November forum is the last one for 2013 so we’re going to go Big! Our topic is Big Green Projects. For this forum we’ll be looking at large-scale sustainable projects and the unique challenges and opportunities that they create. Large-scale projects can not only offset a lot of energy use, but they can serve. Read more…


Posted by Phillip Eddy in Blog, Monthly Forum

September 26, 2013

October Forum: Tomorrow’s Green Building Workforce: Fostering Diversity, Growing Talent

The field of green building and energy efficiency is fast-growing; however, women and people of color have traditionally been under-represented in leadership positions in Architecture, Engineering, and Construction.  Our October forum will focus on how we make sure that the green building and energy efficiency industry evolves to embrace the diversity necessary for a vibrant. Read more…


Posted by Phillip Eddy in Blog, Monthly Forum