February 3, 2017

All the News From the Green Catwalk

by Thomas Storck   GreenHomeNYC launched another year of monthly forums with the annual Green Catwalk, featuring seven speakers who discussed the latest “green” news.  From Saudi Arabia to New York City, challenges remain.  But, in New York, in particular, much is being done to overcome them. The speakers offered insight into what needs to. Read more…

January 10, 2017

January Forum: Green Catwalk

Join us for our annual kick-start to the New Year!   Happy New Year from the Monthly Forums Group!  Once again, we’ll be bringing you a whole new lineup of interesting topics, and January brings you the annual Green Catwalk, featuring a multitude of hot topics for 2017.   Join us to hear current updates and. Read more…


Posted by Theresa Heller in Blog, Monthly Forum

October 26, 2016

November Forum: Basics of Buildings and Building Science taught by The Jedi

  While we all look to sustainable technology, ignoring the basics of buildings can be wasteful for your clients, result in your missing building performance metrics, and is generally bad for your business. If you can get a 10% ROI on a project, why not do a more full, less expensive, and significantly more cost. Read more…


Posted by Gregory Thomas in Blog, Monthly Forum

October 3, 2016

October Forum: Sustainability Spotlight – Gowanus

Join GreenHome NYC for a discussion on the revitalization of the Gowanus neighborhood in Brooklyn.   The Gowanus Canal, which was designated an EPA Superfund Site in 2009, has become notorious for the degree of pollution it has endured.  The pollution stems from multiple sources, including heavy industrialization, lack of proper flushing, and being an. Read more…


Posted by Phillip Eddy in Blog, Monthly Forum

July 21, 2016

August Forum: Waste Management

One of the most challenging sustainability questions facing large urban centers such as New York City is how to handle all the waste that is produced here on a daily basis. New York City has struggled with this question long before the last landfill shut down on its soil in 2001. With no spare land. Read more…

July 10, 2016

Trends in Sustainability: Government and Corporate Commitments

The Trends in Sustainability forum is targeted for city officials and the public to become aware of powerful sustainability tactics that may not be in their foresight. From methods of integrating alternative fuels as a means to address emergency responses, to using sustainable economic methods to reframe the way we plan for company growth.  . Read more…


Posted by Phillip Eddy in Blog, Monthly Forum

June 2, 2016

June Forum – Reforming the Energy Vision & Community Solar

Join GreenHomeNYC on the evening of June 15 for a forum discussing New York State’s comprehensive new energy strategy: Reforming the Energy Vision (REV).   This forum will cover New York State’s energy production, distribution, and consumption platform from the perspective of its new policies regarding community solar development.  Not only will this impact the. Read more…


Posted by Phillip Eddy in Blog, Monthly Forum

May 11, 2016

May Forum: Patty Noonan Memorial Forum on Policy – Taking on the OneNYC Challenge

Upcoming Event!   With Earth Day still fresh on everyone’s minds and the beginning of Summer around the corner, there is the inevitability that soon the energy use in NYC buildings will be going up. But wait- isn’t the city encouraging a decrease our carbon output? And aren’t buildings a top producer of carbon? Yes and Yes! That is why. Read more…


Posted by Theresa Heller in Blog, Monthly Forum

April 24, 2016

March Forum Recap: Urban Agriculture

By Katya Guletsky   The term urban agriculture – growing food in an urban environment – can refer to anything from a few tomato plants in the backyard, to a community garden on a vacant lot, to an educational farm in a public park, to a for-profit enterprise.   New York City with its dense population and. Read more…

April 6, 2016

April Forum: Indoor Air Quality

Most of us spend nearly the entire day in buildings: working, sleeping, eating, and of course breathing. However, when thinking about air quality and pollution we tend to first consider the outdoors and keep the indoors as our safe refuge from smog, allergens, particulates and other contaminants. Since we spend so much time inside, most. Read more…