January 28, 2016
Water is a central aspect of all of our lives, and yet the complexities we face with managing it in a city of nearly 8.5 million people, often fly under the radar. Constantly supplying it, managing demand, keeping it clean, protecting ourselves from it (i.e. sewage, storms, sea level rise, etc), using it more efficiently. Read more…
October 1, 2013
Jordan Bonomo is a Multifamily Energy Auditor at Northern Manhattan Improvement Corporation (NMIC), a long time GreenHomenNYC volunteer, head of the Green Building Tours, and a Student in Columbia University’s Sustainability Management graduate program GreenHomeNYC’s blog mentions that your interest in the environment was sparked while working on a climate change campaign for MASSPIRG. Please. Read more…
March 10, 2013
At GreenHomeNYC buildings are our passion, but we also recognize that the ways to incorporate sustainably aren’t limited to the buildings you occupy. Our March forum, Green Lifestyles, will focus on simple ways you can incorporate sustainability into other aspects of your life. Our panel of speakers will be focusing on everything from transportation to. Read more…
March 7, 2011
With Jack Coogan, OCV Architects
Adam Yarinsky, ARO and Susannah Drake, dlandstudio
Tatiana Morin, NYC Soil and Water Conservation District
Thomas O’Connor, US EPA Office of Research and Development
January 3, 2011
What’s coming up in 2011 from the GreenHomeNYC monthly forum.
Eight speakers from the world of construction and green building materials, giving their top picks for five minutes each.
August 6, 2010
With EcoBroker Gennaro Brooks-Church, Owner’s Rep John Messerschmidt, and green contractor Robert Politzer
June 27, 2010
With Catherine Barton, Principal, The Pinwheel Group Inc; Paul Miller, President, 308 E 79th Street Cooperative Board; Gene Pullo, CEO, METRO Biofuels.
May 5, 2010
with Sam Marks, Deutsche Bank; Michael Bobker, CUNY; and Luke Falk, NYSERDA. Moderated by Ashok Gupta, NRDC.
March 8, 2010
Examining methods to re-use and manage stormwater for community, residential and commercial projects, with Vincent Lee from ARUP, Esther Yang from Fordham Bedford Housing Corporation, and Kate Zidar from Storm Water Infrastructure Matters (S.W.I.M.) Coalition.