January 24, 2016
by Thomas Storck Last year was a big one for the climate. Not only was 2015 the warmest year on record, we also witnessed the first universal agreement on climate change, negotiated at COP21, the global climate change talks held in Paris last December. The agreement includes a global warming limit of “well below 2°C”,. Read more…
April 8, 2015
There’s something fishy going on in Brooklyn, but in the best way possible! Despite predictions of snow, several intrepid GreenHomeNYC members made their way to Bushwick last month for a very informative tour of a local aquaponics farm. Oko Farms was founded by budding entrepreneurs Yemi Amu and Jonathan Boe, in collaboration with the. Read more…
August 12, 2013
Countdown to BE NYC! With onlydays until October 16th, GreenHomeNYC is shining the spotlight on the experts who will be making BE NYC conference an exceptional industry event! One of the professionals participating in the conference is Erica Brabon. Erica Brabon is a Senior Multifamily consultant at Steven Winter Associates. She is a frequent speaker at NESEA’s. Read more…
February 21, 2010
Already in February 2010 there has been three major policy announcements to further integrate smart building strategies into the city’s built environment. This news in the short term particularly impacts clean energy business owners and those doing business with the city – in the long term the City has begun the process to overhaul its. Read more…
November 16, 2005
With Wendy Meguro, MIT and Wayne Tusa, USGBC-NY
June 30, 2004
A screening of the award-winning documentary on PVC, “Blue Vinyl”, followed by Q/A with director Judith Helfand.
February 20, 2004
With Cameron Lory, a green building specialist at Inform.