GreenHomeNYC's mission is to promote an energy efficient and sustainable built environment and to support green professional development in NYC. We provide sustainability information to the general public and technical education to advance sustainability careers through a diverse array of programming, events, peer-to-peer mentoring and networking opportunities.

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Couldn’t make it to our events, or want to catch them again?

January 14, 2021

You can find recordings of all our events on our

YouTube channel

Posted by Pam Berns in Blog

Volunteer with GreenHomeNYC

January 19, 2021

Build your skills, enhance your credibility, and grow your network by becoming a GreenHomeNYC volunteer


GreenHomeNYC has been promoting an energy-efficient and sustainable built environment and supporting green professional development in NYC since 2003.


Our volunteers develop, organize and manage all our programs. If you are looking for an interesting and challenging experience to help the environment, connect with like-minded professionals and meet new people, join us at our next information session to learn more.


You will hear about our programs, discuss how you can get involved and find the best match for your skills and interests.


Our next volunteer meeting is Wednesday, January 27th at 5:45 pm. Register HERE

Posted by Jim Henderson in Blog

Monthly Forum – Green Catwalk 2021: The Circular Economy in Quick Soundbites

January 7, 2021

It’s been a GreenHomeNYC tradition to kick off our year of programming with our Green Catwalk, a dynamic event in which our speakers showcase exciting developments in our sustainable world through a series of rapid-fire presentations.


This year’s presenters will share programs and projects that are redefining waste as a resource, moving us towards a more efficient, circular economy. Join us as we explore the many ways to “re” to decrease the size of both our carbon and our landfill footprints.  The circular economy spurs economic development worldwide by redesigning, reducing, reusing, repurposing, recovering, refurbishing, regenerating, and recycling biological and technical materials to meet the growing resource needs of our consumptive society.


“Serengeti Rules” and “Gather”

December 30, 2020

Two Green Film Reviews by Tamanna Mohapatra


With a vaccine in sight, some of us might be starting to think about traveling again.  Dreams about exploring nature and immersing ourselves in other cultures may be inching closer to reality. In the meantime, as we continue to shelter in a pretty chilly place, we can virtually roam the Serengeti as we study the science of saving our ecosystems, and join Native Americans as they revive ancient agricultural practices, learning from the past in order to build a thriving future. (more…)

Posted by Pam Berns in Blog

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