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Green Careers: Diversity in Green

February 25, 2021

The GreenHomeNYC Careers group is hosting a panel on Diversity in Green.

For an industry to thrive, there has to be a diversity of thought and representation. Please join us on March 9th with our diverse panel of New Yorkers, as they share with us how they started in the sustainability field and where they see the future of inclusivity for an industry that is poised to greatly expand.

Speakers include:   (more…)

Monthly Forum: Designing for Wellness

February 23, 2021

The buildings that we inhabit most of our lives have a tremendous impact on our wellbeing. There are different ways we interact with the built environment, but a well planned space will foster healthy lifestyles through specific design elements that encourage comfort and health.

The March GreenHomeNYC forum centers around the latest best practices in designing the built environment with the human in mind. How have building standards incorporated strategies to not only make them more sustainable and green, but also healthier, especially as it relates to Covid-19?

 
Date: Wednesday March 17, 2021 Time: 6:30 – 8:00 PM EST

Location: Online

Register Here 

Check back soon for speaker details!

Read our recent blog on WELL buildings 

January 14, 2021

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Diversity: The Cornerstone of a New Green Economy

February 26, 2021

By Salmata Kaba   WOMEN and BIPOC people have long faced the constant task of creating space for themselves within a greater entity. As the world begins to take more aggressive action to address the dire need for sustainability, it’s also becoming increasingly apparent that diversity will play a critical role in tackling this imperative. We can no longer create sustainable pockets that only benefit affluent communities. If we genuinely want to see the benefits of our sustainability efforts, we need to include more diverse voices, ideas, and beneficiaries into the working model. (more…)

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