July 3, 2019

{Green Careers} July 2019: SCT Panel: Waste Reduction & Management

“Reduce, reuse and recycle.” Have you ever wanted to take this important sustainability action from a personal level to a career level? GreenHomeNYC is hosting a sustainable career tracks panel focused on waste reduction and management. Come hear these NYC based professionals share how they came into this field, their experience and general thoughts on. Read more…


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June 28, 2019

July Forum: Transporting the City Sustainably

    NYC is often regarded as one of the best American cities for public transportation due to its extensive and complex network of subways, buses, and ferries that move over 5 million people per day. But there is an enormous need to increase the safety, energy efficiency, and resiliency of this system. In order. Read more…


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June 27, 2019

Green Careers: Presentation Skills Workshop Recap

By Melanie Mason On Tuesday, June 11th, GreenHome NYC was excited to host one of our board members, Paul Reale, to lead a workshop on presentation skills. Paul is also the Director of Building Operations Research and Training at CUNY Building Performance Lab. He shared his experience presenting in various settings, including conferences and classrooms,. Read more…


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June 19, 2019

Resilient Cities Take On Our Changing Climate

By Radhna Saxena   ‘A planet being pushed to the edge will eventually turn on us’ – Marco Lambertini Cities all over the world are experiencing drastic changes in average temperatures and an increase in extreme weather events, such as more frequent and stronger storms. According to the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation,. Read more…


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June 18, 2019

Monthly Forum: Water Energy Nexus

  Most people wonder how much energy it takes to heat up water. However, people rarely consider how much water it takes to produce energy or to produce our food and other manufactured goods. These are questions this forum will attempt to answer in order to help participants understand their true water and energy usage.. Read more…

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June 17, 2019

Monthly Forum April Recap: Policy Action on Climate Change

by Theresa Baker & Jessica Bartolini   On April 17th, GreenHomeNYC presented its Annual Patty Noonan Memorial Policy Forum at the Hafele Showroom. This year’s focus for the Forum was Policy Action on Climate Change, which also centered around the Green New Deal legislation recently introduced by Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. The three presenters shared personal. Read more…


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June 12, 2019

Green Careers May Recap: Nonprofit

by Ryan Cooper   On Tuesday, May 14, 2019, three professionals from the nonprofit sector gathered to discuss careers in sustainability. The panel included Danielle Bissett from the Billion Oyster Project, Gahl Sorkin Spanier from the Association for Energy Affordability (AEA) and Irene Nelson from the Natural Resource Defense Council (NRDC).   Energy Efficiency for. Read more…


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May 24, 2019

Here Comes the Sun

An inside look at one of the first community solar developers in NYC   By Elise Baker   Community solar – relatively new nationwide – is a recent addition to New York City’s energy landscape.   For those of us who care about the planet but don’t have a single-family, detached house to invest in,. Read more…


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The Green New Deal and Its Journey to Save the Planet from Climate Crisis

  By Melanie Mason     The Green New Deal (GND) has been making headlines since young activists took it upon themselves to push for legislation to combat the climate crisis through a comprehensive plan for zero emissions. The Green New Deal aims to establish a massive program of investments in clean energy jobs and. Read more…


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May 21, 2019

{Green Careers}: Presentation Skills Workshop

Learn how to put your foot forward with confident body language and presentation skills.   Presented by GreenHomeNYC Board Member and Director of Building Operations Research and Training at CUNY Building Performance Lab, Paul Reale.   Date: June 11th, 2019 Time: 6:30pm – 8:00pm with networking afterwards Location: GROHE, 160 Fifth Avenue (Entrance on 21st),. Read more…


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