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Learn some of the key soil sequestration concepts used by local practitioners to increase urban soil carbon while reducing pollution and waste.
Cities drive the nation’s response to global warming, and there is no organization in NYC doing more to address climate change through green building policy, research and education than Urban Green.
Grab a drink with our EP community at The Attic.
REV promises to transform the energy system to make it cleaner, more resilient and affordable to all New Yorkers.
During last month’s sold-out event, Innovations in Biophilic Design, Jonce Walker (Terrapin Bright Green) and Susie Teal (COOKFOX Architects), shared with us the science behind biophilic design and its practical implementation.
REV dares to transform New York’s energy grid—which has been largely unchanged since the 19th century—to create a resilient, distributed and clean system.
As a result of its new Energy Performance and Indoor Environment in Buildings Regulation, the city of Brussels will require Passive House
Should New York City be prioritizing renovation over new construction?
In advance of our UN HQ Report event, Cecil Scheib considers "embodied energy" — the true carbon cost of retrofitting and new construction.
Cecil Scheib, PE, CEM, LEED AP, GPRO O&M, BSCE on why ECMs (and EE in general), from CFLs to LEDs to CHP (and even high COP options for DHW), are front and center.