November Forum Recap: Sustainability and Art

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by Stanley M. Kaminsky At GreenHomeNYC’s November Forum, four speakers who specialize in the intersection of art and sustainability came together
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High Noon on Wall Street – Rally for Our Climate

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  Join the Bard MBA Community, Be Social Change, NYC Climate Action Alliance and GreenHomeNYC for a Climate Week lunchtime
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Handling Tough Talk: Communication strategies for critical times

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By Elise Baker     Whether you are an activist making an argument for climate policy or a prospective employee
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NYC Youth Lead the Charge on Climate Change

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by Jennifer Lauren   Sixteen year old student Jamie Margolin had always been interested in creative action against climate change.
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January Forum Recap: The Green Catwalk

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by Jenny Nicolas   At the annual GreenHomeNYC Green Catwalk, seven speakers presented the latest information on everything from ventilation
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GreenHomeNYC Year in Review: Taking on the Environmental Challenge

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by Pamela Berns   It’s been a year marked by extreme weather events, with hurricanes, fires, droughts, and flooding all
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NYC’s 80 x 50 Goal: Is it Realistic? How Do We Get There?

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By: Tom Sahagian   As you probably know, “80×50” means reducing greenhouse gases produced in New York City 80 percent
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{Green Careers} Webinar: Sustainability Careers & Job Search Strategies in a Changing World

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GreenHomeNYC is pleased to present a new webinar by Dr. Eban Goodstein, Director, Graduate Programs in Sustainability at Bard College.
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Growing Trend: Sustainable Science in New York City Schools

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by Megan Nordgrén   While the federal government currently eschews all mention of climate change, more and more New York
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No Paris? No Problem: Governor Jerry Brown and Michael Bloomberg Launch “America’s Pledge”

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by Pamela Berns   Last month, GreenHomeNYC published “No Paris? No Problem: Climate Action Marches On” to demonstrate how the
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No Paris? No Problem: Climate Action Marches On

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by Pamela Berns   As though sending a portentous message, the movie “Paris Can Wait” was playing at the Paris
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Rainwater Harvest: A Solution to Our Water Crisis?

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by Tamanna Mohapatra   Anyone following the climate change debate is acutely aware of a few facts – the rising
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