October Tour Recap: Newtown Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant

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by Noah Siegel   Have you ever wondered what happens to the water you use after washing the dishes, taking
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November Green Building Tour Recap: Building Towards Resilience

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by Brigitta Berze   It’s been five years since Hurricane Sandy hit the East Coast, leaving a trail of destruction
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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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Sea Change: Sea Level Rise and New York City’s Resilience Efforts

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by Samantha Yost   In 2012, Superstorm Sandy was a wake-up call to New York City, signaling that the demands
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{Green Careers} January 2017 Recap: Resilience and Stormwater Management

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by Samantha Yost   On January 10, GreenHomeNYC hosted three professionals in the field of resilience and stormwater management at
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Building Energy NYC: Sustainable Solutions for New York City

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by Kimberly Stempien   Imagine a city with clean air, solar energy, plenty of pedestrian spaces and no cars. It’s
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February Forum: Water Management in the City

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Water is a central aspect of all of our lives, and yet the complexities we face with managing it in
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Javits Center: The Largest Green Roof in NYC

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by Shari Baitcher   In New York, a city with one of the highest population densities in the U.S., every
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October Green Building Tour: Jacob Javits Center Green Roof

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Join GreenHomeNYC for a special tour of the green roof of New York City’s Jacob Javits Center on Friday, October 23rd at 2pm
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Green Career Profile: Joseph Schaffer

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Joseph Schaffer, PE, Green Environmental Associates, Metuchen, NJ What did your life look like before you started Green Environmental Associates?
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NYC Policy Update – April 2011

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Spring is in the air, which has seemingly resulted in a lot of announcements from City Hall.  Info on free
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Mind In the Gutter

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Minds in the Gutter, literally. Join Kate Zidar, Coordinator of the Stormwater Infrastructure Matters (S.W.I.M.) Coalition, who will do a
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