Carbon dioxide removal (CDR) on a large scale will be necessary to limit global temperature change to 1.5°C this century. What role, then, can cities play as a proving ground for CDR applications, and how can CDR help cities like New York achieve their emissions reductions goals?
Join us on April 29 to hear from a panel of entrepreneurs and thought leaders on the applications of new CDR techniques in the urban environment, and see what the future could hold for promising CDR companies.
On April 23, learn how to make buildings more efficient, healthy and resilient at GPRO Fundamentals of Building Green!
This engaging online course is ideal for anyone who needs a better understanding of high performance buildings, and qualifies for four AIA and GBCI CE credits. Students who pass the online exam at the end of the course will earn a GPRO Fundamentals certificate!
We’re excited to welcome UKGBC CEO Julie Hirigoyen on the next episode of Urban Green Live!
On May 6, Julie will join Urban Green CEO John Mandyck for a discussion on net zero. They’ll get to the root of what net zero means, examine common strategies for getting there and talk about the ways net zero relates to social value.
On June 23, our conference will investigate how we can optimize policy and building design for solutions that bring together climate, equity and health. We’ll hear from experts about real-world collaborative solutions that integrate these challenges. Register today, and stay tuned for a full list of speakers!
As NYC prepares to elect a new mayor, find out where the candidates stand on climate and sustainability issues. The New York League of Conservation Voters asked candidates questions about air and water quality, green spaces, public transportation and green infrastructure, and their taped interviews are set to be released on Earth Day. Join NYLCV and partner organizations for an evening watch party, and see what NYC’s mayoral candidates have planned to address big climate issues.