How can financial transparency advance the fight against climate change? The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission recently proposed a new federal rule that would require all publicly traded companies to disclose climate risks and carbon emissions.
On June 22, join us for a new episode of Urban Green Live, in which Urban Green CEO John Mandyck will be interviewed by guest host Ellen Honigstock, Urban Green’s Director of Education. They’ll dive into the proposed S.E.C. rule and its potential impact on buildings and the global climate movement.
Low-carbon, energy-efficient construction will play a critical role in meeting building performance goals. Urban Green's GPRO Construction Management on June 22 covers sustainability best practices, actionable strategies for every phase of construction, and how to avoid common mistakes.
Participants take a one-day live online training followed by three online electives done at their own pace. This course is ideal for a range of construction professionals, including construction managers and experienced tradespeople.
The New York State Energy and Research and Development Authority’s Buildings of Excellence Competition recognizes and rewards the design, construction and operation of highly replicable low- or zero-carbon emitting multifamily buildings in New York State.
NYSERDA is currently accepting proposals for the third round of the Competition through July 2022, with two paths to apply: one for early-stage design support (due July 12) and one for demonstration projects (due July 14). See previous winners and learn how to apply here. Listen to a Round 3 informational session here.
As both New York and London deal with housing crises, what does a new approach for housing look like, and how can it be achieved? Join AIANY for a symposium that explores the role of government in promoting good design in public housing and community development.