Our 20th Anniversary Gala is just four weeks away! We're excited to gather at the Lighthouse at Chelsea Piers and connect with friends and colleagues in NYC's sustainability community. RSVP today to enjoy drinks, dinner and stunning views of the Hudson River from an outdoor terrace.
We're delighted to be honoring Gary LaBarbera, President of the Building and Construction Trades Council of Greater New York. There's still time to sponsor this one-of-a-kind celebration, so head to our Gala page to learn more about how your organization can get involved!
Are you looking to further your green building career but feeling overwhelmed by the credentialing options?
On September 14, join Urban Green’s Emerging Professionals and hear from green credentialing experts on the various uses and advantages of popular credentials. They'll answer all your questions about which ones you should pursue and how they can benefit your career!
After Hurricane Sandy battered the east coast in 2012, Urban Green convened the 200-member Building Resiliency Task Force to develop recommendations for improving building resiliency and maximizing preparedness for future weather emergencies. Ten years later, how far have we come?
On October 12, join us as we look at the progress NYC has made since Sandy and the work that remains. Experts will look back at significant changes made to the building code and zoning resolution and examine how resiliency thinking has changed over the past decade.
Waterfront Edge Design Guidelines (WEDG) are changing the way waterfronts are designed to address the challenges and complexities of climate change. The WEDG Professionals course teaches best practices in innovative and resilient waterfront design, and participants earn their WEDG Associate credential upon completion!