We can't wait to welcome you back to our first in-person Member Reception in over a year! On June 17, join us to reconnect with friends and colleagues in NYC’s vibrant sustainability community over drinks and snacks in a safe outdoor setting. The reception will be held at Brookfield Properties’ Manhattan West Campus on the penthouse level with a large balcony.
Space is limited, andyou will be asked upon entry to show proof of either full vaccination or negative COVID-19 test result from at most four days prior to the event. Complete details can be found here.
Our 2021 Conference is coming up soon! Join us at Climate, Equity and Health: No More False Choices and hear from experts on ways we can optimize policy and building design to achieve the most sustainable, equitable and healthy outcomes for all.
With office spaces starting to reopen on various timelines, how can building managers facilitate safe transitions back to in-person workspaces?
Tomorrow, join us for apanel discussion that will provide guidance on the most important measures that offices should implement to welcome workers back and to reassure occupants of their health and safety. Experts will discuss new research on COVID exposure in elevators, the latest advances in office ventilation and more!
Climate, Equity and Health: No More False Choices, will feature a dynamic group of panelists who will address how we can fundamentally shift the building industry to prioritize climate, equity and health together. These experts will discuss recent changes in climate policy and explore how electrification impacts public health and equity.
In urban areas like New York City, demand flexibility provides significant potential to reduce carbon emissions, provide improved health and environmental benefits and support cost-effective compliance with local ordinances like Local Law 97.
RMI's latest brief, written in partnership with Urban Green, discusses demand flexibility in NYC and how it could be used to reduce emissions and more.
How can gardens and farms be integrated into urban systems and networks, and what role can such urban agriculture play in advancing social justice and community development? The first of a three-part series from AIA New York, this session focuses on policies around urban agriculture and how food plays a role in urban health and community.