Like many organizations over the last several months, Urban Green has prioritized our Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion work. As part of that work, we would like to learn more about you and the various identities and backgrounds that make up our community.
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Still need to get a few more CEUs by the end of the year? Check out Urban Green's online courses!
Urban Green works with leading thinkers in sustainable design to create 20-30 events annually on innovative and relevant green building topics. Our online courses make this engaging content available via audio and video presentations!
Concrete is the most commonly used building material in the world, but its central ingredient, Portland cement, is a leading cause of global industrial emissions.
On January 14, learn about carbon capture and utilization (CCU), a technological breakthrough in concrete that locks away emissions that would otherwise end up in the atmosphere. Hear from representatives from companies pioneering CCU, and learn about the climate impact of this technology.
New York City's 2020 Energy and Water Use Reportpresents a trend analysis of 10 years of benchmarked energy and emissions and assesses the progress NYC’s benchmarked building stock has made towards citywide decarbonization goals and mandates.
On January 26, join us for a virtual discussion on the report's findings and what they mean for NYC. Hear from experts about our findings and participate in the discussion through our Q&A.
Beginning with the first residence erected on the still unpaved street in 1834, Fifth Avenue became the home of Manhattan's wealthiest citizens. Join New York Adventure Club for a virtual walk down 19th-century Fifth Avenue, and discover these long-lost mansions that once defined New York's most famous avenue.