Find a list of COVID-19 vaccine resources for New York City residents. Find out if you're eligible to receive a vaccine, learn how to make an appointment, and submit your building for consideration as a vaccination site.
“There is a laser focus now on reducing carbon emissions from the built environment in New York unlike ever before,” said John Mandyck, the chief executive of Urban Green Council, a nonprofit advocacy group.
Finally, there’s some good news for co-op and condo boards that are worried about the cost of reducing their buildings’ carbon emissions. Urban Green Council’s latest Energy and Water Use Report reveals that over the past decade, New York City buildings have already made significant strides toward reducing their carbon footprint.
As the COVID-19 pandemic has altered nearly every aspect of daily life, how can building owners adapt their operations to facilitate safe workplace re-openings? On October 14, the Cross-Learning Alliance hosted the second of a three-part virtual speaker series that answered this and other COVID-related building questions.