Does adapting our buildings to COVID-19 mean sacrificing energy efficiency? According to some experts, it doesn't have to. On September 17, we're excited to welcome back Dr. Joseph Allen, director of Harvard's Healthy Buildings Program, to Urban Green Live to explore this question.
COVID-19 has dramatically changed how we live, interact and work. In New York City, the building industry had to rapidly adapt to keep workers and tenants safe. In our new Cross-Learning Alliance series, Adapting to COVID, we'll speak with construction, operations and design professionals to hear how they responded to the crisis and share critical lessons that apply throughout the building industry.
We're pleased to invite you to our biggest event of the year, our annual Gala! We’re bringing all the best aspects of our Gala into your home so you can reconnect with the friends and colleagues you’ve been missing during these socially-distanced months.
Get up to speed on electrifying NYC's multifamily buildings and earn GBCI credits with our new online course. Leading experts discuss the barriers to electrifying this sector and explore the findings of our Going Electric Report.
The MTA is facing tremendous challenges: a budget shortfall, aging infrastructure, and keeping millions of riders safe during a pandemic. How can the largest transit system in North America cut emissions while tackling these challenges?