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To get more innovative and efficient products into more buildings, the people who are making new products need to talk more consistently with the people who might buy them.
NYC buildings rely most heavily on fossil fuels for space heating and domestic hot water production. That means that by 2050 these two processes need to be radically reformed; our recent panel discussion focused on the possibilities for the latter.
The city’s regulations for historic buildings are getting a new and greener look, and the sustainability community should take note.
Cooper Recycling's new facility in Bushwick, Brooklyn handles 2,000 tons of NYC's construction and demolition waste—here's how.
Solar faces the same laundry list of challenges that hinder many green initiatives here: not enough space, too many rules, too expensive.