New York State Energy Research and Development Authority’s (NYSERDA’s) $40 million Buildings of Excellence competition is catalyzing the design and construction of high-performance buildings in New
How do we build a future that is sustainable, equitable and healthy? The solution lies in recognizing that these three characteristics are fully intertwined; we can’t achieve one without the other two. Urban Green Council’s 2021 conference, Climate, Equity and Health: No More False Choices, took a critical look at the status quo that has often pitted these outcomes against each other rather than embrace all three.
There are several ways that developers and agencies in charge of public housing could improve apartments and make life better for city dwellers over the next decade. Here's a look at five of the most important.
The Sustainable Action Matters podcast is breaking down the basics of electrification, from new technologies to consumer adoption. In Part Two, Urban Green's Associate Director of Research Sean Brennan returned to discuss the challenges of electrifying buildings in New York City.
One year after the murder of George Floyd, we are reflecting on his legacy and the groundswell of action towards dismantling systemic racism and promoting social justice