Emerging Professionals

EP Building Tour: MechoSystems Headquarters

Continuing Education Credits

GBCI:
Approved for 1.0 CE Hour
AIA CES:
Approved for 1.0 HSW/LU Hour
Event Prices: 
Urban Green Council Member
Free Admission
Non-members
$5
In 1980, MechoSystems established its headquarters in Long Island City, N.Y. The former warehouse, constructed in 1904, has been completely renovated and retrofitted. The building is LEED® Gold certified and showcases the company’s SolarTrac® daylight-harvesting system and Cradle to CradleCertifiedCM products. The building’s design creates an optimal work environment for employees.  Join Urban Green Council's  Emerging Professionals to tour the MechoSystems Inc. headquarters and learn about its sustainable features.
 
Some of the highlighted features and achievements include:
  • 26% reduction in energy compared to a typical building.
  • Automated lighting with MechoLux®, including daylight harvesting, occupancy and vacancy sensors, and strategically tuned lighting levels.
  • High-performance glazing and insulation, stratified HVAC design, and set-back thermostat settings in conjunction with smart scheduling.
  • 25,000kW of electricity-producing photovoltaic panels mounted on the roof.

For a full list of building details visit the MechoSystems Headquarters page.

EP May Forum: Is Green Building Ethical?

Continuing Education Credits

GBCI:
Approved for 1.0 CE Hour
Event Prices: 
Members
Free Admission
Admission Non-members fee
$5

People choose to build green for a variety of reasons. Some do it for pure economic gain, others out of a sense of altruism, and still others wish to be part of the trend.  Green builder Gennaro Brooks-Church will share his moments of doubt and the ways he and his clients have found meaning and value in green building techniques.  Join Urban Green Council's Emerging Professionals for a stimulating discussion on the various incentives for a green building agenda. 

speaker
Gennaro Brooks-Church
Director, Eco Brooklyn Inc.

Gennaro is a dedicated green builder and educator. He is the director of Eco Brooklyn, a NY general contracting company specializing in advanced green building, water management and landscaping techniques. A Comparative Religion and Creative Writing graduate from Columbia University, he decided green building was the most effective way he could help make the planet a more balanced, hospitable place. Gennaro is an eternal student and is a Certified Passive House Tradesperson, NY Licensed Real Estate Broker, Certified EcoBroker®, National Sustainable Advisor Graduate, Certified Green Roof Professional, Solar Installer and LEED AP. He has three children with his partner Loretta, and he lives and works in a green brownstone, intern center and show house in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn.

EP Film Screening & Elections



Join the Emerging Professionals of Urban Green Council to hear from each of the candidates for the EP Leadership Committee and cast your ballot, followed byᅠa film screening of Chasing Ice.

Snacks and drinks (beer) wil be provided!

EP ELECTIONS
If you would like to apply or nominate someone for any of the EP positions, please email emergingprofessionals@urbangreencouncil.org. Applications are due on Friday, November 8th. ᅠ

If you cannot make it to the event you may vote online, but you must register with the VOTE ONLINE option below and you will be emailedᅠinformation on the nominees andᅠthe link to vote. ᅠOnline voting will be open from November 13 - November 26. Please keep in mind that only Urban Green Council members may vote and only the EP Co-chair position will be voted on by the members. The other positions will be selected by the current EP Co-chairs.ᅠ

Positions
Co-chair: 1 position open (voted by members)

  • Two year commitment
  • Manage and promote long term goals, planning, and growth
  • Communicate with EP Liaison to integrate EP programs with Urban Green Council programs
  • Create and manage EP Annual Budget
  • Manage roles, responsibilities, and deadlines of EP Programs Committee
  • Manage annual calendar
  • Formulate ideas for potential new events
  • Lead & create agenda for Programs Meetings and Monthly Forums
  • Manage overall content of EP website, social media, and communications
  • Write and publish meeting minutes for Programs Committee Meetings

Programs committee: 5 positions open (selected by current EP co-chairs)

  • One year commitment
  • Plan and enhance the content of EP Programs
  • The Programs Committee will be split into subcommittees, each with responsibilities for specific events:
    • A: Monthly Forums & Building Tours
    • B: Career Fair/Salon & Documentaries
    • C: Design Competition & LEED Crash Course
    • D: Networking, Volunteer, and Fundraising Events & Graduate Student Engagements
    • E: Policy Events & Communications
  • EP Programs Committee members should have a background and/or interest in written communication, networking, and event planning
  • Any additional event ideas that are proposed by EP Members and accepted by the Programs Committee will be assigned to a group


CHASING ICE
In the spring of 2005, acclaimed environmental photographer James Balog headed to the Arctic on a tricky assignment for National Geographic: to capture images to help tell the story of the Earth?s changing climate. Even with a scientific upbringing, Balog had been a skeptic about climate change. But that first trip north opened his eyes to the biggest story in human history and sparked a challenge within him that would put his career and his very well-being at risk.

Chasing Ice is the story of one man?s mission to change the tide of history by gathering undeniable evidence of our changing planet. Within months of that first trip to Iceland, the photographer conceived the boldest expedition of his life: The Extreme Ice Survey. With a band of young adventurers in tow, Balog began deploying revolutionary time-lapse cameras across the brutal Arctic to capture a multi-year record of the world?s changing glaciers.

As the debate polarizes America and the intensity of natural disasters ramps up globally, Balog finds himself at the end of his tether. Battling untested technology in subzero conditions, he comes face to face with his own mortality. It takes years for Balog to see the fruits of his labor. His hauntingly beautiful videos compress years into seconds and capture ancient mountains of ice in motion as they disappear at a breathtaking rate. Chasing Ice depicts a photographer trying to deliver evidence and hope to our carbon-powered planet.ᅠ

LOCATION
Langan
360 W. 31st Street, #8
New York, NY 10001 [MAP]

SCHEDULE
6:30 - 7:00 Candidate introductions
7:00 - 8:30 Film screenings




Special thanks to Langan for hosting this event!


The Urban Green CouncilᅠEmerging Professionals are a dedicated group of young professionals who work to create a network of leaders in the field of sustainability. Led by a core group of volunteer leaders, they develop opportunities for involvement through Urban Green Council to further generate momentum for the green building industry.


2013 EP Holiday Party



The Emerging Professionals of Urban Green Council invite you to our2013 Holiday Party! After a great party last year, this year?s festivitiesᅠwill again be held at the remarkableᅠReVision Lounge and Galleryᅠ- the only bar in town with furnishings made entirely from recycled materials.ᅠ

Don't miss our biggest party of the year! This is an Ugly Sweater Party so break out those ugly sweaters and comeᅠthirsty andᅠhungry for some holiday treats! ᅠDrink specials (cash bar): $5 well drinks, beer & wine.ᅠAnd we'll be joined by 'official' EP DJ Jeremy Cap! ᅠ

LOCATION
ReVision Lounge
219 Avenue B
New York, NY 10009 [MAP]

This event is free, but please register ahead of time due to limited capacity.ᅠ

The Urban Green CouncilᅠEmerging Professionalsare a dedicated group of young professionals who work to create a network of leaders in the field of sustainability. Led by a core group of volunteer leaders, they develop opportunities for involvement through Urban Green Council to further generate momentum for the green building industry.

EP October Forum 2013

Continuing Education Credits

GBCI:
Approved for 1
AIA CES:
Approved for 1



New York City and its waste have had a troubled relationship for decades: a system once defined by on-site waste incineration and towering landfills has given way to long-distance trucking as far away as Pennsylvania and Virginia. While the city now seeks to make its waste infrastructure more sustainable, it is everyday New Yorkers who are leading the way and showing how to change the bad habits and built-in systems that create the problem in the first place.ᅠJoin Urban Green Council'sᅠEmerging Professionalsᅠfor our October Forum to hear from community experts working on composting food waste, reducing trash in school, and recycling in large multifamily buildings.

SPEAKERS

Debby Lee Cohenᅠ|ᅠCo-Founder and Director,ᅠCafeteria Culture
Debby is trained as a collaborative visual artist and educator. In April 2010, she received the Eco-Hero award from the United Federation of Teachers (UFT) Green Schools Committee for her efforts in reducing styrofoam tray use in NYC schools (Trayless Tuesdays has reduced styrofoam tray use in NYC by 70 million trays to date). She is a member and chair of the Messaging Committee of Manhattan Citizen's Solid Waste Advisory Board (SWAB). For eight years, Debby Lee designed the giant puppets for New York?s Halloween Parade, focusing on environmental themes and organized hundreds of volunteer puppeteers. She has designed sculptural promotional costumes for Ben & Jerry?s Ice Cream and Nantucket Nectars and packaging for salad dressings and sauces.

Justin Green | Co-Founder and Director, Build It Green!NYC
Justin has overseen BIG!NYC?s development from its? beginning in 2004, having managed the first two deconstruction projects for the Durst Organization that generated the materials required to launch BIG!NYC. Justin also piloted and directed NYC Cool Roofs for its first two years. Before BIG!NYC, Justin worked at Community Environmental Center (CEC), the Long Island City based non-profit addressing the housing and energy efficiency needs of low- and middle-income communities. While at CEC, Justin assisted their efforts to establish a statewide loan fund for the installation of energy efficiency measures. He has also managed construction crews in residential development, worked as a Loan Associate with Low Income Investment Fund monitoring loans to non-profit housing developers, and designed for an educational dotcom. Justin received his BA with a double major in Economics and Community Development from Oberlin College.

Eadaoin Quinnᅠ|ᅠEducation Coordinator,ᅠSims Municipal Recycling
Eadaoin Quinn is an environmental educator focused on promoting waste reduction. At Sims Municipal Recycling, the company that processes all of NYC?s metal, glass and plastic curbside recyclables, Ms. Quinn works as the Education & Administrative Coordinator. Over the past year, she has brought their mobile recycling education lab, The Recyclarium, to events and schools throughout the city reaching nearly 15,000 visitors. Ms. Quinn will continue to lead Sims? educational outreach when they open their new state-of-the-art recycling facility and education center later this year in Brooklyn. Ms. Quinn became interested in waste issues while living in Toronto (waste diversion rate of 52%, compared to NYC?s 16%), where she was studying forest ecology. Now, through her position at Sims and her role as the Co-Secretary of the Manhattan Solid Waste Advisory Board, she uses her passion for conserving natural environments as inspiration for helping others think twice about throwing something ?away.?

Daniel Tainowᅠ|ᅠEducation Director,ᅠLower East Side Ecology Center
Dan learned the importance of protecting our environment early in life while exploring the disappearing forests of New Jersey and fishing with his family aboard his uncle's NY/NJ Baykeeper boat in the Hudson-Raritan Estuary. Daniel earned a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science and Engineering from James Madison University in Virginia, and then went on to earn a Master of Arts in Environment and Community from Humboldt State University in California. He has taught and organized environmental education programs as an AmeriCorps Member and a Naturalist in Cape Cod National Seashore, Point Reyes National Seashore, Watchung Reservation in New Jersey, and most recently as the Manager of the NYC Compost Project at the Queens Botanical Garden. Daniel has been a resident of the Lower East Side for five years. He is a member of Transportation Alternatives East Side Committee and serves on the board of the Western Queens Compost Initiative.

CONTINUING EDUCATION






GBCI: Approved for 1.0 CE Hour


As always, networking will continue at ourᅠ*mandatory* extended happy hour(s)ᅠat Legends Bar across the street!ᅠ

QUESTIONS?
Please contact theᅠEP Co-Chairs, Lee & Justin, atᅠemergingprofessionals[at]urbangreencouncil.org.

LOCATION
Empire State Building (Skanska office)ᅠ
350 Fifth Avenue, 32nd Floorᅠ
New York, NY 10118 [map]

PLEASE NOTE:
This event isᅠfree (registration is still required!)ᅠforᅠUrban Green Council Members, but there is aᅠ$5 admission feeᅠfor non-members. Your donation is critical in supporting Emerging Professionals events.ᅠ

IMPORTANT SECURITY NOTICE:
Due to the high security restrictions of the Empire State Building, youᅠmust registerᅠfor this event. We cannot accept walk-ins.ᅠ

The Urban Green CouncilEmerging Professionalsare a dedicated group of young professionals who work to create a network of leaders in the field of sustainability. Led by a core group of volunteer leaders, they develop opportunities for involvement through Urban Green Council to further generate momentum for the green building industry.

Skanska

Special thanks to Skanska for generously hosting our Monthly Educational Forum.

Sustainable Built Environment: A Career Fair

Event Prices: 
Urban Green Council Sponsors
$150
Non-Sponsors
$250
Non-Profits
$50

*Registration is now closed; walk-ins are welcome.*

The Urban Green Council Emerging Professionals (EP) are excited to be partnering with the Sustainable Interior Environments Graduate Program and the Interior Design Program at FIT/SUNY to presentᅠSustainable Built Environment: A Career Fair.

This event offers a unique opportunity for young professionals and students to connect and market their skills to some of New York City?s green leaders in architecture, engineering, real estate, and interior design.

Industry professionals and members of FIT's Interior Design Advisory Board will also offer resume and portfolio reviews. Students will be able to sign up for 15 minute review sessions at the event, so bring your materials with you!ᅠ

In conjunction with the Career Fair, the evening's Salon,ᅠSkill Building or Creative Thinking? Graduate Schools and the Future Workforceᅠwill address the role of graduate school in preparing tomorrow's workforce. Do firms want graduates who have learned a specific way of thinking or a certain set of skills? Hear what our panelists have to say about these important questions.

Whether you are looking for a job, internship, career transition, or advice on your resume or portfolio, this event will provide valuable knowledge and networking opportunities.

Participating Companies

475 High Performance Building Supply
Atelier Ten
Build It Green!NYC
Blue Planet Environmental, Inc.
Darius Toraby Architects P.C.
Delos Living, LLC
FXFOWLE
Green Mountain Energy
Holzman Moss Bottino Architecture
Jones Lang LaSalle
Perkins Eastman
Skanska
Skidmore, Owings &
ᅠMerrill LLP
Terrapin Bright Green
Willdan Energy Solutions

 

Schedule

3:30 pm - 6:00 pm ᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠ Career Fair ᅠ ᅠ ᅠ ᅠ ᅠ ᅠ ᅠ ᅠ ᅠ ᅠᅠ
6:00 pm - 6:30 pm ᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠ Receptionᅠ ᅠ ᅠ ᅠ ᅠ ᅠ ᅠ ᅠ ᅠ ᅠ
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm ᅠ ᅠ ᅠ ᅠ ᅠ ᅠ ᅠ ᅠ       ᅠ Panel Discussion (Salon) ᅠ ᅠ ᅠᅠ
8:30 pm ᅠ ᅠ ᅠ ᅠ ᅠ ᅠ ᅠ ᅠ ᅠ ᅠ ᅠ ᅠ ᅠ ᅠ ᅠ ᅠ ᅠEP Happy Hour at Stout NYC (133 W. 33rd St.) ᅠ ᅠ ᅠ ᅠ ᅠ ᅠ ᅠ ᅠ ᅠ ᅠ

Location

Fashion Institute of Technology
John E. Reeves Great Hall
227 West 27th Street (Enter on 28th Street, between 7th & 8th Avenues)
New York, NY
[MAP]

Hiring?

This is a great opportunity for firms seeking fresh, new talent.ᅠCareer Fair tables are available for purchase until October 21, 2013. Tables are $50 for non-profits, $150 for Urban Green Sponsors and $250 for non-sponsors. Please visit our Table Registration page to sign up.

Contact

Questions about the event? Please contact emergingprofessionals@urbangreencouncil.org.

Interested in joining our Emerging Professionals group?ᅠInclude the membership purchase option below and select EP Membership. Find out more about membership benefitsᅠhere.ᅠ

 

Special thanks to Fashion Institute of Technology for hosting this event!
FIT students receive complimentary admission by showing their Student ID.

 

EP September Forum



Join Urban Green Council'sᅠEmerging Professionalsᅠto learn about one of the latest trends in architectural modeling - augmented reality. ᅠAugmented reality is a practical and innovative way to communicate designs and can be used to market and sell products and services. ᅠFurthermore, augmented reality is breaking ground as a tool for sustainable design with the ability to integrateᅠreal-time site data, such as weather,ᅠto visualize a project's energy flow.ᅠ

SPEAKER

Leila d'Heurle |ᅠBusiness Development Manager USA, Artefacto

French company Artefacto is focused on Computer-Generated Imagery for the architecture, urban planning, and transportation sectors. ᅠHaving expanded their R&D activity over the last five years, Artefacto is leading the way in the design and production of 3D communication tools with Urbasee, a software enabling the superpostion of a 3D scale model in its context on a tablet or smartphone.

Artefacto has recently established operations in the US, led by Leila d'Huerle. ᅠLeila develops and manages Artefacto's sales and customer support. ᅠShe has previously worked in sales, consulting, and project management for diverse industries around the world and has a master's degree in management and finance.


As always, networking will continue at ourᅠ*mandatory* extended happy hour(s)ᅠat Legends Bar across the street!ᅠ

QUESTIONS?

Please contact theᅠEP Co-Chairs, Lee & Justin, atᅠemergingprofessionals[at]urbangreencouncil.org.

LOCATION
Empire State Building (Skanska office)ᅠ
350 Fifth Avenue, 32nd Floorᅠ
New York, NY 10118 [map]

PLEASE NOTE:
This event isᅠfree (registration is still required!)ᅠforᅠUrban Green Council Members, but there is aᅠ$5 admission feeᅠfor non-members. Your donation is critical in supporting Emerging Professionals events.ᅠ

IMPORTANT SECURITY NOTICE:
Due to the high security restrictions of the Empire State Building, youᅠmust registerᅠfor this event. We cannot accept walk-ins.ᅠ

The Urban Green CouncilᅠEmerging Professionalsare a dedicated group of young professionals who work to create a network of leaders in the field of sustainability. Led by a core group of volunteer leaders, they develop opportunities for involvement through Urban Green Council to further generate momentum for the green building industry.

Skanska
Special thanks to Skanska for generously hosting our Monthly Educational Forum.

EP August Forum: Power Networking



Join Urban Green Council'sᅠEmerging Professionalsᅠfor a more interactive twist on our monthly forums: power networking!

This more structured version of our usual post-forum happy hour will provide a great opportunity to make connections based on your interests or industry within the green building field. ᅠSo come prepared to mingle with other young professionals, whether it is your first meeting or your 50th!

Legends will have happy hour specials through 8:00pm.


LOCATION
Legends Bar
6 W 33rd St
New York, NY 10001 [MAP]


QUESTIONS?

Please contact theᅠEP Co-Chairs, Lee & Justin, atᅠemergingprofessionals[at]urbangreencouncil.org.

PLEASE NOTE:
This event isᅠfree (registration is still required!)ᅠforᅠUrban Green Council Members, but there is aᅠ$5 admission feeᅠfor non-members. Your donation is critical in supporting Emerging Professionals events.ᅠ

The Urban Green CouncilᅠEmerging Professionalsare a dedicated group of young professionals who work to create a network of leaders in the field of sustainability. Led by a core group of volunteer leaders, they develop opportunities for involvement through Urban Green Council to further generate momentum for the green building industry.


EP Sustainability Graduate Mixer

Event Prices: 
General
Free Admission

Join Urban Green Council's Emerging Professionals (EP) along with several New York City graduate programs focused on green building and sustainability to kick off the new school year! This is a chance to mingle with graduate students in your program and from other programs across the city, and a great opportunity for young professionals considering graduate school to meet current students.

The event is free and open to all; drink specials and light snacks will be provided. ᅠ

PARTNER SCHOOLS

Bard College: MBA in Sustainability
The City College of New York:ᅠSustainability in the Urban Environment
Columbia University: Sustainability Management
The New School:ᅠEnvironmental Policy & Sustainability Management
New York University: Center for the Sustainable Built Environment
Pratt Institute: Sustainable Environmental Systems

Interested in joining Urban Green's Emerging Professionals? Check out the EP community page to learn more.

EP July Forum: Honest Buildings

Continuing Education Credits

GBCI:
Approved for 1
AIA CES:
Approved for 1



Join Urban Green Council's Emerging Professionals to learn about the rapidly growing real estate network Honest Buildings at our July Forum. Honest Buildings CEO Riggs Kubiak will examine the uses of technology and data analysis as a means of making smart capital allocation and maintenance decisions on several different types of properties, both old and new. A group of highly experienced real estate panelists will then follow up the presentation with engaging ideas about trends in technology and applications to decision-making in real estate. Join us in exploring the future of the real estate industry.

SPEAKER

Riggs Kubiak
| CEOᅠand Founder, Honest Buildings Network

Riggs is CEO and Founder of the New York City based Honest Buildings Network which connects commercial real estate professionals, companies, and projects for millions of buildings globally. Real estate decision makers use the HB Network to source, qualify and select building professionals for their projects faster and more efficiently than ever before.
Prior to founding Honest Buildings, Riggs served as Global Director of Sustainability at Tishman Speyer, a global real estate developer, owner and operator, with over 70 million square feet under management.

Riggs is an active member of Urban Land Institute.

PANELISTS

Gary Kohrt |Vice President of Marketing and Product Marketing, Iconics

Gary has 30+ years of professional experience in the Building Automation market. Prior to his position as VP of Marketing at ICONICS, Gary worked for United Technologies as the Director of Product Management and Marketing helping define new products for the Video Surveillance and Card Access market. Gary has an MBA in Strategic Planning, Technical Management from the University of Dallas and a BS in Control/Computer Engineering from University of Texas at Austin.

ICONICS, a Microsoft award winning, Gold Certified Partner of the Year, provides solutions to improve productivity, reduce integration time and operating costs and optimize asset utilization with visualization and automation software. Founded in 1986, ICONICS has 300,000 installations in over 60 countries worldwide. ICONICS meets the demanding application challenges of the automotive, building automation, food and beverage, government infrastructure, manufacturing, petrochemical, pharmaceutical, renewable energy, utilities and water/wastewater industries. As a managed Microsoft ISV Partner, ICONICS designs its solutions to leverage Microsoft technologies, including multiple Windows platforms (including Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012), Microsoft .NET, Silverlight, SQL and SharePoint Portal Server. ICONICS is the honored recipient of multiple Microsoft awards and achievements.

Scott Sidman | Senior Vice President, Building Engines, Inc.

Mr. Sidman is a real estate and technology veteran. For 9 years, he has led development and expansion of Building Engines, overseeing marketing, strategic client and partner relationships and evaluation of new markets and products for the company in thousands of buildings across hundreds of millions of square feet in the US and Canada. He is a regular writer, contributor and speaker on real estate technology, trends and best practices. Mr. Sidman was previously a principal at Cedona Technologies, a digital media and event archival firm, and founded several companies including a commercial CRE services firm in Boston. He is a graduate of Cornell University.

Building Engines is an innovative software as a service (SaaS) provider of a mobile property operations platform for commercial real estate. We help our clients improve building operations and tenant service by automating tasks and simplifying data collection through the use of mobile technology. This delivers real-time visibility and actionable intelligence to property teams. We are the only real estate technology provider to support all major mobile platforms and tightly integrate the power and capabilities of smartphones and tablets into our application. It?s all backed by 12 years of experience and service that?s led to a 98% client retention rate.

Yusha Hu | Director of Market Development, Honest Buildings

Yusha leads global market development with property owners and managers at Honest Buildings. Prior to joining Honest Buildings, Yusha held positions in finance, sustainability, and operations at Fortune 300 energy company NRG Energy. She was awarded a Fulbright Fellowship by the U.S. Department of State and received her BA from Swarthmore College.

Honest Buildings is a network to showcase and discover the best building solutions and providers. Through its HB Match service, Honest Buildings is able to produce detailed evaluations of companies to compare, vet and select the best solution provider for the specific requirements of a building project, saving valuable time and resources. Over the past five months alone, approximately $25 million in contracts were originated through the Honest Buildings platform, which hosts the project portfolios of thousands of building solution providers and features nearly one million researched building profiles.


As always, networking will continue at ourᅠ*mandatory* extended happy hour(s)ᅠat Legends Bar across the street!ᅠ

QUESTIONS?

Please contact theᅠEP Co-Chairs, Lee & Justin, atᅠemergingprofessionals[at]urbangreencouncil.org.

LOCATION
Empire State Building (Skanska office)ᅠ
350 Fifth Avenue, 32nd Floorᅠ
New York, NY 10118 [map]

CONTINUING EDUCATION


GBCIᅠ(LEED CMP Credits) - Approved for 1.0 CE Hour
AIA/CES Creditsᅠ
- Approved for 1.0 HSW/LU Hour

PLEASE NOTE:
This event isᅠfree (registration is still required!)ᅠforᅠUrban Green Council Members, but there is aᅠ$5 admission feeᅠfor non-members. Your donation is critical in supporting Emerging Professionals events.ᅠ

IMPORTANT SECURITY NOTICE:
Due to the high security restrictions of the Empire State Building, youᅠmust registerᅠfor this event. We cannot accept walk-ins.ᅠ

The Urban Green CouncilᅠEmerging Professionals are a dedicated group of young professionals who work to create a network of leaders in the field of sustainability. Led by a core group of volunteer leaders, they develop opportunities for involvement through Urban Green Council to further generate momentum for the green building industry.

Skanska
Special thanks to Skanska for generously hosting our Monthly Educational Forum.

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