A new Executive Order has created the New York State Green Procurement and Agency Sustainability Program, which aims to boost the Empire State’s purchase of environment-friendly products and services.
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In good news for green building across Kings County, Brooklyn has placed fourth on a recent list of cities ranked by square footage of green roofs.
Big box retailers are seeing increased demand for green building products and materials.
New York City has placed 20th in a recent compilation of America’s 50 greenest cities prepared by the Popular Science magazine.
Brooklyn residents are pushing for action from the NYCDEP to clean up Newtown Creek, the East River branch that separates Brooklyn from Queens just south of Long Island City.
The clock is ticking on a decision for the controversial congestion pricing initiative including in Mayor Bloomberg’s PlaNYC 2030.
Should we look at LEED for Neighborhood Development more critically here in New York City?
The Verdesian luxury rental apartment building in Battery Park City is the first in the country to earn LEED Platinum.
The Hudson Yards Community Advisory Committee has released a response to the West Side Rail Yards proposals in a letter to the MTA that calls for green building practices across the Hudson Yards project.