Henry Gifford and his attorneys have filed their opposition to USGBC’s motion to dismiss Mr. Gifford’s amended complaint in Gifford et al. v. USGBC.
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As expected, USGBC has filed a pre-answer motion to dismiss Henry Gifford’s amended complaint on the basis that he and his fellow plaintiffs have failed to state a claim upon which relief can be granted.
A panel discussion at the recent West Coast Green conference touched on some important liability issues as they relate to green building and sustainability.
Despite the gloom on Wall Street, an investment bank focusing entirely on green technology is on track to double its revenues by 2009.
The City Council’s infrastructure task force is exploring how solar power could be deployed more extensively across Gotham’s public and private building stock.
The head of USGBC’s LEED for Neighborhood Development initiative recently voiced some strong opinions here in New York City about the organization’s shortcomings in addressing environmental issues on a broader scale than individual buildings.
Plans to turn New York City’s iconic yellow taxi fleet into hybrids is being met with some resistance by the Taxi and Limousine Commission.
At Norwalk Community College in Connecticut, students are petitioning against a new lab building’s relative lack of green features.
An ambitious new proposal aims to build seven 400-foot wind turbines that could generate 17 megawatts of energy right on top of the Fresh Kills landfill.
The New York League of Conservation Voters’ new Climate Action PAC will support candidates who support environmental initiatives.