San Francisco’s new LEED-driven legislation could have significant consequences for the city’s real estate development community.
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.
Should we look at LEED for Neighborhood Development more critically here in New York City?
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.
On Monday, Streetsblog reviewed Heat: How to Stop the Planet from Burning by George Monbiot, a columnist at the UK newspaper Guardian. In it, Monbiot sets forth what Streetsblog calls a “215-page brisk and compelling case for why we should all be very worried.” The book posits that in order to prevent environmental degradation on […]