I’d like to thank everyone for reading and supporting greenbuildingsNYC throughout 2007. It was an incredibly enjoyable and rewarding effort last year, and I’m thrilled that I had the pleasure of meeting and connecting with so many of you both locally here in New York and across the blogosphere. 2008 promises to be another fascinating year for green building and sustainable initiatives, and we’ll continue to cover the most significant news with our usual New York City spin.
Please take a moment to subscribe to our feed via either RSS or email if you haven’t done so already. Before we get the ball rolling here in 2008, though, take a look below the jump back at ten of my favorite posts from 2007 for a flavor of what made the year such a dramatic tipping point for the green building movement both in the Big Apple and across the rest of the country.
All my best to everyone for a happy, healthy, and green 2008!
- 53 West 53rd Street: Jean Nouvel Tower Set to Rise Above MoMA
- Going Green? New York State Should Repeal the Wicks Law
- Is LEED Legislation- Whether Public or Private- Undemocratic?
- KPF to Beer Belly Critics: Big is Beautiful, Functional
- LEED Gold Greenwich Street Towers to Break Ground at WTC in Early 2008
- Need for Green Counsel Becoming Increasingly Salient as Green Claims are Brought Against Design Professionals
- Nuclear Power as Green Power: Debate Will Heat Up as U.S. Eases Permitting Process
- PNC Registers “Green Branch” with Trademark Office
- Top 5 Legal Issues to Consider on Green Projects
- Top 5 New York City Green Buildings: 2007