Solar Power Legislation, Green Cemeteries, and Sustainable Products Workshop

Albany Times Union calls for legislators to adopt “compromise plan” from Senator James Wright (R-Watertown) for utility redemption of excess green power generated by solar systems Construction Specifications Institute New York Chapter to offer Process of Selecting and Specifying Sustainable Products workshop at Annie Moore’s Bar & Restaurant in Midtown on January 9 at 6:30PM [...]

  • Albany Times Union calls for legislators to adopt “compromise plan” from Senator James Wright (R-Watertown) for utility redemption of excess green power generated by solar systems
  • Construction Specifications Institute New York Chapter to offer Process of Selecting and Specifying Sustainable Products workshop at Annie Moore’s Bar & Restaurant in Midtown on January 9 at 6:30PM
  • Green cemeteries and deathcare the “latest frontier” of the sustainability movement including facilities across New York and New Jersey
  • Port Authority increases bridge and tunnel tolls by 33% but PATH fares by smaller figure than expected
  • Streetsblog prepares for Making Solar Happen in New York City panel on January 9
  • Queens continues to go green as residents participate in NYC Compost Project at Botanical Garden in Flushing

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