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ZNCC Presentation: Climate Heritage Network

The Zero Net Carbon Collaboration (ZNCC) is hosting a presentation by Climate Heritage Network (CHN) Steering Committee members Carl Elefante and Lori Ferriss on Thursday, May 18th at 4:30pm. Carl Elefante and Lori Ferriss will discuss the role of buildings and infrastructure within the CHN, activities taking place in 2023, and opportunities to participate as a volunteer. Scott Henson, Principal

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How Having a Green Roof Can Reduce the Effect of Heat Islands

Changes in temperatures can be driven by the development of roads, infrastructure, and large buildings in a small area. Did you know that a “heat island” can be formed by replacing natural vegetation with concrete and urban structures, making a metropolitan area warmer than its surrounding areas? These elevated temperatures during warmer seasons create an increased demand for cooling solutions

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Sustainable Roof Designs: First Steps

Retrofitting a roof can be challenging in New York City, especially when it comes to the city’s goals to reduce urban heat island effects. Each roof retrofit brings its own goals and challenges. Building owners may be presented with several ways to maintain their roof or go green with photovoltaic panels. The City of New York encourages building owners to

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Green Commercial Space and Sustainable Architecture

Commercial buildings contain everything from apartments to department stores, hotels to office space, doughnut shops to medical clinics, and sprawl over more than 80 billion square feet in the U.S. In green-speak this means each year commercial buildings are responsible for close to half of all energy consumption in the United States at the cost of over $200 billion per

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