One Bryant Park, the first high-rise building to reach LEED Platinum certification ever, is a tower of fun facts. The Durst Organization has not been shy with unique initiatives here. For infrastructure nerds, the building has a co-generation power plant, one of just a few that exist within commercial buildings in New York City
Tour the 6.75 acre green roof atop NYC's Javits Center!
Tour the Javits Center's 6.75 acre green roof and command center with a first look at the Center's three honey producing beehives! Attend for free as an Insider!
Join a behind-the-scenes tour at a hidden recycling hub as local recyclers share details about how the recycling system works and their journey to recycling.
Solar Energy is sweeping the nation as one of the most rapidly growing energy sources. Learn more about 5 of New York City's largest solar projects.
Ecological City aims to bring together gardeners, students, environmental activists and concerned residents of the East Village and Lower East Side.
Over the next six months, Amtrak will be doing a complete refresh of the train interiors, bringing in new seat cushions, carpeting, lighting, and more.
As a leader in various fields spanning the arts to finance, New York City has unsurprisingly been experimenting with innovative sustainability initiatives.
In a presentation of the Zero Waste Guidelines, leading NYC experts describe the design issues behind waste and how to get to a zero waste future in 2030.
"Wildman" Steve Brill leads urban food foraging tours of NYC area parks, part of his mission to promote urban agriculture and sustainable eating.