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Why carbon-neutral portfolios won’t save the planet
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Why carbon-neutral portfolios won’t save the planet

JBG Smith rang in a seemingly major accomplishment last month: carbon neutrality across a 60-plus building portfolio — and...

Why carbon-neutral portfolios won’t save the planet
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Real estate stung by “sobering” climate report

A new United Nations report paints a bleak picture: The world is on a path toward climate destruction, sea...

Real estate stung by “sobering” climate report
Food stores with huge refrigeration needs don’t get any special consideration under the city’s carbon emissions law. (iStock)

Grocery stores seek reprieve from emissions cap

As far as property manager Burton Wallack is concerned, Morton Williams has been a great tenant at 1211 Madison...

Grocery stores seek reprieve from emissions cap
Under Local Law 97, buildings larger than 25,000 square feet must start meeting new greenhouse-gas emission levels in 2024. (iStock)

Owners’ chance for emissions cap break is over

The window for certain property owners to apply for a break from the city’s emission caps has closed. Owners...

Owners’ chance for emissions cap break is over
Developer Jonathan Rose Maps a Bold Future for New York City

WATCH: How to plan the New York City of 2050

A new administration is heading for New York City, but developer Jonathan Rose believes a plan for the next...

WATCH: How to plan the New York City of 2050
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Why passive house could become NYC’s next design standard

Nicholas Liberis knew his office project in Long Island City had to be different. A new 11-story building surrounded...

Why passive house could become NYC’s next design standard

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