For quite some time many individuals have had mixed feelings about solar energy. On the one hand, the idea of having one’s home and lifestyle powered by the sun has a positive, innate harmony that many find attractive. On the other hand, the idea of spending $20,000 to $30,000 or more for a solar array […]
Five communities participating in NY’s Brownfield Opportunity Areas (BOA) program were recognized at the 8th Annual Brownfields Summit in Albany. Created in 2003 as part of the state’s landmark Brownfields law, BOA provides resources to poor urban and downtown communities to address brownfields and the underlying conditions fueling abandonment and decay. BOA has become very […]
Over the past year, Sustainable Long Island has proudly worked with different graduate students on their Capstone Projects – a multifaceted assignment that serves as a culminating academic and intellectual experience for students.
Gradually Green Final Report
We recently worked with NYU Wagner students and completed the latest semester’s […]