Carol J. Ott, publisher and editor-in-chief of Habitat magazine, will be the featured guest of Brooklyn-based WBAI (99.5-FM) radio's "Living for the City" program at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 4 at 11 a.m.
To stream the half-hour show, click here.
The interview, hosted by Michael G. Haskins, focuses primarily on the city's sweeping Climate Mobilization Act's Local Law 97, which will require owners of large buildings, including co-op and condo boards, to reduce their buildings' carbon emissions under prescribed caps beginning in 2024, or face hefty fines.
The law is a pressing concern for co-op and condo boards, as witnessed by the city's recent release of a second round of rules on how buildings can comply, and the introduction of a new bill before the New York City Council that seeks to push back enforcement of the law by a decade.
In addition to the Climate Mobilization Act, Ott discusses the evolution of Habitat's coverage over its forty-year-plus existence. Since she began publishing the magazine in May 1982, it has evolved into a trusted source of information for co-op, condo and homeowners association directors throughout metropolitan New York City.
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