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Energy is one budget item that NYC co-ops and condos can lower, and the articles here will give you ideas on how to do that. Plus, New York City has passed an ambitious set of laws that requires buildings to reduce their carbon emissions over the next decade, and all buildings will have to comply. For co-ops and condos, this means taking action now.

Climate Change Time: It’s Five Minutes Till Midnight

Written by William D. McCracken on November 16, 2021

New York City

Co-op and condo boards need to start reducing their carbon footprint.

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The Climate Mobilization Act requires a long-range, holistic plan.

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Co-op and condo boards hit a snag in quest for green electricity.

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The appeal of organics recycling appears to be tied to income.

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State continues push to replace fossil fuels with electrification.

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Smaller co-ops and condos will need help from lenders and the government.

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Co-ops and condos can sign up for free curbside pickup of organic waste.

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Co-ops and condos can get rebates to pay for a cutting-edge amenity.

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New U.N. report says no time for delay on action to slow climate change.

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Low incentives are making the math unattractive to most buildings.

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