Tudor City offers tranquil gardens in Manhattan

Tudor City offers tranquil gardens in Manhattan

Image via Wikipedia The Green Queen is making inroads into Tudor City. With her listing at 25 Tudor City Place, she's eager to help some lucky buyer put down roots in this gardened corner of Manhattan. This development contains two gardens, ...

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Solar One inspires green living in Gramercy Park

Solar One inspires green living in Gramercy Park

Image via Wikipedia As an EcoBroker, Susan Singer always looks for greener pastures when buying or selling real estate for her clients. So when she first listed the property at 4 Lexington Ave she turned to her friends ...

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Greener Greater Buildings Plan for New York City

Greener Greater Buildings Plan for New York City

As part of a new series of papers regarding federal, state and local decisions to expand energy efficiency choices for consumers, Distributed Energy Financial Group (DEFG) has published a free report on New York City’s “Greener Greater Buildings Plan.” The Greener ...

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Greenpeace Scores “Greenness” of IT Companies

Greenpeace Scores Greenness of IT Companies

It's no secret that the Information Technology (IT) industry uses a massive amount of energy, manufacturing, transporting and just running. That's where Greenpeace's "Cool IT Leaderboard" comes in. For the the third time, Greenpeace has measured the environmental efforts of the ...

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Paper Receipts – Are They Wasteful? (A Poll)

Paper Receipts - Are They Wasteful? (A Poll)

Image by amanders2 via Flickr As credit and debit card transactions continue their prominence in our financial lives have you ever stopped to wonder if paper receipts are wasteful? When you’re at the ATM do you opt ...

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