Adalene Minelli

Press Release: NYU Study Finds Adding Carbon Trading to Landmark Climate Law Could Amplify Benefits and Promote Environmental Justice; Cost of Compliance with the Law Also Predicted to be Lower than Commonly Reported

Today, NYU researchers released the first study to rigorously assess the predicted impacts of Local Law 97 of 2019 (LL97), the City of New York’s signature climate law. The law caps the amount of greenhouse gases (GHGs) that large buildings can release, starting in 2024. NYU and a team of researchers it assembled conducted the

Press Release: NYU Study Finds Adding Carbon Trading to Landmark Climate Law Could Amplify Benefits and Promote Environmental Justice; Cost of Compliance with the Law Also Predicted to be Lower than Commonly Reported Read More »

Crain’s New York Business: Let Buildings Trade to Meet Carbon Mandate

By: Danielle Spiegel-Feld and Richard B. Stewart The landmark building-efficiency legislation passed by the City Council this month will go a long way toward meeting the city’s climate goals. But it could impose major costs on owners of large buildings. With expensive retrofits and seven-figure fines looming, the city should allow the required emissions reductions

Crain’s New York Business: Let Buildings Trade to Meet Carbon Mandate Read More »

Scroll to Top