Go green: State links and resources
Looking for green resources in your particular part of the tri-state area? Below are helpful links broken down by state.
This site, run by the NYC government, provides information and tips on how to reach its goal of redcuing carbon emissions by 30 percent by 2030.
The volunteer-run organization's mission is to help spread the adoption of sustainable building methods and materials by owners of small residential and commercial buildings in the city.
New York Energy Research and Development Authority
The site provides material about local government sustainability initiatives in New York State.
New York State Department of Transportation's Green LITES
This page provides information about NYSDOT's GreenLITES program and how it is making a difference across the state.
Mayor's Office of Environmental Coordination
The page contains information regarding the city's green building procedures and reports and manuals.
New York City Department of Environmental Protection
This site serves as an aggregator for all information related to the citywide green initiatives.
State of New Jersey Green Homes Office
The site contains resources for New Jersey residents and housing developers of financial incentives and other information related to sustainable design.
The site, run by the state, gives tips and information on how residents can live a greener life.
New Jersey's Clean Energy Program
The home page for the state's clean energy program. It contains informations about about green job training, green events, refridgerator/freezer recycling and other issues related to lessening one's carbon footprint.
New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection
This coprehensive site features links to a wide array of resources and links related to state conservation and sustainability issues, including site cleanups, waste management, climate change, recycling and stewardship.
This blog-formatted site is constantly updated with articles related to green living in the Nutmeg State, including a listing of green events within the state.
Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection
This coprehensive site includes a section called "Environmental Protection Begins With You," which lists simple ways to have a green mentality in one's home, backyard, garage, workplace, community or on the water.
The Institute for Sustainable Energy
The site of the Eastern Connecticut State University-based institute contains materials that focus on all matters relating to green energy.
CT Green Schools
The site gives ways of how to green any type of school.
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