Yes, it’s easy to understand why New Yorkers would be instinctively dismissive of Molecule, a water store–sorry, a water cafe–that sells, um, NYC tap water (and pretty expensive water, at that), especially considering its location in the once-gritty bohemian/hippie/punk (pick your era) enclave of the East Village.
Tagged: Green Living
We all got a break this past “winter” in terms of heating usage–but with oil prices rising and air conditioning season right around the corner, it’s not as though the trend toward green rental properties is going away any time soon.
The Department of City Planning is considering a “Zone Green” amendment to citywide regulations that would offer many more buildings the opportunity to install, especially, wind turbines, but also other energy-saving devices such as rooftop greenhouses, solar panels, and insulation added right on to a structure’s facade.
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