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Mr. Russell Unger

Executive Director

Urban Green Council

Direct Phone: (212) ***-****       

Email: r***@***.org

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Urban Green Council

40 Fulton Street Suite 802

New York, New York 10038

United States

Company Description

Urban Green Council currently offers LEED Technical Review Workshops, which are a full-day program intended for people preparing for the LEED Accredited Professional exam. We also offer Study Groups, which take place on five consecutive evenings that in ... more

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Background Information

Affiliations

Board Member
NYC Energy Policy Task Force

Council Committees
City

Education

law degree , cum laude

New York University School of Law

undergraduate degree , first class honors

McGill University

Web References (199 Total References)


"Mayor de Blasio has tasked the ...

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"Mayor de Blasio has tasked the Technical Working Group with an ambitious mandate that will accelerate the city's green trajectory and rightfully focuses on buildings, the source of 75 percent of carbon emissions," said Russell Unger, Executive Director of Urban Green Council.


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Russell Unger, executive director of the Urban Green Council, issued a report with 33 recommendations to make the city's buildings more rigid.


"The more sophisticated owners already ...

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"The more sophisticated owners already look at this stuff," said Russell Unger, executive director of the Urban Green Council.


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This panel discussion - made of prominent professionals from varied backgrounds - thus questioned what New York will be like in 35 years time, as a result of the challenges and opportunities of today, featuring panelists Kai-Uwe Bergmann, Partner, Bjarke Ingels Group; Russell Unger, Executive Director, Urban Green Council; Scott Frank, Partner, JBB; and Tom Wright, President, Regional Plan Association.

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Finally, Russell Unger touched on the cities sustainability prospects, explaining that "In 2050 I don't imagine a Shangri-La scenario where everyone is walking down the street thinking about their carbon footprint, but we are probably going to see more storms in New York.
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This panel discussion - made of prominent professionals from varied backgrounds - thus questioned what New York will be like in 35 years time, as a result of the challenges and opportunities of today, featuring panelists Kai-Uwe Bergmann, Partner, Bjarke Ingels Group; Russell Unger, Executive Director, Urban Green Council; Scott Frank, Partner, JBB; and Tom Wright, President, Regional Plan Association.
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Finally, Russell Unger touched on the cities sustainability prospects, explaining that "In 2050 I don't imagine a Shangri-La scenario where everyone is walking down the street thinking about their carbon footprint, but we are probably going to see more storms in New York.
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This panel discussion - made of prominent professionals from varied backgrounds - thus questioned what New York will be like in 35 years time, as a result of the challenges and opportunities of today, featuring panelists Kai-Uwe Bergmann, Partner, Bjarke Ingels Group; Russell Unger, Executive Director, Urban Green Council; Scott Frank, Partner, JBB; and Tom Wright, President, Regional Plan Association.
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Finally, Russell Unger touched on the cities sustainability prospects, explaining that "In 2050 I don't imagine a Shangri-La scenario where everyone is walking down the street thinking about their carbon footprint, but we are probably going to see more storms in New York.


This panel discussion - made of ...

www.ctbuh2015.com [cached]

This panel discussion - made of prominent professionals from varied backgrounds - thus questioned what New York will be like in 35 years time, as a result of the challenges and opportunities of today, featuring panelists Kai-Uwe Bergmann, Partner, Bjarke Ingels Group; Russell Unger, Executive Director, Urban Green Council; Scott Frank, Partner, JBB; and Tom Wright, President, Regional Plan Association.

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Finally, Russell Unger touched on the cities sustainability prospects, explaining that "In 2050 I don't imagine a Shangri-La scenario where everyone is walking down the street thinking about their carbon footprint, but we are probably going to see more storms in New York.
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This panel discussion - made of prominent professionals from varied backgrounds - thus questioned what New York will be like in 35 years time, as a result of the challenges and opportunities of today, featuring panelists Kai-Uwe Bergmann, Partner, Bjarke Ingels Group; Russell Unger, Executive Director, Urban Green Council; Scott Frank, Partner, JBB; and Tom Wright, President, Regional Plan Association.
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Finally, Russell Unger touched on the cities sustainability prospects, explaining that "In 2050 I don't imagine a Shangri-La scenario where everyone is walking down the street thinking about their carbon footprint, but we are probably going to see more storms in New York.
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This panel discussion - made of prominent professionals from varied backgrounds - thus questioned what New York will be like in 35 years time, as a result of the challenges and opportunities of today, featuring panelists Kai-Uwe Bergmann, Partner, Bjarke Ingels Group; Russell Unger, Executive Director, Urban Green Council; Scott Frank, Partner, JBB; and Tom Wright, President, Regional Plan Association.
...
Finally, Russell Unger touched on the cities sustainability prospects, explaining that "In 2050 I don't imagine a Shangri-La scenario where everyone is walking down the street thinking about their carbon footprint, but we are probably going to see more storms in New York.
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This panel discussion - made of prominent professionals from varied backgrounds - thus questioned what New York will be like in 35 years time, as a result of the challenges and opportunities of today, featuring panelists Kai-Uwe Bergmann, Partner, Bjarke Ingels Group; Russell Unger, Executive Director, Urban Green Council; Scott Frank, Partner, JBB; and Tom Wright, President, Regional Plan Association.
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Finally, Russell Unger touched on the cities sustainability prospects, explaining that "In 2050 I don't imagine a Shangri-La scenario where everyone is walking down the street thinking about their carbon footprint, but we are probably going to see more storms in New York.
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This panel discussion - made of prominent professionals from varied backgrounds - thus questioned what New York will be like in 35 years time, as a result of the challenges and opportunities of today, featuring panelists Kai-Uwe Bergmann, Partner, Bjarke Ingels Group; Russell Unger, Executive Director, Urban Green Council; Scott Frank, Partner, JBB; and Tom Wright, President, Regional Plan Association.
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Finally, Russell Unger touched on the cities sustainability prospects, explaining that "In 2050 I don't imagine a Shangri-La scenario where everyone is walking down the street thinking about their carbon footprint, but we are probably going to see more storms in New York.
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This panel discussion - made of prominent professionals from varied backgrounds - thus questioned what New York will be like in 35 years time, as a result of the challenges and opportunities of today, featuring panelists Kai-Uwe Bergmann, Partner, Bjarke Ingels Group; Russell Unger, Executive Director, Urban Green Council; Scott Frank, Partner, JBB; and Tom Wright, President, Regional Plan Association.
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Finally, Russell Unger touched on the cities sustainability prospects, explaining that "In 2050 I don't imagine a Shangri-La scenario where everyone is walking down the street thinking about their carbon footprint, but we are probably going to see more storms in New York.

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