Semester Projects

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Rent Regulation by Jessica Sanchez

Embodied Energy

Reducing CO2 emission is a main step to fight climate change. Building constructions consume a significant amount of energy and natural resources. The energy spent on the production of the building materials is nonrenewable and has wide environmental impacts. Correct calculation of embodied energy will reduce future energy use, and therefore, can lower environmental impact. Using local materials for building construction lowers CO2 emission and energy use. This research will explain what embodied energy is, why it is so important for building and construction, where it is applicable, and will compare two building materials and their embodied energy.

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Christopher Faust – Semester Project

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Dan Murphy, Final Project


Klaudia Dziekonska – semester project

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Final Semester Project Fall 2017 – Jasmine Luna

SPRING 2017!!!

Independence and Sustainability Initiative by Lloyd Williams


Forest Explorers Program by Brooke Astarita


Energy Sustainability in Queens College by Corides Gonzalez


Long Island Sound Research by Mikael Kerr


The Environmental Law and Justice Project by Victor Hillergren


NYC MS4 Permit Project by Gordon Chike


A Sustainability Guide for the Office Environment and Business Operations by Dina Pugliesi


FALL 2016

Rooftop Turbines in the Built Environment by Collan Campbell

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Apec Ocean Lesson Plan by Steffani Ruf

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Science of the Living City Seminars by Margaret Mccabe

imag0234  Managed Retreat Project as of 11-18-16

Teacher Motivation w/in Garden Based Learning: Survey by Alina Firer


Cooking and Eating Together Class Curriculum by Christine Rocha


Pomonok Farmer’s Market and Food Box Program by Nicole Marin Torres


We Act for Environmental Justice by Nick Kisarewski