New York readies tighter building code for green push

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Mayor's office unveils tough new green building rules that will force many property owners to invest in energy efficiency

New York has continued its drive to establish the city as the world's leading green metropolis, unveiling a new six-point plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from its buildings. The Greener, Greater...

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