New York's mayor has told city agencies to build with climate change in mind while private developers are pushing the envelope on passive design

New York City dropped to number two behind Washington, DC in the green buildings awards stakes year, but a new set of guidelines from the mayor's office on resilient building might push the Big Apple back to the top spot in 2018.

The guidelines instruct city agencies to build with...

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