Social and Economic Impacts of COVID-19 (the “Coronavirus”)
These are unusual and trying times. COVID-19 (the “Coronavirus”) pandemic first appeared in Wuhan, China in December 2019. Since then, approximately 3,990 individuals have died as a result of the virus and over 113,766 people have been infected worldwide.
Building Energy NYC 2015 Cross-Disciplinary Conference
We are happy to share USL Technology’s involvement with the planning and coordination of the upcoming one-day BuildingEnergy NYC 2015 conference in NYC.
The Winners of the 2014 EDF Climate Corps Fellowship Awards
For the past seven years, EDF Climate Corps fellows have delivered incredible results: $1.4 billion in energy savings identified since 2008.Since I started working at EDF over two years ago, I’ve always known that to be true.
MS Students Tackle Tough Environmental Problems
Current Sustainability Management student Fatou Jabbie presents the mid-semester findings for the “Design Self-Sustaining Business Model for Innovation Africa” workshop team. (Photo: Alan Burchell)
These Eco-Friendly Startups Will Go Where The Trump Administration Won't
Jabbie founded USL Technology, a sustainability engineering firm, five years ago to help architects and developers build more sustainable infrastructure in New York City.
The Premier Fellowship Program For Clean Energy and Sustainability
Join the exclusive network of over one thousand energy and sustainability professionals, working to advance climate solutions in high-impact organization around the world.
How This Engineer Shatters A Glass Ceiling & Takes Down A Few More Stereotypes With Her
If there is a glass ceiling in Fatou Jabbie’s way, you can bet that she is going to shatter it — but not until she has made it more efficient.
WISE Tackles the Climate Mobilization Act: Event Recap
The latest addition of our Women in Sustainability (WISE) series, “WISE Tackles the Climate Mobilization Act”, occurred on Thursday evening, October 10.