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Dana Robbins Schneider recognized as NAFE Sustainability Champion

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Our very own Dana Robbins Schneider was recognized last week by NAFE as one of 16 recipients of its annual Women of Excellence Awards. The award honors Dana as NAFE Sustainability Champion for her outstanding accomplishments and leadership.

“I am proud to be recognized by a group that does an amazing job of supporting professional women around the country,” said Robbins Schneider. “It is truly… Read More

JLL’s Dana Robbins Schneider Moves NYC to a Greener Future

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Climate change is one of the greatest challenges facing our generation, and JLL’s Dana Robbins Schneider has partnered with the City of New York through #OneNYC to reduce our footprint on the environment.

At the beginning of 2015, the City of New York brought together leaders from the real estate industry, engineers, architects, academics, and affordable housing experts to form the Technical Working Group (TWG). The group was gathered to develop a… Read More

New York City is seeing green

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JLL’s Dana Robbins Schneider talks the benefits of retrofitting in the Commercial Observer

Dana Robbins Schneider, JLL Senior Vice President

Dana Robbins Schneider, JLL Senior Vice President

JLL Senior Vice President and energy and sustainability expert, Dana Robbins Schneider, was recently featured in an article in the Commercial Observer by Sara Pepitone, entitled “Green Day: The City and Landlords are Going… Read More

Accidental data centers: is your office spending more on energy than it needs to?

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JLL’s Dana Robbins Schneider explains how forethought and planning can drive significant energy savings for companies.

Dana Robbins Schneider, JLL Senior Vice President

Dana Robbins Schneider, JLL Senior Vice President

JLL Senior Vice President and energy and sustainability expert Dana Robbins Schneider recently addressed the topic of “accidental data centers” as a speaker at VERGE Salon NY: Next-Gen Buildings and Cities.… Read More