Published: March 24, 2013 – By ANNIE KARNI

Developers and other backers of a massive plan to rezone east midtown have a new and surprising arrow in their quiver: a green one.

A report by an environmental consulting group has concluded that the city’s dozens of midcentury glass-sheathed skyscrapers, with a total of tens of millions of square feet of office space, are so wildly energy-inefficient that it would be better for the environment to bulldoze them and start over.

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