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California is Staying the Path

StacySinclair CA, United States 0 Ratings 10 Discussions 3 Group posts

Posted by: StacySinclair // Technical writer

"Against the backdrop of recent awareness-building events designed to bolster against the political sludge oozing out of Washington DC, I spent Friday, April 28th at the 11th Annual Summit on Sustainability at the Getty Center, put together by the Los Angeles Business Council. There was no shortage of powerful rhetoric, but there was a new flavor of grit in the air with distinct undertones of local pride..."

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Allison Friedman Weston, MA, united-states 0 Ratings 289 Discussions 84 Group posts

Allison Friedman // Rate It Green Admin

We're counting on California to help push the leading edge, but really the rest of us have to step up as well, and work together. Collaboration is key, and we must also remain committed to health and social justice as we work to make all buildings more sustainable.

 

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