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FREE Webinar: Clean Energy Residential Buildings - Key Systems Energy Modeling, September 17-18, 12 pm

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by samanthaklein Intern

Learn how Santa Monica’s reach code, along with changes to 2019 Title 24, are making it preferable to build all-electric residential buildings that are better, faster, safer and less costly than their mixed-fuel counterparts. This … more...

  Filed under: Municipal Initiatives

0 replies | 518 views | Posted on: 09/03/2020 | Last updated: 09/03/2020

USGBC NY Webinar: Long Island Municipal Codes and LEED Building - What You Don't Know, September 2, 11:45 am EDT

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by samanthaklein Intern

Is your company or organization aware of Long Island's Codes that incentivize LEED Certified buildings? All over Long Island, municipalities and utilities provide property tax exemptions and/or money back for LEED Certification ena… more...

  Filed under: Municipal Initiatives

0 replies | 492 views | Posted on: 08/13/2020 | Last updated: 08/13/2020

Green Spaces Promote Safer Neighborhoods

by PatPrince317 Lifelong Learner and Green Energy Aficionado

I came across this the other day. I thought it was interesting because there is some cynicism involved with taxpayer money going into green spaces because hey think the spending on parks has a poor return on investment. The University Illin… more...

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0 replies | 1632 views | Posted on: 01/05/2017 | Last updated: 10/13/2017

Get a Free Rain Barrel as a Syracuse Resident

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by Chelsea W. Student

Calling all residents of Syracuse, NY! Thanks to a generous grant through the Save the Rain Program, every homeowner in the City of Syracuse is entitled to a free Rain Barrel. A rain barrel is, as the EPA puts it, a system that collects… more...

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1 replies | 1459 views | Posted on: 06/16/2015 | Last updated: 06/16/2015

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