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Multi-Family Housing: Under Construction Through Final Product, November 15, Northamption, MA

Northeast Sustainable Energy Association - NESEA

by abu417 Climate Connoisseur. Eco-Maniac. Solar Sommelier.

During this event, attendees will tour two projects built by hosting company Sunwood Builders: a 13-unit condominium project, which has been complete for less than six months, and a 28-unit co-housing project, which will still be under cons… more...

  Filed under: Green Living

0 replies | 317 views | Posted on: 11/09/2019 | Last updated: 11/09/2019

4th Annual Sustainability Symposium 2020, January 20, 2020, Las Vegas

Green Building,Green Cities,Water Conservation,Green Affordable Housing

by mkilmartin Intern

The event, held on Martin Luther King Day will explore the nexus between sustainability and social equity; the impact of our changing climate on economic stability; and the resulting effects on national and international markets. … more...

  Filed under: Green Living

0 replies | 4 views | Posted on: 11/01/2019 | Last updated: 11/01/2019

National Solar Tour, October 5 and 6 (and surrounding weekends) - Tour Hundreds of Houses

National Solar Tour

by Allison Friedman Rate It Green Admin

The National Solar Tour is the largest grassroots renewable energy event in the nation.  On October 5 & 6, 2019 and the surrounding weekends, hundreds of people who have gone solar across the nation will open their homes … more...

  Filed under: Green Living

0 replies | 1634 views | Posted on: 09/20/2019 | Last updated: 09/24/2019

“Glavel could replace plastic foam below grade“

Green Building,Passive House,Insulation,Vermont,Green Building Materials,Recycled Materials,PassiveHaus,Glass,Glavel

by Glavel, Inc

GLAVEL, INC., is a Vermont based company that specializes in manufacturing light-weight aggregate from recycled glass. Recently featured in TreeHugger, Glavel seeks to provide high performance, non-toxic insulation material at affordab… more...

  Filed under: Green Living

0 replies | 440 views | Posted on: 06/05/2019 | Last updated: 06/17/2019

Introduction to Fitwel Tuesday, October 30, 8:30-10 am, Boston, MA

Green Building,Healthy Building,Rating Systems,Fitwel

by Aditya

Fitwel is a building rating system for commercial interiors and both multi-tenant and single-tenant existing buildings that provides guidelines on how to design and operate healthier buildings. Fitwel addresses health as an interconnected s… more...

  Filed under: Green Living

0 replies | 549 views | Posted on: 10/22/2018 | Last updated: 10/24/2018

Eco Neighborhoods: Milwaukee Wisconsin’s Sustainability Toolkit

Milwaukee,Eco-Neighborhoods,Eco Toolkit

by Eileen Flynn Student

Milwaukee Wisconsin has brought teamwork to their sustainability campaign. Milwaukee’s Environmental Collaboration Office has developed an Eco-Neighborhoods Toolkit to help make the process of becoming a green city even easier. On the… more...

  Filed under: Green Living

0 replies | 1524 views | Posted on: 07/28/2018 | Last updated: 07/30/2018

Companies and Cities Joining the Movement Away from Plastic Straws

Strawless Oceans,No to Plastic Straws

by Eileen Flynn Student

The first time I was exposed to the dangers of plastic waste negatively affecting my environment was when I was 14 years old. I watched a video of a turtle, rescued from our oceans, with a plastic straw stuck in his nose. “Say No to Plast… more...

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1 replies | 848 views | Posted on: 07/18/2018 | Last updated: 07/18/2018

Greenwashing: A Deceptive Marketing Strategy to Promote a Positive Environment Impact Perception

by YijunW

You might have heard of whitewashing, which is a metaphor for covering up crimes or scandals by a biased presentation of facts. But you probably have not heard of greenwashing or green sheen, a compound word modelled on whitewashing (The Ag… more...

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0 replies | 1448 views | Posted on: 07/16/2018 | Last updated: 07/27/2018

New Survey: 84 Percent of Residents Say Living in a Green Home is Important (The Green Living Trend is Growing-- Catch up!)

by YijunW

Nowadays, community residents are getting more interested in green living. A 2018 study by AMLI Sustainable Living finds that 84% of residents believe the green building is important and 64% would pay more to live in a green community. I… more...

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0 replies | 972 views | Posted on: 05/11/2018 | Last updated: 07/21/2018

You Can't Imagine How Easy to Save the World: Four Easy Ways to Go Green

by YijunW

2017 is the most expensive year ever for the U.S., stated by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). NOAA writes on January 5, 2018, during 2017, U.S. experienced 16 weather and climate disasters, losing more than $1 bil… more...

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0 replies | 2088 views | Posted on: 04/29/2018 | Last updated: 07/21/2018

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