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Weekday Vegetarianism and Meatless Mondays: Dietary Trends To Help Save The Planet

by EmmamHowe // Marketing/Green Policy Development

The evidence is clear that being a vegetarian is better for the environment, for animals, and even for our own health. Though we’ve heard this repeatedly, it can still be difficult to make the “ve…

Community and Urban Gardening: Both An Environmental And Healthy Choice

by EmmamHowe // Marketing/Green Policy Development

Over the past few years, urban farms and community gardens have become increasingly popular throughout the United States. In fact, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations reports t…

Clean Food Labels Could Change The Future Of The Food Industry

by EmmamHowe // Marketing/Green Policy Development

It is clear now more than ever that the “clean label” is no longer simply a tend in the food chain industry. Last year, one out of every 10 new food products in the US and over 9% of all global ne…

SyracuseCoE Forum: The Impact of Green Buildings on Cognitive Function - Feb 22, 4pm

by ChristinaC // Marketing Student

Syracuse Center of Excellence (COE) Forum: The Impact of Green Buildings on Cognitive Function - Feb 22, 4pm When: Wednesday, February 22, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM EST Where: Syracuse Center of Excel…

New York Green Building Group

Keywords: Green Building,healthy living

0 replies | 279 views | Posted on: 02/20/2017 | Last updated: 02/21/2017

“Pursuit of Sustainability”, 6:00 - 9:00 PM, August 13, Chicago, IL

by Eileen Flynn // Student

Jamie Biel, Director of Science and Sustainability for Treaty Oak Distilling, will lead a group discussion on Monday, August 13 beginning at 6pm about sustainability ideas/techniques in food and bever…

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Illinois Green Building Group

Keywords: Sustainability,healthy living

0 replies | 125 views | Posted on: 07/24/2018 | Last updated: 08/13/2018

Healthy Spaces for All, October 16, Pittsburgh, PA

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

To conclude Green Building Alliance's series on Social Equity and Health, you can explore the challenges that some populations – namely K-12 schools and low-income househ

Filed under: Education

Related to: Education ,Advocacy,Other

Pennsylvania Sustainability Group

Keywords: Pennsylvania,USGBC,healthy living,Low Income,Green Building Alliance

0 replies | 538 views | Posted on: 09/27/2019 | Last updated: 10/04/2019