Colorado’s Just A Transition Away from Coal Energy

Over the past few decades, global concern surrounding the rapid change in Earth’s climate have continued to grow to the point that many US states are taking decisive action for the welfare of the environment, their citizens, and the global population as a whole. Colorado is just one example of this trend favoring a reduction in their reliance on coal-based energy.

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Benjamin Stemer
Global Green’s Food Waste Prevention and Rescue Stakeholder Forum

On Monday, June 24th, Global Green hosted a Food Waste Prevention and Rescue Stakeholder Forum. The forum was created to facilitate discussion among key industry partners to analyze big issues confronting food waste globally, and in the City of Santa Monica. Attendees from all sectors brainstormed solutions to prevent food waste, recover edible food waste, and divert non-edible food waste from landfills.

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Andi Ostenso
Woolsey Fire Rebuilding Resilience Workshop

On April 27, Global Green partnered with the USGBC-LA and the City of Malibu to host property owners affected by the Woolsey Fire at Malibu City Hall for a free hands-on workshop that focused on rebuilding initiatives to encourage a more resilient and green future for the community. 

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Maggie Faigen
Mapping Flood Risk in New Orleans Using GIS

Global Green mapped the Lower Ninth Ward and Holy Cross neighborhoods in New Orleans, LA to aid in a Neighborhood Assessment and Resilience Project. Maps visualize FEMA Flood risk, zoning codes for the neighborhoods, and elevation. Both neighborhoods are considered vulnerable to flooding, with the Northeastern portion of the Lower Ninth Ward having the greatest risk.

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Lauren Anderson
One Less Car with Bird x Global Green

Global Green is thrilled to announce that we are partnering with Bird for Earth Month!  As the original e-scooter sharing company, Bird launched in Santa Monica, California in September of 2017.  Their mission is simple, “one less car.” We couldn’t agree more and look forward to how Bird is now transforming cities across the world as more and more people opt to take a scooter for short trips around their city instead of their car. 

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