Global Green Headquarters - Santa Monica

Located in beautiful, downtown Santa Monica is the HQ housing our administrative and support services. 

Programs handled in this office are:

  • LEED Neighborhood Development
  • Bike Share Santa Monica
  • Los Angeles Policy
  • EcoDistricts

New York, NY

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In New York City, Global Green's initiatives include Solar for Sandy and our Coalition for Resource Recovery. Since 2009, Global Green has led a combination of pilots, research and outreach in New York City to help build urban sustainability locally and nationally. This year we developed resilient solar systems in Brooklyn, advised cities on strategic policy planning, helped increase food donations from large Manhattan events - and rang the closing bell at NASDAQ with a call for greater investment in solutions to climate change. Global Green welcomes you to come visit us and help build urban sustainability.

Washington, DC

Global Green USA spearheads the work of the DC Environmental Network at their Washington, DC office, situated in the historic and vibrant Capitol Hill neighborhood. The DC Environmental Network founded in 1996 by Global Green USA is working toward a vision of rebuilding Washington DC's neighborhoods and communities for long term economic stability - accomplishing this by protecting and restoring the Capitol City's urban environment. Global Green USA's DC office compliments the sustainability  programs in motion throughout the country, including efforts in Los Angeles, Santa Monica, New Orleans, New York City and San Francisco. The office also serves to give Global Green USA a presence in our nations capitol city and a regular seat at the table when important national sustainability priorities are discussed and acted upon. 

New Orleans Office

After the devastation of Hurricane Katrina, Global Green USA made a dedicated commitment to assist in the sustainable rebuilding of New Orleans. In 2006, Global Green broke ground on its LEED Platinum Holy Cross Project, a catalytic sustainable village in the Lower Ninth Ward and the result of an international design competition that has been toured by over 25,000 visitors since 2008. Programs like Build It Back Green, Green Schools Initiative and NOLA Wise have helped residents recover and retrofit their homes to be more energy and water efficient. Current New Orleans program Water Wise NOLA helps residents use green infrastructure techniques to prevent localized flooding, increase water quality and decrease subsidence.