Global Green is partnering with the Los Angeles and Central Coast chapters of the U.S. Green Building Council to bring free, green rebuilding/repair education and one-on-one technical assistance to the residents of Ventura and Santa Barbara counties through the Thomas Fire Green Rebuilding Resilience Initiative.Read More
Across the scope of our projects Global Green has taken a localized approach to increasing an urban area’s sustainability and resilience to future climate issues.Read More
To support local efforts in New Orleans, Global Green has provided food waste collection bins hosting food waste drop-offs, and supported the first food waste drop off locations in New Orleans, LA.Read More
New funding will expand access to energy efficiency programs to multifamily housing rentersRead More
We’re inviting you to apply for a technical assistance program that we're offering to cities, affordable housing agencies and community organizations.
Everyone can enjoy #CaminaWalnutPark! Join your family, friends and neighbors on Saturday, June 16 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. to enjoy FREE activities and local entertainment while experiencing a new community vision that makes it safer to walk and bike on Pacific Boulevard. Even your canine pals can Go Human at Camina en Walnut Park!Read More
Global Green walked away with 5 awards, from the city of Santa Monica, Los Angeles County, California State Senate, California Legislature Assembly, and the United States CongressRead More
Global Green partnered with Green Cross International for EarthX 2018 in order to convey how climate change is affecting the US as well as every corner around the world.Read More
Global Green is seeking partners from local governments, affordable housing agencies, private sector companies, community development corporations and tribal entities for the 2017 Food Waste Recovery Program.
Our NOLA Office Director Michelle Pyne speaks at Collision Conference 2018Read More
Join us this #GiveNOLA Day and continue to support our work to empower those that want to make a differenceRead More
Now is a critical moment for cities and communities. With the environmental disasters taking place in cities across the country from Santa Barbara, CA to Houston, TX to Santa Rosa, CA, city leaders and community stakeholders are beginning to recognize the vital need to think, plan, and act to improve their resilience in the face of future environmental disturbances.Read More