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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Volunteer Opportunity! Sustainable Neighborhoods Research & Event Volunteer

We're seeking to bring this program to the Dallas, Texas metro area or nearby, and to convene stakeholders to discuss potential programs. We're seeking help from 2-3 volunteers to explore if the program could work in their neighborhood and/or provide up front research on what neighborhood level government agencies or organizations might be a good fit for the program, including for their own neighborhoods! 

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Matt de la Houssaye
Green Cross International: Smart Energy Program

Our Smart Energy program fosters a secure, equitable and sustainable energy future for the world, using advocacy and practical projects to promote energy conservation and efficiency, and to accelerate the transition from a carbon-based economy to a clean and sustainable energy model, accessible to all.

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Matt de la Houssaye
Global Green To Expand Initiatives in Fire Resilience

The Woolsey Fire was one of the most destructive fires in California’s history. As the fire blazed through Ventura and LA County, it burned 94,949 acres, destroyed 1,643 structures, and cost multiple lives. Global Green has the technical expertise and network necessary to bring green rebuild education and technical assistance to the homeowners affected by the Woolsey Fire, at no cost,.

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Andi Ostenso
New Orleans Plant 4 Peace 2018

Plant 4 Peace was adopted by Global Green, and partners, in New Orleans with a call to plant trees as a time for reflection and community building. We recognized that there is a lot of unrest in the city; unrest that comes in the form of crime, poverty, flooding, etc. Some neighborhoods and the people who reside in these neighborhoods experience higher rates of these issues. Tree planting provides an opportunity to bring people together, for people to meet their “neighbors” and to take a moment and reflect while planting some seeds of hope and togetherness.

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Jeff Supak
CoRR Organics Management Update, December 2018

Over the past year, Global Green has made significant strides in our Organics Management programs. We’re building more Sustainable Cities through Community Projects and supportive Infrastructure as well as advancing smart solutions for community resiliency and transformation. We’re making demonstrated progress towards a more ‘circular economy’ to improve lives and protect our planet, and we look to partner with you as we continue our momentum into 2019.

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Madisen GittlinComment
QAP Reports

Global Green has completed a regular review of the green building practices represented in each state’s QAP and published a national performance ranking of QAPs. The goal of this analysis is to identify leading policy trends, share best practices, and suggest technical, procedural, and policy options that can further increase the incorporation of green building procedures into affordable housing developments.

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