The EarthX three-day annual event is held in April to celebrate progress, hope, and innovation and has become the largest event in the world of its kind. EarthX brings together environmental organizations, businesses, academic institutions, government agencies, speakers, interactive programming, and subject matter experts along with live music, art and food.
Global Green, the U.S. Green Building Council, and the City of Malibu are working together to provide FREE, one-on-one, green building and design assistance to owners of properties damaged by the Woolsey Fire. Technical assistance will be provided by LEED Accredited, green building and energy experts.
For more than a decade, the Hollywood community has turned out to raise funds and awareness for Global Green’s critical green urbanism and climate resiliency work to build healthy green schools, homes and communities in Los Angeles, New Orleans, New York, Washington DC, and cities across the country.
Join Global Green at #JCTechMeetup ‘From Resiliency to Sustainability’ Thursday, January 17th!
We'll learn about some of the tech behind local sustainability and resiliency efforts, as well as their environmental, social and economic implications.
Global Green has organized a stakeholder workshop to address local clean energy opportunities (i.e. bioagas) and the opportunities posed by state-level organics diversion mandates. Join us!
Volunteers will spend the day constructing a Stormwater Planter at the Treme Center
Join us this Saturday for the 7th Ward Green Infrastructure Visioning Session!
A briefing, reception, and open conversation featuring DC Council Chair, Phil Mendelson, and Cliff Majersik, Executive Director of the Institute for Market Transformation, and other DC climate leaders and activists.
On July 9th, at 12:30 PM, DCEN is having our monthly networking meeting at the offices of the DC Department of Energy and Environment, to discuss the District’s DRAFT Sustainable DC Outline.
We are looking closely at the original Sustainable DC plan that was released five years ago and compare that plan to the current Sustainable DC DRAFT outline. We want to make sure the District does not backslide…even on some of the more aspirational targets. We are looking most closely at the climate and energy, water, nature, and zero waste related categories. Particularly as they relate to waste diversion targets, wetlands creation targets, energy use, open space, Clean Energy DC plan tie-in, GHG emissions, and street lighting (as it relates to energy use and impact on nature).
Join the conversation!
Sustainable LA Grand Challenge Energy Research Symposium: Transitioning Los Angeles County to 100% Renewable Energy by 2050
Sustainable LA Grand Challenge (SLA GC) will host its third research symposium focusing on the goal of achieving 100% renewable energy through cutting-edge and interdisciplinary science, technology, and policy research at UCLA.