Join leaders in Green Building, Green Business and Community Environmental Leadership at the GreenWorks Fast Pitch, where you will experience Chicago’s sustainability elite competing for top prizes in the 2010 Mayor Daley’s GreenWorks Awards.
Join the Chicago Climate Action Plan team next Tuesday, October 26 at the Merchandise Mart Conference Center to play . . . → Read More: Tomorrow Night 10.26: Exciting Conclusion to 2010 GreenWorks Competition
Department of Environment News and Opportunities – May 2008 – May 10: Smart Home Green + Wired – May 10: Green Your Closets and Drawers – May 15: Daley Plaza Farmers Market – May 17: Clean and Green – May 17-18: Green Festival – May 17-18: Great Chicago Places and Spaces Tour
Smart Home Green . . . → Read More: DOE News and Opportunities, May 2008
You recycle bottles and cans. And paper. But what about windows? 2x4s? Countertops and cabinets? Gary Zuckerman does it all. He can help you move it, too. Here’s how he describes his business:
Recycle Plus offers resedential, commercial, and industrial recycling services for the public. In addition to this we sell reusable items like moving . . . → Read More: Need Some Gently Used House Parts?
C3 Leader Grace Sielaff is looking for volunteers to help recycle water bottles at this year’s Air and Water Show, August 2007.
She is also a professional designer. Her M. Grace Designs business website shows how gorgeous design and green building can come together. Props for featuring LEED and other green building info prominently . . . → Read More: Green Design
C3 classmate Kevin Murphy sez, “I received my regular newsletter from Larry, of Other World Computing, and was delighted to read this at the end of all the sales information and helpful hints.”
While it seems pretty far off now, I know it’s a lot sooner than it might feel that OWC will be in . . . → Read More: Other World Consulting
The Oct 30th issue of Crain’s Chicago Business reports that Excelon, the Chicago-based utility company, plans to save 10% per year on it’s electricity bill due to green choices made during construction, such as utilizing floor-to-ceiling windows that will supliment or eliminate fluorescent lighting with sunlight. They’re also relocating most workers to cubicles near the . . . → Read More: Going Green with the Sun
Join Faith in Place and Interfaith Worker Justice for a co-sponsored workshop on building or remodeling as a congregation. The workshop on Sunday, November 12 will cover topics including:
Green building for congregations The Energy Star self-audit program for congregations Tips from experts on how to fund new building programs How to verify good labor . . . → Read More: Contracting in Good Faith