Tag Archives: climate change

Parents and Kids Page!

Hey all, we’ve just created our Parents & Kids Page, which starts off with a great set of ways parents can help ensure that their kids have green, healthy schoolyards, via the Green schoolyards website hub. They really lay out potential steps.  We’re putting in some other Parent resources as well. We also added in […]
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Green Neighbors DC gives testimony on B22-904, the Clean Energy Omnibus Amendment Act of 2018, for the DC City Council

Last month, the Chesapeake Climate Action Network (CCAN) invited Green Neighbors DC to present testimony on the proposed Clean Energy Omnibus Amendment Act of 2018, put forward by Councilmember Mary Cheh for the DC City Council, and they helped organize our inclusion in the process.  Annette Olson, a GNDC member since 2014, presented the testimony […]
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Another Arctic Plunge!

For the fifth year running, Green Neighbors is participating in the Chesapeake Climate Action Network Polar Bear Plunge at National Harbor in January.  January 27th to be precise, when it really, really gets cold. We are jumping into the freezing waters of National Harbor to raise money to help CCAN continue its fabulous work. If […]
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Explore DC’s Future

Going from 4 to 90 (90!) 95 degree days by 2100.

Green Neighbors Survived the Polar Bear Plunge!

Catherine, Max, Nick, and Simon survived the Polar Bear Plunge yesterday at the National Harbor, raising $1245 for the Chesapeake Climate Action Network CCAN.    With Attitude. We donate the first $1000 to the CCAN; after that we get to keep funds for our own projects.  To donate more, to our team visit our team page […]
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New Year Climate Resolutions

Hi all, Have you made your resolutions yet? Whether yes or no, consider going green on at least a couple.  One of our members, Annette, has just posted some New Year Climate resolutions to consider, and which ones she plans to tackle.  http://www.climatesteps.wordpress.com.    She also has created a public Facebook page on which folks can […]
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