Tag Archives: climate steps

Vegan Tasting Party! April 30th, during Petworth Porchfest, 2 – 6 pm!

Co-sponsored by Green Neighbors DC, co-hosted by Annette and Max, both GNDC members, we have an unusual event for you.  Ever wondered what cashew cheese tastes like?  How do vegan cheeses and ‘meats’ compare?  How about, then, a Vegan Tasting Party and Potluck in the backyard? While a band plays on the front porch for […]
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Vegan Tasting Party! April 30th, during Petworth Porchfest, 2 – 6 pm!

Co-sponsored by Green Neighbors DC, co-hosted by Annette and Max, both GNDC members, we have an unusual event for you.  Ever wondered what cashew cheese tastes like?  How do vegan cheeses and ‘meats’ compare?  How about, then, a Vegan Tasting Party and Potluck in the backyard? While a band plays on the front porch for […]
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Join GNDC at the Climate Rally at the White House, 12:45 pm, April 23rd!

You’ll be able to spot us with our GNDC shirts on!

Freezing Fun in the New Year, and other news

So much is happening in the New Year that we’re excited to start off our planning meeting this coming Sunday at 6 – 7:30 p.m.  Please, join us if you can.  We’ll be discussing the Polar Bear plunge fundraising (more below!), plus the survey results on what GNDC should prioritize, the Tool Library and its […]
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The GNDC Plastic Podcast, July 25th, 2 pm, Eastern.

Wind up Plastic-Free July by spending some time with us learning what is plastic, its impacts – good and bad – including on climate change, and how to fight plastic pollution throughout the year. Green Neighbors DC is doing its first podcast – live no less! July 25th, at 2 pm Eastern time. Due to […]
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July 8th, 7 pm, GNDC Webinar about Environmental Action in a Time of Social Crises

with guest speaker Andrew Moiseff, from the Sierra Club DC Chapter, speaking about the electrification of WMATA buses.

One of our members was on NPR!

…as a guest on the Kojo Nnamdi Show.

196 Science-Lovers and their Climate Change Solutions

One of our Green Neighbor members (okay, me) has summed up a major FB thread from an anonymous scientist/science-lovers FB group, in which almost 200 people post 200+ comments/discussions about listing potential climate change steps we can take.  I boiled these down to 93 different suggestions, and they are now in my blog http://www.climatesteps.org. Some […]
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