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Efficiency in Action, Markets & Business, Program Evaluation, Programs & Policy

Did You Make the Most Important List of 2020?

22 Dec , 2020  

Taylor Patterson, ERS Santa Claus, like many of us, has faced unprecedented challenges this year because of  the coronavirus outbreak. The pandemic has had tremendous impacts on all aspects of life: School, work, social life, the economy, and the environment. It has shined a light on pressing issues, like human impacts on the environment and […]

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Building Technology, Whole Building

Coal Power Plant Buildings Re-Purposed by St. Louis Company

24 Mar , 2020  

This article was published on renewablenergyworld.com on March 23, 2020. A St. Louis firm specializes in getting environmentally challenged properties ready for reuse, including coal plants. As coal-fired power plants become uneconomic and are shut down for good, a new sort of recycling industry is taking shape: the repurposing of those plants. Utilities across the […]

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Efficiency in Action, Markets & Business, Program Implementation, Programs & Policy

SUNY ESF is First College in the State to Pledge Zero Plastic

18 Mar , 2020  

This article was originally published on esf.edu on March 3, 2020. The SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) is the first college in New York state and the third in the nation to sign the #breakfreefromplastic campus pledge, committing to develop a roadmap to a plastic-free campus by 2025. This pledge was developed […]

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Efficiency in Action, Markets & Business

Adding More Things Green to Your Holiday

19 Dec , 2019  

Written by Taylor Patterson, ERS For most people, the holidays are the busiest time of year between traveling, cooking, decorating, shopping, and other stressors adding to our already crazy everyday lives! This holiday, consider ways you can celebrate and enjoy the magic of the season without leaving an excessive footprint on the existing climate crisis. […]

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Markets & Business, Markets & Trends

Redefining Earth Day for All Socio-Economic Groups

22 Apr , 2019  

Earth Day

The recognition of April 22nd as “Earth Day” does not resonate with the vast majority of metro Detroiters. That’s because it seems like a day dedicated to suburban recycle bins and counterculture energy activists, neither of which reflect the everyday struggles of low-income families across the region.

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