Using design and development to fight climate change This session discussed the ways in which development and construction can be used as a tool against climate change. Ken Levinson, Executive […]
On May 18, Elena Weissmann and Tracey Woods joined us to discuss the benefits of community solar and how you can get involved.
On April 6, Marisa Immordino, AmeriCorps NJ Watershed Ambassador, joined us to discuss steps that property owners could take.
On March 30, James Purcell, P.E., P.M.P., Princeton’s Land Use Engineer joined us to discuss stormwater.
On February 16, 2022, we partnered with Princeton Public Schools to host a presentation via Zoom about the school’s sustainability efforts.
On September 23, 2021 in coordination with the Sukkah Village week-long celebration, we hosted an informative and inspiring online seminar on sustainable design, renovation, and new construction. Our esteemed panel for this event included three respected architects, designers, and builders.
Clean air, pure water, and open spaces are essential to human and environmental health. On May 5, 2021, four knowledgeable panelists reflected upon the value of improving our local air and water quality and the preservation of our natural ecosystems.
During this community discussion on April 21, 2021, we were joined by three partners in our efforts to promote sustainable landscaping in Princeton.
Climate change negatively affects us all, but our communities of color and low-income residents are most severely impacted and are often not part of designing solutions. On March 10, 2021, five experienced speakers joined us to share what we can do to ensure an environmentally just approach.
During this community discussion on January 13, 2021, we were joined by three partners in our efforts to promote sustainable landscaping in Princeton.