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    Julie Hancher

    Julie Hancher

    About Julie Hancher

    Julie Hancher is Editor-in-Chief of Green Philly, sharing her expertise of all things sustainable in the city of brotherly love. She enjoys long walks in the park with eco-friendly wine and greening her travels, cooking & cat, Pounce DeLeon.

    Climate-Inspo: Philly Teen Rehka Dhillion-Richardson Will Give You Hope

    December 6, 20160

    If we’ve learned anything since November 2016, it’s that change can start with everyday citizens. We don’t have to wait…

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    7 Lessons from a Cat’s Life: An ode to my best friend

    December 5, 20162

    It’s with great sadness to share that we’ve bid farewell to the beloved Green Philly mascot, Pounce DeLeon. My life…

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    Judy Wicks Leads Philly to Standing Rock: #NODAPL

    November 21, 20160

    Our local Sustainable Pioneer, Judy Wicks, is once again leading the nation this Thanksgiving. Wicks organized the Water Protectors Community Appreciation…

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    Post-Election Blues & What’s Ahead for Green Philly

    November 18, 20161

    By the time you read this post, you probably can’t stomach another election piece. I’ve attempted publishing and deleted 2-3…

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    Where to Recycle Leaves in Philadelphia: 2016

    November 16, 20160

    Don’t throw those leaves in the trash – they’ll end up in landfills and produce methane, versus how organics can…

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    Penn Students Demand Fossil Fuel Divestment

    November 15, 20160

    UPDATE via Fossil Fuel Penn’s Facebook: a meeting with senior members of the administration has been scheduled. After last week’s election…

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    Green Philly Election Guide: 2016

    November 8, 20160

    Go vote! Whether history tips for one of progress and inspiring millions everywhere or totally sets us back 200 years…

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    How to Get Around During the SEPTA Strike

    November 4, 20160

    SEPTA strike got you down? Here are a few local options while SEPTA can’t get you where you need to…

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    New Greenworks Plan Released

    November 3, 20160

    Mayor Kenney (and the Philadelphia Office of Sustainability, OOS) released the newest version of Greenworks: A Vision for a Sustainable Philadelphia…

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    How the Chris Paterno Gives Back – Beyond Music

    November 1, 20160

    How do you make sure all elements of a live event fit your positive vibes theme? We were lucky to…

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