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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.

    Best Buy Screws PA for TV recycling with changes to Electronics Program

    February 10, 20161

    Electronics are one of those items that are tricky (and sometimes expensive) to recycle. Best Buy officially Best Buy has…

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    It’s Time: Register your Philly Spring Cleanup Day 2016 Project!

    February 9, 20160

    Want to give back to your community? We’ve got a day in April for ya. The Philadelphia Streets Department announced that…

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    SuperWeek: Week Events February 8 – 14th

    February 8, 20160

    Happy Super Monday! (AKA Day-after-the-superbowl-and-everyone-nurses-hangovers.) As we approach the holiday of Love (V-day, obviously), we find ways to love our…

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    PHL Complete Streets Commissioner: Cyclists & Non-Drivers win again

    February 5, 20160

    Philadelphia gained its first ever Complete Streets Commissioner this week, which means streets will be considered NOT just for cars,…

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    Green Allies Conference 2016

    February 4, 20160

    by Christopher Hickman, Franklin & Marshall College This year, the 2016 GreenAllies Conference is back and better than ever! By partnering…

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    SBN Local Economic Impact Report for Green City, Clean Waters Released!

    February 2, 20160

    The Sustainable Business Network (SBN) officially released the Local Economic Impact Report of the First Five Years of Green City,…

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    Blizzard 2016 was kind of proving #OpenStreetsPHL again

    January 29, 20160

    Guess what, Philly? Even mother nature is on the #OpenStreetsPHL side! I couldn’t help waking up like a kid on…

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    Lunette Menstrual Cup: Adventures from My Vagina

    January 28, 20169

    Ladies, we need to have a conversation on here today about what we’re putting into our bodies. More specifically? Our…

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    Can you recycle salad bags in Philadelphia?

    January 27, 20160

    So it’s a little more difficult to get local produce in the winter months when many farmers market are on…

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    It happened: Oil Spill in the Schuylkill River & Schuylkill Banks

    January 25, 20162

    Update 1/26: The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) issued a press release, stating the ‘”release of an estimated 4,200-gallon heating oil…

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