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  • How Solar States is Training the Solar Leaders of Tomorrow

    August 13, 20150

    The Clean Air Council and Solar States are teaming up to teach a class devoted to solar workforce development at YouthBuild…

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    The Food Trust: Fresh from the Farmers’ Market Column Debut

    July 31, 20150

    Watching Philly’s robust food scene blossom over the past 7 years has been quite the honor here at Green Philly.…

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    CUSP: Climate & Urban Systems Partnership Preps Us for a Hotter, Wetter City

    August 4, 20150

    Just like we introduced the Food Trust as partaking in the new Local Leader Spotlight series, we have another exciting…

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    Why We Love Eggplant (And You Should, Too!)

    August 18, 20150

    Whenever anyone asks what my favorite color is, I say, “Eggplant.” That deep jewel tone, also called aubergine, is on…

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    Sustainable Groups Unite at CUSP Climate City

    September 4, 20150

    CUSP is made up of over 40 local Philly organizations, who are all passionate about engaging Philadelphians in learning about…

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    How Philadelphia Water is Bringing (Sustainable) Sexy Back

    October 8, 20153

    At its heart, Philadelphia Water has been a “green” organization for two centuries. The core mission for the more than…

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    The Only Stormwater Management Resources You Will Ever Need

    October 22, 20150

    We already explained why Philadelphia Water’s Green City, Clean Waters initiatives are setting examples for the rest of the nation.…

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    3 Ways Green City, Clean Waters is the Best Thing since Sliced Bread

    October 15, 20150

    As they explained in last week’s post, Philadelphia Water is taking a new approach to stormwater management through its Green…

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    What are the Paris Climate Talks?

    November 25, 20150

    Paris has been in the news the past few weeks due to the horrific terrorist attacks on the city. Although…

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    Oh Popi: How South Philly Restaurant Became a Green Infrastructure Posterchild

    December 1, 20150

    By Philly Watersheds Blogger Brian Rademaekers The biggest source of pollution impacting the quality of Philly’s rivers today? Stormwater runoff. Philadelphia…

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