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Zero Waste Initiative 2010 Round Up

Zero Waste Initiative 2010 Round Up

One key component of any sustainable system is a closed loop cycle. In nature, there is no waste–all byproducts are recycled through systems to feed another part of the overall system.

Green is the stuff you DO in buildings

Green is the stuff you DO in buildings

First Steps to Energy Efficiency in Flatbush at the Neighborhood Energy Forum on March 20 “How many members of Sustainable Flatbush does it take to change a light bulb?” asked State Senator Kevin Parker during his remarks at our Neighborhood Energy Forum last month, riffing on the perennial joke. “None, because you already changed your […]

What National Grid Can Do For You

What National Grid Can Do For You

We are very excited to be quickly approaching our major event of the spring, the Neighborhood Energy Forum on March 20th. The goal of this event is to hook you up with information and resources to make your home more energy efficient.

On the Path to Energy Efficiency and Affordability

On the Path to Energy Efficiency and Affordability

Join us for the Neighborhood Energy Forum on March 20 About a year ago, Sustainable Flatbush’s Executive Director Anne Pope and I sat at Sycamore Bar and Flower Shop on Cortelyou Road.

Neighborhood Energy Forum on March 20th, 2010!

Neighborhood Energy Forum on March 20th, 2010!

Exciting things are happening this spring at Sustainable Flatbush! We are assembling a Neighborhood Energy Forum to take place on Saturday, March 20th, 2010.