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Sustainability

In response to St. Louis City’s first ever sustainability plan, this show discusses the core concepts of creating a sustainable city, the surrounding municipalities and organizations with sustainable development plans, the national movement towards economic and sustainable neighborhoods and the community resources available to create an environmental friendly metropolitan neighborhood.

Often times the most sustainable solution to the problem also brings economic benefits.” – Josh Mogerman

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Going Green? There’s An App For That

Going Green? There's An App For That

By Chelsea Embree, St. Louis Beacon. AT&T and St. Louis Green have announced a merger of technology and sustainability -- all in a handheld device.more …

Non-Profit St. Louis Green Shares Its Origins and Program Base

Non-Profit St. Louis Green Shares Its Origins and Program Base

By LScheider, St. Louis Post Dispatch. Craig Jung, the founder of St. Louis Green, began working in the green community in St. Louis in 1998. He noticed that community members seemed increasingly interested in sustainability but was struck by the lack of information about green businesses, products, and events inmore …

St. Louis launches innovative clean energy and efficiency financing program

St. Louis launches innovative clean energy and efficiency financing program

By Byron Delear, Examiner. With patriotic timing and following in the footsteps of pilot programs in California, Colorado and New York, the City of St. Louis today announced the launch of its very own PACE program. PACE stands for “Property Assessed Clean Energy” and is a novel funding mechanism enabling more folksmore …

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