Pennsylvania organizations petition state government

12.12.19

| Changing Policy, renewable energy

Eighteen organizations, comprising of businesses, colleges, and universities, have signed a letter to the Pennsylvania general assembly urging lawmakers to support policies that combat climate change, including investing in renewable energy and pollution reduction measures. 

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Setting a New Bar for Sustainability: TRUE Zero waste

11.21.19

| New Technology

AP-TRUEAdvisor-CroppedWe are proud to announce that our very own Alex Popp is officially certified as a TRUE (Total Resource Use and Efficiency) Advisor! TRUE Certified facilities set a high bar for sustainability and sustainable practices. TRUE does not focus on the amount of materials diverted from landfills, but emphasizes the importance of upstream policies and practices that make true zero waste possible.

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Yes, You Can Teach and Assess Creativity!

11.15.19

| Education

Schools have always been known to conduct quantitative assessments to understand their student's grasp on the curriculum, while simultaneously pushing students to be creative. Assessing the qualitative aspects of creativity has always been challenging.

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Climate Change: Lehigh Valley Strategies for Today and Tomorrow

10.25.19

| Changing Policy

Our Managing Principal, Larry Eighmy, served as Moderator for the YWCA's "Great Decisions" preview panel on October 16th. Members from each of the Lehigh Valley's biggest cities, Allentown, Bethlehem, and Easton, spoke about what each of their municipalities are doing to tackle the largest problem facing the global population today.

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Conducted a Commercial Building Energy Audit Recently? If Not, You're Missing Out

09.26.19

| cost savings, Energy Management

What comes to mind when you hear the term "energy audit"? If you're like most facilities managers, nothing good. The idea of closely examining your building's energy needs and operating efficiency seems bound to stir up trouble, especially if things are going smoothly as-is. 

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How Schools Can Reduce Energy Costs and Promote a Sustainable Future

Part III of a three-part sustainability series by Managing Principal Larry Eighmy. Published by The Huffington Post and Maria Rodale's Farm Country Kitchen website.

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Three Things You Need to Know About Carbon

Part II of a three-part sustainability series by Managing Principal Larry Eighmy. Published by The Huffington Post and on Maria Rodale's Farm Country Kitchen website.

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On History, Sustainability, and Community

Part I of a three-part sustainability series by Managing Principal Larry Eighmy. Published on The Huffington Post and Maria Rodale's Farm Country Kitchen website. 

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