Monthly Archives: September 2013

Hidden Potential

The Detroit problem is for certain a conundrum with no easy solution. But from an environmental perspective, taking areas that have been largely abandoned and adding open spaces in the form of parks, fields or farms for example is a rare opportunity to remake a city with all the knowledge we now have to combat […]

Renters can lower their carbon footprint too

Just because you rent you apartment (as do 1 in 3 people) and most carbon footprint efficiencies are geared towards owners doesn’t mean you’re totally powerless. Check out this article and new Make an Impact website ( geared towards streamlining renters’ contributions to slowing climate change. Every bit helps! Renters can help save energy Submitted […]