Are you a dog-walker or smoker? We need your help!

TENNIS-BALL TRASH ABUNDANT AT BEL MARIN KEYS EARTH DAY CLEAN-UP   Would you believe it?  Listen up, dog owners and smokers:  It took only several hours on Earth Day last Saturday for Sue Lattanzio of Friends of Novato Creek and Sustainable Novato volunteers to collect 106 old trashed tennis balls around Pacheco Pond and Novato […]

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Participate in reducing your carbon footprint and have fun too! Here’s how.

Walk the talk by forming your own team!  The second session of Novato classes start on July 12th.  Click on the Calendar link on this homepage and view the July 12th entry to learn more.  Or go to the Resilient Neighborhoods website at www.resilientneighborhoods.org

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100% Local Solar? That’s a bright idea! Sign up Now!

Check out Local Sol’s website for more info and learn how to sign up! 100% Local Solar Energy

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April/May Newsflash! Take Action!

With the terrible and dangerous environmental news coming out of Washington D.C. the need to take environmental action at a local level is greater than ever!   Here’s what we can do – ask local government to decrease greenhouse gas emissions during budget deliberations starting in April. This spring City and town councils and the County […]

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Sustainable Novato Newsletter – March and April 2017

                                                            Meeting on Sea Level Rise City Hall, Novato, April 29   How vulnerable will Novato be to rising seas? Find out at a community meeting at Novato City Hall 10 am- 12 noon, Saturday, April 29. Cities in Marin have partnered with the County to prepare a vulnerability assessment. Play […]

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Zero Waste – All you need to know!

Zero Waste Marin is co-sponsoring: “Zero Waste – What you Need to Know about Construction and Zero Waste.”  See attached flyer. At the event, you can learn about recently updated Green Building Codes, Construction and Demolition (C&D) Recycling Programs in Marin County and best practices for deconstruction and reuse at project sites. The event will […]

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Going Deep Green – Explained

“The single most effective way for Marin residents to reduce greenhouse gas emissions is to switch to Deep Green.” By Doug Wilson and Mary Morgan (Marin Conservation League newsletter) Those lines were written almost a year ago in this [Marin Conservation League] Newsletter on the eve of the County’s adoption of its updated Climate Action Plan […]

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Form your own Resilient Neighborhoods Team and Reduce Your Carbon Footprint!

Teams are forming throughout Marin County. You can form or join a team with neighbors, friends, bookclub members, co-workers, or even people you will be meeting for the first time.  If you are interested in joining a team, click here to fill out our information form and we’ll contact you with more details.

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