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DC Council Passes Nation’s Most Progressive Clean Energy Bill

While DC may not have a vote in Congress, it does have the most far-reaching climate legislation in the country. On Tuesday, Dec. 18,...

Training DC Residents in Clean Energy

These days, energy efficiency and renewable energy are powering DC. While providing solar and wind energy to homes and offices, they are also creating...

DC’s Urban Agriculture Scene

In DC, urban agriculture doesn’t just result in locally grown food crops: it’s also providing stormwater control and job training for local residents. DC’s...

Solar Power Creates Energy – and Jobs!

Most of us are aware of the energy savings that can be gained by having a solar array installed on a home, but the...

District Groups Unite to Create an Urban Forest

On Sept. 22, the DC nonprofit Dreaming Out Loud joined forces with Casey Trees and the District Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) to...

DOEE Offers Free Grant Writing Instruction

Have you ever wanted to learn how to write a compelling proposal or hone your grant-writing skills? Do you have a creative idea for...

Solar Power

There are solar panels on residences and buildings across DC, even in historic districts. It’s non-polluting energy. It’s a renewable natural resource. Thanks to...

Go Fish?

I’m sure you’ve heard the good news about the Anacostia River. DC’s bag fee, the polystyrene ban on takeout foods and the tireless cleanup...

Solar Energy Creates (Local) Jobs!

We all know that solar energy is good for the environment and good for your pocketbook. Even a small solar array on a DC...

DC’s List of Recyclable Items Expands, but Plastic Bags are Out!

Confused by what can and can’t be recycled? Does the list of “acceptable” recyclables at your workplace differ from what the DC Department of...