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Quarterly Report: Community Climate Fund | Williams College

By |2023-03-01T11:02:04-05:00February 28th, 2023|Buildings, Climate Change, EcoBuilding Bargains, Energy Efficiency, Energy Savings, Farm Energy, Green for Business, Health & Safety, Innovation, Reused Building Materials, Uncategorized|

The Community Climate Fund (CCF) is a vehicle for regional institutions and businesses to sponsor local, high-impact carbon reduction projects that help accelerate a just and equitable transition to the low-carbon economy. The fund started with an investment from Williams College in Williamstown, MA. The CCF will support roadblock remediation

What to Do With Your Old Decorations

By |2022-12-08T16:37:07-05:00December 1st, 2022|Creative reuse, Recycling, Zero Waste|

While the holidays bring fun and festive cheer, they also bring a massive amount of waste. Between November and December, 25% more waste, or an extra 1 million tons of waste per week, enters the American waste stream. Once your holiday celebrations are over, you might have decorations left over that you don’t know

Washington, D.C. Wasted Food Solutions

By |2022-10-31T15:02:03-04:00October 31st, 2022|Composting, Food Donation, Food Waste|

In partnership with the Latino Economic Development Center (LEDC), CET worked with small, food-permitted businesses and institutions in Washington, D.C. to launch or expand their food waste prevention and food donation initiatives. The featured businesses and institutions all had their own unique approaches to preventing food from being wasted and can all serve as

Small Business Weatherization: Five Lessons Learned

By |2022-10-04T11:52:33-04:00September 30th, 2022|Energy Efficiency, Energy Savings, Innovation|

Small Business Weatherization: Five Lessons Learned In Massachusetts, small businesses represent 97 percent of commercial and industrial energy customers and 40 percent of energy use in the state, yet they are underserved by the Mass Save program. To address this problem, CET used an Innovate Energy Efficiency Grant from the Massachusetts Department of

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