Global Green builds catalytic green urbanism projects for schools, homes and neighborhoods to serve as models for creating sustainable, resilient communities and cities.
We've reached an unprecedented moment in time where the global impacts of climate change are bleeding deeper than ever before, most notably within disadvantaged and vulnerable areas. For 25 years, Global Green has been a national leader in advancing new policies that build more equitable, resilient communities in the wake of climate change. With innovative research, community-based programs, and targeted advocacy, Global Green has piloted a pivotal push toward a healthier planet. The organization’s transformative model projects for homes and neighborhoods act as a proactive solution to an uncertain and ever-changing future.
Global Green has a long legacy of modeling sustainable practices for communities rebuilding from natural and manmade climate events, including those devastated by Superstorm Sandy, as well as California’s worsening wildfires. Post-Katrina, Global Green took on the rebuilding of New Orleans as an international example of sustainability. The organization’s Sustainable Neighborhood Assessment tool and program has been applied in over 30 communities across the United States to provide a lasting framework for green city development. It is critical now, more than ever, that cities and communities build climate resilience.
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