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  • Faith and finance

    The Intersection of Faith and Finance

    Originally published in 2015, this is relevant today. While the discussion on fossil fuels generally orbits around corporations and politicians, there is one group whose internal debate is unknown to many: the church.

  • GCF Youth Camp

    Urban Farming: A New Model To A Greener And Healthier New York

    Supported by The Corps Network’s Opportunity Youth Service Initiative (OYSI), Green City Force is creating a new model for urban farming. 

  • Stop Talking About Climate Change!

    Stop Talking About Climate Change!

    It's just distracting. Our world is changing, and we all need to get on board policies that meet new demands.

  • Is Green Dead?

    Is Green Dead Redux

    One of our very first posts, readers answer "Is green dead?" 67% no and 16% 'just napping'. Of the 17% that said yes, reasons divided between  economy, public indifference and congress. 

  • Agricultural Hedging

    Why Farmers Should Have A Hedging Strategy?

    In agriculture, the difference between turning a profit and going out of business could be miniscule, and hedging would prove to be a very effective strategy, particularly in challenging times. 

  • Solar Advisers save Companies 30%

    Solar Advisers save Companies 30%

    Commercial solar installations are down. Solar Advisers expertise can make solar more affordable -- and much easier.

  • Senate Transportation Bill Trumps the House Version

    Senate Transportation Bill Trumps the House Version

    Senate version increases national investments in our railroads, surface roads and innovation, which supports jobs and increases private investment.

  • Urban Low-Income Electric Utility Programs

    Urban Low-Income Electric Utility Programs

    American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE) publishes its report on a baseline assessment of the electric and natural gas programs that specifically target low-income households in 51 largest US cities.