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Still Time to Learn to Go Green and Save

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Image by A Siegel via Flickr

Have you heard of “green” development? It used to be that “green” was the color of the inexpensive paint that landlords would buy in quantity. Today, “green” has a whole new meaning. Come and find out how you can build more affordably and more environmentally friendly. You just might save money on energy costs along the way.

Join the Chicago Community Loan Fund Workshops this summer for an overview of community oriented sustainable design. On July 15, you can check out “Sustainability 101.”

This is the last in a series of trainings, but check the CCLD site for other opportunities, too.

July 15 – Sustainability 101: Programs, Practices and Resources

A number of incentives and programs exist throughout Chicago to support your team and your project:

  • Take a detailed look at current financing sources and incentives.
  • Hear about the many programs and resources available at the Center of Neighborhood Technology (CNT), including Energy Savers.
  • Explore innovative strategies like Deconstruction and the Rebuilding Exchange.
  • Learn about successful efforts to engage staff, tenants and community residents.

Hit “Register” above to sign up for the rest of the series: July 15, 2011. Details for the final workshop below.

July 15th, 2011 8:45 a.m.  to 4:30 p.m.  
There is a charge for the workshop, contact or call 312-252-0440 ext 101 for details and to sign up.

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