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  • Breaking New Ground on Food Security - Sustainable Path Sustainable Path
    WHAT IS COLLECTIVE GIVING About Us Who We Are Our Staff Our Board Our Story News Contact Breaking New Ground on Food Security Lecture by Lester Brown Sustainable Path co sponsored renowned environmental activist and author Lester Brown who spoke on Breaking New Ground on Food Security November 11 2013 at Town Hall Read more about Mr Brown s work Contact Us Sustainable Path Foundation Holyoke Building 107 Spring St

    Original URL path: http://sustainablepath.org/breaking-new-ground-on-food-security/ (2016-05-01)
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  • Recent Grant Awards - May, 2015 Sustainable Path
    of fecal coliform loading in the watershed which drains to Portage Bay a traditional shellfishing area for the Lummi Nation that is periodically closed due to high fecal coliform levels The heart of this project focuses on engaging watershed residents in reducing contamination by engaging them in collecting water samples reviewing data from those samples and then working together to eliminate the causes of high fecal coliform This grant supports this work and will enable ReSources to expand this model to adjacent watersheds Impact Circle 3 Grants May 2015 Emerald Cities Seattle RENEW project Retrofits for Energy Efficiency Works The RENEW program will educate affordable housing building owners non profit organizations about efficiency opportunities setting the stage for engagement in efficiency projects Program partner O Brien Company will act as Green Building Advisor supporting assessments project development and monitoring and verification As the program financing coach Emerald Cities Seattle will bring new finance options to building owners and assist with selection and attainment of financing for projects The program will address the entire portfolio of each building owner and bundle projects in lots of 4 6 in order to gain efficiencies This grant will start the full pilot phase of five buildings followed by a scale up of ten buildings The overall plan is to complete 15 projects using the Development Fund to share the cost of initial development work with the building owner As the program grows over the next 24 months the RENEW fund will eventually support 20 projects per year International Living Future Institute ILFI Increase Net Zero Energy Buildings in Puget Sound Project ILFI will reach out to the Puget Sound region educate the community about zero energy solutions identify buildings that claim or are planning to achieve net zero energy and provide the technical assistance and resources to guide them through the Net Zero Energy certification process ILFI hopes to certify 10 new buildings by the end of this grant period To earn Net Zero Energy certification a project must meet the requirements of five Living Building Challenge imperatives including Limits to Growth curbing the building s contribution to the effects of sprawled development which undermines the positive impact of achieving net zero energy building operation Net Zero Energy Beauty Spirit and Inspiration Education underscoring the notion that renewable energy systems can be incorporated into a building in ways that are attractive and inspiring The grant will support these actions of ILFI Provide technical assistance to project teams of buildings that fall short of expectations assisting them to successfully complete certification requirements Work with project teams on new buildings to ensure that net zero energy requirements are successfully implemented Deliver ongoing targeted net zero energy education programs to building owners design professionals and community leaders Document case studies online and in publications Nisqually Land Trust Carbon Sequestration on Private Forest Land Project The Nisqually Land Trust is developing a forest carbon offset project under the California Air Resources Board Offset Protocol for U S Forests

    Original URL path: http://sustainablepath.org/announcing-new-grant-cycle/ (2016-05-01)
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  • Seminars - Sustainable Path Sustainable Path
    Past Grantees Seminars 2016 SEMINARS The Myth of Climate Change Apathy Seminar Previous Seminar 2014 Seminars Funding Areas Get Involved WHAT IS COLLECTIVE GIVING About Us Who We Are Our Staff Our Board Our Story News Contact 2016 SEMINARS Seminars Seminars Show as slideshow Collective Giving Collective Impact Sustainable Path is a non profit community based organization that believes to improve the sustainability of our region we must recognize the broader interconnected nature of our world At the heart of our work is the belief that the principles of science can help us find solutions to some of the most significant and interconnected challenges facing our region We re a community of like minded people who care about making our region more sustainable We pool our donations so we can make a greater impact than any one donation can provide opportunities for partners to learn from one another and make an impact through our educational and grant making activities Why It Matters Contact Us Sustainable Path Foundation Holyoke Building 107 Spring St Seattle WA 98104 Telephone 206 914 7131 E mail info at sustainablepath org GRANT CYCLE Just released Our FIRST grant cycle for 2016 is now CLOSED 2016 grant

    Original URL path: http://sustainablepath.org/2016-seminars/seminars/nggallery/thumbnails (2016-05-01)
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