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Go Green

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Lifestyle

7 Steps to Go Green: On the Go

“Sustainable travel, ultimately, is moral travel.” I love to travel, whether it’s a day trip to a neighboring town or state park or a flight to the other side of the world. There’s something mind-blowing to me about seeing an...
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7 Steps to Go Green: In the Bathroom

The bathroom can seem like a daunting place to choose sustainable products and develop greener behaviors. It’s the most important room in our residences when it comes to personal hygiene and keeping clean, yet most bathrooms contribute to an unclean...
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Philly 100% Renewable Energy Forum

Join PennEnvironment and Philadelphia-based State Representatives and Senators to learn more about renewable energy and why we need to make the switch! There will be speeches from the legislators as well as a meet and greet session after the forum....
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2018 Philadelphia Environmental Film Festival

Our mission is to bring the planet to Philadelphia through the power of environmental films. Jurors have reviewed 250 film submissions from 43 countries to create a weekend-long program that will entertain, inform, and inspire you. This year we are...
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Eagles’s Lincoln Financial to be #1 Green Stadium in WORLD!

Apparently, the Eagles are leaving no stone un-turned. After a kick-ass performance by Vick & 59-28 victory on Monday night and as we reported yesterday, PETA naming the Linc as #1 most vegetarian-friendly NFL stadium, the Eagles announced their plans to becoming the greenest stadium in the World. Talk about a few week's accomplishments. By next opening day next September, the Linc will have 2500 solar panels on the roof & facade, 100 spiral sharped wind turbines and a cogenerational power plant to run biodiesel or natural gas to fully power any game, lights, sound & crowd roars. Over the next 2 decades, the Eagles can save $60 million in energy costs. The Linc can compete for the (read more, after the jump)
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Go Green with the Philadelphia EAGLES

Philly is clearly psyched for the NFC championship game this Sunday. Personally, I’ll be watching, wearing my lucky jersey, drinking out of my lucky glass and cheering HARD! Another thing fans should be pleased about is the team’s green efforts. The eagles were the first professional sports organization to launch an environmental initiative. In 2003, the Eagles started the Go Green campaign. Some of the programs highlights to-date include:
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