Both organizations recently renovated their headquarters buildings in New York City to be “green” buildings. These are energy-efficient structures that aim to limit environmental impact through the use of design techniques and choice of materials. Their example has helped to set a trend that other developers are now following....Read More ››
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// Success Stories
American Farmland Trust, which promotes farmland preservation, released a study in 1998 showing that farmland in a region including Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania and Delaware was among the most vulnerable in the nation to suburban growth and development. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, between 1982 and 1992, 1.1...Read More ››
Debbie Hindla is a single, working mother of four and a resident of a beleaguered industrial ghetto in South Baltimore. In May of 1998, the FMC plant near her home on Wagner’s Point sent a cloud of toxic gas over her neighborhood, adversely affecting dozens of residents. When Hindla’s...Read More ››
For Lt. Colonel Bill Wheelehan of Washington, D.C., volunteering for the Center for Marine Conservation’s (CMC) 1997 International Coastal Cleanup was only the first step in his effort to protect the oceans and coastlines he loves. The 23 year Army veteran went on to single handedly initiate discussions with...Read More ››