“SGA works with local government, community and private sector leaders to help communities make the changes they need to build a healthy and sustainable future. Through community-wide sustainability planning and implementation, project design and implementation, educational conferences and forums, community network development, consulting, and programs, SGA is a catalyst for local community solutions to global environmental issues. SGA’s work covers a broad range of sustainability topic areas, including: energy efficiency and renewable energy; transportation; healthy community development; waste reduction; water conservation; green business; procurement; local, sustainable food; healthy eating; open space and ecosystem enhancement; and sustainability education.”
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Going Green at School with Go Green Illinois
The latest Go Green Illinois meeting was on all things green schools, and SGA’s Becky Brodsky was there to talk zero waste schools with dozens
COP27 Reflection: The Importance of Joy in the Climate Crisis
COP27 youth delegate and Chicago Public School teacher, Greta Kringle (left) and IOF program consultant Rachel Rosner (right) finding a joyful moment at COP. By
COP27 Youth Dispatch: Change is Hard. Change is Slow. Change is Personal.
By Emmet Ebels Duggan, IOF Youth Delegate For those that attended the livestream, I confess that this dispatch is very similar to what I presented.
COP27 Youth Dispatch: For the People, not Power
Manolo Avalos, IOF Youth Delegate, with climate scientist Dr. Katharine Hayhoe. By Manolo Avalos, IOF Youth Delegate There seems to be this excitement in the
COP27 Final Dispatch: Recommitments and Reflections
The IOF crew gathering on their last night at COP27. By Gary Cuneen President Biden The It’s Our Future team was able to listen to
COP27 November 11th Dispatch: Natural gas, oceans, and more
Leading climate activist and writer, Bill McKibben, at a protest outside COP. By Gary Cuneen Natural Gas and Climate Goals With protests chanting loudly in