Group Honors Sustainable Projects The Stamford Advocate By Paul Schott October 1, 2016 STAMFORD — The nonprofit Stamford 2030 District will host its Change Makers Awards ceremony to recognize environmentally sustainable buildings and projects.
Stamford 2030 Receives Green Circle Sustainability Award In May, the Stamford 2030 District was one of the 2016 Green Circle Sustainability Award winners from the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection and the Hartford
Stamford 2030 Receives the Alexion Award of Excellence The Stamford 2030 District received the highest level of achievement at the Connecticut Green Building Council's 2016 Green Building Awards in September. The Alexion Award of Excellence is
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Certification Puts Workers’ Well-Being First CTPost - By Chris Bosak - Wednesday, August 3, 2016 Megan Saunders, pictured in 2014, is executive director of the Stamford 2030 District, which has organized a sold-out September 2016 seminar in
Stamford 2030 District accepting applications for Change Makers Awards HAN Network - Wednesday, August 3, 2016 The Stamford 2030 District is accepting applications for its Oct. 5 Change Makers Awards through Aug. 31. This will be the Stamford
WegoWise provides energy benchmarking software to District members In 2015, The Ashforth Company became a founding member of the Stamford 2030 District, the sixth 2030 district nationwide and the first in New England. The Stamford 2030 District is
The Stamford 2030 District is pleased to welcome the Empire State Realty Trust as its newest member!
Program Aims to Help Low-Income Renters Save on Energy Costs The Stamford Advocate - By Nora Naughton - Thursday, May 12, 2016 Connecticut Green Bank and the Housing Development Fund presented a program Thursday at the Ferguson Library to help
Collaboration for Climate Resilience in Stamford, Connecticut The city of Stamford, is a corporate hub with more than 125,000 residents, the third largest city in the state. As a coastal city, Stamford is vulnerable to threats of climate change,