Project Description

Make your home greener, safer and more efficient.

Improving your home can save you money and fight climate change.

Take one of these actions and protect your future!

JOIN OUR NEXT EVENT

GREEN UP YOUR HOME

March 23rd, 6-8pm –  Good Earth, Mill Valley

Did you know that buildings generate about 40% of global carbon emissions?

How can you make your home greener, safer and more efficient?

Come find out at Green Up Your Home, a special meetup at Good Earth in Mill Valley on Monday, March 23rd, from 6 to 8pm. 

Discover the many ways you can improve your home, save money and help fight climate change.

We will feature short talks by climate action experts, including:

In this meetup, will offer group discounts for green products like LEDs, solar panels and home batteries! 

We will also discuss a range of ways you can green up your home by using clean energy and electric appliances, with actions like:

  • Use Renewable Electricity
  • Install Solar Panels & Home Batteries
  • Electrify your Home
  • Switch to LEDs
  • Use Sustainable Materials

After the talks, we will discuss our personal experiences with sustainable homes, connecting novices with green coaches who can help them get started.

This free meetup is hosted by Fabrice Florin from Green Change. It takes place at Good Earth, at 201 Flamingo Rd., Mill Valley, CA 94941 (see Google Map), in their classroom next to UPS. To learn more, email us: team@greenchange.net.

REGISTER NOW FOR THIS FREE EVENT!

GET INSPIRED

WHY DO IT

Creating a green home can help you:

  • Live in a modern, comfortable, efficient space

  • Reduce your greenhouse gas emissions

  • Save money from energy savings

  • Bring your home up to date

  • Help fight climate change

LEARN MORE

Read up on green homes.

LOCAL RESOURCES

Buildings generate about a third of greenhouse gas emissions in our area.

Here are some local groups that can help you make your home greener.

Marin & North Bay

Bay Area

California

This listing focuses on Marin and nearby counties at this time. More locations coming soon.

CREDITS

This page was created by members of the Green Change Network. Thanks to all our contributors!

Editors: Fabrice Florin, Tom Flynn, Lily Cohen
Researchers: Lily Cohen, Fabrice Florin, Tom Flynn
Photo: EnergyStar.gov
Video: Zero Energy Project, YouTube

To contribute more info or report an error, please email us. We will update this page periodically.

To learn about other climate actions you can take, visit our Green Change Resources. Go green with us!

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