You can take action in your own home or at your apartment or condo building to advance carbon drawdown strategies!
Making small but efficient changes such as using a smart thermostat to save energy or installing energy efficient LED light bulbs can save energy and money on your utility bills. You can also improve the health and resiliency of your neighborhood by supporting transit-oriented development and community solar initiatives. Learn more about what you can do in your own home or get involved and volunteer to promote sustainability in your neighborhood.
Volunteer, recommend a home or plan to attend the annual two-day event that provides a chance for the public to see the latest in green design and technology from Northern Illinois’ finest builders, designers and homeowners.
Smart technology and energy efficiency programs can help you save money in your home. Illinois Green’s Energy Efficiency Ambassador program provides volunteers opportunities to test out energy efficiency technologies and speak about them in their communities. To learn how to make your home more energy efficient or request an Energy Efficiency Ambassador to speak in your community, contact Liz Wimmer.
Using a toolkit to engage residents about sustainability, Illinois Green volunteers support affordable housing buildings to make small changes that help create a residential culture that supports social, economic and environmental sustainability. Become a volunteer to assist in delivering green resident engagement tools, or contact Liz Wimmer to find out how your property can use the toolkit.
Want more information about programs with residential green buildings? Get in touch! Contact Liz Wimmer at email@example.com.
Volunteer with Illinois Green Alliance