Take action on sustainability with GreenStep Cities 2014-2015 workshop recordings

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The workshops during the 2014-2015 GreenStep Workshop Series covered a wide range of topics that are important to cities, providing a wealth of information and resources. To access that information and the resources from the workshops check out their webinar recordings and PDFs of their presentation and additional resources on this page!

Also, don’t forget to register for upcoming workshops and webinars for 2015-2016!
 


October – Benchmarking and What the Heck is Step 4 Anyway?

 
No webinar recording is available for the October workshop, click here for a summary of the workshop.
 


November – Bike, Ped and Transit Options:

 

November workshop presentations and resources:


December – Cities and Community Solar:

 

December workshop presentations and resource:


January – Cities Workshop on Stormwater and Reuse:

 

January workshop presentations and resource:


February – Energy Efficiency Tools for Cities:

 

February workshop presentations and resource:


March – Solid Waste Best Management Practices:

 

March workshop presentations and resource:


April – Community Forestry: Effective and Cost Effective Practices:

 

April workshop presentations and resource:


May – Climate Resilience for the Built Environment :

 

May workshop presentations and resource:

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