Tina King Neuhausel
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Our Community Rose to the Challenge with 9,415 Awe-inspiring Actions in May!

You did it! We are inspired and awed by our community for rising to the Community Resilience Challenge East Bay this May with 9,415 actions to save water and energy, reduce waste and pollution, and…Continue

Tags: waste, energy, water, actions, challenge

Started Jul 7, 2016

Final week to pledge your action - get inspired and share your story!

How do you plan to make a difference this year? The Community Resilience Challenge is in…Continue

Started Jun 3, 2016

Want to capture rainwater for your plants?

Come to our Hands-on Rainwater Harvesting Workshop on December 12th!Save water by capturing the rain that falls on your own roof! Participants will learn by installing a rain barrel system in a…Continue

Tags: water, rain, drought, workshop

Started Nov 30, 2015

Leadership in Sustainability & Green Building Awards 2013

Two hundred and twenty sustainability advocates, including business and government leaders, students, teachers, and nonprofit founders filled the beautiful Concord Hilton at the annual Sustainability…Continue

Tags: gala, awards

Started Nov 19, 2013

 

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You've heard of a locavore, how about becoming a loca-shopper?

During the holiday season, our family challenges each other to buy Made in USA and keep it local. We have to remind ourselves that enjoying the season when so much shopping is in order, means being responsible as consumers. One of the easiest ways to lighten your impact when you buy party supplies, gifts, and anything else, is to spend your dollars as locally as possible. To begin with, becoming a "loca-shopper" benefits your local economy. When you buy locally, a higher percentage of those…See More
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Tina King Neuhausel commented on Tina King Neuhausel's blog post You've heard of a locavore, how about becoming a loca-shopper?
"Also, if you shop at Sports Basement between December 13 - 19 use this coupon to get 11% or 20% discount! *Please note this special discount is good at all 10 locations, and online, simply show the flyer at checkout or enter the discount code…"
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You've heard of a locavore, how about becoming a loca-shopper?

During the holiday season, our family challenges each other to buy Made in USA and keep it local. We have to remind ourselves that enjoying the season when so much shopping is in order, means being responsible as consumers. One of the easiest ways to lighten your impact when you buy party supplies, gifts, and anything else, is to spend your dollars as locally as possible. To begin with, becoming a "loca-shopper" benefits your local economy. When you buy locally, a higher percentage of those…See More
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Don’t panic! Maybe powering down is just what we need to understand how to be resilient – and that we are resilient beings! Instead of running out to buy our own backup generators, we could shut off …

Don’t panic! Maybe powering down is just what we need to understand how to be resilient – and that we are resilient beings! Instead of running out to buy our own backup generators, we could shut off our devices, break out the sweater and wool socks, and trust that we’re going to be fine. Do we really need to rush out to buy more stuff?My husband, kids and I learned that…See More
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County Solar Ribbon Cutting at Parking lot behind 651 Pine St

August 6, 2019 from 3pm to 4pm
Please join Contra Costa County Supervisors, staff, county-wide sustainability leaders, and community members to celebrate our new solar parking lot that will power the County’s New Administration Building with near Net Zero Energy (NZE) clean energy. Who: Contra Costa County and local communitiesWhat: Solar Ribbon CuttingWhen: 3:00 pm, Tuesday August 6Where: Parking lot behind 651 Pine Street (between Escobar and Main). Limited event parking will be available in this lot, with access from Main…See More
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You've heard of a locavore, how about becoming a loca-shopper?

During the holiday season, our family challenges each other to buy Made in USA and keep it local. We have to remind ourselves that enjoying the season when so much shopping is in order, means being responsible as consumers. One of the easiest ways to lighten your impact when you buy party supplies, gifts, and anything else, is to spend your dollars as locally as possible. To begin with, becoming a "loca-shopper" benefits your local economy. …
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Don’t panic! Maybe powering down is just what we need to understand how to be resilient – and that we are resilient beings! Instead of running out to buy our own backup generators, we could shut off …

Don’t panic! Maybe powering down is just what we need to understand how to be resilient – and that we are resilient beings! Instead of running out to buy our own backup generators, we could shut off our devices, break out the sweater and wool socks, and trust that we’re going to be fine. Do we really need to rush out to buy more stuff?

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Posted on October 9, 2019 at 10:00pm

Bring your harvest and swap for other wonderful home-grown things this Wednesday in Pacheco!

Martinez Crop Swap community celebrating 5 years of trading and community building!


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Posted on May 23, 2017 at 2:06pm

SCOCO Volunteer Opportunity Now Open - Business Outreach Specialist

Sustainable Contra Costa Volunteer Position

Position TitleBusiness Outreach Specialist

Objective:  The Business Outreach Specialist serves as the first point of contact to businesses for the East Bay Energy Watch (EBEW) Program. Through their partnership with local governments, Sustainable Contra Costa aims to expand participation of Contra Costa businesses. The EBEW program offers customized services to small and medium-sized…

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Posted on April 12, 2016 at 2:03pm

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