Video & Slides ~ 2/15 Meeting on Clean Energy with Go Green & Green Drinks

Park Ridge resident Tim Milburn, an Action Ridge, Go Green Park Ridge, Green Drinks Park Ridge member and environmental activist with over 40 years of technical and commercial experience in energy and environmentally-related fields, presented on Climate Change and related action at our meeting on February 15, 2022. Titled “What’s up with All These ClimateContinue reading “Video & Slides ~ 2/15 Meeting on Clean Energy with Go Green & Green Drinks”

AR Joins Go Green & Green Drinks February 15th to Learn About Clean Energy

Clean Energy: Unscrambling the Alphabet Soup of Acronyms and PoliciesTuesday, February 15Program starts at 7:00pm*Hybrid Meeting: Sweet & Tart Party Room 112 S. Prospect, Park Ridge-or-Zoom link Join us in person or from home as we continue to navigate the pandemic. Sweet & Tart’s party room holds 49 people so there is plenty of room to spread out. ProofContinue reading “AR Joins Go Green & Green Drinks February 15th to Learn About Clean Energy”

Steps Toward Change

Submitted by the Environment & Sustainability team, Tim Milburn and Jeanne Wells, here are some steps toward change that they shared at last month’s meeting:  Get involved with your community’s Go Green group or town’s environmental commission. FaceBook has a platform called Buy Nothing where neighbors give away or request items with no money exchanged.Continue reading “Steps Toward Change”

Park Ridge and the Environment

On Monday September 18, the Park Ridge City Council unanimously agreed to endorse the Greenest Region Compact 2 (GRC2) and the Mayor signed the Resolution on September 19.  Endorsing this program was recommended by the Park Ridge Community Health Commission (CHC), as presented to the City Council by the CHC Chair, Tricia Williams.  Park RidgeContinue reading “Park Ridge and the Environment”

Park Ridge and Sustainability

The Park Ridge Community Health Commission is proposing that the City of Park Ridge adopt The Greenest Region, Compact 2 Resolution which was assembled by the Metropolitan Mayors Caucus Environmental Committee (of which Tim Milburn is Park Ridge’s representative). The process starts with the City signing the Resolution to be a sustainable community. (Get a copyContinue reading “Park Ridge and Sustainability”