Meet the team of Park Pride. Executive Director Michael Halicki and a host of leaders discuss parks, the Atlanta Beltline, and green infrastructure. The Park Pride Conference brings leaders from across Metro Atlanta and the East Coast together to inspire and create more greenspace.
You have more than two options for cooking. Most people choose between gas and electric. Induction uses electricity but in a much more efficient way. The actual art of cooking only uses 5% of your monthly electric bill but your air-conditioning to cool that hot kitchen costs much more. With induction the heat stays away from everything buy the pan. Check out this great demonstration with Tom Mills of GreenShortz and Bill Lipham of Columbus Technical College.
Despite Americans reputation for throwing things away, there is one place we excel at not throwing away. Join Tom Mills host of GreenSortz as he learns about how Columbus Technical College is doing their part to not only extend the lofe of appliances but also extend the life of the landfill by not throwing away appliances.
Is it time for a new washing machine? Don't buy one until you watch this. Top load washing machines historically have used 35 gallons per wash. Not anymore! Learn how as a smart shopper can not only save money when purchasing but how you will save money over the life of the washer because of the energy and water conservation features of new washing machines.
Pallookaville in Avondale Estates has a really big secret...well not anymore. Join Shannon Goodman of LifeCycle Building Center and Jim Stacey of Pallookaville as they tour the restaurant and explore all the reused items to create the unique blend of cool that is Pallokaville.
Meet Howard Connell of Center for Business Strategies for Sustainability at Georgia Tech. Howard explains the value of the LifeCycle Building Center.