UPDATED: Publications and Newsletters, July 2009

Citizens Business, Economy League of Greater Philadelphia

The Economy League of Greater Philadelphia is an independent, nonpartisan, nonprofit organization dedicated to research and analysis of the region’s resources and challenges with the goal of promoting sound public policy and increasing the region’s prosperity.

University City Community Enews, July 15, 2009

Click here to read the community newsletter from the University City District, which includes updates on free events and workshops across the neighborhood.

Green Jobs Philly News #14, July 2009

GreenJobsPhilly.org makes it easy for Philadelphians to offer and request GREEN JOBS, green GRANTS and green LOANS.  Our job is to help you connect with the people, money, raw materials and know-how you’ll need.

GRID Philly, June/July 2009

GRID magazine is a new Philadelphia-based magazine for sustainability. Covering topics such as energy, food, shelter, transportation, ecology and culture.

Preservation Alliance e-news, July 2009

The mission of the Preservation Alliance is to actively promote the appreciation, protection, and appropriate use and development of the Philadelphia region’s historic buildings, communities and landscapes.

Biohabitats, Leaf Litter: Summer Solstice 2009

With voluntourism becoming one of the fastest growing forms of travel in the world, it’s no surprise that more people are combining their interest in service, lust for adventure and passion for the environment.

Next Great City Newsletter, 12 June 2009

The Next Great City coalition is made up of diverse groups all working towards a common goal: making Philadelphia the Next Great City. The initiative is dedicated to creating a positive future for Philadelphia by advocating for common sense, cost effective policies that enhance environmental quality, strengthen neighborhoods and increase our economic competitiveness. 

University City Community Enews, July 1, 2009

Click here to read the community newsletter from the University City District, which includes an update on the Baltimore Avenue pedestrian lighting and upcoming greening events and gardening workshops.

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