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Thomas Dowling • Chicago, IL

Building Sustainable Neighborhood Associations

Project Description

A neighborhood association sustainability pilot project designed to convince neighborhood associations across the country that investment in sustainability programming is worthwhile and can provide value for their communities.

Project Goals

My project will make the case to local neighborhood associations and small businesses that sustainable business practices make communities stronger. The end product will be a case study quantifying the community impact neighborhood associations can make when they adopt sustainability programming.”

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