Are you looking to get involved with sustainability in buildings, communities, and companies?
Here are some favorite volunteer opportunities and educational resources to consider:
Green Building United fosters transformative impact in our communities through green building education and advocacy. Re:Vision was integral to GBU’s formation and provides support through Board membership, leadership of volunteer committees, and company sponsorships.
Green Building United’s Living Future Community Council volunteers work together to develop programs, events, and other content relating to the International Living Future Institute. This includes Living Building Challenge, Living Product Challenge, Living Community Challenge, and JUST. Re:Vision staff were committee founders and co-facilitate this committee.
Green Building United’s Passive House Community Council volunteers work together to develop programs, events, and other content focused on all things Passive House. Re:Vision staff were committee founders and co-facilitate this committee.
The Community Design Collaborative provides pro bono preliminary design services to nonprofit organizations in greater Philadelphia. Re:Vision participates in select CDC pro bono opportunities.
Certified B Corporations are businesses that meet the highest standards of verified social and environmental performance, public transparency, and legal accountability to balance profit and purpose. Re:Vision is a founding, certified B-Corps.
SBN is a resource for dynamic, independent, locally-owned businesses that are committed to improving their environmental and social impacts as well as their profitability. Re:Vision is a longtime SBN member and staff have served as Board officers.
COTE volunteers campaign for policy change, provide education, influence design culture, and join forces with other organizations advocating for change. Re:Vision staff have been committee conveners and committee volunteers.
BioPhilly promotes the important link between human health and the meaningful daily experience of wild and bio-diverse nature in the city. Re:Vision participates in BioPhilly’s annual conference.
The Office of Sustainability works with City partners to improve quality of life in Philadelphia neighborhoods, reduce the City’s carbon emissions, and prepare Philadelphia for a hotter, wetter future.
NAACP environmental justice initiatives focus on reducing harmful emissions, advancing energy efficiency and clean energy, and strengthening community resilience.