In 2012, the former Green Economy Working Group made a set of grants in the healthy food systems field, including support for a pilot grocery store - which opens today!
Organization like UpLift work to bring healthy food to underserved neighborhoods, and to create quality jobs for those who need them most.
Over the past two years, IFF has developed a financing program to improve access to fresh, healthy food in low-income communities.
If we can stop energy from leaking out of affordable housing, we will also slash carbon pollution and make a big dent in our fight against global warming. A new model offers a promising solution.
As efforts to bring healthy food retail to low-income communities grow, we need to also focus on maximizing the additional social and economic impact of the food system.
NatLab has been analyzing the economics of green infrastructure investment on public and private land in order to identify strategies for cities to leverage private capital to attain their clean wate…
The Urban Food Initiative seeks to advance the health of families in low-income neighborhoods by developing a non-profit, community-based, and financially sustainable retail store.
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The Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation financed the creation of a public database to better determine savings from energy efficiency retrofits.