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Latest revision as of 11:05, 19 August 2019

. http://ecodistrictphiladelphia.org


Spring Garden Eco-District Is a creative initiative to bring forth Philadelphia’s 1st Eco-District.

  • Emerging with an inspiration from the UArts Design for Social Impact program, the grand Vision is to apply cutting edge Ecological Design strategies to build a Climate Change resilient neighborhood. There are 12 Eco-Districts around the Country, this would be the first one in Philadelphia.
  • Beginning with the eco-transformation of the Saige Cafe, this lean management approach aims to start small, and grow through the multiplier affect connected to the zeitgeist.

Key Projects

  • Green Walls
  • Net-Positive Design
  • Educational Outreach
  • Solar Energy
  • Sacred Geometry Design
  • LongNow Sculpture

See Also

In the News