“ thanks for organizing... ”
— RickN on Mar 15, 2013.
“ An organized, valuable important resource. ”
— Peter B. on Feb 21, 2013.
“ Good events and top speakers, good for notetaking and information exchange, no question ”
— Nevin H. on Feb 21, 2013.
“ Seems good. Will have to visit their website again and learn more about them. ”
— Elizabeth C. on Aug 16, 2012.
“ CarbonFreeDc is informative, has a diverse group of people within itself to meet, and is truly here to make a difference. Reducing your carbon footprint makes a big impact, person by person. ”
— Heeral on Aug 16, 2012.
“ I think it is an important public dialogue that needs to be expanded. Maybe one way to encourage and take it to the next level would be to design some sort of pledge, citizen action commitment for people to really dig into to putting things to action. Or reach so many other residents who do not think about climate change. Either way, a very important forum that is good to see in the community. ”
— John H. on Aug 16, 2012.
“ Carbonfree DC offers lots of opportunity to learn and make an impact in your own life through free workshops. You can't reallly lose. ”
— Kathleen R. on Jul 23, 2012.
“ Interesting activities and good people ”
— Lin on Jun 17, 2011.
“ I can only participate in a few of its activities because of conflicting commitments, but I've found the ones I can attend to be interesting and informative. ”
— James C. on May 14, 2011.
“ Active and engaged group ”
— Philo C. on Apr 30, 2011.
“ Because it has a number and variety of meetings to suit all interests both educational as well as hands-on activities. There's something for everyone who's a tree-hugger. ”
— Debbie on Feb 6, 2010.
“ Very informative, great discussion, Q&A session with presentation from Amicus Green Building Center rep. very valuable. ”
— Darryl J. on Dec 17, 2009.
“ save environment ”
— Hilary on Nov 5, 2009.
“ This is a wonderful group doing meaningful work. It's members come from all sorts of backgrounds, live all across the region, and are dedicated to bringing environmentally friendly change to Washington, DC beginning with local communities. ”
— James Quillian M. on Oct 29, 2009.
“ If you would like to volunteer in your community and be an advocate for sustainability, become part of this group. ”
— Armando M. on Aug 5, 2009.
“ We need a non-politics, non-religious, non-anything grassroots method to ensuring energy independance from foreign oil, gas, et al, and from domestic government energy control. This meetup group is a great start to meeting these needs. The group is beginning with the basics--education (knowledge and visual aids). This allows people (like me) to learn and apply to our own individual lives. ”
— Selma L. on Jul 11, 2009.
“ CarbonfreeDC is very a active group and serves many environmental interests. I'm very impressed! As a new DC resident I am thankful for this network. ”
— Tania H. on Jun 29, 2009.
“ I've attended three Carbon Free DC events and found each to be quite informative. I'd recommend this group to those interested in broadening their awareness of things green ”
— Irv S. on Jun 23, 2009.
“ Best source of unbiased information I've found. ”
— Donna D. on May 19, 2009.
“ It's a positive group that helps the environment. ”
— Eric on Apr 30, 2009.
“ If you care to make a difference for our planet this is a great way to start to get involved ”
— Paul C. on Mar 29, 2009.
“ Because real civic engagement is hard to find in Washington D.C. and this group creates an ethos that enables social responsibility in a supportive environment. ”
— Laura O. on Mar 26, 2009.
“ To learn more about practical individual actions that you can perform to reduce your impact on the environment ”
— Kathy on Mar 26, 2009.
“ Great information & networking. ”
— Anna K. on Feb 27, 2009.
“ To empower individuals with knowledge that helps them fight global warming. ”
— Tom A. on Jan 31, 2009.
“ If they're interested in climate control, this is a good way to learn what they can do on a personal level. ”
— Rose D. on Nov 18, 2008.
“ CarbonFreeDC provides a great opportunity to learn more about how to be sustainable and then go out there and implement it in your life! ”
— Shannon on Nov 10, 2008.
“ More information = more informed people = better choices for going solar. ”
— richard on Oct 2, 2008.
“ A wonderful effort to bring together people with great ideas PLUS real action on the climate change issue! ”
— Neha on Aug 22, 2008.
“ these folks are about action ”
— larry m. on Aug 22, 2008.
“ I was disappointed because I got there late. And I thought that perhaps "meet up" people would actually meet up after the movie and maybe discuss it, or just hang out and get to know one another a bit. ”
— Scott on Sep 26, 2009.
“ I have not yet been convinced that people should or shouldn't join. ”
— Meredith on Jun 23, 2009.
“ Because we are young and new trying to bring together all great organizations out there to share their thoughts and opinions in a forum like venue full of diverse and interactive people. So a great plan and future in store to contribute in climate change for starters in DC but the sky is the limit. ”
— Andreas on Mar 30, 2009.
“ It could help them utilize resources to start or improve a greening the workplace program. ”
— Sharon D. on Mar 2, 2009.
“ Finding ways to convince and share realistic green goals/techniques/systems with the greater populace is a good thing. Join us on Friday, November 14, 6 to 10 pm for the Eco/Justice Café ! Featuring music, an open mike session, good food, good beer good people, good cheer, good info and good karma. UDC Firebird Inn Building 39, B-Level 4200 Connecticut Ave., NW, 20008 Atop the Van Ness/UDC Red Line Station West exit Wheelchair Accessible Suggested donation $15/ $10 students/$5 kids (proceeds support additional environmental and justice activism, described below!) A TABLING AREA will feature environmental and social justice organizations and businesses. For this launch event, tables are FREE for the first 20 groups to co-sponsor! To co-sponsor, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Join the MetNet 2.0 List http://www.dcslf.org/metnet.html ”
— Tiffany on Oct 20, 2008.