2014 Green Progress Report

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The annual Green Progress Report, compiled by the Green Resource Center for Alabama (GRCA), features the many projects and initiatives that help our state become a greener, more sustainable place to live, work, and play. The report aims to serve future generations with a collective testimony of the many ways Alabama has worked to attain sustainable progress.

The annual Green Progress Report is divided into nine categories: Land Conservation and Preservation; Environmental Education; Energy Efficiency; Transportation; Recycling and Cleanups; Parks Trails and Recreation; Building and Design; Corporate Sustainability; and Sustainability Progress and Initiatives.

A note from the Green Resource Center for Alabama

GRCA_Logo (1)The Green Resource Center for Alabama is thankful for the many achievements all across the state of Alabama this year. We’re especially proud of the many green-related efforts, projects, and initiatives created and implemented by countless organizations, businesses and individuals dedicated to making a lasting impact on our state’s progress.

More people have a growing appreciation of the benefits related to sustainable practices and understand that collective solutions are the best way to transform a community and move our state forward. We hope this year’s Green Progress Report will inspire a continuation of individual and collaborative involvement in Alabama’s future environmental and sustainable progress.


Take a look back at the 2013 Green Progress Report

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