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Whether it's green roofs, solar panels, or just "upcycling" some junk into new products, D.C.'s green scene is taking off.



How green can the District grow?

As D.C. continues to grow, balancing growth with sustainability isn't always easy. Here are three ways the city is working toward that goal.
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Fifty+ under 50: #foodheroes transforming DC's food system

Everywhere you look in D.C., there are #foodheroes. People helping D.C. residents grow more food, eat healthier, and care for the environment with their eating choices.
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Turning the tables: Chef gives back to farmers with "Table to Farm"

Chef Ryan Gordon at the Queen Vic has started a new partnership with the farmers who provide the fresh, sustainably-grown food for his pub, and he welcomes other chefs to join in the venture.
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Ever wondered where DC's trees come from?

To grow the city’s tree canopy to 40 percent by 2032, Casey Trees bought the farm (or, rather, was given one). 
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Are DC's new Circulator buses the ride of the future?

The newest Circulator buses are greener and more comfortable--and you can even charge your phone while on board.
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Opinion: Implement the Community Renewables Energy Act

As someone who helped start an energy company here in D.C., I know D.C. is the right place for solar. Our company, Nextility, which employs over 50 people in Washington and has over 200 solar projects completed, has been waiting 520 days to invest over $1 million in community solar projects right here in the District. 
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