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Greenworks is an initiative of the Office of Sustainability that aims to make Philadelphia a sustainable city. Greenworks Philadelphia envisions a city where all Philadelphians:
*Have access to healthy, affordable, and sustainable food and drinking water. *Breath healthy air inside and outside. *Use clean, efficient, affordable energy. *Prepare for climate change and reduce carbon pollution. *Benefit from parks, trees, stormwater management, and healthy waterways. *Have access to safe, affordable, and low-carbon transportation. *Waste less and keep our neighborhoods clean. *Benefit from sustainability education, employment, and business opportunities.
|Created||November 10, 2016|
|License||Other (City of Philadelphia)|