The Lloyd EcoDistrict Action Forum, or LEAF, is a group of interested individuals from local buildings, utilities, and city agencies who meet regularly, taking action together to make Lloyd a more sustainable neighborhood. LEAF provides a forum for these individuals to share results of sustainability projects, pool resources, and develop and promote new solutions for the EcoDistrict.
Broadly speaking we work on projects which address our goals for energy, waste, transportation, and water. We aim to create a more resilient neighborhood by regularly working together on big and small projects, and initiatives. We also work hard to make sure we evaluate on work through a lens of social equity and well-being. So far, we have developed action plans for two of these five goals; energy efficiency and waste reduction.
Are you working to improve your building’s sustainability, by reducing waste, energy use, or something else? Do you want to learn more and benefit from the power of working together?
LEAF could be just the resource you need. You will be connected to the larger efforts to make Lloyd a more sustainable place, providing you extra leverage and support to make your efforts succeed. Contact Ann Griffin for details about joining our quarterly meetings.