News and Events

The following is a list of upcoming seminars and workshops to help Maryland Green Registry members maintain their commitment to strong, proactive environmental management. Please also check the newsfeed in the right margin of this page for new tools, reports and websites designed to support improvements in environmental performance. Send information on your upcoming event to green.registry@maryland.gov to be included here as well as in the Maryland Green Registry Members LinkedIn Group.


 

ENERGY STAR Webinars (Ongoing): Learn about Energy Star and Portfolio Manager programsthrough these free webinars. Free, but registration is required.

To register, go to: 

https://esbuildings.webex.com/mw3300/mywebex/default.do?siteurl=esbuildings​​

For archived webinars:

https://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?c=bldrs_lenders_raters.webinars_presentations

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October 24, 2018, 8 a.m. -5:30 p.m.: MidAtlantic Food Recovery Summit.  To be held at Bowie State University. Click here for more information.

October 25, 2018, 10:00 am:  Food Processing: Improve your Bottom LIne.  Free webinar. Register here.

RMI Energy Efficiency Program Available Now: Manufacturers in the Pepco and Delmarva service areas with more than $80,000 in annual electrical costs are eligbile for up to $20,000 in energy efficiency services at no cost. Click here for more information.

Green Events Baltimore:  This site tracks events around Baltimore aiming to keep the green community connected, educated and inspired.

Annapolis Green: This organization also keeps a calendar of local and statewide events.

U.S. Green Building Council Maryland: This organization offers educational and networking events, as well as training for credential maintenance. See upcoming events here.

Sustainable Business Webinar Series

This four-part webinar series for commercial and industrial facilities was developed to help build the business case for environmental sustainability and turn ideas into outcomes. See site for archived webinars​ on Practical Approaches to Source Reduction, Basics of Energy Management, and Influence of the Corporate Culture​


Chesapeake Bay Seed Capital Fund

This fund will invest $250,000 annually over a three-year period in Maryland-based startup companies with innovative technologies that may help improve air and water quality in the Chesapeake Bay area. For more information, go to http://www.mtech.umd.edu/funding/cbsc/index.html


 

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The Mar​yland Green Registry is...

  • Free:
    There is no cost to join. Simply create a member profile sharing your environmental best practices.
  • Flexible:
    You choose the activities that make the most sense for your organization.
  • Inclusive:
    The Maryland Green Registry is open to organizations and facilities of all types and sizes in both owned and leased space.
  • Interactive:
    Learn here what other Maryland Green Registry members are doing to reduce their environmental impacts and receive staff support on checklist measures.


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