For the past five years, Moseley Architects has been collecting used binders and other supplies that could be used by teachers such as carpet samples, and donating them to Chesterfield County Public Schools’ Crayons to Computers store. Binders in particular are in high demand by teachers, and are among the more expensive school supply items. The Crayons to Computers program collects community donations and makes them available to teachers at a storefront location where they can “shop” for free items for their classrooms. Moseley Architects has donated hundreds of binders and other items over the years.
“The History Guys” podcast reviews the corporate history of recycling in the Cashing In segment and interviews the creator of the iconic recycling symbol in the Round and Round We Go segment check it out here:
The US Climate Resilience Toolkit offer a variety of resources, tools and case studies to explore potential impacts with a regional focus. Click through to the 3 minute video intro to see an overview on what resources are available.
Last fall a team volunteers from Moseley Architects along with local parents and interested parties helped to build a planter at Ruby Carver Elementary School. They have sent a series of charming thank you notes and photos. We thank them for letting us be a part their growth!
We have a tendency to still think about renewables as a fringe market, yet green energy has entered the mainstream in an understated, yet surprising way. In 2015, investment in renewables was almost twice as high as an investment in oil and gas and there are some startling successes you have probably never heard about. Give it a read below:
With PaperLab, from the printer giant, Seiko Epson. You can input used paper in one end, hit a button, and have virgin paper again at the other. Take a look here:
According to a study published last in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, a 90-minute walk through a natural environment had a huge positive impact on participants and there is more. Take a look at the article here: