Join an Existing CCURB Project
Email firstname.lastname@example.org, or the relevant primary contact for a specific project:
- Project 20/20 installs high-efficiency lighting in low-income Providence homes. Email: Libby_Kimzey@Brown.edu.
- Project HeatSave partners with a community organization to install programmable thermostats in Providence homes. Email: Matthew_Severson@Brown.edu.
- Pump It Up! helps the Providence community save money and gasoline by increasing the number of properly inflated tires on our roads through direct action. Email: Danielle_Dahan@Brown.edu.
- Project Sophia Academy partners with a middle school for low-middle income girls in Providence to design and implement carbon emission projects. Email: Gail_Cohee@Brown.edu.
- Green Credit Builder Program with Capital Good Fund has completed the design of a loan program that will provide financing for homeowners to pay for small-scale energy efficiency projects. Email: Andy@CapitalGoodGroup.com.
Newly Funded CCURB Projects
- Greener Habitats seeks to improve the building envelope of Providence Habitat for Humanity homes, through efficient roofing, insulation and windows, so that it reduces carbon emissions and energy bills. Email: Emily_Alvarez@Brown.edu.
- Prisons Eliminating Carbon Emissions aims to connect Brown carbon reduction projects with the Rhode Island prisons and correction facilities. Email: Sarah_Rosengard@Brown.edu.
- Green Fitness will research the feasibility of adapting existing fitness machines at gyms in Providence and/or Brown so that they generate their own electricity when used. Email: Kara_Kaufman@Brown.edu.