Constellation Invests Additional $450,000 in Baltimore Energy Challenge & City Schools Sustainability Challenge Office of Sustainability and Baltimore Community Foundation puts youth in charge on environmental concerns Business Wire -- February 21, 2013 Constellation is investing an additional $450,000 to further the goals of the Baltimore Energy Challenge and City Schools WHAT: Sustainability Challenge, both programs of the Baltimore Office of Sustainability and the Baltimore Community Foundation. Since 2009, more than 80 schools have participated in energy and sustainability projects. WHO: Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake; Superintendent of Baltimore City Public Schools Andres A. Alonso John Quinn, Director, Performance and Policy, Environmental Strategy, Exelon, Constellation’s parent company; Beth Strommen, Director, Baltimore Office of Sustainability; Cheryl Casciani, Director of Neighborhood Sustainability, Baltimore Community; Principal Tamara Hanson and green team students from John Eager Elementary School; and Reservoir Hill Improvement Council Executive Director Rick Gwynallen and neighborhood Energy Captain. WHEN: Monday, February 25, 2013 – 11:00am – 12:00pm. WHERE: John Eager Howard Elementary School 2011 Linden Ave. – Baltimore, MD 21217 Young people are critically important to furthering the goals of the Baltimore Sustainability Plan. As tomorrow’s leaders, they WHY: need to participate fully in their own futures. This investment allows the implementation of the program in additional schools and communities. Mayor Rawlings-Blake and Superintendent Alonso will sign the PHOTO OPP: “Energy Challenge Pledge” beside the wind turbine built by students. Contact: Alice Kennedy, LEED Green Associate Sustainability Coordinator Office of Sustainability 410-396-4556 email@example.com
Constellation Invests Additional $450,000 in Baltimore Energy Challenge & City Schools Sustainability Challenge
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