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Climate Change 101: Facing Down the 800-Lb-Gorillas in the Room

“Everybody knows that the climate has always been changing due to natural causes. But this time is different. Scientists say that after a remarkable period of stability over the last ten thousand years, during which our civilization developed and flourished, humans are triggering a period of instability.” – Dallas Hetherington Continue Reading →

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Coffee for Good Is a Hidden Gem in Plain Sight

If you look more closely, you will realize that Coffee for Good is not your typical high-end coffee shop. Although it has a full menu including teas, nitro brews, smoothies and salads, it is run by a non-profit that provides paid training to adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities so that they can learn the technical and professional skills necessary to obtain competitive integrated employment. Continue Reading →

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Sustainability Committee & Coffee For Good Present Free Talk: A Farmer’s Perspective on Food and Climate Change

The Greenwich Sustainability Committee, in partnership with Coffee for Good, announce “A Farmer’s Perspective on Food + Climate Change”, the first Speaker Series of 2023. The event is free, and will be held at Coffee for Good on Tuesday, January 31 from 12:30 – 1:30 pm. Continue Reading →

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P&Z Applauds Abilis Coffee Shop, Reluctant on Historic Overlay for 48 Maple

“An HO allows additional uses, but it also allows for an increase in square footage in the building, up to 28,800 sq ft….Now there is 12,000 sq ft. …You’re having a Historic Overlay to save the building in perpetuity, but in 20 years the church could add an awful lot and redevelop to 28,000 sq ft.” – P&Z Commissioner Nick Macri Continue Reading →

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