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The Long Beach Public Library Receives New Energy-Efficient Lighting Upgrades From Winthrop-University Hospital

Lighting Retrofit Saves Approximately 100,000 Kilowatt-Hours Per Year and Reduces Carbon Dioxide Emissions By 150,000 Pounds
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LONG BEACH, N.Y., November 3, 2015 /3BL Media/ – Thanks to generous financial support from local healthcare provider Winthrop-University Hospital, the Long Beach Public Library will receive brand-new, energy-efficient lighting upgrades. The funding for this project was generated through Winthrop-University Hospital’s participation in CBS EcoMedia’s EcoAd program, an initiative which enables advertisers to support community projects across the nation.

Consumers Energy Supports Energy Efficiency And Weatherization Home Improvements In Kalamazoo County

Improves Housing Quality and Reduces Energy Costs For Families and First-Time Homeowners
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KALAMAZOO, MICH, Oct. 9, 2015 /3BL Media/ – Thanks to a unique partnership with Kalamazoo Valley Habitat for Humanity and CBS EcoMedia’s EcoAd program, Consumers Energy, Michigan’s largest utility company, is contributing to critical energy efficiency and weatherization home-improvement projects as part of a broader neighborhood revitalization program in Kalamazoo County.

Perdue Teams Up With Phillips Wharf Environmental Center To Support Environmental Education In Chesapeake Bay

Perdue's Funding Of Center's Fishmobile To Impact More Than 40,000 Students.
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TILGHMAN ISLAND, MD, May 4, 2015 /3BL Media/ – Through a unique partnership with CBS EcoMedia, Perdue is once again helping address a critical need in the Chesapeake Bay by supporting local nonprofit Phillips Wharf Environmental Center’s Fishmobile program. The Fishmobile program travels to schools and events throughout the region to provide a 50-minute structured environmental education program to children all year long.

Chevrolet Electrifies Malibu Creek and Leo Carrillo California State Parks with Free Electric Vehicle Chargers from Adopt A Charger

Power to the plug-ins celebrated at ribbon-cutting made possible by Chevy’s EcoAd advertising with CBS EcoMedia
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Malibu, CA, August 22, 2013 /3BL Media/ – Two of the most popular State Parks in Southern California – Leo Carrillo State Beach and Malibu Creek State Park – now have even more appeal for plug-in electric vehicle owners with the addition of new, free charging courtesy of Chevrolet’s funding through their EcoAd advertising with CBS EcoMedia Inc. The two, 240 volt , chargers can accommodate up to four plug-in electric vehicles.  The units were installed at the two parks by EcoMedia’s nonprofit partner, Adopt A Charger.

New Video: Paul Polizzotto, "Advertising Is Like the Sun"

EcoMedia President and Founder Speaks at Social Innovations Summit
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The Social Innovation Summit was held in Silicon Valley, California earlier this month on December 4th and 5th.  In the invitation-only forum participants explored “What’s Next?” in the world of Social Innovation. No speaker was more innovative or creative in their thinking than Paul Polizzotto, the Founder and President of EcoMedia who is featured in this video excerpt from his presentation.

New Video: Port Washington Public Library Goes Solar

Winthrop-University Hospital provides funding through EcoMeidia's EcoAd advertising program
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At the end of September of 2012 a first-of-its-kind integrated thin film solar power system was installed as part of the Port Washington Public Library’s new SBS Roofing system and started generating clean, green renewable power.  This newly released video vignette on the project shows the thin film solar cells adhered to the library roof’s cap sheet layer.  The Port Washington Public Library is the only building in Nassau and Suffolk counties to generate power this way. 

Marine Exchange of Southern California Goes Green

Mayor Villaraigosa, Port of Los Angeles Helps LA’s 24/7 “Vessel Traffic Control” Facility Convert to a Solar- and Wind-Powered Operation
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(3BL Media) San Pedra, CA - August 7 , 2012 - The Port of Los Angeles and Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, joined by representatives from trade and maritime industry, environmental organizations and the harbor community today launched a new era of clean energy for the Marine Exchange of Southern California.

Maryland Zoo Receives New Energy Efficient Lighting Upgrades From Elephant Insurance’s EcoAd Funding

Giraffe House benefits from LED lighting retrofit made possible by CBS EcoMedia advertiser
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(3BL Media) Baltimore, MD - July 25, 2012 - The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore was presented with a check today from Kevin Chidwick, CEO of Elephant Insurance Services, and Paul Polizzotto, president and founder of CBS EcoMedia Inc., to provide financial support for the new energy-efficient LED (light-emitting diode) lighting upgrade in the Giraffe House at the Zoo. Together with Don Hutchinson, president and CEO of the Zoo, and Jay Newman, president and general manager of WJZ-TV, they cut the green ribbon on the building to celebrate completion of the new lighting system project.

EcoMedia Community Projects Having Impact All Across the U.S.A.

EcoAd, WellnessAd and EducationAd funding now making a significant difference for nonprofit groups and advertisers nationwide
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It's been an exciting and dynamic first seven months of 2012 for CBS EcoMedia as our EcoAd, WellnessAd and EducationAd programs are now funding projects all across the country - and we've only just begun to impact the social issues we care so much about.  Our pipeline of projects for the rest of the year is growing rapidly and exponentially and we'll be celebrating dozens more environmental, wellness and education projects in communities from coast to coast before this year is through.  

EcoMedia Helps Putnam Green Affordable Housing Project Save Money & Electricity with EcoAd Energy Efficiency Funding

Financial support from EcoAd advertiser IBEW Local 103 makes big difference in Cambridge
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CBS EcoMedia worked with our nonprofit partners, Enterprise Community Partners and Homeowners Rehab of Cambridge Massachusetts to make energy efficiency funding possible for the Putnam Green affordable housing project.  The financial support came from the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 103, through their EcoAd advertising.  In this EcoMedia project vignette video you'll learn how the EcoAd program works, hear from the key project participants and get an overview of the new Putnam Green development.

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