Greening the Queen City

But instead of joining a club or merely volunteering on the side, he's decided to build an organization with a fixed focus.  Binns has been using his spare time putting together a not-for-profit outfit called, of course, Sustain Charlotte. (His day job is with the Green Press Initiative, where he is a program manager.) On Wednesday, on the eve of Earth Day, Sustain Charlotte hosted its first major event with the Center for Sustainability at Central Piedmont Community College.  And for a debut event from a brand new group, it was a doozy.

 

Read more: Charlotte Business Journal: Greening the Queen City 

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