By Derek Newberry, Advocacy Fellow

What could be better than talking about green buildings? Talking about green buildings while eating a delicious (and sustainably-sourced) dinner!

Join us in Cambridge on Thursday, November 12 for our 6th Annual Sustainable Dinner. Hosted by the highly-rated Commonwealth Restaurant, this trendy market serves upscale, locally-sourced American fare. Participants will be treated to a sampling of these dishes from the fantastic menu created by Chef Nookie, as we discuss healthy living in buildings–the theme of this year's event.

Eating sustainably grown food is an important part of leading a green, healthy lifestyle. But our indoor environment also has a major effect on our wellbeing. Making our indoor environment greener and healthier is especially important at this time of year, as we spending increasingly more time inside as the days get colder. Jane Slade of RAB Lighting will speak to our group about one aspect of a healthier indoor environment–how proper lighting can affect your circadian rhythm. That means simply improving your lighting might be the key to feeling rested as you head to work on these dark winter mornings!

Founded nearly 70 years ago, our event sponsor RAB Lighting designs energy-efficient LED lighting and controls. Their high-quality, affordable designs ease the process from distribution to installation to in-home use, which helps more people save energy–and money. Thank you to RAB Lighting for your commitment to the green building movement, and for sponsoring our event.

Please register here for this fun night of great food and green conversations. We're excited to see you there!

  • What: USGBC MA Chapter's 6th Annual Sustainable Dinner
  • When: Thursday, November 12, 6:00-8:00PM
  • Where: Commonwealth Restaurant | 11 Broad Canal Way | Cambridge, MA 02142

Here is the group at last year's Sustainable Dinner:


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