What can you do to help?
Be an Environmental Advocate
The City of Dunedin wants to know what you or your group do to protect and conserve Dunedin's environment and natural resources. You might get a chance to share your activity on Dunedin TV. One environmental advocate will be chosen each year on the merits of their activities and will be honored at the City of Dunedin Commission Meeting.
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Participate in Dunedin's Recycling Program.
Take Advantage of Tax Credits for Energy Efficiency
Tax credits are available for energy efficient home improvements including solar panels, energy efficient doors and windows, insulation and HVAC systems that are placed in service between January 1, 2009 and December 31, 2010. Credits are also available for efficient cars and commercial buildings. Visit the Energy Star website to find out if your home improvement project qualifies.
Read instructions on how to create your own self watering container for growing vegetables.
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Learn more - attend a seminar in the Sustainability Seminar Series
The Sustainability Seminar Series is a City of Dunedin educational program intended to teach residents how to live a more sustainable lifestyle. Each seminar will provide attendees with real world tips and techniques that can be implemented at home, work, and school to decrease environmental impacts, save money, and increase the quality of life in Dunedin.
If there is a topic you would like to see as a part of the series, please email your suggestions by using the "email" link at the right hand side of the page. Remember, the seminars are designed to give YOU the knowledge YOU need to live a better life, so please share your thoughts with us. Call 727-298-3215 x 1324 or email to sign up.
Do your part by cutting down on air pollution! Opt for walking, biking, or carpooling options, such as the PSTA Public Bus System or the Jolley Trolley or ride sharing programs through your workplace. Track the local Air Quality Index for Pinellas County and learn more through the Pinellas County Air Quality Educational Resources!
Have questions, comments or suggestions?
Call or email the Sustainability Coordinator, Natalie Henley at 727-298-3215 (ext 1324)
or email: firstname.lastname@example.org