October Poll of the Month: “greener” building

By Stephanie Rico
October 12th, 2011

Environmental Forum readers, it’s poll time again!

Last month we asked if efforts are underway to make your or your child’s school “greener?” Of our respondents, 38% said “yes” and 62% said “no.”

Now compared to our other polls, this one generated the least interest. I wonder why? If you have reasons, we’d love to hear from you. Please let us know how we can improve our Poll of the Month—or if you have any question suggestions!

In the meantime, let’s turn our attention to October’s poll. Since we’re thrilled to have recently earned a 2011 Leadership Award from the U.S. Green Building Council, we’re interested in your opinion about it. Do our award-winning “greener” building practices affect your opinion of Wells Fargo? If so, how?

Tags:   building   greener   Leadership Award   Poll of the Month   USGBC   
Stephanie Rico

Stephanie Rico

Stephanie focuses on helping Wells Fargo achieve its goal of accelerating a transition to a “greener” economy via finance and support of our customers who are looking to take advantage of the benefits of renewable energy and clean technology. Stephanie has a BA in Social Science, Interdisciplinary Studies from San Francisco State University and an MBA from DePaul University’s Kellstadt Graduate School of Business.

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Rhonda Fleming-Dalyon October 15, 2011 at 5:21 pm:

Being a Leader on our Green Team and having had the pleasure of being invited to attend the Green Team Leadership Conference earlier this month, I am encouraging both schools that our grandchildren atten, to continue the green they are doing at school and do something more. I encourage everyone to Do Locally and Think Globally! I came away from The Conference more green and more cultural than when I arrived. I hope to be on the committee of planning our next Green Team Leadership Conference! Be GREEN in some way, start small, become big and do your part to help save Mother Earth! We can’t do it by ourselves it takes everyone!

Ovaltine Jenkinson October 17, 2011 at 2:04 pm:

I don’t have kids so I didn’t answer. Also have no idea what is going on at the schools where I live.

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