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  • How One World Play Project Changes Lives Through Soccer

    Posted 02.02.2016

    Photo courtesy: One World Play Project When Linda, a Cambodian teenager, discovered a love of soccer, her parents forbade her from playing, telling her it was just for boys. They had other plans for her:

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  • Ritual Coffee starts a sustainable caffeine revolution

    Posted 07.16.2014

    When Eileen Hassi Rinaldi moved to San Francisco in 2003, she loved the city’s food, farmers’ markets and proximity to wine country. “But the coffee was so far behind what I was used to in Seattle,” says Rinaldi. “It was shocking.”

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  • Bank takes innovative approaches to financing energy efficiency

    Posted 02.12.2014

    Making buildings more energy efficient is one of the most effective and immediate actions we can take to reduce climate-changing greenhouse gas emissions. Yet, despite rapid innovation in building technology, the pace of retrofits has been painfully slow. New Resource Bank is tackling the problem with innovative solutions to one of the biggest roadblocks: the lack of practical financing options.

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  • New Resource helps Hog Island grow, get more sustainable

    Posted 08.29.2013

    Founded in 1983 with a five-acre lease, a $500 stake and the motto “strong backs and weak minds,” Hog Island Oyster Co. has grown to 160 acres in Tomales Bay producing over 3 million oysters annually, plus Manila clams and mussels, to satisfy the cravings of Bay Area bivalve lovers.

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  • New Resource helps renewable energy funder grow

    Posted 11.04.2010

    Sonoma-based Adam Capital Clean Energy Asset Finance is helping to fill what CEO Adam Boucher calls a “renewable-energy funding gap”—a financing void for small to midsized solar, wind and other renewable energy projects. Property owners who invest in renewable energy upgrades often qualify for government incentives and utility rebates. However, many can’t get the financing needed to install

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  • New Resource helps SunRun bring home the solar

    Posted 10.14.2010

    Getting their own solar power is something a lot of homeowners would like to do, but many lose interest when they see the upfront installation cost. Enter SunRun, an up-and-coming San Francisco–based company that’s partnering with New Resource Bank to make residential solar systems affordable. SunRun’s pioneering business model offers homeowners power purchase agreements (PPAs), which let them

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  • Bank leaders work to make energy upgrades easy

    Posted 10.09.2010

    Energy and water efficiency and renewable power upgrades could soon be much more affordable and appealing to California property owners, thanks in part to hard work by New Resource Bank board director Bob Epstein and vice chairman Peter Liu on legislation promoting Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) programs statewide.

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  • Firm pursues green building retrofits with New Resource help

    Posted 09.29.2010

    Lucien Jamey grew up in France and Switzerland surrounded by a family of engineers and entrepreneurs. It turned out to be the ideal background for the president and CEO of San Francisco-based Sunmoor Properties, a management firm that helps clients increase property values with comprehensive green retrofits of existing buildings.

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  • Recycling pioneer taps New Resource to grow

    Posted 09.29.2010

    North Bay Steel Mill & Recycling began salvaging and reprocessing steel more than half a century ago, well before the modern environmental movement took off. “It’s interesting that most people think only new businesses recycle or are sustainable,” says Mark Lutz, president and CEO of the pioneering Napa-based company. “We’re one of the few businesses that have been

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  • New Resource helps hog island grow, get more sustainable

    Posted 09.29.2010

    Founded in 1983 with a five-acre lease, a $500 stake and the motto “strong backs and weak minds,” Hog Island Oyster Co. has grown to 160 acresin Tomales Bay producing over 3 million oysters annually, plus Manila clams and mussels, to satisfy the cravings of Bay Area bivalve lovers.

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  • Green building leader gets savvy financing

    Posted 09.29.2010

    David Gottfried, founder of the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), knew just where to go when he needed financing for his LEED platinum home renovation. “I sought out New Resource because they were green,” he says. “I thought they would be great for our house. They understood what we were doing in the renovation.” Gottfried ended up

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