The Delaware Community advocates for advancing a sustainable, resilient, and healthy built-environment that will transform the standards in The First State.


We aim to empower cost-effective approaches that are resource-efficient, resilient to climate change, and result in a healthier indoor environment. Our networks of experienced professionals and industry leaders demonstrate examples and success stories that make the business case for adopting technologies and practices that transform the market.

Green Building United’s Delaware Community Council is actively focused on addressing regional issues and offering local educational events. We meet on the third Wednesday of every month from 12:00 – 1:00 pm ET.

Delaware Community Volunteers

Co-Facilitator: Nora Lober and Sarita Sen

Bahareh van Boekhold | Kristin Brubaker | Lisa Harvey-Cicione | Anne Kirby | Kim Ilardi | Nick Martin | Reid Rowlands | Rod Ward | Terri Wasdyke | Norm Horn


Delaware Pathways to Green Schools

The Pathways program provides grants, resources, and one-on-one support to K-12 schools in Delaware that are committed to becoming healthier, more sustainable, and more energy efficient.

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