Building Climate Hope at Home

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“Building Climate Hope at Home”

We’re connected to each other through the places we call home. Climate change is impacting the places we live, the places we love. The Green Built Alliance in Western North Carolina models how one community can work together to create sustainable solutions by building for climate mitigation and resilience. Learn how from architects, builders, realtors, and community members. This film is part of our ongoing Business and Community Series.


Director: Dayna Reggero, Climate Listening Project

Adviser: Cari Barcas, Community Engagement Director, Green Built Alliance
Director of Photography: Kira Bursky
Cinematographer, Audio, Editing: Robert Gowan
Voice Over Sound Recording: Randy Houston
Producer: Green Built Alliance


Sam Ruark-Eastes, Green Built Alliance
Maggie Leslie, Green Built Alliance
Sophie Min Mullinax, Blue Horizons Project
Jonathan Gach, Blue Horizons Project
Brad Rouse, Energy Savers Network
Joseph Hackett, Green Opportunities
Paul Reeves, Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity
Robin Cape, Town and Mountain Realty
Matthew Menne, Isaac Dickson Elementary School PTO
Leigha Dickens, Deltec Homes
Steve Linton, Deltec Homes
Stephens Smith Farrell Architecture
Mary Love, Love The Green
Sundance Power Systems
Vandemusser Design, PLLC
Jamie Shelton, Blue Ridge Energy Systems


Asheville & Western North Carolina