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The Next Stage for Building Efficiency

The Next Stage for Building Efficiency

Since 1998, Delta Institute has been a leader in developing sustainable solutions for the built environment. With over 20M square feet of LEED-certified projects, we have recognized the need to use data to drive decision making in sustainable buildings. Our work in...

The Cares Act and Charitable Giving

The Cares Act and Charitable Giving

You may have heard about the CARES Act, the economic relief legislation recently passed in Congress. It includes a lot of different ways to help those most in need. The nonprofit sector as a whole, including Delta, is also trying to best understand how to navigate...

The State of Land Stewardship in Illinois

The State of Land Stewardship in Illinois

Traditionally, conservation land trusts have protected land, often restored it, and later transferred it to government entities for long-term ownership, which effectively transfers the responsibility of land stewardship to those governmental entities. While this...

What Happens to a Coal Plant After it Closes?

Due to a changing energy sector and mounting regulatory and community pressure, coal-fired power plants are shutting down across the country. Aging coal plants are struggling to meet increased regulatory standards while staying economically competitive with natural...

Putting Waste “On The Table”

Putting Waste “On The Table”

On Monday, May 12, more than 11,000 Chicagoans gathered over lunch and dinner tables across the city to exchange ideas for the future of Chicago, as part of  The Chicago Community Trust's "On The Table" campaign. Delta Institute co-hosted an "On The Table" lunch with...

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