About Love The Green Team
A marine biologist and nature writer, Rachel Carson the global environmental movement with her 1962 book Silent Spring. Outlining the dangers of chemical pesticides, the book led to a nationwide ban on DDT and other pesticides and sparked the movement that ultimately led to the creation of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
The first Earth Day was organized in 1970 to promote the ideas of ecology, encourage respect for life on earth, and highlight growing concern over pollution of the soil, air, and water. Earth Day is now observed in 140 nations with outdoor performances, exhibits, street fairs, and television programs that focus on environmental issues.
Today Green is no longer just a trend. It is a lifestyle choice. With technology improvements and lower cost of items such as solar panels and smart homes, people can make a difference with dollar choices.
The Green movement, sustainability lifestyle involves more than recycling, reusing, and repurposing, it also includes promoting local businesses and social justice.
Love the Green Team have always been a company very conscious of our community, our environment, and our impact on our world.
- We utilize technology and have paperless systems in place for all transactions
- We analysis our showing tours and reduce the mileage
- We carpool
- We have organic gardens and share the bounty with friends and clients
- We highlight, recommend, and support various local Green businesses
- We recycle, reuse and repurpose.
- As a business, we are actively involved in the Western North Carolina community and take our impact on the area seriously
- We are an information center to learn more about green building, green rehab, and building a sustainable committee for many generation into the future
At Love the Green Team, we make choices that provide quality to our customers while protecting the environment for you and us. We understand that not every home will be a Green Built NC certified.
Our goal is to help every home be more sustainable because “a little bit of something is a whole lot better than nothing.”