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April 14 Happy Hour

with American University College of Arts and Sciences

at Buffalo Billards!


When: Thursday, April 14th 6pm - 8pm

WhereBuffalo Billiards | 1330 19th St NW | Washington DC 20036 | Map

Complimentary food: Sponsored by American University College of Arts and Sciences

RSVP: This is a free event please register here

About American University College of Arts and Sciences

American University has been a forward thinking DC academic institution since 1893. The College of Arts and Sciences brings together some of the best of minds from social science to creative arts to the physical sciences. CAS students are enthusiastic and looking to connect with like-minded professionals in the DC community. 

About Buffalo Billiards

Green Drinks DC is very excited to be hosting at Buffalo Billiards for this month's event.

Metro: Dupont Circle on the Red Line.

Specials:
$4 Miller Lite, Budweiser, Bud Light, Yuengling

$5.50 Sam Adams, Sam Seasonal, Palm, Sam Adams Light, Beer o’ the Month, House Wine, Rail Drinks

$6 Chips with Salsa & Guacamole, Mozzarella Sticks, Buffalo Chicken Dip, Pretzels, Smothered Fries, Buffalo Bites 


After 7:00 we have $5 Fat Tire drafts and $15 Pitchers or $5 New Belgium cans.


Buffalo Billiards is DCs largest sports bar and is known to be an adults' playground with entertainment in every direction!

Don't forget to register!

2016 GreenDrinks DC Committee

 

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Past DC events

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Happy Hour at Glen's Garden Market with the DC Environmental Film Festival
 
When: Thursday, March 22nd, 6:00pm-8:00pm
 
Where: Glen's Garden Market | 2001 S St NW | Washington DC 20009 | Map
 
Complimentary Admission: Three film screenings at the DC Environmental Film Festival
 
RSVP: This is a free event please register here
 
 
Green Drinks DC March Happy Hour

Green Drinks DC will be hosting our March Happy Hour at Glenn's Garden Market's Dupont Circle location on March 22nd. We are very thankful for Glen's continued support and excitment to partner with us on our events.Join Green Drinks DC at Glen's Garden Market on Tuesday, March 22nd, at 6:00pm. Please register here and tell your friends!

 
Complimentary Admissions Thanks to The DC Envrionmental Film Festival 
Green Drinks DC is very grateful to have the DC Environmental Film Festival as our partner for our Green Drinks DC March happy hour! In an amazing show of generosity, The DC Enviornmental Film Festival has offered you, the member of Green Drinks, free admision to two nights of their amazing festival: March 18th and March 23rd. Following the links below to register for your free tickets. Space is limited so don't wait, register now!
 
Films on March 18th:
License to Krill
6:00 pm | Carnegie Institution for Science (
1530 P Street NW)
Delve into icy waters in search of answers, as a scientific expedition investigates the dramatic decline of krill; tiny, but massively important crustaceans, considered a keystone species for all life in the Antarctic and the world. Reservations required. Claim your FREE ticket here.
 
Catching the Sun
8:30 pm | Carnegie Institution for Science
 (1530 P Street NW)
As the global race to lead the clean energy future kicks into full gear, an unlikely ensemble of characters make radical moves. Can the U.S. build a clean energy economy to help solve both inequality and climate change? Claim your FREE ticket hereusing the code EFF_Solar.
 
Film on March 23rd:
Ice and the Sky

7:00 pm | Carnegie Institution for Science (1530 P Street NW)

In the 1950s, Claude Lorius brought about a sweeping change in our vision of the world when he discovered the effects of climate change. At 82, he returns to the Antarctic ice fields, where he first made his discovery, to look back on six decades of research and adventure. Directed by Luc Jacquet and produced by Richard Grandpierre and Frédéric Doniguian. A discussion with director Luc Jacquet follows screening. Tickets: $10. Reservations required. Claim four FREE ticket here, using the comp code EFF_Glacier.

 
We invite you to attend all of these complimentary showings, and encourage you to attend the other amazing screenings the DC Environmental Film Festival has arranged. A full schedule can be found here.
 
About The DC Environmental Film Festival
For over 20 years, the Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital has played a critical role in connecting filmmakers, policymakers, scientists, and citizens committed to the future of our planet. Each March in Washington, DC, America’s largest & longest-running environmental film festival presents 100+ films to over 30,000 attendees. Learn more.
 
 
About Glen's Garden Market
 
Green Drinks DC is very excited to be returning to Glen's Garden Market for this month's event.
 
Metro: Dupont Circle on Red Line.
 
Specials: $4 local craft beer on draft
 
At Glen’s Garden Market, neighbors select from the Chesapeake Bay Watershed’s finest produce, meats, poultry, dairy products and specialty foods in a space designed to celebrate seasonality and offer unprecedented access to environmentally sustainable, locally made foods. The store showcases foods grown or created by farmers and artisans in DC, Virginia, Maryland, West Virginia, Delaware, Pennsylvania and New York.
 
The store itself was constructed using sustainable building materials as well as highly efficient lighting, refrigeration and cooking equipment. Additionally, doors have been installed on the service cases to avoid wasting refrigerant. The bar itself is made of recycled paper. Consistent with the store’s environmental focus, minimizing waste is a priority at Glen’s Garden Market.  No paper or plastic is available at check out and used only as absolutely required in other areas of the store.  The store offers only reusable bags made from recycled content.
 
Glen’s Garden Market is open from 10am until 10pm, seven days a week. Learn more at glensgardenmarket.com.
 
 
Capital Bikeshare users - check out the station map
 
 
 
 
RSVP: This is a free event please register here

 

2016 GreenDrinks DC Committee

 
GreenDrinks is a network of eco-minded contacts 
in 683 cities around the world.
GreenDrinksDC has 2000+ members, and is growing every month! 
No cover charge. All welcome. Bring a friend! 
 
 
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Past DC events

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Happy Hour at Glen's Garden Market
 
When: Tuesday, January 19th, 6:00pm-8:00pm
 
Where: Glen's Garden Market | 2001 S St NW | Washington DC 20009 | Map
 
Complimentary drink: Sponsored bDC Sustainable Energy Utility
 
Spotlight by John Supp
 
Green Drinks DC is very grateful to have the DC Sustainable Energy Utility sponsoring an evening of knowledge exchange on energy and sustainability.
 
About John Supp
 
John is the DCSEU's Director of Account Management. He began his energy career in 2001 working for a micro wind turbine manufacturer. In 2003, he moved into a position working on solar PV with a national renewable energy distribution company. In 2006, he became a Program Manager for the 10-year California Solar Initiative. After relocating to DC six years ago with another solar company, he joined the DCSEU in 2012. John received his Certified Energy Manager (CEM) certification and is a graduate of UCLA.
 
About DC Sustainable Energy Utility
 
The District of Columbia Sustainable Energy Utility (DCSEU) helps DC residents and businesses use less energy and save money. Since 2011, the DCSEU has delivered financial incentives, technical assistance, and information to tens of thousands of District residents and businesses, helping them to save millions of dollars on their energy costs. Our work is building a brighter economic, environmental and energy future for the District. Learn more
 
 
 
About Glen's Garden Market
Green Drinks DC is very excited to be returning to Glen's Garden Market for this month's event.
 
Metro: Dupont Circle on Red Line.
 
Specials: $4 local craft beer on draft
 
At Glen’s Garden Market, neighbors select from the Chesapeake Bay Watershed’s finest produce, meats, poultry, dairy products and specialty foods in a space designed to celebrate seasonality and offer unprecedented access to environmentally sustainable, locally made foods. The store showcases foods grown or created by farmers and artisans in DC, Virginia, Maryland, West Virginia, Delaware, Pennsylvania and New York.
 
The store itself was constructed using sustainable building materials as well as highly efficient lighting, refrigeration and cooking equipment. Additionally, doors have been installed on the service cases to avoid wasting refrigerant. The bar itself is made of recycled paper. Consistent with the store’s environmental focus, minimizing waste is a priority at Glen’s Garden Market.  No paper or plastic is available at check out and used only as absolutely required in other areas of the store.  The store offers only reusable bags made from recycled content.
 
Glen’s Garden Market is open from 10am until 10pm, seven days a week. Learn more at glensgardenmarket.com.
 
Happy Hour at Glen's Garden Market
 
When: Tuesday, October 20th, 6:00pm-8:00pm
 
Where: Glen's Garden Market | 2001 S St NW | Washington DC 20009 | Map
 
Complimentary drink: Sponsored by Marriott International
 
RSVP: This is a free event please register here
 
 
10-minute spotlight by Denise Naguib, Vice President, Sustainability & Supplier Diversity at Marriott International
 
Green Drinks DC is very grateful to have Marriott onboard to present their exciting vision and sponsor your first drink of the evening.
 
 
About Denise Naguib
 
Denise was born in Cairo, Egypt and graduated from the University of Oregon with a B.S. in Geography (human impacts on the environment). Denise worked with Jean-Michel Cousteau’s Ocean Futures Society implementing environmental education programs at various locations. She moved to the Cayman Islands to implement Jean-Michel Cousteau's Ambassadors of the Environment program at The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman.  Denise is now Vice President of Sustainability and Supplier Diversity.
 
About Marriott International
 
Marriott is focused on our journey to become the world’s favorite travel company for everyone we interact with. Our sustainability strategy is driven by a wide range of initiatives that have been fostered throughout our history of giving back to communities and evolving our operations to be more sustainable. This includes efforts like creating resource-efficient hotels, training our associates on human rights and the protection of children, and supporting innovative conservation initiatives. Learn more
 
 
 
 
About Glen's Garden Market
 
Green Drinks DC is very excited to be returning to Glen's Garden Market for this month's event.
 
Metro: Dupont Circle on Red Line.
 
Specials: $4 local craft beer on draft
 
At Glen’s Garden Market, neighbors select from the Chesapeake Bay Watershed’s finest produce, meats, poultry, dairy products and specialty foods in a space designed to celebrate seasonality and offer unprecedented access to environmentally sustainable, locally made foods. The store showcases foods grown or created by farmers and artisans in DC, Virginia, Maryland, West Virginia, Delaware, Pennsylvania and New York.
 
The store itself was constructed using sustainable building materials as well as highly efficient lighting, refrigeration and cooking equipment. Additionally, doors have been installed on the service cases to avoid wasting refrigerant. The bar itself is made of recycled paper. Consistent with the store’s environmental focus, minimizing waste is a priority at Glen’s Garden Market.  No paper or plastic is available at check out and used only as absolutely required in other areas of the store.  The store offers only reusable bags made from recycled content.
 
Glen’s Garden Market is open from 10am until 10pm, seven days a week. Learn more at glensgardenmarket.com.
 
 
 
 
 
Happy Hour at Glen's Garden Market
 
When: Tuesday, June 23rd, 6:00pm-8:00pm
 
Where: Glen's Garden Market | 2001 S St NW | Washington DC 20009 | Map
 
Complimentary drink: Sponsored by Building Energy
 
 
10-minute spotlight by Andrea Braccialarghe, Managing Director, U.S at Building Energy
 
Green Drinks DC is very grateful to have Building Energy (BE) onboard to present their exciting vision and sponsor your first drink of the evening.
 
Founded in 2010, BE is an international independent power producer focused on renewable energy, specifically solar and wind. It’s headquartered in Milan, Italy and has offices in six cities on four continents where it has development presence: Cape Town, Washington D.C., Tokyo, Panama City, Belgrade, and Dubai. BE is led by a skilled team of entrepreneurial managers with long-standing experience in the energy sector. Currently, BE has over 2,000MWs of pipeline projects with 440MWs expected to reach COD by the end of 2016. Over $1B project financing commitments have been secured over the last three years. BE development activities are backed by the Italian private equity firm Synergo SGR SpA and founding member equity. More information about Building Energy is available at http://www.buildingenergy.it.
 
 
 
About Glen's Garden Market
 
Green Drinks DC is very excited to be returning to Glen's Garden Market for this month's event.
 
Metro: Dupont Circle on Red Line.
 
Specials: $4 local craft beer on draft
 
At Glen’s Garden Market, neighbors select from the Chesapeake Bay Watershed’s finest produce, meats, poultry, dairy products and specialty foods in a space designed to celebrate seasonality and offer unprecedented access to environmentally sustainable, locally made foods. The store showcases foods grown or created by farmers and artisans in DC, Virginia, Maryland, West Virginia, Delaware, Pennsylvania and New York.
 
The store itself was constructed using sustainable building materials as well as highly efficient lighting, refrigeration and cooking equipment. Additionally, doors have been installed on the service cases to avoid wasting refrigerant. The bar itself is made of recycled paper. Consistent with the store’s environmental focus, minimizing waste is a priority at Glen’s Garden Market.  No paper or plastic is available at check out and used only as absolutely required in other areas of the store.  The store offers only reusable bags made from recycled content.
 
Glen’s Garden Market is open from 10am until 10pm, seven days a week. Learn more at glensgardenmarket.com.
 

 

Happy Hour at Sauf Haus Bier Hall

 
When: Tuesday, March 10th, 6:00pm-8:00pm
 
Where: Sauf Haus Bier Hall 1216 18th St NW | Washington DC 20036 | Map
 
Complimentary drink: Sponsored by Nextility
 
10-minute spotlight by Zachary Axelrod, CEO at Nextility
 
Green Drinks DC is very grateful to have Nextility onboard to present their exciting vision and sponsor your first drink of the evening.
 
Nextility is a customer-focused energy company in DC saving business money on energy without cost or effort to them. We do this in two ways:
  1. We lower business’ energy usage through no-cost, guaranteed-savings solar energy. Businesses pay nothing, and always save with clean energy versus conventional energy from the utility.
  2. For the utility energy businesses use, we lower their rates without complication or changes to the way they operate.

Learn more at Nextility.com.

 
 

 

Energy & Sustainability Extravaganza

When: Friday, February 20th, 11:30-7:00pm

 
Where: George Washington University | Foggy Bottom Campus Science and Engineering Hall

800 22nd Street NW Washington, DC 20052 | Map

 
Organizer: Leaders in Energy, co-hosted by Green Drinks DC
 
We are very excited to be joining the Leaders in Energy, along with the National Capital Chapter of the Association of Energy Engineer's to co-host the Energy & Sustainability Extravagaza at The George Washington University.
 
You are invited to a very exciting afternoon and evening of energy, environmental, and sustainability-related events at The George Washington University's new Science and Engineering Hall - Auditorium! 
 
We hope you will be able to join us for all of these events.  Registration information for these events at the Extravaganza are provided below:
 
Event Program
 
11:30-2:00pm: Luncheon Panel "Career Paths in Energy & Sustainability: Perspectives from Successful Women Professionals
 
2:00-5:00pm: GW Energy and Sustainability Showcase
 
5:00-7:00pm: Professional Networking and Reception
 
Further program details
 

 

Special Event - SolarCity Career Info Session at Glen’s Garden Market

 
When: Wednesday, January 28th, 6:00pm-8:00pm
 
Where: Glen's Garden Market 2001 S Street NW | Washington DC 20009 | Map
 
RSVP: This is a free event please register here
 
 
 
SolarCity is hiring!
 
If you or someone you know is interested in joining the renewable energy revolution please join Green Drinks and SolarCity for a special gathering on Wednesday January 28th.  SolarCity is the #1 provider of residential solar power and is rapidly expanding its sales team in the DC/MD area.  SolarCity is looking for people who have a passion for clean energy and a passion for great customer service.  The earnings potential is great, but the job satisfaction is even better.  SolarCity’s regional sales manager, Jeff Miller, will be in attendance with the hope of meeting quality candidates and collecting resumes.
SolarCity is currently hiring Outside Sales Consultants. For the most streamlined applicant process,