ORLANDO, Fla. – Things are beginning to look a little greener with the announcement of a “small” display outside the Orlando Science Center.
The city of Orlando on Tuesday unveiled its Tiny Green Home, which is a hands-on experience designed to increase sustainability education and awareness in Central Florida. [TRENDING: Trooper Steve diagnosed with cancer amid pandemic | Latest on $1,400 payments | How to get vaccine in Fla.] The $125,000 project was funded equally by the city and Orlando Utilities Commission, along with support from the Bloomberg Philanthropies American Cities Climate Challenge.
The 200-square-foot home is filled with interactive displays to educate visitors on energy and water conservation measures. “What we’reRead more on clickorlando.com