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Come help us with the final details for the upcoming Fair

  • Contact beckyjmeier@gmail.com if you can volunteer on the day of the Fair. We need about 40 volunteers!
  • Join us at our next meeting: Wednesday, October 10, 6-8 pm Nassau Library

Renewable Energy and Sustainable Living Fair Workshops
Saturday, October 20th
10 am - 4 pm
Doane Stuart School
199 Washington Ave, Rensselaer, NY 12144


There is so much to learn. Come to one of our 15 workshops at the 2018 Renewable Energy and Sustainable Living Fair. 

Time Topic Organization
Workshop Room 1    
10:30 Mobilizing faith-based communities/people for climate justice action GreenFaith
     
11:00 Home Geothermal Dandelion Energy
11:10 Renewable heating and cooling Aztech Geothermal
     
11:30 The Why and How of Climate Denial New York Interfaith Power & Light
     
1:30 Carbon Sequestration: Connecting Farms, Food, Soil and Climate Citizens' Climate Lobby
  Dirt to Soil June Varner
     
2:00 Renewable Energy Clean Choice Energy
  Community Solar: The Best Way To Spend 5 Minutes For Reducing Emissions and Saving Money Common Energy
  Buying solar through a buyers cooperative Red Hook Solar Corp
     
2:30 Community energy programs to get us to 100% renewable energy WITH savings. JouleCommunity Power
  Community Choice Aggregation Solarize Albany
  CCA, Waste Reduction PAUSE - People of Albany United for Safe Energy
     
3:00 Net Zero and Zeroenergy Buildings; Reducing BTU's and KWs 75% One Energy/Zeroenergy Buildings INC.
     
     
Workshop Room 2    
10:30 Air and ground source heat pumps New York Solar Energy Society
     
11:00 NYSERDA Home Performance Program Affordable Housing Partnership
     
11:30 Solar 101 or Community Solar SunCommon
  Your Place in the Sun; Leveraging Solar for Homeowners & Renters Monolith Solar Assoc LLC
     
1:00 Clean Power Mapping NY New Yorkers for Clean Power
     
1:30 How we can transition NY to 100% renewable energy while making sure we create good paying jobs and protect our most vulnerable communities NY Renews
  Climate Policies for Success- Sheridan Hollow and Divestment New York Climate Advocacy
     
2:00 Clean Energy Communities Program - NYSERDA Capital District Regional Planning Commission
     
2:30 Prudent integration of environmental, social and governance (ESG) criteria into the investing process Sustainable Wealth Advisors
     
3:00 Benefits of shared mobility/ True Costs of Transportation Capital CarShare
 
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Environmental Justice Panel Discussion
Friday, October 28, 4-7 pm
Albany Law School, 80 New Scotland Avenue, Albany, NY 12208, DAMC Moot Court Room,

Free and open to the public. Sponsored by the New York State Bar Association Sections on Civil Rights and Environmental & Energy Law, this program will explore the intersection of civil rights and science in the context of environmental policy. The program will explain the concept of environmental justice, reveal the impact of environmental policy upon civil rights with regard to the topics of lead toxicity and climate change, and explore how environmental justice issues in these two arenas comparatively affect, and are addressed, in upstate New York and New York City. Moderated by Sierra Club Past President Aaron Mair, a distinguished panel of experts from diverse backgrounds, including attorneys, activists, journalists, professors and scientists, will convene and engage in what is sure to be an exciting and insightful discussion on numerous issues and topics affecting all New Yorkers. RSVP to Mark Wilson MWilson@NYSBA.org.
 


  

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