https://nyforcleanpower.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/71690020_2568435009866961_3910282421215428608_o.jpg12251837Michaela Ciovaccohttps://nyforcleanpower.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/340x200-NYfCP-Logo-1.pngMichaela Ciovacco2019-09-24 12:00:152019-10-22 03:24:10Climate Solutions Summit Draws More than 300 to New Paltz from Across the Region and the State
https://nyforcleanpower.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/Screen-Shot-2019-04-22-at-7.54.57-AM.png5231500Michaela Ciovaccohttps://nyforcleanpower.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/340x200-NYfCP-Logo-1.pngMichaela Ciovacco2019-04-22 07:51:502019-10-22 03:24:27Everyday is Earth Day with these 12 Ways to Take Action
Last year, we rallied, lobbied, and organized our way to pass the nation’s most progressive climate legislation. The Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act is now the law of the land, but we won’t get the urgent climate justice action that we need unless there is money for climate in this year’s budget.
Join us for a day of action in Albany (bit.ly/jan27albany) – we’ll be singing and dancing to celebrate our monumental victory in 2019 and rallying and lobbying to express our demands for climate justice in this year’s budget. It’s time for our elected officials to put money with their mouth is.
More details to come, and please indicate your transportation needs when you sign up!
We live today in an uneven world, defined significantly
We live today in an uneven world, defined significantly by energy injustice. Moving from here to the Paris climate goals will require an extraordinarily rapid and global transition—over the next ten years–towards clean energy. How can we ensure we create a just energy system in the transition? Join the Security and Sustainability Forum and Bard College in a sixty minute session about how innovative city and state policy will be critical to ensure justice in the economic transformation needed to solve the energy side of climate change by 2030. Panelists are entrepreneur and energy democracy leader Michael Dorsey and Eban Goodstein, Director of the Center for Environmental Policy at Bard College. The webinar will also present a new Bard-led program, Solve Climate by 2030. The program is supporting a nationwide series of campus and community Power Dialogs to engage 100,000 students in critical conversations about power as in clean energy, but also about power as in engaged civic action. Educators, local leaders, state policy officials and citizens, learn more in the webinar.