As New York’s policymakers plan for statewide implementation of the Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act, regional networks are the basis of nimble, creative action. Learn how the Hudson Valley is creating a Regional Climate Action Strategy for deep cuts in climate pollution, economic revitalization and climate justice – and how to participate.
With Pat Pomeroy, Executive Director of the Hudson Valley Regional Council, and Melissa Everett, Director of Sustainable Hudson Valley.
This project is jointly coordinated by the Hudson Valley Regional Council and SHV.
Scott Beall’s 20 years in the Brewster school system used the power of project-based learning to engage middle schoolers as sustainability consultants in local businesses. Clarkson Universityis partnered with the New York Power Authority to educate their entire work force on climate and clean energy issues. Jaimie Cloud will lay out an actionable framework for creating learning organizations in schools and communities. Join us to explore innovative strategies for community-wide education to tackle the climate crisis.
Moderated by Joe Phelan, co-founder, Center for Sustainability and Climate Education at Dutchess BOCES.
Learn how to take action on refrigerants, the most potent and least understood greenhouse gas. Presenters Christina Starr and Kathrene Garcia from the Environmental Investigation Agency (eia-global.org).
A Chronogram Conversation with Blake Jones, Clean Energy Credit Union; Emily Morris, Emrgy, Inc., Louise Gava, Joule Community Power; John Borchert, Central Hudson Gas and Electric; Melissa Everett, Sustainable Hudson Valley moderated by Brian Mahoney.