An opportunity to dig deeper into the renewable heat transition is the New York Geothermal Energy Organization's (NY-GEO's) fourth annual Renewable Heating & Cooling Conference in Albany, NY on April 18 and 19. NY-GEO is a nonprofit trade association dedicated
Join us online March 22: learn more about energy efficiency and get involved!
We invite clean energy advocates and climate activists from across the state to participate in an online teach-in on March 22. Join by video or phone to learn
Sierra Club's Second Annual Nationwide Earth Day Hike
Celebrate our second annual nationwide Earth Day hike and get our exclusive 2018 T-shirt when you raise $30. Last year, nearly 1,000 people hiked in all 50 states raising nearly $54,000 for our planet.
There’s still more coal plants to shut down,
Toxic Household Chemicals: Workshop & Advocacy Day at NYS Capitol
We can reduce toxic chemicals and protect our health by requiring full transparency about, and safe alternatives to, toxic chemicals in products.
We invite you to come to a free workshop and advocacy day (lunch included).
Learn about current advancements in
Screening: "Fractured Land" at American Indian Museum
Resource extraction in British Columbia, Canada, has reached all-time highs with the addition of shale-gas fracking across the Canadian province. Tribal communities cope with industrial encroachment, yet at the same time also benefit from the tremendous amount of fossil fuels