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Rockland Goes Green – Community Based Climate Solutions

When:
March 10, 2019: 10:00AM to 1:00PM
Where:
Dominican College, the Lawrence Room, 470 Western Highway, Orangeburg, NY map

Join Rockland Goes Green as they explore already existing climate solutions that can help us
achieve goals related to emissions reduction and adaptation.

Topics of discussion will include: the Exponential Climate Action Roadmap, municipal resiliency zones, retrofitting existing buildings for low carbon heating/cooling, regulatory roadblocks to large local solar projects and how to solve them, and rooftop farms.

Speakers will include: 

Mellissa Everett, Ph.D. – Executive Director,  Sustainable Hudson Valley
Gordon Donovan – Director of Renewable Heating and Cooling, NYSERDA
Kim Franczek – SANE Energy Alliance and New York Energy Democracy Alliance
Annie Novak – Rooftop Farmer in Greenpoint, Brooklyn

This program is free. Register by emailing rocklandgoesgreen@aol.com.

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