The fourth annual Green Energy Fair will be held on Saturday, November 16 from 10-4 pm at the Sage College Armory, 130 New Scotland Ave. Albany, NY. It is sponsored by Community Advocates for a Sustainable Environment, a local grassroots group.
The Fair is free and open to the public with ample space and easy parking. The Capital District Electric Vehicle Club will have a variety of cars on display outside. Albany Mayor Kathy Sheehan will make opening remarks. This is the largest indoor/outdoor environmental Fair in the Capital Region.
Enjoy one-stop shopping with information, services and products related to living in harmony with our earth. Visit with nearly seventy- five for-profit and not-for-profit exhibitors.
Interact with speakers and exhibitors sharing their knowledge on a variety of environmental topics such as: community solar and electricity clubs, geothermal energy, heat pumps, energy conservation, efficiency, energy audits, etc.
Learn about sustainability topics such as: composting, veganism, recycling, car and bike renting, green investing and much, much more.
Enjoy good food (including vegan options) and drink.
The Fair is a “zero waste” event with compostable utensils and a useful Fair Program Booklet made from recycled paper at a union shop.
What YOU Can Do to Help the Environment: Panel Presentation from local renewable energy businesses and climate activists
The Drawdown Project and What We Can Learn From It: Melissa Everett, Sustainable Hudson Valley and Dorna Schroeter, Biomimicry Institute
What The NY Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act Really Means: A member of NY Renews, the coalition that wrote and lobbied for the bill
Animal Agriculture and its Impact on the Environment: Rachel McCrystal, the Woodstock Farm Sanctuary
Join us for this event and let your family, friends and neighbors know about it.