The next DEC Pizza Lunch will be held on October 18th – We hope to see you there! Our lives are intimately integrated with energy systems, many of which are invisible to us. In an effort to make these invisible systems visible, the Sustainability Office and Irving Institute have launched an Energy Immersions Program that […]
Community Advocates for Sustainable Energy will hold its third annual Renewable Energy and Sustainable Living Fair at Doane Stuart School (199 Washington Ave, Rensselaer, NY) on Saturday, October 20th from 10 am – 4 pm. It is the largest event of its kind in the Capital District and beyond. This event is free and […]
By Declan McCabe
Jim Fuller, a former park ranger at Vermont’s Grand Isle State Park, described this interaction with a tourist from New Jersey, when he confiscated their out-of-state firewood.
Ranger Jim: “We are trying to keep the forests clear of invasive insects.”
Tourist, as beetle fell from firewood: “you mean like that one there?”
Carbon Sequestration: A Community-Based Project to Reduce Carbon Dioxide and Global Warming
View of forest in the Green Mountains. Photo: Lynn Peterson.
By Lynn Peterson
Vermont’s hillsides are bursting forth in brilliant green! And the green color comes from chlorophyll, an enormous tool for removing carbon dioxide from the air, combining it with water […]
Metric Ton Depiction: Flickr, animation by A-Productions.
By Roy Morrison
There is a practical path for tackling climate change, for organizing from your house to your neighborhood, city, state and beyond. It’s clear. It’s simple. It’s three tons of carbon dioxide emissions per person per year as a goal and a measure […]
By Susan Inglis
When people first hear of our organization, they often ask, “What is sustainable furniture, anyway?” I usually explain that there are many different possible answers to the question, and I am happy to take as much time as they have in elaborating! But time is precious. In a nutshell, […]
Today’s top business trends will have big impacts
By George Harvey
The state of sustainable business appears to be up in the air right now. This is largely because of unclear policy on the part of the governments of the United States and some of the individual states. With opposition to renewable energy, […]
The Souhegan Sustainability Fair is happening again on Saturday, April 14th from 10AM-4PM at the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative High School at 57 School Road, Wilton, NH. The evening continues with a tour of Frye Field at 5:00 and a reception at High Mowing School located at 222 Isaac Frye Hwy in Wilton, NH.
Save energy, save money, save the planet. Free event, open to public.
When: Saturday, October 28 from 10 – 4 pm
Where: The Doane Stuart School, 199 Washington Ave. Rensselaer, NY
What: Over fifty vendors and organizations plus two separate workshop rooms with twenty-two topics.
Keynote speaker at noon: Judith […]