Concentration of CO2 in the Atmosphere

Climate Change Awareness and Action Event

Saturday, April 23rd, 2016, 11am to 3pm (Onondaga County, NY)

See renewable energy sources of the future in action today! Learn how they work in our environment. Find out why owners installed them; the costs and benefits and ask your questions!

Climate Change Awareness and Action (CCAA) has arranged a self-guided tour of approximately 20 sites in Onondaga County, open for visiting, to learn more about clean energy options for our future. You can visit Farms, Homes, Businesses, Schools, Municipalities, and Alternative Transportation Fueling Stations. Each site will demonstrate clean energy options, such as Wind, Solar, Geothermal, and Energy Efficiency.

Learn how these clean energy sources are transforming energy production across Onondaga County and helping safeguard the environment for future generations. Site owners and CCAA members will be present to explain how the systems work and answer questions. Information will be provided on how homes and businesses can install these systems.

An exciting new program on accessing solar through “power purchase agreements” has been made available this year in NY state and climate change needs to be addressed now. Recent reports show that February was the hottest on record. The New York Times reports coastal flooding rising at the greatest pace in 28 centuries, and more than tenfold in places like Annapolis, MD within 50 years.

Individual actions on energy choices, transportation decisions, and consumption make a difference in reducing greenhouse gases, which is the primary cause of climate change.

For directions and descriptions of each site, more informaiton, or to become a CCAA volunteer, visit us at: or join and like our event on facebook at:

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