HVTM: Earth Week Edition!
4 N Front St, Kingston, NY 12401
In honor of earth week, we will have some special speakers who are working hard on green initiatives in the Hudson Valley. This event is free to attend.
Register at https://www.meetup.com/hvtech/events/260083474/
Our first talk will be lead by Betta Broad from New Yorkers for Clean Power(https://nyforcleanpower.org/).
This organization is a statewide collaborative campaign that works through education, advocacy and organizing to move us towards a clean energy economy.
Based right here in Kingston, Betta will join us to talk about the many green initiatives New Yorkers for Clean Power have been implementing and how they impact our community.
Our second talk will feature a couple of speakers in support of Transition Kingston.
The Transition Towns movement (https://transitionnetwork.org) is an international movement to transition communities away from dependance on fossil fuels and consumption models that rely on input from outside forces and towards the creation of resilient, self-sufficient models that facilitate community collaboration, caring, and co-creation.
There are a number of initiatives happening around our city that are working within the unique ecosystem of our community to promote this model of sustainability. We will be joined by Micah who will talk about The Greenhouse(https://goodworkinstitute.org/greenhouse/), and John Wackman for Repair Cafe(http://www.repaircafehv.org/kingston).
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