All Our Energy was a part of the recently extended hit family musical Endangered! at their CLIMATE TALKBACK SERIES, following the Sunday performances (3pm curtain, talk back began at 4:30pm) at the Davenport Theatre (354 West 45 Street)
THE ENDANGERED CLIMATE TALKBACK SERIES welcomed devoted environmental experts and activists to speak on the many aspects of climate change and related issues and concerns, including endangered species preservation, education and outreach, and sustainable solutions. This series speaks to the most current issues and thinking on climate change and its causes, habitat loss and species preservation, and the best strategies to educate the younger generation – including arts and entertainment vehicles such as Endangered! The Musical.
“With residents of Texas and Louisiana barely drying off from Hurricane Harvey, and Hurricane Irma buffeting the Caribbean and bearing down on the US, with historic wildfires in the western US and superstorms around the globe, there is no time to lose in discussing and illuminating the topic of global warming and climate disruption. The central message of Endangered! is about the importance for people of all ages of being aware of the changes taking place all around the world, the impact of those changes on both animals and humans, and the importance of caring for and celebrating all life on the planet,” said Endangered! book writer, Keni Fine.
The Long Beach Herald printed my letter… and since then another Category 5 hurricane devastated St Croix, USVI and Puerto Rico.
Climate change certainly is demanding our response. The answer is in you and me, in making it a priority, and acting together.
LI Community Solar Meeting – Sept. 18
September 6, 2017
The meeting of the Long Island Community Solar Working Group was held on Monday September 18th 2 pm at the Sustainability Institute at Molloy College.
Green Long Island, Inc.
LI Community Solar is a project of Green Long Island, Inc., a LI based not-for-profit community development organization focused that provides innovative region wide energy and environmental programs. At this time over 5000 Long Island families have received Green Long Island services.
We can be reached at Green Long Island, Inc., Sustainability Institute at Molloy College, 7180 Republic Airport, Farmingdale NY 11735, 631-721-1908, firstname.lastname@example.org
Many thanks to our volunteers who helped get word out about the threats to the Long Beach area’s water supply-Marc(not pictured), Shelly, Joanne, Joan, and Stacy. Great work by The City of Long Beach and all the partner organizations who made it such a success- Fabien Cousteau and the FC Ocean Learning Center, Surfrider Central LI, Operation SPLASH, Ocean Conservancy, Littoral Society, and Skudin Surf and of course the work of middle school teacher and Stewards of the Sea’s Laura Swan and LB high school teacher extraordinaire Cody Onufrock.
We had a great time at the Drive Electric Week event this weekend with Sunpower by Empower Solar, checking out some electric vehicles. Good to meet some interesting new people who’ve made the change to a fossil fuel-free car and who shared their stories and passion for their EV’s!