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"Creating a Sustainable Energy Future: A Decade of Inspiration" with Jeff Barrie

Join us for our last and final Energy Series presentation with Jeff Barrie from Kilowatt Ours as our speaker. This summer marks the 10-year anniversary of the debut of Jeff Barrie's Kilowatt Ours documentary and in his presentation, Barrie will share the top 10 most important and inspiring changes in the world that have taken place in the last 10 years -- locally and nationally. Barrie will also be sharing tips and insights on how everyone can be a part of the continuing transition to a more sustainable world. Don't miss out!
Free for ALL AGES to attend.

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  • Arnold Joseph W.

    A quote from The Cowardly Lion in “The Wizard of Oz”, “Unusual weather we're having, ain't it?”
    I found this on Facebook. “The survival of the human race depends on the fate of Keystone XL and fracking” by David Atkins from “The Daily KOS” that’s Here is the third paragraph from his article. “If all of the oil in the Canadian tar sands is extracted and burnt, it's game over for the planet. That's what the fight over Keystone XL is really about. If all of the oil in the California shale is extracted and burnt, it's game over for the planet. That's what the fight over fracking is really about. Industrial spills, toxic leeching, and groundwater pollution--none of it will matter. If tens of millions of Americans die early of cancer because of the toxins involved, that would still be a molehill compared to the mountain that is climate change.”

    February 17, 2014

  • Jennifer T.

    ATTENTION: Time for this event is 5-6pm. Prior listing in error. Thank you for planning to attend!

    February 6, 2014

  • Jennifer Tlumak changed the time from 6:00 PM to 5:00 PM

    February 6, 2014

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