Join us this Thursday, April 22nd for a full day of interesting panels and presentations of student work related to this year’s EcoFest theme of #RespectRestoreReflect.
EcoFest is an annual college-wide event & Earth Day celebration providing a public forum for students, staff, faculty and guest speakers to share their ideas about City Tech and sustainability organized by the CityTech Sustainability Council.
Most New Yorkers can’t install their own rooftop solar, so community-based renewable energy is an essential climate solution for our city. Who’s building these projects, and what policies would help? Where do social justice and energy innovation intersect? Join Summer Sandoval of UPROSE, Carlos Garcia of NYC-Environmental Justice Alliance, Gabriel Jamison of the Brownsville Residents Green Committee, and Max Joel of the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority for a discussion of community-based green energy initiatives that slash pollution and cut energy bills while delivering good green jobs.
This workshop will take place online via Zoom. Please RSVP to receive the Zoom link prior to the event.
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