The Purpose of the York Energy and Climate Day is to bring citizens, business people, non-profit representatives and local government officials together to expand our understanding and appreciation of the energy and climate challenges and opportunities we face as a community and to generate opportunities for individual and collective responses. We hope to attract families and a broad cross-section of people from York and the surrounding communities.
The event is scheduled from 8:30 to 12:30 on May 2nd at the York Middle School. There will be vendors promoting energy and climate related products and services; seminars and workshops on related topics; presentations from student projects; and a keynote speaker (John Kerry the Director of the Governor’s Office of Energy Independence and Security). There will also be plenty of opportunities to meet and network with local people who share common interests and passion for expanding our efforts to become more energy independent and to reduce our impact on our planet’s climate. We are grateful for sponsorship from several local and regional businesses for sponsoring this day.
We are excited about this opportunity for the members of our community to come together to learn about what is underway as well as to create new opportunities for further progress.
If you would like any further information or have questions please contact Paul McGowan at PSMcGow@aol.com or 207-450-6055.