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Mission of the York Energy Efficiency Committee

Our mission is to respond to the global warming crisis by promoting energy efficiency, alternative energy, and environmental initiatives throughout the town of York, Maine.

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[Source: The US Department of Energy's Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE)]

CO2 Now

Current CO2 Level in the Atmosphere


Connect the dots for the environment

Concerned local citizens, Sean and Laura Creagan, are asking York residents to be part of a worldwide event on May 5.

Neighbors, friends & family in York – (please pass along the word to anyone interested in attending) join us in a one day worldwide event

York Connects the Dots- Extreme Weather and Green Actions

Saturday, May 5, 10:00 AM
Sohier Park / Nubble Lighthouse
York, ME 03909
We need you to join us as we connect the DOTS and learn about the impact of climate change and severe weather in York; how York is reducing our town’s carbon footprint and steps you can take to reduce yours . Be part of our DOT by being here for the Photo that we will submit to the international website.
Learn more about York’s silver LEEDS for all new municipal buildings, PACE program grants; citizen’s York Energy Efficiency Committee; town Energy Efficiency Steering Committee; Seacoast Energy Initiative; funding for preservation of Open Space; funding for energy efficiency upgrades; and MORE! Show your support for carbon reducing initiatives.

Even if you have only 10 minutes – please sign up and come by at 10 am on May 5.

To learn more and to sign-up to join us (even if you only have a few minutes of time) please go to:

To learn more about Climate Impacts Day click here:

Hope to see you all there –

Laura Creagan


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