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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


The business case for green building

A summary of the principles, advantages, and drivers for environmentally friendly building construction. (Source:

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 . . . → Read More: Connect the dots for the environment

Green colleges lead the way

The Princeton Review in partnership with the US Green Building Council publishes a Guide to 311 Green Colleges. The report highlights what it considers the “most eco-friendly campuses,” detailing “vital stats on sustainability, including Green majors, Green job placement, getting around Green on campus, and more.”

The Princeton Review notes that “among 8,200 college applicants . . . → Read More: Green colleges lead the way

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