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Is Rooftop Solar Right for You? - Climate Spotlight Series
Phil Couple, ReVision Energy
Chris Wasileski, Highland Green
Eliza Donoghue, Maine Audubon
Rooftop solar is a great way to reduce energy costs and do good for the planet. Learn all about how the technology works and whether it's a good fit for you.
Maine Forests as Natural Climate Solutions - Climate Spotlight Series
Dr. Adam Daigneault, University of Maine
Sally Stockwell, Maine Audubon
A consideration of “alternative” methods of tackling climate change, including carbon sequestration, restoration of natural areas, land management techniques, and more.
Transportation: Maine's Biggest Emissions Challenge - Climate Spotlight Series
Emily Green, Conservation Law Foundation
Barry Woods, ReVision Energy
A frank look at the massive role the transportation sector plays in our climate crisis. We'll consider the Transportation and Climate Initiative (TCI) as a possible policy solution, and how Maine people can access electric vehicles, charging stations, and other climate-friendly transportation solutions.
Starting at Home: Energy Efficient Buildings - Climate Spotlight Series
Kathleen Miel, Maine Conservation Voters
Dana Fischer, Mitsubishi
Vaughan Woodruff, Insource Renewables
Some of the simplest and most effective strategies to combat climate change involve improving home energy efficiency. In this panel we'll discuss weatherization, heat pump transition, energy audits, and more.
Pollinator Parade and Festival (Cancelled)
Location: Deering Oaks Park, Portland
This program will be rescheduled for later in the year.
Join Maine Audubon, Birth Roots, and Portland Rec for the 6th annual Pollinator Parade and Festival! We’re bringing this favorite event back to Deering Oaks Park in Portland and hope you’ll come ready to learn, march with us while dressed as your favorite pollinator, and leave ready to take action.
10-11:30am Family Festival
Crafts, games, face painting, costume making, a pollinator scavenger hunt, and more!
11:30am-12pm Sixth Annual Pollinator Parade
We will march through Deering Oaks and the Farmers’ Market to show our support for pollinator habitat. Costumes encouraged!
12-1pm BYO Picnic
Participants are invited to stay and enjoy a BYO picnic. We encourage those who wish to buy food to visit the Farmers’ Market. Bring a picnic blanket and please be prepared to pack out any garbage.
Media Sponsor: Down East Magazine
This event made possible by L.L.Bean.