% Green Living Guru%Electric Care ExpertThe fourth annual Green Energy Fair will be held on Saturday, November 16 from 10-4 pm at the Sage College Armory, 130 New Scotland Ave. Albany, NY.

This Sustainable Living Fair is sponsored by Community Advocates for a Sustainable Environment, a local grassroots group.

The Sustainable Living Fair first of all is free and open to the public. That’s also with ample space and easy parking. The Capital District Electric Vehicle Club will also have a variety of cars on display outside. Furthermore, Albany Mayor Kathy Sheehan will make opening remarks. This is most noteworthy the largest indoor/outdoor environmental Fair in the Capital Region.

So please enjoy one-stop shopping with information. As well as services and products related to living in harmony with our earth

In conclusion, also visit with nearly seventy-five for-profit and not-for-profit exhibitors.

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Interact with speakers and exhibitors sharing their knowledge on a variety of environmental topics such as: community solar and electricity clubs, geothermal energy, heat pumps, energy conservation, efficiency, energy audits, etc. 

Most interestingly, learn about sustainability topics such as: composting, veganism, recycling, car and bike renting, green investing and much, much more.

Enjoy good food (including vegan options) and drink. 

The Fair is a “zero waste” event with compostable utensils and a useful Fair Program Booklet made from recycled paper at a union shop. 

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Image Source: National Geographic

Speakers:

What YOU Can Do to Help the Environment: Panel Presentation from local renewable energy businesses and climate activists

The Drawdown Project and What We Can Learn From It: Melissa Everett, Sustainable Hudson Valley and Dorna Schroeter, Biomimicry Institute  

What The NY Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act Really Means: A member of NY Renews, the coalition that wrote and lobbied for the bill

Animal Agriculture and its Impact on the Environment: Rachel McCrystal, the Woodstock Farm Sanctuary

Finally, also Join us for this event and let your family, friends and neighbors know about it.

Contact Becky Meier: 518-781-4686 or beckyjmeier@gmail.com with questions.