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Due to the health restrictions at the market this season, the EcoFair is not happening this year. If your non-profit or student group would like to do a webinar hosted by Color Brighton Green, let us know.

Winter Film Series 2019: Happening: ?A Clean Energy Revolution

Co-sponsored with Citizens’ Climate Lobby of Rochester Filmmaker Jamie Redford embarks on a personal journey across the US to meet pioneers of clean energy technology, often finding them in some very unlikely places.

When: Wednesday, January 9, 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM Where: Brighton Memorial Library (2300 Elmwood Avenue) For More Info: Facebook Event […]

Sustainable Dairies

Dairy cows and their manure produce greenhouse gas emissions which contribute to climate change. Poor handling of manure and fertilizers can degrade local water resources. And unsustainable dairy farming and feed production can lead to the loss of ecologically important areas, such as prairies, wetlands, and forests. The World Wildlife Federation (WWF) envisions a global […]

Project Drawdown Solution #3: Reduced Food Waste

There are numerous and varied ways to address key waste points. In lower-income countries, improving infrastructure for storage, processing, and transportation is essential. In higher-income regions, major interventions are needed at the retail and consumer levels. National food-waste targets and policies can encourage widespread change. Beyond addressing emissions, these efforts can also help to meet […]

ColorBrightonGreen Supports Carbon Fee and Dividend

ColorBrightonGreen.org Board of Directors supports federal legislation for a Carbon Fee and Dividend Bill and that is being supported by the Citizens Climate Lobby (CCL). ColorBrightonGreen.org endorses the approach that the Citizens Climate Lobby is taking in building a bipartisan Climate Caucus in Congress to move this bill forward. Both of our organizations believe that […]

ColorBrightonGreen.org supports Community Choice Aggregation!

Updated March 28, 2018: Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) is a bulk energy purchasing program intended to lower costs and transition to greater use of renewable energy for residents and small businesses in cities, towns, and villages that decide to participate. As a member of the Rochester People‚Äôs Climate Coalition (RPCC), ColorBrightonGreen.org has committed to support […]