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Fight for Ohio’s State Forests – No Logging!

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Shawnee State Forest trail next to logging site. Which is the trail? Where are the logging roads? Why can’t we tell?

Ohio DNR wants to clear-cut and burn it’s way through Ohio’s natural forests. Take action

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Years of Living Dangerously

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Years of Living Dangerously

New Showtime documentary showing the human impacts of climate change. Learn more and what you can do as an individual to #actonclimate

See the first episode here

 

 

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Stop Asian Carp Before It’s Too Late!

Asian Carp Great LakesThe Great Lakes are a national treasure, and economically support a $7 billion fishing industry, $16 billion boating industry, and 1.5 million jobs. The introduction of Asian carp and other species puts the well-being of our communities, wildlife, and waters at risk.

 

Tell the US Army Corps to prevent Asian Carp from destroying our Great Lakes!

Energy and Renewables

As the fourth largest contributor of greenhouse gases in the U.S., Ohio is one of the largest energy users in the country. Clean, homegrown technologies, such as energy efficiency and renewable energy, can transform Ohio’s economic and energy future. For every dollar invested in energy efficiency, at least three dollars are saved on energy costs, while also creating Ohio jobs in manufacturing, construction, research, and design. Ohio’s universities, utilities, training centers, and businesses are also helping propel the state forward through investments in wind, solar, and other renewable technologies.

Check out our resources page to get more information on what you can do to help!

 

Energy and Renewables - Latest News

This weekend, thousands of Sierrans, students, and activists will be converging on Washington to call for bold action on climate. We know that not everyone is able to make the trip, but there’s great news -there are plenty of ways to help make history on Sunday’s Forward on Climate rally from home. Here’s how:

1. You can watch this live video stream:

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It’s simple math: we can burn 565 more gigatons of carbon dioxide and stay below 2°C of warming — anything more than that risks catastrophe for life on earth. The only problem? Fossil fuel corporations now have 2,795 gigatons in their reserves, five times the safe amount. And they’re planning to burn it all — unless we rise up to stop them. Read More

When I walked onto the RainFresh Harvests property, I was greeted by lush beds of basil and tomatoes, a friendly staff member tending the plants, and solar PV (photovoltaic) panels atop the roof of Barry Adler’s greenhouse support building. Upon closer inspection, I saw his wind turbine next to the structure and a solar thermal unit on top as well. I joined the group touring the site for Green Energy Ohio’s Fall Tour, and we set out on our journey to learn more about this off-the-grid agricultural supplier’s business. Read More

Building a Green Consumer

September 17th, 2012

Our very own Tom Collins brought this article to our attention for shared use. While most of us believe that saving energy is worthwhile, it’s often difficult to communicate exactly why, and what kind of returns on investments energy savers will receive. The article describes six principles that tap into our human nature to reveal out innate energy saving potential, and provide an excellent example of a successful program. 

Email Natalie Fox or call (614) 461-0734 x 301 for more info on how you can become a green consumer!

Larry Gibson, famous for his tireless work to end mountaintop removal coal mining in his home state of West Virginia, died this past weekend of a heart attack while working on his cabin in Kayford Mountain. Sierra Club’s Mary Anne Hitt, amongst many others (including myself) worked closely and personally with him to bring an end to coal and enable clean energy for our country. You can read Mary Anne’s story here. Larry Gibson pioneered the Keeper of the Mountains Foundation which educates people about the destructive practice of mountaintop removal coal mining.

Thank you Larry, for your work and noble spirit. We will forever honor you as we move our nation beyond coal to clean energy.