NMSEA is working in cooperation with Santa Fe Community College to bring 2013 Solar Fiesta to Santa Fe Community College this April 27-28th! Featuring solar, renewable, and sustainable practices and products, featuring vendors, exhibitors and workshops. Please join us at SFCC for the event! Sign up to Volunteer online or see www.NMSolarFiesta.org for further information.
6:30-8:30pm - at the South Broadway Cultural Center, 1025 Broadway SE Albuquerque, 87102
CHILE, AGUA & PINON - Climate disruption affects them all.
How does climate disruption impact our food, water, forests, and communities in New Mexico? What does climate resiliency look like? What new or innovative climate solutions should we pursue in New Mexico? This free town hall event will be exploring these questions with a panel of local experts and community members. Add your voice and be part of this climate conversation!
Please contact the Sierra Club for more info: 243-7767
1-4pm at 711 Don Cubero Alley
Have your questions answered, find out how you can get yourself into a next generation energy efficient home in Santa Fe and learn how your neighbor in the Historic District made the transition. Using new technology, it's now possible to build a home with annual utility bills of almost zero. Programs such as LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) provide ways to build a certified energy-efficient, safe and healthy home for about the price of a conventional home. Innovations such as a heat recovery ventilator, super efficient appliances and lighting, and solar panels that have rapidly dropped in price make these hard-to-believe claims a reality. Come talk to professionals who've done this and find out how you can benefit along with the planet.
See you there!
The New Energy Economy Team