The public is invited to attend ‘Seize the Power: Climate & Energy Action Fair’ from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 13, at Hubbard Hall, Cazenovia College. Back by popular demand, this expanded event will bring together local residents, students, business owners, farmers and industry experts for a hands-on, how-to, afternoon of fun and learning about our community’s climate smart future.
Attendees at this free event will learn how to get started using money-saving energy technologies including renewables that can be installed in homes or businesses. Local vendors and agencies that focus on renewable energy and climate smart strategies will have representatives available to answer questions and provide information and resources.
Electric cars will be on display as the owners of Tesla, Chevy Bolt and Volt, Prius Prime and Honda Clarity vehicles will be on hand to show and answer questions about their cars.
At 1 p.m. a keynote presentation and discussion titled ‘How Do We Do it? Climate Change Solutions,’ will be led by Aaron Strong. Strong will focus on pathways to just, equitable, effective and sustainable solutions for climate-smart living; he teaches at Hamilton College and received his doctorate from Stanford University.
Throughout the day, the festival will include panel presentations, hands-on displays, renewable energy exhibits, solar and geothermal venders, climate change problems and solutions and cutting-edge technologies.
Representatives from a variety of disciplines will share information on renewable energy and climate-smart solutions.
All are invited and welcome to “Seize the Power” of renewable energy and climate smart information. Buffet lunch is available to attendees in the college dining hall for $8 per person.
For a full list of exhibitors and presentations, visit cazclimatecommittee.org.