Wednesday, May 26 at from 12:00-1:00 pm. Please join us for a discussion with Eric Fine, Project Director at the Yale Program on Climate Change Communication. For many activists, one of the greatest challenges is deciding how to discuss climate issues with…
Green Energy Ohio is pleased to promote opportunities for solar training with our long-time partner, Blue Rock Station. A variety of online and in-person courses are offered through Blue Rock Station, with different price points, requirements, and training goals.
The best way to honor Earth Day is to make changes, take action, and increase awareness! “50 Ways to Honor Earth Day” includes fun experiences and activities, improvements for your office, home, and garden, and opportunities to learn and speak out on important issues. Originally developed as a celebration of the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day in 2020, our list has been refreshed and updated for 2021. Set a goal to accomplish as many of them as possible this year!
Earth Day is a time of honoring our common home and focusing on the importance of its health. As a result of the pandemic, we can see even more clearly how interconnected humanity is to the environment. Starting on Earth Day, Thursday, April 22, and continuing through the weekend until Sunday, April 25, run, walk, or bike 3.1 miles to complete your 5K. Our lives affect the health of the Earth, and the health of the Earth affects our lives. This year, as we look forward to brighter days ahead, GEO has decided to promote our own healthy habits and the health of the natural world around us.
More than a dozen members of the Ohio business community and regional developers came together last week for a virtual panel discussion to share their perspectives on the need to repeal House Bill 6, the coal and nuclear bailout legislation at the center of a $61million bribery scandal currently under federal investigation.
As a result of today’s indictments alleging widespread acts of corruption, Green Energy Ohio (GEO) calls for the repeal of House Bill 6. GEO joins other environmental organizations, clean energy business leaders, and Ohio activists in calling for immediate action.
Produced by Bekah Alviani and Claudia Hoerr for Bowling Green State University's, ARTC 4410 Collaborative Digital Arts Development, to serve as a public service announcement promoting renewable energy in Ohio.
We were extremely disappointed to find out that what we initially envisioned as a victory for clean energy instead contained a poison pill that could undermine the entire effort. It calls into question not only the future of the project but also the legitimacy of the approval process.
We need to join together to protect and preserve both. We need to listen to communities whose voices have long gone unheard, learn from their experiences, and include racial and social justice in environmental conversations. Green Energy Ohio is proud to partner in those endeavors and committed to fight for all our precious resources every day.
Green Energy Ohio is celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day and we want to hear from YOU! 5 Lucky winners will receive a $10 Starbucks gift card & other GEO goodies!