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LI Global Warming Summit Sat, 9/29/07

 

There will be tabling and events all day from 10 am to 4pm.

Workshops are scheduled for 11:00 AM – 12:00 Noon and 2:30 PM – 3:30 PM and are held in Gleeson Hall, SUNY Farmingdale

Below is a list of the workshops that will be offered on Saturday. Visit the website for more details – http://www.liglobalwarming.org/

11:00 AM Workshops

Using Electoral Politics to Fight Global Warming
– Ian & Kimberly Wilder, Green Party of Suffolk County (Rm. 337)
Information and tips about how to run for office as a tool to inform the public and effect legislation regarding global warming. Includes how to get media coverage for ideas or candidates.

Understanding How Global Warming Impacts Long Island’s Environment
– Adrienne Esposito, Citizens Campaign for the Environment (Rm. 223)
This workshop will discuss global warming’s impact on Long Island ’s ecology, including its wetlands, estuaries, and terrestrial habitats.

Global Warming and it’s Local Solutions
– Beth Fiteni, Neighborhood Network (Rm. TBA)
This presentation covers the basics of global warming, its causes and predicted results. It runs though a variety of solutions on individual, societal, and local level.

Embracing the Emotional, Political, and Spiritual Dimensions of Global Warming
– Scott Carlin, Long Island Climate Solutions Network & Jessica Helm, Sierra Club (Rm. TBA)
How does one respond to global warming and what concrete strategies should we focus on to make change? Is climate change a spiritual crisis? If so, how do we respond?

What’s Your Carbon Footprint?
– Robert D. Teetz, Keyspan (Rm. 222)
What is a typical Long Islander’s carbon footprint and how does it compare to other parts of the country? Learn about what a carbon footprint is and how it helps us learn about our energy use.


Energy Down the Drain. How to Harvest the Energy in Your Home’s Drain Water.
– Dr. Carmine F. Vasile, Water Film Energy, Inc. (Rm. 225)
This workshop describes drain water heat recovery (DHR) technology developed on a U.S. DOE grant that spawned a new industry in Canada to help meet the Kyoto Protocol Treaty to stop global warming.

What Your Family Can Do To Reduce Global Warming
-– Sari Riefberg, Center for Science Teaching and Learning (CSTL) (Rm. 227)
Learn simple ways to conserve energy in the home, at work, and while you sleep. Learn practical suggestions on saving electricity like putting electronics to sleep, lowering aqua stats, and thermostats. Learn the many easy ways and simple steps you can take to preserve our natural world and resources. Getting started is easy and costs little.

Clean Air N.Y. : Understanding Air Quality and How We All Can Make a Difference
– Frank T. Mongioi, ICF International on behalf of Clean Air NY (Rm. 229)
This workshop will consist of a presentation on Clean Air NY & simple steps that families can take to help clean our air. The workshop also includes a free contest, children’s activities, coloring and puzzle books, Clean-Air N.Y. t-shirts.

Portfolio Management for Environmental Investors
– Frank Morris, Ecologic Advisors (Rm. 327)
Understand the background of socially responsible investing. Learn what environmental investing is and what investment opportunities are available in sustainable investing.

Bring Energy Savings Home
– Diana Duffy & Katie O’Rourke, KeySpan/National Grid (Rm. 329)
This interactive workshop connects home energy savings strategies with rebates that can lower your utility bills while improving the environment. Leave this workshop with awesome tools and tips to help you start saving money and the environment today.

Ori-Hanger: The Creative Reuse of Hangers
Eric Wong, Zen Bend (Rm. 331)
Bring your old wire hangers to this hands-on, fun, and crafty workshop. This workshop introduces the NEW art of Ori-hanger. Learn how to reuse old hangers to create modular art and practical household accessories. Learn the How, When, Why, and Where of Ori-hanger. Bring your old hangers for ReUse/Recycling! ReUse materials available on location.

How to Reduce Your Residential Energy Use with Available Technologies.
– Laszlo Kiss & Richard Pandolfi, ASAP House & PCI Corp. (Rm. 333)
Set up your residential home to be energy efficient. This workshop demonstrates the numerous way energy and your money can be saved with simple technologies and conservation ideas.

Pellet Heating – Going Green!
-– Glenn Adams, Alternative Heat & Energy Corp. (Rm. TBA)

Origin and description of what pellet heating is and its uses. Discussion of alternative heating techniques, and countries of use outside of the United States .

2:30 PM Workshops – Gleeson Hall

Cost and Benefits of a Renewable Energy System in Your Home or Business
– Bill Feldman, Empire Clean Energy Supply (Rm. 222)
This presentation will show the average costs of solar electric and solar energy systems. We will also explore the economic, environmental, and social benefits of these systems.

Solar Energy Solutions For Your Home
-Christian Adams and Steven Engelmann,The Solar Center (Rm. 223)
Learn about the benefits of solar electric and solar hot water systems for your home.

Offshore Wind Farms…The Future of Clean, Renewable Energy
-Dennis J. Quartana, Winergy Power (Rm. 225)
A brief overview of wind energy and its viability as an alternative, renewable energy source both locally, nationally and internationally. Discussed will be history, current state of development of both on
land and offshore wind farms, with the emphasis on offshore. A proprietary process designed to alleviate the viewshed issue by placing offshore windfarms 12 to 20 miles out to sea along the US East Coast will be presented.

What Your Family Can Do To Reduce Global Warming
– Sari Riefberg, Center for Science Teaching and Learning (CSTL) (Rm. 227)
Learn simple ways to conserve energy in the home, at work, and while you sleep. Learn practical suggestions on saving electricity like putting electronics to sleep, lowering aqua stats, and thermostats. Learn the many easy ways and simple steps you can take to preserve our natural world and resources. Getting started is easy and costs little.

Global Warming Toxins – Public Health Issues Today
Patricia Wood, Grassroots Environmental Education (Rm. 229)
Many of the environmental exposures that contribute to global warming are having an impact on our health today. We will discuss toxins such as those found in vehicle emissions, pesticides and power plants that are dispersed widely in the environment and are linked to chronic illness, such as cancer, asthma and developmental disorders.

Portfolio Management for Environmental Investors
– Frank Morris, Ecologic Advisors (Rm. 327)
Understand the background of socially responsible investing. Learn what environmental investing is and what investment opportunities are available in sustainable investing.

Bring Energy Savings Home
– Diana Duffy & Katie O’Rourke, KeySpan/National Grid (Rm. 329)
This interactive workshop connects home energy savings strategies with rebates that can lower your utility bills while improving the environment. Leave this workshop with awesome tools and tips to help you start saving money and the environment today.

Ori-Hanger: The Creative Reuse of Hangers
– Eric Wong, Zen Bend (Rm. 331)
Bring your old wire hangers to this hands-on, fun, and crafty workshop. This workshop introduces the NEW art of Ori-hanger. Learn how to reuse old hangers to create modular art and practical household accessories. Learn the How, When, Why, and Where of Ori-hanger. Bring your old hangers for ReUse/Recycling! ReUse materials available on location.

Using Electoral Politics to Fight Global Warming
– Ian & Kimberly Wilder, Green Party of Suffolk County (Rm. 337)
Information and tips about how to run for office as a tool to inform the public and effect legislation regarding global warming. Includes how to get media coverage for ideas or candidates.

Energy Conservation and Avoiding Greenhouse Emissions
– Sedar Elgun, Marjaneh Issapour, & Yelleshpur Dathatri, Farmingdale State College Solar Energy Center (Rm. 333)
This workshop will introduce the ways people can reduce the energy waste at home and how much we can cut down carbon dioxide emissions.

Solar Energy, Efficient Homes, & Electric Cars
– David Schieren and Ori Shmul, EmPower CES, LLC. (Rm. TBA)
You will learn about solar electric and solar thermal energy for you home and building, and how to build through efficient design and energy usage.

Sustainable Biodiesel and Emissions Control
– Brent Baker, Tri-State Biodiesel (Rm. TBA)
A discussion of the benefits of using biodiesel fuel and the use of sustainable feedstock, such as waste cooking oil.

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