Sustainable Warwick members can be proud of a history of seeing a project through to completion and success. Following our Guiding Objectives, we endeavor to continue to impact the community of Warwick and surrounding areas for many years to come.
Here are just a few examples:
Sustainable Sundays film and discussion series the third Sunday of the month at 1:30 at Wisner Library
Sign up for a NYSERDA home energy assessment to save energy, save money, and make your home more comfortable. And once you’ve made the improvements, Energize Warwick gives $200 to the non-profit of your choice!
Take a look at how a community came together in an effort that ensures a ban on hydraulic fracturing in Warwick. Truly a victory for all its citizens, now and in the future.
See the story about how small changes, such as reducing plastic bag use, can really make a big difference!
Our story on “The 10% Challenge” gives a view into the notable measures and reductions that were made within our community’s public spaces, such as town halls and libraries. Read over the detailed explanation in four major areas in which you, too, can make a ten-percent reduction in energy use in your home or business.
The Warwick Trees Initiative is a great story about turning the ruins of a natural disaster into a positive, productive and conscientious effort.
As the Crow Flies: What Warwick Needs to Know about Indian Point Thursday, May 15 Warwick Town Hall 7:30-9 p.m.
The 40 year old Indian Point Nuclear Plant is up for re-licensing. Why is this an important issue for Warwick? Come to this important forum and find out. Each speaker will make a half hour presentation, and there will be a half hour Q&A afterward. Charlie Kocsis, Indian Point and adjunct instructor SUNY Orange (for re-licensing) Phillip Musegaas, attorney with Riverkeeper (against re-licensing)
Gasland II, documentary on fracking Sunday, May 18 Wisner Public Library 1:30 pm
Josh Fox follows his Academy Award nominated Gasland with this sequel, returning to interview some of the people in the first film and traveling the world to see the wider impacts of fracking. The film also explores studies that have been done and the response of government agencies.