Category: Energy

  • Host a film festival on Energy Options

    One excellent approach to sharing both the concern for our future and the tremendous potential for renewable energy is to host a film and discussion series. Below we have listed a number of options to consider. SHORT VIDEOS ON THE PROBLEM AND THE SOLUTION Palo Alto: http://www.go100percent.org/cms/index.php?id=25#c943…

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  • 100% Renewable Energy Resources

    An excellent bibliography on 100% Renewable topics can be found here: http://www.go100percent.org/cms/index.php?id=57   Check back soon! We’ll be adding to this list. If you have resources you’d like to suggest, email them to hayley[at]quakerearthcare.org.

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  • We’ve switched to 100% renewable energy!

    Friends Meetings and other Friends Institutions are moving toward climate-safe energy! Let us know when you switch so we can add you to the list. And let your community know by posting this poster in your meeting and this lawn sign outside your Meeting.

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  • Learn how 100% renewable looks in practice

    The Solutions Project – We all need to familiarize ourselves with the work of Professor Mark Jacobson of Stanford University. He and his team have done the research to demonstrate that we currently have the technology to transition to 100% renewable. We strongly recommend that you watch this presentation: …

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  • Energy Choices Front Cover

    Going Green is Easy and Cheaper Now

    A Peek into Quaker Institute for the Future’s new book Energy Choices: Opportunities to Make Wise Decisions for a Sustainable Future by Bob Bruninga Review by Judy Lumb. WE ARE NEVER MORE than a few years away from making a major personal energy decision: • when we pay our electricity bill •…

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  • Jenny Chapman stands in protest alongside five other people

    Stewardship is a Likely Place to Start: Mountain Valley Pipeline Resistance

    By Jenny Chapman Jenny Chapman, a birthright Quaker whose ancestors made the pilgrimage to America with William Penn, lives on a farm on Bent Mountain in rural southwest Virginia and is a member of Roanoke Friends Meeting. She and her husband raised their two sons on the Mountain and now…

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