Link to Christine Ramsey's Care of Earth and Energy Efficiency Notes March 2016
Class Notes March 6
Climate Change Class Notes Feb 21…
Lesha Farias, convener of the NTTP and also involved with St Vincent's Haven and other groups involved with poverty and homelessness in Newark. She will lead the next class,min March 6. J Family Services, talk about food stamps etc…why food stamp differences, justice from multiple perspectives.
(Allen Schwartz, acting President of the Board of Project Main Street and organizer of the Save the Sparta! Campaign)
Jean Farmer: substance abuse councilor at LAP… overlap climate change and justice issues. Climate issues need to work for everyone, not just homeowners.
Care and Share Timebank …https://hourworld.org/bank/?hw=1057
Copy of Services in Timebank
Judith Allee mentions: pooling our resources, Gaps in transportation, all hours of types of service valued the same, creates community preferably Granville and Newark involved. (There is a group like this of 360 members in Columbus, at UUchurch (on Weisheimer) orientation with software) Website www.hourworld.org
Questions: Can you use cash if you can’t do services? Doesn’t have to be 1:1 with you …
Could it be done with a social service? Who would organize it? One in Clintonville in trouble organization issues?
Adam Green is from Newark and involved in / interested in a number of environmental and social justice activities locally. He was at the Save the Sparta! event, a screening of Doug Swift's documentary about the first year of the Newark Think Tank on Poverty (NTTP), Up River, and also OEFFA. Adam does a variety of "handyman" jobs and is involved with Licking County Recycling in some capacity.used to be part of a bartering system…
Ken and Carol Apacki
Carol Apacki, co-convener with Allen Schwartz and the late Teresa Peters of Going Green, of the Licking County Concerned Citizens for Public Health & Environment (also co-chair of fundraising for the YES for Solar! project)
Ken Apacki, a member of the Licking County Solar Co-op and manager of the Concerned Citizens website lcconcernedcitizens.org. describes the site: LCconcernedcitizens.org firstname.lastname@example.org
Started with fracking concerns. School board decided not to do seismic testing. That is our potential to mobilize citizens…another example Richard Downs…Solar panels for YES club.
First solar installation for Newark downtown. Jeremy is in charge of sustainability at Denison.
Licking County has one of the largest injection wells in the state on Irvingwick?
PA sends their waste to us. Who is cleaning up after bankruptcy of fracking companies? Freeze on green energy tax reduction? in Ohio? They are just not promoting green energy companies, but we can still do it. Our church divesting from fossil fuels is exemplary.
Aggregator: Midwest Energy News, and from other small citizen groups.
Next week: Sandwiches (bridges)
March 6: Building Bridges not walls, with Lesha
Yes Magazine… http://www.yesmagazine.org/