Seattle Solar U is a free solar educational workshop hosted by Sunergy Systems in Ballard.
Solar stands with other renewables as a more viable and longterm alternative to the use of fossil fuels. There are many ways to combat climate change and solar is one of them! But many questions persist:
* How well does solar work in the Northwest?
* Are solar panels affordable for my family?
* What solar financing options are available?
* What solar incentives and rebates may I be eligible for?
Making the case for restoration in the North Cascades with award-winning filmmaker Chris Morgan
Film producer, TV host and wildlife ecologist Chris Morgan believes in restoring grizzly bears to the North Cascades. On October 20, Chris will share captivating stories and images celebrating this magnificent and ecologically critical animal.
NW EcoBuilding Guild sponsoring the 2016 Green Building Slam & Northwest Green Conference:
Two exciting events you just can't miss:
Friday November 4: the Green Building Slam! Start with Drinks & Appetizers & Networking then enjoy Ten fast-paced, mind-blowing talks about remarkable green building projects!
Purchase your tickets as soon as you can Limited seating available.
10 projects, 10 slides, 10 minutes - REGISTER EARLY to guarantee your seat.
5:30 pm - 6:45pm // Registration, Drinks & Appetizers, Networking
Kane Hall, University of Washington
1410 NE Campus Way, Central Parking Plaza at 4100 15th NE
Yoram Bauman, founder and co-chair of the Yes on I-732 campaign, will explain the economics of putting a price on carbon. He will be joined by UW climate scientist Rachel White, who will address how global energy fueled by carbon has caused the planet and humaity to be facing a global warming crisis. Leran how I-732's price on carbon is designed to help prevent worse climate disruption.
Grab a beer and a bite to eat while getting informed for voting November. Bring your questions! Enjoy the discussion!