This event features a 45-minute presentation that covers what scientists know about climate change, explores the boundary of current climate knowledge, details how climate change impacts extreme weather, and offers perspectives on what the future may hold. The presentation is followed by 30 minutes of Q&A and then informal mingling time.
Dates TBD. Usually a Saturday in late September or early October. Home and business owners with renewable energy installations share their passion, knowledge, and experience of owning, maintaining, and living with renewable energy. This FREE event offers the opportunity to tour innovative green homes and buildings, and see how solar energy can be used efficiently. The tour hopes to inspire people across the state to make sustainable energy choices that reduce carbon emissions, reduce costs, and support energy independence.
Here's where solar panels and geothermal systems been installed around town.
Help us keep our map updated as we track Evanston's progress in the installation of solar panels, heat pumps, geothermal heating systems, vehicle charging stations, and infrastructure supporting people-powered modes of transportation like bicycling and walking.
Support our program by donating to Climate Action Evanston and earmarking your donation to support the Energy Program.