Climate Conversation: Jobs in the Green Economy - Shared screen with speaker view
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Finn Mauritzen. Tried to organize worker cooperatives on Long Island. Anyone else interested in worker cooperatives in the energy field.
Leola from JSA Sustainable Wealth Management in Rhinebeck -- found out from SHV!
Hello Everyone! Chris Paraoan here from Texas. I found out about this program from the Climate Reality Project.
I found out from Citizens for Local Power!
Eli Schloss, Hudson River Sloop Clearwater, I'm on the SHV email list. Hoping to be able to share this info with the students who take part in our programs.
Hi Melissa - great to see you continuing this much needed work. I am a relocate career coach from Cambridge in Rhinebeck.
found out about this event from the college enviro consortium listserv. I work at Westchester Community College and want to share this info with our students. email@example.com
Greetings Everyone, Ashley Knox here from Go Beyond Greatness Inc, firstname.lastname@example.org
Jess Clegg, Citizens for Local Power, email@example.com. I look forward to speaking with you all!
Tomasine Oliphant, Ulster County Office of Employment and Training and Ulster County Workforce Development Board, firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you all for joining us today!
Hi, Nichole Liebov, AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellow at DOE. I heard about this through NYSERDA’s social media.
Barbara Reer, Assistant Dean Workforce, SUNY Ulster - offering training for jobs for the new economy both credit bearing and non-credit bearing courses as well as micro-credentials and CEUs - been part of this discussion of green jobs/training for many years - great to see so many women on this webinar
Hi, Everyone. Marcy Cleveland here from Hudson Valley Green Homes. I got the go ahead to put together a Green Jobs Academy for the Pine Bush High School. : - ) So, this webinar is of super interest to me.
Hello Everyone !Im Wesley,a Senior atManhattanville College ,looking for opportunities to start working in the “ Green “ industry
Let's not forget about the need for green jobs in the post carbon shipping and ship building sector. The Wooden Boat School at the Hudson River Maritime Museum is already and involved with green job programs.
Great point, Andrew!
Andy, before you came on I mentioned that you would be doing the webinar on that next time, on the 14th. At the end feel free to say a little more!
Hi everyone. Dave Arons here. I'm at Westchester Community College, Director of CTE degree programs and we'd like to improve our green collar job career pathways. I'd love to connect with some of you around how to build out our green jobs pipeine with associates degree/certifications on ramps. Thank you for this webinar.
It’s such an amazing story, thank you!
That video makes me soooo happy!
Will there be a PON for developing jobs in clean/carbon neutral transportation including moving goods and people by water in a carbon constrained future?
Hello, I'm Asher Pacht, I direct Environmental Programs for students and public at Clarkson University's Beacon Institute. Hoping to share opportunities with our educational audiences. Thank you for the webinar! Heard about it from the Env consortium listserv
Gwendolyn, is there any money for an after school program in a disadvantaged city for 13 to 17 year olds for green job skills?
I love NYSERDA... just saying... Such a leader in promoting and funding these Green programs!!!
Train, individuals and organizations:Partnering with other enterprises and organizations The Center will provide a physical place where professional practitioners and apprentices can participate in theory and practice workshops for preserving the skills of the past to serve the futureThe Center will host regional, national, and international conferences on post carbon logistics, traditional skills, and sail freightThe Center will provide educational opportunities and creative, implementable, real world solutions to the 21st century environmental, economic, and social crises enabling people to work locally to transition our communities and bio-region away from a fossil fuel-based economy to a “restorative economy,” one that is human-scaled, embraces alternative locally based energy, and that is less extractive.
Hi, here’s the link for the Green Jobs Internship information and application: https://www.empowerkingston.org/greenjobs
Yes, love Melissa and SHV! :)
I think there is a regional collaboration in the making
this has been a great intro for me to what is moving and shaking in HV. Impressive to this newbie. Thank you til next time. email@example.com
Can we receive the Nyserda pp explaining all the programs and impact?
@David - Yes! I will share with Melissa so she can send it to everyone.
This recording will be on www.sustainhv.org shortly and we can provide the presentations directly on request
Such important points, Ashley! How do we reach younger people about these career pathways?
Janet here from Sierra Club in Buffalo.
Count me in for follow ups/partnerships - firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you everyone! Please include me in follow up communication- email@example.com
I like the fact that city kids are getting this opportunity for internships, etc. Is there a way to let kids out in the rural towns know about these jobs and opportunities? It seems like so many rural youth have no idea about these career options in green collar jobs.
There is an education group at my local Climate Reality Chapter who would be VERY interested in collaborating. Thinking Ashokan Center would be interested as well.
Thank you all for your fantastic presentations! I’d also like to be included in follow-up communications–firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you all so much! Let’s be in touch soon!
My info: email@example.com 917-843-8815
Thank you everyone. I have to jump
Yes, this is a great program focusing on green jobs. Much more focus in public education needs to occur.
This is an info-mercial for our next program. Come back on May 14 everyone!!!
Great presentations everyone! Clearwater will share this information widely. Thank you
yes. start worker owned companies
Thanks to all! I have to run. Great program!
Thank you. Got to go. Stay in touch.