The momentum for energy efficiency, environmental sustainability and economic security is growing right here in the town of Brighton, New York.
ColorBrightonGreen.org, a non-profit organization, supports business, municipal, school, and residential energy reduction measures in our town, in concert with climate protection efforts by other towns and cities across the country.
Through community education and simple, thoughtful actions, our goal is to reduce local greenhouse gas emissions by at least 10% and make our own little piece of the world cleaner.
- Throw Some Shade Tree Project (4/24/2018) - This past fall, Color Brighton Green took on the initiative to plant native trees in Brighton. We started by working with the Town of Brighton to plant 10 trees around the playgrounds at Buckland Park. This spring we hope to plant 15 trees to shade the playgrounds at French Road Elementary School. We are raising … Continue reading Throw Some Shade Tree Project
- ColorBrightonGreen Supports Carbon Fee and Dividend (2/1/2018) - ColorBrightonGreen.org Board of Directors supports federal legislation for a Carbon Fee and Dividend Bill and that is being supported by the Citizens Climate Lobby (CCL). ColorBrightonGreen.org endorses the approach that the Citizens Climate Lobby is taking in building a bipartisan Climate Caucus in Congress to move this bill forward. Both of our organizations believe that … Continue reading ColorBrightonGreen Supports Carbon Fee and Dividend
- Community Choice Aggregation Presentation March 4, 2018 (2/1/2018) - Brighton Neighbors United is hosting an Adult Potluck Supper on Sunday, March 4, 2018. Brighton residents, come and share a meal with your neighbors and learn more about Community Choice Aggregation. RIT Assistant Professor Eric Hittinger will speak to “What is a CCA Anyway?”. Those who plan on attending are asked to submit the registration form … Continue reading Community Choice Aggregation Presentation March 4, 2018
- Alkaline Batteries: New Policy (1/5/2018) - After struggles in finding places to recycle alkaline batteries throughout 2017, ColorBrightonGreen.org has had to stop collecting them. Our research has found that from an energy efficiency standpoint recycling of alkaline batteries is not at all efficient even if we could find a free or low cost method to recycle them. Alkaline batteries are not … Continue reading Alkaline Batteries: New Policy
- Science: Best Ways To Reduce Your Carbon Footprint (12/23/2017) - Recently we have been asked about the best ways to reduce our carbon emissions. Here’s one list of answers from Science. I bet you could do at least one of them, and I suspect you will be surprised by some of them.