Sustainable Putnam

Children Saving the Earth

The Carbon Diet for a Hot Planet Workshop

 

Thursday, October 21
4-6:30pm
Mahopac Public Library

You get it.  And you recognize the problem. You’re just not sure what to do about it. Let’s start by stating the obvious. Your home is really overweight. Well, you’re not alone. In fact, the average American home is sixteen tons overweight for each person living there. That’s right. Sixteen tons is the amount of carbon emitted on average by every single American man, woman, and child. (The global average is under five.)

Here’s the good news: Your home can lose all of that carbon with Sustainable Putnam’s Carbon Diet for a Hot Planet. We’ll show you how to do it, step by step. This isn’t one of those fad diets. No crazy new technologies. Zero carbon is not only possible, it’s also practical and will save you money. We know, because we’ve done it.

Stop by for a minute or an hour for this engaging and interactive Carbon Diet workshop.  For those in a hurry, we’ll have a take-home brochure. For those with a little more time, learn how to eliminate fossil fuels from your home step by step. Visit all five stations in 25 minutes or less.

Learn how to find and eliminate the sources of fossil fuel use, make your apartment, house, or small business more comfortable, more efficient, and save money at the same time.

No RSVP or registration necessary, but if you would like a calendar and email reminders, you can register here. For more info contact us at [email protected]

A very special thanks to Mahopac Public Library and its staff for providing free use of this space to our nonprofit community group.

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