Trees don't get the credit they deserve. See what Saratoga is doing to change that!
Transition Schenectady next meeting Thursday, March 28th at Clinton Street Public Library.
Sandy Steubing, local resilience advocate and member of Transition Albany, speaks to groups
Join us in (Re) Imaging what our fine city might be like in the future.
Here is a summary of our meeting and upcoming events and activities.
Local Transition groups met to share ideas and report progress. Transition TV is coming soon...
Albany County Residents - we need your support today to ban the needless use of styrofoam for take-out food!
Transition Albany provides overview of the transition movement as applied locally.
Come join us and vision living well with less energy in a vibrant community that cares!
Brainstorming session next month on outreach and increasing community involvment.
Alternate local currencies and visioning a better future are in process. Join in the discussion.
We had another successful community work project this month. Join us for the next one!
Channel Albany will film Transition Albany's regular monthly meeting Tuesday, Sept 18th at 7 pm. To be aired later.
Transition Troy members launch another composting initiative
More community out reach via movies and discussion, plus an intro to Channel Albany
Summer and Fall plans are outlined and recent film discussed.
Capital District Transition Network, including Albany, Schenectady and Troy met to review accomplishments and discuss future plans.
Sustainability and the Comprehensive Plan: What it Means for Saratoga
Come see what we do and how we make a difference!
The Troy Area Composting Working Group of Transition Troy invites You to participate!
Sustainable Saratoga moves into fifth year as an official not-for-profit, looking to accomplish even more.
We meet the third Tuesday each month. Check here for meeting details and flyer.
Here is a summary of our progress during the 2011.
UAlbany students and staff saved over 1 million kWh of electricity and averted 409 tons of CO2.
The first area Transition Training occurred in Troy, NY at the Santuary for Independent Media on Oct 1 & 2. First hand report.
Imagine using local wood and other biomass to produce a significant portion of your city's electricity and heat. Hudson has completed a study showing it is possible.
Live in Albany or Troy? Learn about local Transition Network already working in these areas.