The Green Earth Festival (GEF) is scheduled for September 18. A new group of Festival Team volunteers is busy working on the 2021 theme and soliciting vendors and exhibitors. If you are interested in exhibiting or being part of the GEF organizing team please email PXVgreenteam@gmail.com.
The Chester County Planning Commission is holding a public meeting to present the County’s proposed Climate Action Plan. We need you to advocate for a “Climate Action Office” to lead, coordinate, educate, and engage stakeholders in the implementation of the Climate Action Plan. The draft plan is open for comments until 3/31.
If you can, attend the public session on March 4. Register here. and speak up to the Commissioners.
We encourage you to read and comment on all the details and actions proposed in the plan before March 31. Please tell the Commissioners to “Create a Climate Action Office” here in the Please provide feedback window.
March 4, 2021
Public Meeting Agenda
6:30 – Welcome (Chester County Commissioners)Landscapes3 – Project Goal
Why do we need a Climate Action Plan?
6:50 – Climate Action Plan Overview – Plan Goal Reduce our Carbon Footprint
Action Plan Highlights
7:15 – Public Comment/Q&A (Attendees)
7:50 – Next Steps – Where do we go from here?
8:00 – Adjournment
View the draft Climate Action Plan.
Register for the public meeting here.You can leave comments here about the draft plan below or by emailing email@example.com.
Don’t Spray Me Presentation – West Chester’s Green Team volunteers oppose toxic pesticides and herbicides and promotes natural gardening and healthy food.
Walk / Hike Leaders
Green Earth Festival Organizer
Social Media Director
Telephone: 866-209-2616 Meeting ID: 187 718 5846
Wednesday January 20th 7pm to 8pm
The BIDEN PLAN IS COMING, LET’S CELEBRATE
The Green Team has plans for 2021, do you?
Join us virtually and share them!
We have some great opportunities to serve for you to consider showing up and making a difference
Meeting ID: 148 839 0853
The Phoenixville Green Team has hosted Environmental forums for over 10 years featuring a wide variety of local, state, national and planetary topics. Green Drinks is a free wheeling gathering that creates organic conversation about things that may matter to you.
The Green Team Board of Directors is planning to enhance and expand the Green Teams shown below in 2021. We invite volunteers to join a Team or >>>>>bring an idea and we will help you build a new Green Team!
The Board is looking for individuals who are eager to serve in the following capacity
1. Social Media / Communications Director
2. Green Earth Festival Team leaders
3. Outdoor Activities and Hike leaders
Green Earth Festival Annual celebration hosting eco-friendly exhibitors, government agencies, environmental advocates that are making a positive difference in the community
Clean Energy Connecting individuals and their communities to the resources needed to identify and implement community-based clean energy planning and projects.
Green Drinks Free wheeling gathering that creates organic conversation about local, state, national and planetary topics things that may matter to you
Sustainable Phoenixville Building a team to identify and empower volunteers to assist the Phoenixville Borough transition to sustainable practices and initiatives.
Greenway Advocating the construction of trails and hosting recreational and nature hikes
The Board of Directors approved a letter of support for Board for East Pikeland, Schuylkill, and West Vincent Townships; and the advocates in the Phoenixville Clean Energy Transition Alliance (PACEA), in their application for a Clean Energy Transition Planning Study grant from the Chester County Planning Commissions Vision Partnership Planning grant program.
We support the development of a Clean Energy Transition Plan to facilitate conservation, energy efficiency and the transition to renewable energy in the Phoenixville area. We join in the goals of the study’s plan to educate and engage all the community’s stakeholders including the municipalities Ready for 100% Renewable Resolutions and the 2019 Phoenixville Regional Comprehensive Plan’s commitment to transition away from polluting fossil fuels to renewable energy. We welcome the study’s plan to educate and engage all the community’s stakeholders including the private and public schools, non-profits, businesses, institutions, property owners and residents.
We look forward to being part of this study’s effort to do our part in reducing the impacts of our energy choices on the climate.
On June 7th, 2020, representatives from the six Phoenixville Area Regional Planning Committee (PRPC) municipalities and the Phoenixville Green Team created an informal group titled the Phoenixville Area Clean Energy Alliance (PACEA). The mission of this working group is to inform and advance the clean energy agenda of the townships, with the primary goal of implementing a Clean Energy Transition Plan (CETP) to reduce greenhouse gases. The plan we are seeking to adopt is based on the Sierra Club’s Energy Transition Plan template. This template was developed by local Ready for 100% volunteers and energy professionals through an extensive research of adopted local and state plans.
Recently, we have been introducing ourselves to Borough Council, committees, and the Phoenixville Area School Board.
The Green Team is in the process of reinventing ourselves to be in tune and in touch with our dynamic, growing community. Hiking, biking, trail clean-ups, seminars, educational programs, social gatherings, and doing what we can to make sure our planet will keep it’s beautiful flora, fauna, vistas, not to mention renewable energy, clean drinkable water and breathable air.
Want to attend? Contact David Lutzker, President – firstname.lastname@example.org