Stand up for New York's renewable energy future!
In January, the New York Energy Planning Board released the long-awaited draft State Energy Plan. The draft plan promotes the increased use of fracked gas from neighboring states and more natural gas infrastructure. Environmental groups around the state are calling for ambitious greenhouse-gas reduction goals before 2050; for the phase-out of all dirty energy sources including gas, coal, oil and nuclear power; and for the state to proactively plan for a transition that takes care of low-income people, workers and communities. Read more.
A Fun, Fundraiser for All Ages
SUNDAY, MARCH 30
Session A : 2:00-4:00 pm
Session B : 4:30-6:30 pm
My People Are Rising: Memoir of a Black Panther Party Captain
Book Talk & Signing by Aaron Dixon
Visit this page to see video of Aaron's talk on February 23, 2014.
Ways to Get Involved
Syracuse Common Council Unanimously Approves SPC's Anti-Surveillance Drone Resolution
We are thrilled to announce the passage of our resolution on December 16, the heart of which declares that "no agency of the City of Syracuse, nor any agents under contract with the City, will operate Drones in the airspace over the City of Syracuse until federal and state laws, rules and regulations regarding the use of Drones are adopted that adequately protects the privacy of the population as guaranteed by the First and Fourth Amendments to the U.S. Constitution" and that the Council "urges our Federal and State officials to create and adopt such laws, rules and regulations regarding the use of Drones which ensures Constitutional protections of individuals." Read More...
SPC In Action
Student organizers gathered comments about the proposed hydrofracking regulations at Nottingham High School. January, 2013. (Photo: Ursula Rozum)
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