Energy-related issues, including understanding the relationship between energy and climate change, are already affecting communities all across New York State and will continue to do so.
Many of the most critical economic, societal, and environmental issues impacting the future well-being of individuals, families, businesses, communities, and regions have an energy underpinning. It is important to have energy literate citizenry.
Cornell Cooperative Extension efforts in energy issues provide a solid foundation on which to build a more comprehensive extension education program involving these key audiences: Agriculture, Communities, Households
CCE Energy and Climate Change: Helping New Yorkers Make Informed Energy Choices
Fall 2011: New Climate Change fact sheets from the Program Work Team