Webinar Archives

If you missed one of our webinars, this is the place to find recordings and/or slides from the presentations.

  • Sustainable Minds: Community Solar
    On May 18, Elena Weissmann and Tracey Woods joined us to discuss the benefits of community solar and how you can get involved.
  • Sustainable Minds: Stormwater in Princeton, Part II
    On April 6, Marisa Immordino, AmeriCorps NJ Watershed Ambassador, joined us to discuss steps that property owners could take.
  • Sustainable Minds: Stormwater in Princeton, Part I
    On March 30, James Purcell, P.E., P.M.P., Princeton's Land Use Engineer joined us to discuss stormwater.
  • Sustainability in Our Schools
    On February 16, 2022, we partnered with Princeton Public Schools to host a presentation via Zoom about the school's sustainability efforts.
  • Sustainable Architecture, at Home and Work.
    On September 23, 2021 in coordination with the Sukkah Village week-long celebration, we hosted an informative and inspiring online seminar on sustainable design, renovation, and new construction. Our esteemed panel for this event included three respected architects, designers, and builders.
  • Going Beyond: Climate Action and Local Environmental Quality
    Clean air, pure water, and open spaces are essential to human and environmental health. On May 5, 2021, four knowledgeable panelists reflected upon the value of improving our local air and water quality and the preservation of our natural ecosystems.
  • Changing the Landscape Webinar: Part II
    During this community discussion on April 21, 2021, we were joined by three partners in our efforts to promote sustainable landscaping in Princeton.
  • Going Beyond: Climate Action and Equity
    Climate change negatively affects us all, but our communities of color and low-income residents are most severely impacted and are often not part of designing solutions. On March 10, 2021, five experienced speakers joined us to share what we can do to ensure an environmentally just approach.
  • Changing the Landscape Webinar: Part I
    During this community discussion on January 13, 2021, we were joined by three partners in our efforts to promote sustainable landscaping in Princeton.
  • Going Beyond: Climate Action and Public Health & Safety
    Princeton’s Climate Action Plan includes actions that enhance public safety and health. On December 2, 2020, three speakers joined us to discuss scientists' predictions for our region and how Princeton can act.
  • Going Beyond: Climate Action and Economic Sustainability
    The pandemic has hit Princeton's business community hard but we have an opportunity to rebuild a local economy that works for everybody and advances Princeton’s climate action goals. On October 20, 2020, Michelle Pirone-Lambros and Jonathan Ratner joined us to address this critical issue.
  • Ask An Expert About EVs: How to Choose, Charge, and Change
    If you’ve been thinking about an electric vehicle, you’ve probably had several questions on your mind. On September 30, 2020, Eve Gabel-Frank and Tom Moloughney tuned in to help answer some of these burning questions.
  • Ask An Expert: Gardening with Natives, Controlling Invasives
    Native plants thrive in our region, making them uniquely qualified to be low-maintenance and supportive of our native birds, insects, and animals. On June 9, 2020, Mike Van Clef joined us to share insights and answer your questions about gardening with native plants and controlling invasive species.
  • Shrink Your Footprint: On Your Plate
    Our food choices contribute to our carbon footprint and have an impact on greenhouse gas emissions globally. On June 3, 2020, three distinguished guests discussed opportunities to change what you put on your plate to combat climate change.
  • Ask An Expert: The State of Recycling in New Jersey
    On May 14, 2020, sustainability and recycling expert, Wayne DeFeo, joined us in an hour-long Ask An Expert Anything session about waste reduction efforts in NJ and the state of recycling.
  • Ask An Expert: Renewable Energy and Emission Reduction Targets
    On May 5, 2020, sustainability and climate change leader, Bruno Sarda, joined us for our first Ask An Expert Anything session about renewable energy markets and how communities like Princeton can help the transition to fossil-fuel-free electricity.
  • Shrink Your Footprint: What We Buy
    The goods we buy and the services we use matter. Our consumer behavior drives climate change; however, buying less does not necessarily imply a lower quality of life. On February 5, 2020, three experts joined us to discuss the latest advances in sustainable consumption and how you can reduce your carbon footprint.
  • Shrink Your Footprint: On the Go
    There are many options to get around while reducing your carbon footprint. Switching to them is easier than you think. On December 4, 2019, three experts joined us to discuss what’s happening in Princeton so you can move around in a climate-friendly way.
  • Shrink Your Footprint: At Home
    Whether you rent or own, there are things you can do to lighten your home's load on our warming planet. On November 12, 2019, three experts joined us to discuss steps to build a greener home, reduce energy usage and encourage smart buildings within our community.
  • What Can Princeton Do to Protect Our Natural Environment?
    The impact of climate change is putting stress on Princeton’s natural habitats. Our trees and other vegetation plays a vital role in reducing the progress and impacts of global warming. On June 17, 2019, three guests joined us to explore how Princeton can help fortify its natural resources to mitigate climate change and strengthen the community's resiliency.

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