Celebrating influential Black environmentalists

Aaron Mair, speaking at Skidmore College in 2019

In honor of Black History Month, we want to recognize some influential Black environmentalists. The environmental movement has historically ignored and excluded people of color even though communities of color and low-income communities are disproportionately

February 16th, 2021|Miscellaneous, News|

Composting opportunities in the area

Does it surprise you to know that 40% of the food produced for human consumption in the US goes to waste? That over 90% of that waste ends up in the landfill?

Organic waste decomposing in a landfill produces methane gas – a greenhouse gas with 25 times the global warming potential

January 8th, 2021|Archive, News, Zero Waste|

Sustainable Saratoga’s comments on the Unified Development Ordinance

HELP SHAPE WHAT OUR FUTURE LOOKS LIKE

Sustainable Saratoga has been reviewing the Unified Development Ordinance (UDO) draft. The UDO articulates the city’s land use regulations — both conservation and development standards — so we encourage citizens to be informed and to participate.

This zoning ordinance is vitally important

Sustainable Saratoga comments on Saratoga Springs’ draft Natural Resources Inventory

Sustainable Saratoga has reviewed and submitted comments on the City of Saratoga Springs’ draft Natural Resources Inventory. You can read our full comments, which include some important recommendations for improving the document in ways that will ensure greater protections for our natural resources, here.

The NRI will provide important

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