Rockport Public Library Event Calendar

Date: 4/19/2023
Time: 6:00 PM - 7:15 PM
Title: Taking Action on Climate Change: What Can Rockport Do? PART 3 - Efficiency Maine Residential Offerings
Contact: Julia Pierce, 207-236-3642
Location: Rockport Room

The Rockport Conservation Commission announces a 2023 speaker series, entitled, “Taking Action on Climate Change: What Can Rockport Do?” The talks will be held at the Rockport Public Library on the third Wednesday of each through June 21st from 6:00 - 7:15 PM. Refreshments will be provided.


The series is part of the Climate Action Grant awarded by the Maine Governor's Office on Policy, Innovation and the Future (GOPIF) to the Rockport Conservation Commission to fund a climate vulnerability assessment, a greenhouse gas inventory and a public outreach campaign. 



Presententations remaining in the series:


April 19th: Efficiency Maine Residential Offerings - Lily McVetty, Program Manager, Efficiency Maine

Learn how you can get thousands of dollars in rebates for energy efficient upgrades that can help you save money and make your home more comfortable. Efficiency Maine will be presenting an introduction to available rebates, financing options, technical resources, and their installer locator. This event will include time for Q&A.


May 17th: Electrification of the Working Waterfront - Emma Wendt, Community Development Officer, Island Institute

June 21st: Plastics, Climate and the Circular Economy, Matt Prindiville, CEO, Upstream



The Rockport Conservation Commission believes that empowering community members with sound information will help create meaningful and sustainable responses to global climate change and ensure that future generations of Rockporters can thrive.         207-236-3642