Vinny Aliperti, Sarah Meyer, Jacob Fox, Councilmember Mark Palmieri, Supervisor Mark Venuti, Darrin McGee
The Geneva Town Sustainability Committee meets every other month, at 7pm, on the first Thursday of the month. The Committee will meet in person at Town Hall, with Zoom connection always available.
According to the United Nations World Commission on Environment and Development, sustainable development is "meeting the needs of the current generation without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs."
The Center for Sustainable Communities says that sustainability "consider[s] the whole instead of the specific. Sustainability emphasizes relationships rather than pieces in isolation."
"The Story of Stuff" author Annie Leonard says "sustainability must include equity and justice."
For information on the Town of Geneva's Waste Disposal and Recycling Program, please visit our trash, recycling, and composting page.
We have also set up a new page for you to submit questions regarding Lake Friendly Living! Check it out here!
To view our Lake Friendly Educational Series click here!
To view the Annual Energy Benchmarking Report click here
2021 Virtual Farming Symposium: Held March 30, 2021
This was a virtual presentation to learn more about Soil Health Incentive programs, otherwise known as Payment for Ecosystem Services. These programs pay farmers to use agricultural practices that sequester carbon and other ecosystem services that grow healthy soils and keep nutrients on their land.
https://subarudrive.com/articles/reduce-landfill-impact This article focuses on ideas for recycling and helping us to learn how to make a difference for our own environmental wellness and community.
Lake-Friendly Home Campaign