Jay Egg and Keith Schue Win Constellation Prize

Jay Egg and Keith Schue are winners of the 2020 Constellation Prize for Policy Impact. As the Constellation Prize Committee stated, “Their efforts have championed renewable energy, and demonstrably helped move the Empire State Plaza, New York’s center of government in Albany, away from fossil fuel combustion.” Keith is an electrical engineer and technical advisor Read More …

Teachers Retirement Fund Must Divest

Today the Times Union published the following letter to the editor by Ruth Foster, SHARE Co-Chair: Teachers Retirement Fund Must Divest This has been a bad year. As we have coped with our new lives during a pandemic, we have watched the news in horror as California burned, as Midwest crops and homes were flattened Read More …

How Environmental Racism Affects Sheridan
Hollow and Other Albany Neighborhoods

Environmental racism in Sheridan Hollow and other Albany neighborhoods is the focus of a recent article by Dana Brady in Albany Proper, the online publication devoted to reporting on social interest stories within Albany. The article includes some of the long history of impacts of burning fossil fuels — and even trash — on the health Read More …

Albany Climate Justice Gallery Has Arrived!

Updated March 17, 2020. For the very latest updates, see http://climatesofinequality.org/location/albany-ny/. In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, all remaining events, including the  Gallery/Exhibit Closing Reception, have been cancelled. Stay safe and healthy! Stage 1 Gallery, 46-48 N. Swan Street, Albany SHARE, in conjunction with Skidmore College’s Environmental Studies and Sciences Program and the John B. Moore Documentary Read More …