And We Are Live!
It is not too late to join with us for the month of March 2019 as New York Reads: Drawdown. NYLA, OverDrive, and Penguin Random House have agreed to make Drawdown available to New York libraries during the entire month of March 2019 at the Price per Click cost of $2.19. And to top it off, NYLA will be paying for the first 1,000 downloads across the state!
Participating Library Systems
Buffalo & Erie County Public Library
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
Clinton Essex Franklin Library System
Finger Lakes Library System
Livebrary.com (Suffolk County Library System)
Mid-Hudson Library System
Mid-York Library System
Mohawk Valley Library System
Monroe County Library System
Nassau Digital Doorway
Nioga Library System
North Country Library System
Onondaga County Public Library
Ramapo Catskill Library System
Pioneer Library System
Southern Adirondack Library System
Southern Tier Library System
Upper Hudson Library System
Reversing Global Warming: Intro to Drawdown @ Victor Farmington Library
Drawdown EcoChallenge Double Feature @ Palisades Free Library
Earth Day Book Discussion: Drawdown @ Saratoga Springs Public Library
Drawdown Book Discussion @ South Huntington Public Library
Project Drawdown @ Wood Library
Golden Knights Novel Book Club @ Clarkson University Libraries
Drawdown: Pachamama Alliance @ Ontario Public Library
Drawdown and Eco-Challenge @ Comsewogue Public Library
New York Reads: Drawdown @ Liverpool Public Library
Read the Book? Now What?
In April participate in the Drawdown EcoChallenge when you can take those first purposeful steps towards a cleaner future.
If you are tentative to officially join the challenge, here are some Participant Tips that may help answer some questions. You have the option to create your own team or join an existing team. You can change things up at any time - your commitment is low risk. Here is an example of Pittsburgh, PA’s Spring challenge. There are many teams and individuals representing numerous organizations within the city.
The challenges are somewhat easy to commit to - Eat Meatless Meals, Zero Waste Cooking, Join a Quit Smoking Program, Avoid Refined Sugar, Power Down the Computer, and the
list goes on and on.
The Eco Challenge is from April 3 - April 24, 2019