Bitcoin mining fueled by fracked gas could undermine New York's climate goals – but on October 28th, we discussed our plans to stop this catastrophic threat.
Cryptocurrency mining operations consume more electricity than entire nations. Companies are flocking to New York to reopen dirty power plants solely to run the computers necessary for their operations. Join us to learn more about cryptocurrency's climate impacts and how you can take action.
Proposed facilities in the Finger Lakes and near Buffalo could be only the tip of the iceberg. At the meeting, we'll hear about the fights against these fracked gas projects and the statewide campaign to halt polluting cryptocurrency mining operations.