To Till and To Tend: Energy Needs and Environmental Impact on Westchester's Communities
Temple Israel Center- 280 Old Mamaroneck Road, White Plains • Thursday, May 1st, 2014 7pm
As the expansion of natural gas infrastructure sweeps across the tri-state area we are quickly learning that the infrastructure, the new gas supply and other components of shale gas production bring health and environmental threats to Westchester and other regions.
Join us to hear the experts discuss the impacts and the solutions.
Albert F. Appleton- Adjunct Associate Professor at Cooper Union, Senior Fellow for Sustainability Entrepreneurship at Cooper Union Institute for Sustainable Design; former Commissioner of the NYC Department of Environmental Protection
Sheila Bushkin-Bedient, M.D., MPH- Member, Concerned Health Professionals of NY, Member, Institute of Health and the Environment at SUNY Albany
Jannette M. Barth, Ph.D.- Economist with Pepacton Institute LLC, former Chief Economist of the NY MTA
Elisabeth N. Radow- Managing Attorney at Radow Law PLLC; Chairwoman of the League of Women Voters of New York State's Committee on Energy, Agriculture and the Environment
Open to the public- Free of Charge. For more information: 914-948-2800
2014 Federation Meeting
Tarrytown Senior Center, 240 W Main Street Tarrytown • Wednesday May 7th 2:30-5pm
It is that time of year again when the Federated Conservationists of Westchester County brings together our member organizations and individual members who belong to them, to have a chance to network, share resources, and to participate in conversations to strengthen the environmental community in Westchester.
More information to follow shortly. Mark the date on your calendars. We hope to see many of you there.
Next Conservation Café - The future of Citizen Science in Westchester County: Citizens? Science?
Location and Time TBD