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What: New York Crossroads: Rally to Stop Fracking and Demand Renewable Energy
When: Monday, June 17th, 12pm-3pm
Where: Rally and March in East Capitol Lawn, Albany, NY
My name is Joseph Varon, and I live in West Hempstead, Long Island.
I’m an environmental activist, retired teacher, and native New Yorker, who volunteers with Food & Water Watch.
I’m also an Orthodox Jew, whose faith inspires a reverence for our Earth. On June 17, I’ll be taking the bus to Albany for New York Crossroads, the rally against fracking and for renewable energy.
I love nature and the outdoors, and I’m terrified that fracking could destroy some of our beautiful state’s most precious landscapes. And, of course, I’m worried about the threat of climate change and how fracking could poison our water, air, and food.
I hope you’ll join me in making New York Crossroads an amazing event.
- Join and share the Facebook event.
- Get on the bus – and tell your friends
- Distribute the rally flier
If you want to arrange a car pool, email Corinne Rosen.
Thank you so much for helping protect our state.
– Joseph Varon
Local Energy Today and Tomorrow!
On Monday evening, May 13th, come hear the authors of this study explain the technical capacity, economic feasibility and benefits of a renewable energy infrastructure that can transform our state by eliminating dependence upon fossil fuels.
6:30 – 9:00 p.m. at the Mount Kisco Library, (http://www.mountkiscolibrary.org) in Mount Kisco New York. Free.
Marc Z. Jacopson PhD (via Skype), Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Director, Atmosphere/Energy Program, Stanford University
Anthony R. Ingraffea, PhD, PE Professor of Engineering, Cornell University, and President, Physicians, Scientists and Engineers for Healthy Energy, Inc.
Jannette M. Barth, PhD
Pepacton Institute LLC
Moderator – Paul Gallay, President, Hudson Riverkeeper
Westchester Update – Herb Oringel, Northern Westchester Energy Action Consortium (NWEAC)
Space is limited and pre-registration is required.
Click here to register!
For more information please call Ellen Weininger at Grassroots Environmental Education (914) 422-3141 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
This program is co-sponsored by New York Interfaith Power & Light.