HALLOWEEN DIVESTMENT RALLY
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30 @ NOON - 2pm
ONE CENTRE STREET
7:00 – 8:00 pm
Richard Rodgers Theater
226 West 46th Street (btwn 7th & 8th)
Governor Cuomo is holding a fundraiser
on Broadway -- and we're going to rally
outside the event, urging him to veto the
proposed Port Ambrose Liquid Natural
Gas facility! The project threatens our
health, safety, and environment while
blocking a wind energy project proposed
for the same location.
Fortunately, Cuomo has the authority to stop this dangerous proposal -- and on October 14, we're going to call on him to protect New Yorkers by doing so!
Sponsoring organizations: Anti-LNG Coalition, Food & Water Watch, NYPIRG, Catskill Mountainkeeper, Sane Energy Project, United for Action, Green Education & Legal Fund, Clean Ocean Action, Surfrider Foundation (NYC Chapter), Citizen Action of New York, 350NYC, 350Brooklyn, Sierra Club Atlantic Chapter, Environmental Action
National Day of Climate Action NY
Wednesday, October 14
Join 350NYC and the People's Climate Movement as we continue on the Road Through Paris at the National Day of Climate Action NYC to call out those who finance the extreme fossil fuel extraction economy!
325 Park Ave & 47th Street
Call out Chase Bank for their funding of fossil fuel extraction (and private prisons, and their role in the foreclosure crisis....the list goes on)
Harlem State Office Building
163 W 125th St.
Celebrate the solutions coming out of communities at the frontlines of the climate crisis.
Wednesday, October 14th
7am - 7pm
The People's Climate Movement Pop-Up will be at the Flatiron Plaza and serve as a central location where people can show their support for climate action in 60 seconds or less.It’s free and open to the public at the Flatiron Plaza 7 am to 7
The pop-up will include:
• Information booths you can sign petitions of support, access social media tools, and find resources on getting more involved.
• Photo booths where you can take photos with People’s Climate Movement-themed displays and then share on social media.
• Opportunities to volunteer on site.
Ready for fun Sane Energy Style?
Support our friends @ SANE ENERGY PROJECT!
Tuesday, October 13th from 7-9pm
Patagonia SoHo Environmental Community Space at 72 Greene St. 2nd floor NYC (between Spring and Broome)
The focus of the party will be honoring Lorna Mason, who biked the 390-mile Climate Ride to benefit the work of Sane Energy Project.
There'll be an epic SLIDESHOW plus great MUSIC, FOOD and BOOZE––GAMES and PRIZES too! Special prizes include a tour and tasting for four at Tuthilltown Spirits (makers of Hudson Whiskey), a wine tasting at Red Hook Winery, and more delicious local goodies! SPECIAL performance by the SPECTACULAR Women of New York Bike Dance! PLUS A FABULOUS RAFFLE for HAMILTON TICKETS ON BROADWAY!
RSVP HERE- and please share and invite your friends! Recommended $20 donation, or give what you can; no one will be turned away.
SAVE THE DATE: "ZERO WASTE AND RECYCLING FORUM"
Tuesday, November 10th 2015 @7 – 9 pm
West Park Presbyterian Church (86th St and Amsterdam Ave)
Suggested Donation: $5 at door
Helen Rosenthal, City Council Member (District 6)
Eadaoin Quinn, Sims Municipal Recycling
Emily Maxwell, The Nature Conservancy
Brett Mons, NYC Department of Sanitation - Commercial and Residential Recycling
Ermin Siljkovic, GrowNYC – Residential Curbside Organics Recycling
Thadddeus Copeland, GrowNYC – Schools Recycling and Organics Recycling
Caroline Bragdon, NYC Department of Health (Pest Control)
Albe Zakes, Terracycle
CoSponsors to date: Community Board 7, West 80s Neighborhood Association, Friends of West Park, West Park Presbyterian Church. Coalition of Block and Community Leaders, West 75th St. Block Association, UFA, Sierra Club NYC Group, 350NYC
SAVE THE DATE:
"Made in the Bronx: Green Buildings, Green Jobs"
Saturday, November 14, 2015, @2:00-5:00 pm
Smith Auditorium, Manhattan College, 4513 Manhattan College Parkway, Bronx
Climate change – caused largely by heat-trapping greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from fossil fuels (coal, oil, natural gas) – threatens our economy, infrastructure, public health, food & water, and NYC’s future. The year 2015 is on track to be the warmest on record.
Buildings account for close to 72% of U.S. electricity use, a significant percentage of GHGs, and contribute to high asthma rates in the Bronx. We need a rapid and just shift OFF fossil fuels and ON to a 100% renewable energy economy by 2030. Join us to learn how we can “green” our residential buildings. Our speakers will focus on the transition to renewables (solar, wind, geothermal), energy conservation, boiler conversions, and exciting initiatives in the Bronx to build a green, local workforce, and green housing for all.
Moderator: Dr. Yelda Hangun-Balkir, Director, Manhattan College Center for Urban Resilience and Environmental Sustainability (CURES)
Keynote Speaker: Ray Figueroa, President, NYC Community Garden Coalition
Lisa DiCaprio: Professor of Social Sciences, NYU
Chris Neidl: Director, Here Comes Solar, Solar One
John Reilly, Executive Director, Fordham Bedford Housing Corporation
Migdalia Taveras: Director, BEST Academy, Sustainable South Bronx
The forum is open to the general public. No RSVP required.
Co-hosts: Bronx Climate Justice North and Manhattan College CURES
Cosponsors [in progress]: Bronx Climate Justice, South Bronx Unite, Riverdale-Yonkers Society for Ethical Culture, NW Bronx for Change, 350NYC
FOURTEEN YEARS CLIMATE CHANGE COUNTDOWN
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