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A Community Conversation on Climate Change: What We Can Do to Make a Difference

When:
November 13, 2019: 7:00PM to 9:00PM
Where:
Cortlandt Town Hall 1 Heady St, Cortlandt, NY 10567 map

Assemblywoman Sandy Galef will be hosting a Town Hall “A Community Conversation on Climate Change: What We Can Do to Make a Difference”, on Wednesday, November 13th from 7-9pm at Cortlandt Town Hall (1 Heady Street, Cortlandt NY 10567). Speakers from the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation, NYSERDA, Environmental Advocates of New York and Utopus Insights will discuss what can be done to lower our carbon footprint on both a local and state-wide level. The event is free; you do not need to RSVP. Please bring your friends, neighbors and anyone else you think would be interested in joining this important conversation.

Speaker will include:
Mark Lowery, NYS Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Assistant Director, Office of Climate Change
Representative from NYSERDA
Conor Bambrick, Environmental Advocates of New York, Air and Energy Director
Chandu Visweswariah, Utopus Insights, Founding President and CEO

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Event Co-Sponsors:
• Hudson Valley Community Power Program • Riverkeeper • New York League of Conservation Voters • Teatown • Scenic Hudson • Sierra Club of the Lower Hudson Group • Hudson Highlands Land Trust • Putnam County Land Trust • Sustainable Westchester • Federated Conservationists of Westchester • Citizens Climate Lobby • Westchester Land Trust • Croton Conservation Advisory Council

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