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No Nukes, No Gas: The Viability of 100% Renewable New York

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November 18, 2020: 7:00PM to 8:00PM
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Are you wondering how we can get to 100% renewable energy in New York? Do you have questions about how much space renewables take up, how we’d keep the lights on when the sun isn’t shining, and how we can realistically build the next generation of energy infrastructure in New York? Join us to hear from experts Arjun Makhijani, President at the Institute for Energy and Environmental Research and Boris Lukanov, Senior Scientist at Physicians, Scientists and Engineers for Healthy Energy on the necessity and viability of 100% renewable energy.

You will also hear from New York activists, Emily Skydel from Food & Water Watch as well as Caitlyn Carpenter and Sebastian Vasquez from Sunrise Westchester on the climate movement for 100% renewables.

Join us on November 18th to get the facts on the renewables and hear from activists engaged in the fight to shut down dirty energy and build the movement to 100% renewables.

Moderated by Renee Vogelsang, Campaign Coordinator at Beyond Indian Point.

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