Monday, November 02, 2009

What Does NY State's SGEIS Mean, and What Can New Yorkers Do to Defend Their Water?

Find out at a discussion of the recent DEC study and a special screening of "FLOW", sponsored by NYH2O, NRDC and SVA's Green Action Network.

Tuesday, Nov. 3 - 7:00 p.m.
School of Visual Arts, rm. 302 (Ampitheater)
209 East 23rd St., bet. 2nd & 3rd Avenues, Manhattan


Join us for a lively discussion about the safeguarding of New York's water. Please share this invitation with friends, family and fellow New Yorkers.

"Water for Gotham" author Gerard Koeppel will open the discussion, and provide a historical look at New York's water supply. NYH2O's Joe Levine and NRDC's senior attorney Kate Sindingwill will provide a practical look at New York State's recent recommendation, and what every New Yorker can do.

Called "the most important health and environmental issue ever facing NYC that nobody knows about", hydraulic gas drilling will change life for all residents and businesses in New York State. Understand the implications and how to be heard.

For those of you who can't make it on Tuesday, there is a similar event at Columbia University on Wednesday, November 4, 7:00pm - 8:30pm, 435 W 116th St., rm. 107

To learn more about protecting NY’s water resources, go to NYH2O .

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