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NYC's Renewable Energy Future

Saturday, Jul 28, 2007

Join Tria Case (CUNY, Bronx Community College) and learn how concerns over energy security, climate change, economic development, and environmental justice make the time right for a new city energy strategy. Solar energy is NYC's largest untapped available energy resource. Get the results of research conducted by The Center for Sustainable Energy on the progress made toward New York’s solar energy future, discuss the barriers to large-scale solar energy development, and map out strategies for moving forward.

Sponsor: CUNY Climate Change Lecture Series

Location: Governor's Island, Building 125, Pershing Hall

Date: Saturday, July 28, 2007, 12:30 pm

Directions: The ferry to Governor's Island leaves from Battery Maritime Building, Slip 7, directly east of the Staten Island Ferry Terminal A. The Island is open every Saturday and Sunday for the summer, with free ferry service starting at 10 am.

The CUNY lecture series is located in Pershing Hall in Building 125. It's a two minute walk from the ferry terminal. Follow the signs. A related climate change exhibition will be held in Building 110 on Governor's Island

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