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NY: Carbon Neutral By 2020

Tuesday, Dec 15, 2009

Walking Through the Door of Impossibility—Without Looking Back. While global leaders are gathered in Copenhagen grappling with the enormous challenges we face to bring our practices and activities into alignment with true long-term sustainability, we in New York City can do our part. Join us to learn about some of our most creative local, regional and international initiatives in business, the Green movement, education and the arts.

Be inspired by and participate in musical conversations. Share your vision and work to help transform our environment, both natural and social. New Yorkers are known for our Can Do Spirit. With your participation We Can Do This!

Sponsors: Fordham University’s Chair for Global Sustainability in conjunction with TreeFriends: Using the Arts to Transform Our Relationship to the Natural World, an initiative of the Coalition for OneVoice cordially invite you to a Special Interactive Seminar

Featuring: Apollo 14 Astronaut Dr. Edgar Mitchell & home baked cookies!

Tuesday, December 15, 2009, 3:30 to 6:30 pm

Location: Fordham University, 113 West 60th Street

RSVP: It's free but space is limited. Reservation required. ef_alexandra@yahoo.com. Exact location given with registration. Contact: Douglas Cohen 646.510.0901

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