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Who is Mr. Green in Albany this Year?

Tuesday, Jun 28, 2011

This is it! New York's 2011 legislative session is drawing to a close – it’s time to take a look at what our state elected officials did to prioritize sustainability this year.

From renewable energy to farmland protection to transit funding, a number of critical issues were on the table in Albany. So what did our leaders do to move these and other environmental priorities forward? Get the answers at "Who is Mr. Green in Albany this Year?"

Sponsors: NYLCV Education Fund, Environmental Advocates of New York, & Columbia Center for Climate Change Law.

Date: Tuesday, June 28, 6 pm

Location: Columbia Law School, Room 105, 435 W. 116th Street@Amsterdam Avenue

RSVP: Reserve your spot at the FREE event.

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