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Special Environmental Forum on the 2018 Elections

Thursday, Sep 20, 2018

This year’s elections will be key in determining the fate of environmental + climate change policy + New Yorkers will have a lot to weigh in on. The State Attorney General’s race could even impact nation-wide policy. So, it’s crucial to become an educated voter before heading to the polls in November. Learn about: the results of the September 13 New York State primaries; who is running in November + for what offices; where the candidates stand on environmental legislation before the NYC Council + the State Legislature; + how you can get involved in local environmental justice initiatives

Sponsors: GreenHomeNY; New York League of Conservation Voters + WE ACT for Environmental Justice

Date: Thursday, September 20,, 6:30 - 8:00 PM

Location: Hafele America Company, 20 West 22nd Street

Speakers: Pat McClellan NYLCV - State Policy Director; Adriana Espinoza, NYLCV - NYC Program Director; + Cecil Corbin-Mark, WE ACT - Deputy Director & Director of Policy Initiatives

RSVP: Eventbrite

DISCLAIMER: This is a non-partisan educational event. Any fees associated with the event go to the GreenHomeNYC operating budget + will not be used to support any political party or candidate.

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