The one thing about climate change we can be sure of, is that we need to act, and at that, act locally...! Sustainable JC is proud to collaborate with the Sierra Club, and with the Honorable Mayor Steven Fulop, to present ways in which we can act constructively. Come see an episode of the ground-breaking show Years of Living Dangerously, and find out what YOU can do, to change things by acting locally.
Heat waves, flooding, storm surges and polar vortexes. New Jersey is experiencing the impacts of climate change now and it’s only going to get worse if we don’t take action to reduce carbon pollution.
Fortunately, the EPA is announcing new limits on the amount of climate disrupting carbon pollution that coal plants are allowed to release into the air! The fossil fuel industry is putting up a lot dirty money to prevent the EPA from doing its job. The only way to fight coal industry opposition and allow the EPA to do its job is to show nationwide support. That means they need YOU! Join the Sierra Club and Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop, in collaboration with Sustainable Jersey City, to learn how you can support the EPA's new limts on carbon pollution make 2014 a year of climate action!
WHO: You, your friends and neighbors, Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop
WHAT: Screening of Years of Living Dangerously and Climate Conversation
WHEN: Tuesday, June 10 at 7:00 pm
WHERE: New Jersey City University Student Union, 2039 John F. Kennedy Blvd, Jersey City (map)
FREE Parking for online preregistered attendees.