In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, Long Islanders gather for Clean Energy Forum sponsored by the Sierra Club and hosted by the Green Sanctuary Committee of the UU Congregation at Shelter Rock to discuss their role in rebuilding a more resilient Long Island powered by clean, renewable energy.
WHAT: Long Island has reached a critical crossroads in its energy policy and it will come down to the public to sway which direction is taken. Over 100 Long Islanders will attend the LI Clean Energy Forum to hear a panel of respected individuals from the clean energy field discuss the current state of energy policy on Long Island and articulate a collective vision for moving Long Island toward a renewable energy future.
WHO: Adrienne Esposito, Executive Director, Citizen’s Campaign for the Environment; Tim Daniels, Senior Vice President for Market Development, Deepwater Wind; Ellen Weininger, Education Outreach Coordinator, Grassroots Environmental Education; Peter Olmstead, Mid-Atlantic Solar Advocate, The Vote Solar Initiative; Ed Laborde, Power Up Communities Coordinator; Gordian Raacke, Founder and Executive Director, Renewable Energy Long Island
WHEN: Tuesday, December 4th, 7 pm
WHERE: Social Hall of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Shelter Rock, 48 Shelter Rock Rd, Manhasset, NY 11030
Find detailed directions here: http://www.uucsr.org/find.asp