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Climate Justice Coalition of Western New York
UPCOMING EVENTS FOR FEBRUARY 2017
Thurs. 2.2.17 Stop Trump’s Dangerous Agenda
Rally at Senator Schumer’s Office, 130 Elmwood at 12:00
Tues/Wed/Thurs 2.7, 8, 9 PUBLIC HEARINGS on Northern Access Pipeline 2016 by DEC.
Help stop the gas pipeline and infrastructure that will carry fracked gas from PA to Canada, adversely
impacting water and our communities. Details www.dec.ny.gov/enb/2017025_not9.html; and
Tues 2.7.17 Oppose “Biosolid” Facility in North Tonawanda
Attend and speak at the North Tonawanda Common Council Meeting in opposition to spending $5 million of
taxpayer money to bring Canadian sewage to the city for processing and use as fertilizer. This has not be
proven to be a safe practice for food. More information email@example.com.
New York Renews Rally in Albany!
Get on the bus, show your support for NY Renews legislation to ensure 50% renewable by 2030 and energy
democracy. www.nyrenews.org For information contact Clarke Gocker at PUSH, firstname.lastname@example.org or
Harper Bishop at Crossroads Collective Harper@openbuffalo.org
How do we Keep Ourselves from Freezing & and the Planet from Burning?
Presentation by Arjun Makhijani, President of the Institute for Energy and Environmental Research. Sponsored
by the Sierra Club Niagara Group Energy Committee and Writer’s Group. 7:00. Location and Details on
Wed. 2/15/17 Plastic Pollution in the Great Lakes ‘What about a ban on Plastic Bags?”
5:30 - 8:30 PM, at the Tewksbury Lodge, 249 Ohio Street, in Buffalo. Presentation by Dr. Sherri Mason.
Sponsored by WNYEA, Erie County, Citizens Campaign for the Environment, and the Alliance for the Great
Containment, film on nuclear waste
What can governments do to protect living things from nuclear waste? This is an urgent issues in WNY with
the West Valley Nuclear Waste Facility only 30 miles from Buffalo. Film showing at 6:30 and panel discussion
on West Valley afterwards. Room 107 Schenck Hall, Daemen College, 4380 Main Street, Amherst. More
information on <niagarasierraclub.com>.
Interfaith Climate Justice Community
All faith-based organizations are invited to attend this meeting to discuss how people of faith can address
climate justice. Working groups include: divestment/investment; energy policy and lobbying; greening your
facilities; and living simply/creation spirituality. St. Joseph Church, 3269 Main Street, Buffalo, 14214 at 7:00.