Please join us for a #UniteNY19 forum as we build a progressive movement for change in #NY19.
Presented in partnership with Andrea Shaut for Alderwoman, Ward 9, we’re bringing together citizens, local experts, and musicians from all across our district to tell the story of our community and climate change.
With stories, songs, presentations and an open discussion, we will explore impacts from climate change to the City of Kingston and the surrounding area, as well as local initiatives to mitigate and adapt to these conditions. Together, we will explore where we've arrived and where we need to go to build a progressive platform to take action against climate change and protect the integrity of our natural resources.
We hope you'll join us to add your voice.
Eban Goodstein, Director of the Center for Environmental Policy and the MBA in Sustainability at Bard College
Julie Noble, Environmental Educator for the City of Kingston
and more... Location: The Church House, 355 Hasbrouck Ave, Kingston, NY
Doors open at 6pm. Program begins at 6:30.
This event is free and open to the public.
Parking: There is plenty of street parking on Hasbrouck Ave and the surrounding streets including Foxhall and East Chester.