Check it out here: http://archive.wbai.org/ under “WBAI Evening News” (you can listen to it from your browser by clicking on the link in the lefthand column.) The segment with our Environmental Committee Chair Lin Gordon starts at 00:19:00!
In case you missed it, here’s what you should be up to tomorrow evening:
Large-scale gas drilling in the Catskill area could result in the irreversible pollution of our water supply and cost New York billions of dollars in the process.
An educational panel discussing Natural Gas Drilling Near NYC’s Watershed in the Catskill Mountains, covering its environmental, economic, and political implications and why New Yorkers can’t afford to take its clean unfiltered tap water for granted. Panelists wil discuss the risks and benefits of hydrofracking, the environmental impacts, alternatives to drilling, current policies and the Department of Environment Conservation (DEC) rules concerning this industry in New York State, and what we can do to protect our precious water supply.
And so it is that the MYD Environmental Committee invites you to:
A Panel Discussion on Natural Gas Drilling near NYC’s Drinking Water Supply
Wednesday, November 4, 2009 @ 7- 8:30pm
Columbia Law School, Jerome Greene Hall
435 W 116th Street, Room 107 (between Amsterdam Avenue and Morningside Drive)
Take 1 or 9 train to 116th Street, walk to the right for one block when you get off Broadway
You’ll hear from:
- Kylie Harper, Founder, TapIt
- Deborah Goldberg, Managing Attorney, Northeast Office, Earth Justice
- Kate Sinding, Senior Attorney, Natural Resources Defense Council
- Moderated by The Sierra Club Watershed Committee
RSVP and questions: Email green [at] gomyd [dot] com or on FACEBOOK.