Over the next few years, I am planning on holding irregularly scheduled breakfasts where like-minded citizens can learn about, discuss, and take action on issues related to climate change.
The first one will deal with EPA's effort to regulate mercury emissions from coal fired power plants. EPA has proposed a rule to regulate emissions and already Big Coal's allies in congress are ready to introduce legislation to stop EPA.
Come to the breakfast to learn about mercury pollution, how pervasive it is, and what we can do to support EPA.
SPEAKER: Ed Perry, Pennsylvania Outreach Coordinator, National Wildlife Federation
WHEN: June 25
TIME: 8:30am - coffee
9:00am - buffet style breakfast
§ Fruit and yogurt parfaits
§ Traditional scrambled eggs
§ Bacon and hash browns
§ Baked oatmeal with brown sugar and raisins
§ Assorted juices, coffee, and tea
COST: $10.00 at the door
DEADLINE: I need to know by June 22 if you plan to come so that I can let Foxdale know. Just reply to this email.
WHERE: Foxdale. 500 East Marylin Avenue, State College, PA 16801
WHY: Over the next few years, our country will be faced with choices on energy, climate change and a host of other environmental issues. We will need an educated, concerned, and aroused citizenry to counter the extremists who appear devoted to preventing our country from beginning the transition from dirty fossil fuels and on to clean renewable energy.