Mar 22: Panel on Petrochemical Plants

How will our city be impacted by the proposed upwind petrchemical plants? 
Can we afford to accept Allegheny County’s rank in the top 1% of cancer rates ?
What can we do to prevent the proposed plants?
What can we do to to prevent the plants and supporting infrastructure from threatening our air and water?  “Climate and local air quality are not issues for environmentalists only, they are issues for anyone who wants well-being for humanity“  Rev. John Creasy

Come learn about the danger and what you can do to prevent the proposed massive petrochemical hub threatening our air, land and water: 

The presentation will feature Matt Mehalik, Director of the Breathe Project, and a panel of dedicated activists:

Rev. John Creasy, pastor of the Open Door Church- Garfield, permaculture teacher and farmer at Garfield Community Farm, Boar Member of Pennsylvania Interfaith Power & Light, and the Pittsburgh Presbytery Peacemaking Team.

Terrie Baumgardner, Climate Reality Volunteer and member of the Citizens To Protect the Ambridge Reservoir where the encroachment of Shell’s Falcon Pipeline threatens the watershed of this pristine reservoir.

Nora Johnson, Climate Reality Volunteer, Earth Care Team- Sixth Presbyterian Church as well as a Pittsburgh member of Citizens to Protect the Ambridge Reservoir.

7-9 p.m. at the Thomas Merton Center (5125 Penn Ave., 15224).  Light refreshments will be served. 

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