Jan 15: Petrochemical Invasion

The Petrochemical Invasion of Western PA:  Its Environmental Consequences and What Can Be Done About It
A panel discussion about the consequences of the petrochemical build-out in Western PA and some of the alternatives. 
7 p.m. at the Unitarian Universalist Church of the South Hills (Sunnyhill): 1240 Washington Rd. Mt. Lebanon, PA 15228.

Matt Mehalik, Executive Director of the Breathe Collaborative and its communications platform, the Breathe Project. The Breathe Collaborative is a coalition of local residents, environmental advocates, public health professionals and academics with a common commitment to advocate for the air the Pittsburgh region needs in order to be a healthy, prosperous place.
Patricia DeMarco, IWL Member, Author: "Pathways to Our Sustainable Future – Global Perspective from Pittsburgh", Forest Hills Borough Council, 2016-2020
Robert Schmetzer, Chairman of the Beaver County Marcellus Community / BCMAC . and Citizens to protect the Ambridge Reservoir. CPAR. 
Terrie Baumgardner – Beaver County activist, Field Organizer for Clean Air Council, volunteer with Beaver Marcellus Community and Citizens to Protect the Ambridge Reservoir.
Thaddeus Popovich - Co-founder Allegheny County Clean Air Now, Protect Franklin Park, Climate Reality Project
A major part of this event will be a discussion between audience activists, and the presenters. Please join us for this excellent educational event.
Sponsored by: The Izaak Walton League of America, Allegheny County Chapter, Harry Enstrom (Green County) Chapter

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