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* Garbage and the City 1 Garbage and the City 1

Time: 6:30 PM

Politics of Waste Recycling in 19th Cent NYC: In nineteenth-century Manhattan, the city’s overwhelming piles of organic waste were transformed into food to feed the city. Catherine McNeur uses two controversies over local pork and milk, to explain why pigs and cows were treated so differently, why politicians rallied around one but not the other, and how this affected the built environment, real estate interests, immigrants, consumers, and the developing illustrated newspaper industry. 1216 Fifth Avenue at 103rd Street. Click this announcement to RSVP (required.)

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* NYC Group ExcomNYC Group Excom

Time: 6:30 PM

The New York City Excom meets at 1115 Broadway, 11th fl. All Sierra Club members welcome

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* Investing in the PastInvesting in the Past

Time: 7:00 PM

Investing in the Past: New York and the Coal Industry: The forum will bring together a panel of experts for a conversation on the opportunities and challenges of a transition off of coal-fired power in New York. Upstate activists will be joining us to share their experiences fighting coal plants on the ground in their communities. This is your chance to hear from the experts and get involved on the ground. At: Patagonia Soho Store
72 Greene St. (between Spring and Broome). RSVP required--click this announcement.

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* Indian Point is a DangerIndian Point is a Danger

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Tim Judson, Andy Padian, Paul Blanch will be featured speakers together with Catherine Skopic and Ken Gale to discuss the dangers of the Indian Point Nuclear Power Plant on the Hudson River and the need to shut down Indian Point, along with the risk of the AIM pipeline, and to replace it with energy efficiency and renewable energy. Learn what action you can take. There will be time for Q&A. At the Goddard Riverside Community Center at 593 Columbus Avenue and West 88th Street.

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