Apr 21 2014
It’s Earth Week- Meet Other New Yorkers Who Care about the Environment!
Photo credit: Earth Day New York
April 21, 2014
It’s Earth Week- Meet Other New Yorkers Who Care about the Environment!

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There’s a lot of activity this Earth Week in NYC, and throughout NYS. This is what we’ve heard about so far. Please feel free to send us more events and we’ll happily post them to NY Environment Report.

Happy Earth Week!!


 

TUESDAY:

Listen / call-in to WNYC’s Brian Lehrer show focusing on our climate, FM 93.9/AM 820 from 10am to 12. [Details]

Earth Day Festival in Union Square, from 11-5. [Details]

Earth Day to May Day, sponsored by a coalition of Labor and Environmental groups. A Global Climate Convergence to resist “the global assault on our shared economy, ecology, peace, and democracy” kicks off at 5pm in Zucotti Park. Rally and march to follow. [Details]

Turning Vacant Acres into Community Resources: A Conversation Among Community Land Access Facilitators
This two-day event will engage advocates, policy makers and other stakeholders in best practices for community access to land, focusing on New York City (Tuesday) and then expanding the conversation to cities around the world (Wednesday). [Details]

NYU Gallatin Evening Panel Discussion: Green Urbanism Beyond Greenwashing: Four Strategies with Dilip Da Cunha, Sean Sweeney, Tom Angotti and Peggy M. Shepard. [Details]

WEDNESDAY:

Earth Day Festival at Grand Central [Details]

Turning Vacant Acres into Community Resources: A Conversation Among Community Land Access Facilitators  [Details]

THURSDAY:

Earth Day Festival at Grand Central    [Details]

SATURDAY:

New York City contingent heads to Washington, DC to protest the Keystone XL Pipeline. The Cowboy Indian Alliance leads off from the National Mall at 11am. [Details]

Green Festival at Manhattan’s Pier 94 [Details]

SUNDAY:

Morning panel discussion at the New York Society for Ethical Culture: “The Law of the Land- Our Conflicted Tussle Over Nature”. [Details]

Green Festival at Manhattan’s Pier 94 [Details]

Photo credit: Earth Day New York