ECJ Green Drinks Paterson Area on Thurs Oct 29 & more sustainability events

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ABOUT GREEN DRINKS
Green Drinks are gatherings where community members informally discuss Environmental Justice, climate change and sustainable living issues in English, Spanish and sometimes other languages. Green Drinks is about Environmental Justice and Sustainability – not about green colored drinks, or drinking. Green Drinks is just our name!

Green Drinks gathers people together in friendly north Jersey spaces to chat over good food and coffee or mint tea about the green and sustainable issues relevant to our lives, health, communities and businesses. Plenty of expert knowledge is shared and we have a good time, too.

ej green drinks with words, smallECJ Green Drinks Paterson Area Oct 2015
Thurs 29 Oct 2015 | 7-9p
Sultan Restaurant
429 Crooks Avenue, Clifton NJ

Everyone is welcome 🙂 and there’s never a meeting charge … so please support our host venue by eating or drinking something while we chat (each person pays for what s/he orders).

We also meet monthly in Newark and Hackensack. Mayor información More information at ejgreendrinks.org or call Kimi at 201-477-8711

Other green/sustainable activities & events:

Food & Water Watch Climate and Energy Forum
Sat 31 Oct 2015 | 9a-3p
Trustees Pavilion at Ramapo College
505 Ramapo Valley Road
Mahwah, NJ 07430
RSVP: Tickets $13 or Scholarship (click the scholarship option).

Buses available from Cherry Hill and East Brunswick. Scholarships are also available, so reserve your seat now.

FWW Forum FlyerJoin Food & Water Watch and the Center for Sustainability at Ramapo College for a one-day Climate and Energy Forum to bridge the gap between local energy infrastructure fights and the larger movement to end fossil fuel dependence. It will be a full day of workshops, speakers, panels, trainings and skill sharing to:

  • Build skills to engage in all levels of grassroots organizing and critical climate and energy policy making
  • Connect with people around the state to share best practices and enhance skills and knowledge
  • Dig deeper into the inadequacies of our current policy options to combat climate change, and explore common-sense and just policy solutions to our current crisis.

More info…

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