Tuesday, October 25, 2011

NOVACAN, Reston Nov. 12, 2011


Dear friends of NOVACAN,
This is a critical year for Virginia's environment and those who want to protect it. Experts from the Union of Concerned Scientists, the Virginia Conservation Network and others will describe air, water and climate problems facing Virginia and what actions the General Assembly and Congress need to take. Join us and the Virginia Conservation Network to learn what we can do to impact state legislation.
Protecting Virginia – the Fight for Clean Air and Water

  • Hear experts address Virginia air and water quality issues
  • Learn about barriers and solutions
  • Develop strategies to influence state legislation in 2012

When: November 12, 1:00 p.m-4:30 p.m.
Where: National Wildlife Federation, 11100 Wildlife Center Drive in Reston, VA 20190
Register today at www.bit.ly/ProtectingVirginia
Check www.novacan.org for updates.
This event is sponsored by NOVACAN, the Northern Virginia Climate Action Network, a coalition of ten organizations representing over 25,000 people, and the Virginia Conservation Network.
NOVACAN partners are Greater Washington Interfaith Power & Light, Audubon Society of Northern Virginia, Sierra Club Great Falls and Mt. Vernon Groups, Chesapeake Climate Action Network, Prince William Conservation Alliance, Sustainable Loudoun, Arlingtonians for a Clean Environment, Friends of Potomac River Refuges, Audubon Naturalist Society, and Friends of Dyke Marsh.
Northern Virginia Climate Action Networkwww.novacan.org

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