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For the forests,
Earth Day NYC April 22, 2003
Help convince New York's leaders to put environmental issues at the
top of their agenda on Earth Day, April 22. Join other concerned
citizens and ensure that New York
· protects and expands neighborhood parks and waterfront opportunities
· protects its children from lead paint
· takes action on asthma-causing pollutants
· improves transportation
· makes efficient use of its recyclable waste
Tues. April 22nd: NYC Lobby Day . 8.30 am - 4:00 pm
To prepare you to make the greatest impact at Earth Day NYC, you
must attend one of two free Environmental Advocacy Workshops. These
workshops will teach you to effectively lobby elected officials.
Evening Workshop: Tuesday, April 8, the Urban Center, 457 Madison
Avenue, Paley Room-3rd floor, 6-8 p.m.
Morning Workshop: Wednesday, April 9, 4 Washington Square North,
Commons Room- Ground floor, 8-10 a.m.
RSVP: Please call 212-361-6350, x. 209, log on to www.nylcv.org or
email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more or register for one of the
workshops. Refreshments will be served.
Hosted by NYLCV, the NYLCV Education Fund and the Waterfront Park Coalition.
"The earth and myself are of one mind. The measure of the land and the
measure of our bodies are the same..."
-- Hinmaton Yalatkit, Nez Perce chief
R A I N F O R E S T R E L I E F
Sparing the World's Rainforests from Consumption
Rainforest Relief works to protect the world's remaining tropical
and temperate rainforests by reducing the demand for the products
and materials of rainforest destruction such as timber and paper,
industrial agricultural products such as bananas, beef, coffee,
chocolate and cut flowers, and mining products
such as oil, gold and aluminum.
Brooklyn, NY: phone/fax: (718) 398-3760
Portland, OR: (503) 236-3031
P.O. 150566 * Brooklyn, NY 11215 USA