Sierra Club Energy Forum

Thursday, July 20, 7 to 9 pm
Sierra Club Energy Forum
Where: Mary Star of the Sea Senior Center
41 First Street between Hoyt and
RSVP at 212-791-3600 x 32
The event is free and open to the public


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Senate Commerce Committee Sets the Standard For Transpo Performance

The EPW Committee passed the highway portion of the transportation bill last month. The Banking Committee will tackle transit on Friday. And today, transportation reformers applauded as the Commerce Committee passed its bill dealing with the rail and safety component, including the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Deron Lovaas of NRDC said in his blog post about the […]

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