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Town Meeting: How Can New York Survive Congestion and Climate Change?

10:54 PM EDT on April 12, 2007

A town meeting on creating a sustainable New York in the era of global warming.

Find out what's ahead for New York City and what it means for you. Featuring:

    • Scott Stringer, Manhattan Borough President"Green Politics, Green Buildings"
    • Rohit Aggarwala, head of the Mayor's brain trust on sustainabilityPlan for a Sustainable New York: Challenges, Goals, Strategies
    • Councilwoman Gale BrewerPolitical Realities in the City Council and Current Transportation Initiatives
    • Stephen Hammer, Ph.D., expert on urban energy and environmental policyBeyond NYC: How other cities are Meeting the Challenges of Sustainability
    • Q&A following the presentation -- raise your concerns and make suggestions

Prepared with assistance from the School of International and Public Affairs' Center for Energy, Marine Transportation and Public Policy, Columbia University.

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