4137Chicago Greens Press Release - Upcoming Public Programs and Meeting
- Aug 30, 2013
Chicago Greens -
MEETING: :the next monthly meeting will be on Sunday, September 8th, from 2-4:00 PM at 1325 S. Wabash, Room 105Press ReleaseAugust 14, 2013Information: Charles Paidock (312) 714-7790 cpaidock@...Chicago Greens Present 3 Upcoming Ecological ProgramsOpen to the Public - programs are bi-weekly - each 2 weeks apart
The Chicago Greens will be presenting three (3) upcoming programs, open to the public, to stimulate discussion and increase awareness of current ecological issues. Each program will be presented on a Saturday evening, starting at 8:00 PM, at the College of Complexes, a weekly free speech forum on social issues and current events. The programs will be at the Lincoln Restaurant, 4008 N. Lincoln Avenue, in Chicago (Irving Park and Damen). A donation of $3.00 is requested to help defray costs, with a request by the restaurant for a food/drink purchase. No advance registration is required. Free parking is available, and the location is one (1) block from the Irving Park Station on the CTA Brown Line.
The programs are:
August 31stDebate: Thorium Powered Molten Salt Reactors: A Solution to US Energy Needs, or Just Another Nuclear Boondoggle? The debate will be between Dennis Nelson, VP, of NEIS, the Nuclear Energy Information Service, vs. John Kutsch, Director, T.E.A., Thorium Energy AllianceSSeptember 14thObama’s New Energy Plan, Keystone Pipeline, Fracking, Etc.L.P. Anderson of the Northwest Information Service: “Obama is intending to introduce a series of executive actions, which do no need Congress’ approval to be made into law. These measures will reportedly include tighter regulation of coal-fired power plants, increased energy efficiency standards and the promotion of renewable energy on public lands.
September 28thMetropolitan Water Reclamation District, a Powerpoint PresentationMariyana Spyropoulos, Commissioner, will present a powerpoint presentation on the current operations of this important government operation. Of particular concern are efforts to privatize Chicago’s water supply.
Information on the College of Complexes is available at: www.collegeofcomplexes.org