June 14, 2018 7:00pm - June 14, 2018 9:00pm
Our Quaker Valley communities are just 10 miles downwind of the Royal Dutch Shell's proposed ethane cracker plant in Beaver County; the 300 acre plant will be one of the largest cracker plants in North America. Please join SHAPE (Support Humanity and Protect the Environment), Communities First Sewickley Valley & 10 Actions Sewickley for a program about how this will affect our lives and what we can do: at the Edgeworth Club entitled "The Gas Industry / Petrochemical Buildout in Our Region & Pathways to Our Sustainable Future."
- Matt Mehalik, Ph.D - Executive Director of the Collaborative for the Breathe Project
- Patricia DeMarco, PH.D - visiting researcher at Carnegie Mellon University and author of "Pathways to Our Sustainable Future - A Global Perspective from Pittsburgh."
The host groups are neighbors, friends, and people in the community who want to understand the gas industry activities in our area.
This event will be an opportunity for elected officials, community leaders, and citizens to hear about and discuss the likely impacts to the Quaker Valley region's economy, air, water, and health from the proposed Royal Dutch Shell Cracker Plant. *Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org. Doors will open at 6:30pm. Cash bar will be avaialble during social time prior to the event.
More info on the Facebook event here.