Showing the movie: Gasland March 30, Manhattan College

March 15th, 2011 Posted in Calendared Items, Front Page News, Parks Committee

Join The Bronx Council for Environmental Quality for their
Spring Movie Night
WEDNESDAY, March 30th, at 7 p.m.
in the Scala Room, Leo Engineering Building, Manhattan College.
(Leo is at Corlear Avenue, between 238th and 240th St.)

Will the boom in hydrofracking natural gas drilling contaminate our water supply?

Natural gas is often considered the “lesser of evils” in energy resources because it burns cleaner and is in plentiful supply. But a new process in gas drilling to extract those plentiful supplies—a process called hydrofracking or “fracking” raises concerns about health and environmental risks.

“Gasland: the Movie” is the Oscar-nominated documentary by Josh Fox about the current boom in gas extraction, and the environmental dangers it poses. Come see this movie and learn about “fracking” and what you can do about it.

Sponsored by Campus Ministry & Social Action, Just Peace (MC), Northwest Bronx for Change, Bronx Council for Environmental Quality, Friends of Van Cortlandt Park, Church of the Visitation Social Action Committee. Riverdale Neighborhood House, Benjamin Franklin Reform Democratic Club, American Society of Civil Engineers (MC), MC programs in Environmental Studies and Peace Studies

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